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PBC Conference team establishes Cannabis Banking Directory

Free online resource designated as ‘The Green Pages’ intended to serve cannabis industry through streamlined list of banking options

PBC Conference team establishes the Cannabis Banking Directory
Photo via PBC Conference

A new financial directory for cannabis-related businesses (CRBs) has now become freely available online.

On Monday, the PBC Conference team announced its publication of the Cannabis Banking Directory — a vetted list of 40 financial institutions serving the cannabis industry.

The organization says that the new e-document was published in response to the common question, “we need a bank, who will work with us?”

Photo via PBC Conference

Read more: CBD-infused beverage market predicted to exceed US$8.96B by 2029: DBMR

Read more: Jointly releases data showcasing cannabis health benefits

The PBC Conference made its debut in 2019 and had its second gathering in 2021, making this year’s event on September 7-8 the third annual appearance in Washington D.C. The conference is centred around cannabis payments, banking and compliance (PBC) and will be held at the Capital Hilton Hotel in 2022.

The core mission of the organization is “helping financial institutions, CRBs, government and partners find each other, connect and grow together”, according to Joshua Radbod, CEO of the PBC Conference.

Photo via PBC Conference – 2021 event

 

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