In fast-moving cannabis investing, family offices hit obstacles

Cannabis, private equity, marijuana, family offices, law
G. Ryan Ansin, president of Family Office Association and co-founder of Revolutionary Farms, stands in the middle of a hemp field. Photo courtesy of Ansin.
Family offices have been eager and leading investors in the growing cannabis market, using their advantages over traditional PE to explore opportunities. But investors and family office executives say many FOs also face obstacles as they try to put their ...

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