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Andy Defrancesco Quits Sol Global Top Job after Bad Press Weighs on Stock price: $SOL.cn $SOLCF

Andy Defrancesco has resigned from the cannabis company he helped build off large investments from Canadian mega million family the Serruyas. Sol Global Investments ($SOLCF) announced today Defrancesco is out as Chairman of the Board and Chief Investing Officer nearly a year after he took over the company.

The controversial cannabis investor has been grounded in the U.S. after his immigration lawyer advised that neither he nor his wife (ex-wife on paper) Catherine Defrancesco would likely not get back into the country if they left because on paper they are executives / owners of cannabis companies that own U.S. cannabis farms which are still not considered legal by federal law. Which is one of the reasons Defrancesco’s Canadian friends and business associates told this publication he is giving as a reason he is stepping down from Sol Global. But according to people who spoke with the Serruya family there has been pressure for a while now to leave because of the troublesome press Andy has received and the lawsuits against him. The hope is with Andy out Sol Global’s stock, which has been down over 30% in the last three months, will start to rebound and investors will believe its CEO, Brady Cobb, will run the company independent of Andy or the Serruya family influence.

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Andy Defrancesco Quits Sol Global Top Job after Bad Press Weighs on Stock price: $SOL.cn $SOLCF

 

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