Greenbank Capital, Inc. (GBC)

logo-v2Greenbank Capital, Inc. is engaged in the business of corporate finance investment with primary focus on investing in publicly-listed small cap companies in the industries of oil and gas, natural resources and mining, and technology. With the company’s interest in the medical cannabis business, they have established Canada Marijuana Agricorp Inc., a new subsidiary that has entered into an agreement to lease 20-acre land near Tweed, Ontario intended for medical marijuana commercial production.

Canada Marijuana Agricorp Inc. aims to become a licensed producer of medical marijuana under the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations Health Canada (MMPR) program, and seeks to commence their growing operations for commercial marijuana as soon as they obtain their license. Canada Marijuana Agricorp has formulated plans for greenhouse and storage facility construction for year-round production of medical marijuana using hydroponic processes and solar energy for power.

The objective of Canada Marijuana Agricorp Inc. is to provide safe, high quality, regulated, affordable medical marijuana for patients who are seeking pain relief for medical conditions trough marijuana medication in Canada.  The Canadian government has predicted a $1.3 billion medical marijuana industry in ten years, and Canada Marijuana Agricorp Inc. intends to take part in this rapidly-growing marijuana business opportunity.

Greenbank Capital, Inc. is traded in the OTC market under the stock symbol GBC, and has experience and expertise in creating and listing companies on the Canadian National Stock Exchange. The CEO of this Canada-based company has participated in several mergers and acquisitions in Canadian Securities Exchange, particularly Zara Resources Inc., Hadley Mining Inc., CNRP Mining Inc., and Winston Resources Inc.

GreenBank Capital, Inc.

208 Queens Quay West, #2506
Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2Y5

Phone: (647) 931-9768
Email: (for company CEO)

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