FinCanna Capital looks set to benefit from their cannabis royalty portfolio after a win-win deal with QVI Inc.
The latest good news announced this month is that FinCanna Capital Corp. (CSE: CALI | OTCQB: FNNZF) (“FinCanna”) has restructured its royalty agreement with QVI Inc. The new deal sees FinCanna commit a further US$1.5 million in financial support and in return receive a boosted royalty of a flat 20% (it was a tiered 15% to 6%) of QVI’s revenues, an increased annual supplemental payment of a minimum of 70% of QVI’s after-tax income, and finally 70% of sales proceeds if QVI is sold.
The royalty business can be extremely profitable. Just look at Franco-Nevada the gold royalty company with a market cap of US$25.85 billion. The trick is for the royalty company to invest early and to select growing companies that end up producing lots of revenue. The same principles can be applied to the cannabis industry, especially given it is in the very early stages of growth as legalization spreads globally.
FinCanna is a royalty company for the licensed US cannabis industry, with a focus on the emerging California cannabis market. The Company earns its revenue from royalties paid by its investee companies that are calculated based on a percentage of their total revenues.
FinCanna Capital highlights for investors
Source: FinCanna company presentation
FinCanna currently has a portfolio of three active and operating royalty businesses in their portfolio advancing in California – QVI Inc., Cultivation Technologies Inc., and ezGreen Compliance. The good news is that the Californian cannabis market is growing rapidly and royalty revenues for FinCanna are just beginning now.
FinCanna’s three royalty companies all show great potential for near term revenues.
- QVI Inc. has recently acquired its Californian licenses and begun production on a wide range of cannabis infused products such as chocolates, hard candies, gummies, beverages, vapes, pre-rolls and flower packaging. They also produce other edibles, topicals, and tinctures.
- Cultivation Technologies Inc. (CTI) has a new cannabis extraction and manufacturing facility at New Palm Desert which has also recently commenced production. CTI provides high quality legal Butane Hash Oil (BHO) concentrates for white label manufacturing, toll processing and packaging to hand-selected brands and cultivators in California.
- ezGreen Compliance has completed an installation of its Point-of-Sale (POS) software with a leading Los Angeles based cannabis dispensary. This is the flagship store of a multi site operator so there is potential for this deal to grow across to a broad network of recreational and medical dispensaries in California. The total addressable market for ezGreen in the U.S. is 13,800+ licensed dispensaries and retailers.
FinCanna royalty company QVI Inc. owns the Galley which is an automated contract manufacturing facility of cannabis infused products in Sonoma, California
Annie Holman CEO and Founder of QVI stated: “We are thrilled to be up and running. Although it has taken longer than anticipated, those hurdles are now behind us. The word is clearly out in the industry about our state-of-the-art facility and our outstanding production team. Our sales funnel is building rapidly from a growing influx of inquiries from interested brands as we continue to move quickly to onboard new customers. We also couldn’t be happier with the ongoing support and commitment from the FinCanna team who continue to be excellent partners.”
FinCanna continues to go from strength to strength. They are set to benefit from a trifecta of tail winds including California’s rapid legal cannabis industry growth, near term revenue growth from their royalty portfolio, and in the case of QVI an even higher royalty for FinCanna.
It is little wonder FinCanna CEO Andriyko Herchak recently said: “We are very pleased QVI is fully operational, and we continue to see sizeable escalating demand for QVI’s manufacturing services….The additional funds we’re providing will enable QVI to meet its goal of becoming the premier contract manufacturer in California, the largest single market in North America, and the revised royalty agreement creates a strong win-win for QVI and FinCanna.”
I think FinCanna Capital can be a win-win for shareholders if they get in early. FinCanna Capital’s market cap is currently only C$7 million, so investors should not wait too long.
Matthew Bohlsen is a Senior Editor for InvestorIntel.com. With a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment, and a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning. He ... <Read more about Matthew Bohlsen>