Video: Receivership as a solution for struggling cannabis businesses

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    Receivership can be a good option for distressed cannabis companies, helping to mitigate some of the challenges impacting their business. But, it remains a little-understood process that many still have questions about.

    Jacques Santucci, president of Opus Consulting, recently sat down with CohnReznick’s Mohamed Ghattas to shed light on the receivership process and how it works, including:

    • How does receivership work specifically for cannabis licensees?
    • What challenges exist for cannabis receivership across states?
    • What does receivership success look like?
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