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Several estimates place the growing cannabis market at over £30 bn.
Comments on the impacts to the cannabis industry in the wake of COVID-19 and related economic stimuli and amid inflation, interest rate increases, legislative reforms, and labor and supply-chain disruptions.
Join Ryan Cram and Ron Seigneur for a lively discussion of the current and emerging landscape for business valuation analysts and other professional advisors to the cannabis sector with a focus on the risks and rewards of being involved in the cannabis industry drawing on over 20 combined years of industry experience working marijuana and hemp/CBD clients throughout the country, both large and small. Explore the unique nuances associated with business and intellectual property appraisal ...
A good example of the varying effects of COVID-19 on different industries can be found in the cannabis sector. Of course, the pandemic has had devasting effects overall, but something interesting happened in this sector that allowed it to weather the storm fairly well, according to valuation experts close to the industry.
Noam Hirschberger talks about the rapid growth and heavy regulations that have triggered a need for financial and advisory services, including valuation and tax planning, that will be critical to the ongoing success of firms in the cannabis industry.
The session will explore recent trends in valuing businesses and intellectual property in the cannabis industry. Appraisers often apply market-based metrics to historical data when performing traditional valuations. In the cannabis industry, history is not often indicative of the future and reliance on historical data may lead to inaccurate valuations. The value of businesses in established markets such as Colorado, Oregon, and Washington is different than the value of businesses in newly legal states or ...
For many people, establishing the value of an internet domain name appears to be a well-defined black-and-white process that considers a variety of economic variables and formulae to obtain a satisfactory conclusion. But, ultimately, determining that amount is much more an art than a science. Domain names are one of the few items whose value is truly specific, based primarily on the price a buyer is willing to pay and the seller to accept.
Talk about a growing industry. As legalization spreads across the country, more valuation professionals are focusing on emerging and evolving issues in cannabis and hemp. If you are a practitioner or an advisor who is involved in the appraisal and analysis of business interests in both the legal, regulated cannabis sector and in agricultural hemp and cannabinoids, then don’t pass on this webinar. Recent developments in state and federal legislation will be covered as will ...
As a high growth industry, cannabis business valuations are in demand. But, in this highly regulated industry, many “must know” considerations impact engagements. Join experts Brenda Clarke, Stacey Udell, and Ron Seigneur for a discussion of the trends and opportunities facing the cannabis industry. Learn about the sales and tax issues that must be considered, and get an update on M&A and investment activity that are powering values. This experienced panel answers your cannabis questions ...
As a high growth industry, cannabis and hemp business valuations and damages assessments are in demand. But, in this highly regulated industry, many “must know” considerations impact these engagements. Join experts Ron Seigneur and Ryan Cram for a discussion of the trends and opportunities facing these dynamic industry segments. Learn about the continuing regulatory and tax issues that must be considered and get an update on M&A and investment activity that are powering values. Ron ...
Neal Beaton reviews an “indispensable resource” for investors, owners, managers, attorneys, accountants, and valuation analysts alike working with or alongside professionals within the evolving cannabis industry.
A coalition of influential marijuana companies and stakeholders are planning to sue the federal government over alleged unconstitutional policies that affect their operations, according to a report in Marijuana Moment.
Appraisals of legal marijuana firms continue to be challenging and risk is a major factor, say Ron Seigneur and Ryan Cram, who are both with Seigneur Gustafson LLP, a firm based in Colorado, one of the first states to legalize adult recreational marijuana.
Editor’s note: Valuing a cannabis-related business is not much different from valuing any other business except for one important fact: This business is based on a product that is illegal to grow or sell under current federal law. How this challenge is de ...
Economy, Cannabis, Physician Pay, SPACs, and Expert Testimony Among the Hot Topics at the NJCPA BV Conference
Key takeaways from the 2021 New Jersey CPA Society’s Business Valuation and Litigation Services Conference are included.
Business appraisers who are valuing firms in the cannabis industry have a new resource for market research: The State of Legal Marijuana Markets, which is published by ArcView.
From the CBV Institute ...
The American Institute of CPAs details the risks and opportunities for CPAs working in the cannabis industry in the latest “FVS Eye on Fraud” report.
For business appraisers who are valuing firms in the cannabis industry, The State of Legal Marijuana Markets, 7th edition, is now available.