LAS VEGAS, Sept. 19, 2018 /CNW/ - Australis Capital Inc. (CSE: AUSA) ("Australis"), an emerging investment company primarily focused on the U.S. cannabis industry, announced today the commencement of trading on the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) under the ticker "AUSA". This is immediately following the completion of the distribution of common shares and warrants of Australis by Aurora Cannabis (TSX: ACB) to its shareholders.
"The Australis team is excited to begin trading today and grateful to our friends at Aurora Cannabis as the genesis to what will be a compelling and complementary US mandate," stated Scott Dowty, Chief Executive Officer of Australis. "We are laser focused on creating shareholder value through disciplined execution, operational expertise and a go-to-market strategy fueled by defined growth vectors."
Australis Capital identifies and invests in the cannabis industry predominately in the United States, a highly regulated, fragmented, fast growing and evolving industry. Investments may include and are not limited to equity, debt or other securities of both public and private companies, financings in exchange for royalties or other distribution streams, and control stake acquisitions. Australis Capital adheres to stringent investment criteria and will focus on significant near and mid-term high-quality opportunities with strong return potentials while maintaining a steadfast commitment to governance and community. Australis Capital's Board, Management and Advisory Committee members have material experience with, and knowledge of, the cannabis space in the U.S., extensive backgrounds in highly regulated industries, adherence to stringent regulatory compliance, public company and operational expertise. For more information, please visit us at www.ausacap.com.
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