SPACs were one of the big financial stories of 2020, given that they raised billions of dollars in the second half of the year. Given the amount of money flowing into SPACs, it’s not surprising that the cannabis industry turned to this new trend for financing.
SPAC Week, Part II: Why SPACs Make Sense (Podcast)
SPAC Week returns with Joe Crouthers, Co-Founder and CEO of Ceres Group Holdings, who discusses why they’re focused on the plant-touching side of the sector.
Subversive Capital Acquisition Corp. Closes The Largest Cannabis SPAC In History
The Parent Company, Formerly Subversive Capital Acquisition Corp., has Completed its Qualifying Transaction and is Now the Largest Vertically Integrated Cannabis Operation in California
SPACs are so hot even Jay-Z is partnering with one. He’s set to be the ‘chief visionary officer’ for California’s largest cannabis firm.
Billionaire Jay-Z is joining the company set to be California’s largest cannabis brand as a “chief visionary officer” as part of a SPAC deal announced on November 24. The deal will see a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, called Subversive Capital Acquisition Corp., acquiring cannabis brands Caliva and Left Coast Ventures to form The Parent Company, with deal close targeted for January 2021.