Curaleaf Extends Shareholder Lock Up Schedule


Following a reverse takeover final year, significant shareholders holding far more than 1% of the general Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA OTCQX: CURLF) stock have been below a lock up agreement. 

The corporation recently asked shareholders to extend that lock up, with the amended schedule officially authorized now. 

Below the newly authorized terms, 15% of the locked shares will be released now. The remainder of these shares will then develop into readily available to sell on a staggered quarterly schedule, with 100% of the lock up ending at the final day of March of 2021.

Discussing the authorized new program, Curaleaf Executive Chairman Boris Jordan issued this statement: 

We anticipate the new lock up schedule to lower uncertainty with regards to the release of at the moment locked shares and supply for a far more orderly enhance in the readily available float in corporation shares. Nonetheless, the core shareholders have expressed their intention not to sell any shares regardless of the partial release from lock up. I myself not too long ago improved my shareholding.

Jordan snapped up 100,000 shares earlier this month at an typical value of $eight.21, which is far more than $two larger than the existing trading value. 

Enhancing shareholder self-assurance has develop into a significant concentrate for cannabis businesses in the second half of 2019 soon after a significant downward spiral of stock rates following lackluster Q2 earnings reports across the board. 

Curaleaf is trading at $six.01 this morning, soon after peaking in the $11 variety back in the spring ahead of the complete cannabis sector saw a significant stock value decline that is nevertheless ongoing.  

When the sector prepares for a new wave of legalization ballot initiatives and state-level bills to increase access in several states, businesses like Curaleaf are at the moment expanding their item alternatives in states that have currently legalized cannabis. 

Curaleaf is now the very first licensed producer to legally sell dried flower items in the state of New York, reaching a deal with the Department of Wellness to offer vapable flower pods to prospects. All other dried flower items remained banned below the state’s existing health-related marijuana plan. 

In other news, Curaleaf additionally released a new line of mint-flavored cannabis tablets for Florida’s health-related patient buyer base. These slow release tablets dissolve on the tongue and supply one more choice for sufferers who do not want to smoke or vape cannabis 


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