The upcoming Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Chicago on Sept. 27-28 will shed light on a transformative trend: distressed assets in the form of companies shifting from a vertical integration model to an asset-light approach.

A key panel will feature experts including Michael Hogan, partner at Armanino, Scott Moskol, partner at Burns & Levinson, and Janet Jackim, partner at Zuber Lawler, who will discuss how to capitalize on emerging opportunities amid regulatory challenges and limited access to capital.

From Vertical Integration To Asset-Light, Illiquidity And Distressed Assets

As the sector matures, distressed businesses are being scrutinized for fundamentals …

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