FinCanna Receives US$3.9 million Repayment from Cultivation Technologies Inc.
Company is Well Capitalized with C$8.5 million Treasury
Vancouver, British Columbia March 6, 2019 - FinCanna Capital Corp. (“FinCanna”) (CSE: CALI) (OTCQB: FNNZF) a royalty company for the U.S. licensed medical cannabis industry announces that it has received US$3.9 million as partial repayment of an outstanding secured loan from Cultivation Technologies Inc. (“CTI”). These funds were generated from the sale of CTI’s Coachella property as initially announced on October 9, 2018.
FinCanna will continue to earn 50% of the profits of CTI’s Interim Extraction and Manufacturing Facility that is expected to remain in operation on the site until June 2019 as agreed to with the new owner of the Coachella property.
Andriyko Herchak, President and CEO of FinCanna Capital states, “We are very pleased to receive this non-dilutive cash injection, and our $8.5 million treasury puts FinCanna in an excellent position to complete further investments to give our shareholders access and leverage to the burgeoning licensed cannabis market in the United States.”
FinCanna is a royalty company that provides growth capital to rapidly emerging private companies operating in the licensed U.S cannabis industry. The Company earns its revenue from royalties paid by its investee companies that are calculated based on a percentage their total revenues.
FinCanna’s scalable royalty model provides an attractive alternative or complement to debt or equity financing for its investee companies. FinCanna is focused on delivering high-impact returns to its shareholders by way of a strategically diversified investment portfolio.
FinCanna Capital Corp.
Andriyko Herchak, CEO & Director
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