Report: Canadian exchange ‘open’ to medical MJ firms with US ties

One of Canada’s stock exchanges has sought to ease concerns it could become harder for investors to trade the shares of Canadian marijuana companies with U.S. assets, saying such businesses can list their stocks provided they meet disclosure rules and other listing standards. The Canadian Securities Exchange is “open for business” for MMJ companies with cannabis assets in the United States, The Globe and Mail reported. The CSE has become a “hotbed” for marijuana companies looking to go public. Forty-six of the CSE’s 301 listings are marijuana-related companies, and 10 of those have business interests in the United ... Report: Canadian exchange ‘open’ to medical MJ firms with US ties is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs