September 17 Meeting
September 17 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
|1:00-1:30||Registration - Networking|
|1:30-2:45||An Insiders Guide to the Mass State Treasury|
|2:45-4:00||Banking and Cannabis: Risk, Risk Mitigation and Opportunities|
An Insiders Guide to the Mass State Treasury
presented by Jim MacDonald, First Deputy Treasurer
The Massachusetts Treasury department is comprised of multiple departments and agencies that handle financial concerns, asset management, and advocacy.
Jim MacDonald, First Deputy Treasurer of the Commonwealth, will provide an overview of the workings of the office of the State Treasury and how decisions are made to make things move as it relates to banking, cash flow, paying bills, and issuing debt.
Banking and Cannabis: Risk, Risk Mitigation and Opportunities
presented by Frank Segall and Scott Moskol, Burns & Levinson LLP
With Cannabis Industry being introduced in MA and other areas throughout the United States, one area that needs to further advance to support this industry is financial services. Come listen to a review of the industry and the inherent conflicts that exist between State and Federal Regulations in addition to their comments on “what is needed to service the Cannabis Industry from a Financial Services perspective”.
Frank A. Segall and Scott Moskol, co-chair Burns’ Cannabis Business Advisory Group. In April 2017, Burns & Levinson announced the expansion of its newly named Cannabis Business Advisory Group, which helps clients navigate the complex legal and business framework that surrounds the rapidly growing marijuana industry in the United States. Burns was the first major Boston corporate law firm to develop a cannabis business practice three years ago – initially started as a medical marijuana practice – and is considered among the top law firms in the country with expertise handling high-level corporate and financing deals in the cannabis market.
Members: No Charge
|Approved for up to 1.8 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
|Approved for up to 1.8 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
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