31 Oct Quebec’s Hydropothecary inks agreement to raise CA$60M
Posted at 13:41h in Briefs, Canada Marijuana News, Hydropothecary, Marijuana Stocks & Public Companies, MMJ Business Daily, Quebec 0 CommentsHydropothecary Corp. reached a deal to raise at least 60 million Canadian dollars ($50 million) that it plans to put toward working capital and general corporate purposes. Under the so-called bought deal transaction, a group of underwriters has agreed to purchase 60,000 units of Hydropothecary convertible debentures. The convertible debentures can be converted into stock. Hydropothecary — a medical marijuana producer based in Gatineau, Quebec, and traded as APH on the TSX Venture Exchange — said in a news release that the underwriters have an option to increase the financing to as much as CA$69 million. The CA$60 ... Quebec’s Hydropothecary inks agreement to raise CA$60M is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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