New York Times: Wave of European Cannabis Firms to List in 2020, Analyst Says

New York Times: Wave of European Cannabis Firms to List in 2020, Analyst Says

LONDON — Up to five companies active in the cannabis industry could go public in 2020 in Europe, a continent whose stock markets have largely missed out on the North-American “pot stocks” frenzy, a leading industry analyst said on Thursday. …/… “I think there will be 4 or 5 companies quoted in twelve months time”, Nikolaas Faes, an analysts for Bryan Garnier told Reuters on the sidelines of a cannabis industry conference. Bryan Garnier and its competitor Canaccord Genuity are among the few investment houses actively seeking to become key players in the fast-growing industry and win mandates to advise on merger and acquisitions or rights issues. There has been speculation that London-based medicinal cannabis company Emmac could go public. In 2019, Emmac took over GreenLeaf, a French hemp-based and cannabis healthcare company and Swiss cannabis-based health company Blossom. Read full story…https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2019/11/28/business/28reuters-cannabis-stocks-europe.html

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