• Stock
  • Financial
  • Shareholder Information
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Information


When did GTI go public?

GTI listed on the CSE as a result of a reverse takeover, or RTO, on June 13, 2018.

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What is an RTO?

A reverse takeover (RTO), or a reverse merger, is a type of merger whereby a private company merges with a reporting issuer to become publicly traded. It is a common avenue for accessing the Canadian capital markets.

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What is the ticker symbol for GTI and what exchange does it trade on?

Our stock trades on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the ticker symbol “GTII” (commonly found as “GTII.CN” when looking up the ticker symbol) and on the U.S. OTCQX Best Market under the ticker symbol "GTBIF."

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How can I buy GTI stock?

Our stock can be purchased by contacting a registered stock broker or through an online stock brokerage service for self-directed investors.

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Why is the stock listed in Canada and not in U.S.?

Despite medical cannabis laws in most U.S. states, cannabis remains illegal under U.S. federal law. Due to this prohibition, major U.S. stock exchanges will not list cannabis firms that operate in the U.S. However, the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) allows cannabis companies to list under its exchange and is currently home to several Canadian companies that have U.S. operations.

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Can non-Canadian residents invest in the company?

Yes, non-Canadian residents can invest in GTI on the Canadian Securities Exchange (stock ticker symbol "GTII"). Please consult your broker to determine whether they are able to execute the trade on your behalf on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

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Can I purchase stock directly from the Company?

No, but GTI stock can be purchased through brokerage firms, including online brokerage services for certain investors.

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Does GTI pay a dividend?

No. We do not expect to pay any dividends on our common stock in the foreseeable future.

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Is there currently any preferred stock outstanding?

No, there is no preferred stock outstanding.

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How can I obtain stock price information for GTI common stock?

You may access our current stock quote as well as stock price history for GTI common stock.

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What is GTI’s fiscal year?

Our fiscal year ends December 31st.

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Where can I find financial information on GTI?

GTI files annual, quarterly, and current reports, and other information with the Canadian Securities Administration (CSA).

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Where can I get a copy of materials filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)?

Our public securities filing are available on www.sedar.com

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Who is GTI’s independent auditor?

GTI’s independent registered public accounting firm is Macias, Gini & O’Connell, LLP (MGO).

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What is GTI’s credit rating?

GTI does not have a credit rating.

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Shareholder Information

How do I contact GTI’s transfer agent?

Our transfer agent is Odyssey Trust Company. If you are a registered shareholder, they can help with a variety of shareholder-related services including:

  • Change of address
  • Transfer of stock ownership
  • Lost or missing stock certificate(s) request
  • Account statement request


If you own shares through a brokerage firm, please contact the firm directly to change your account information.

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What is a transfer agent?

A transfer agent for a publicly traded company keeps records of stock held by registered shareholders, including shares held in certificate form. The transfer agent does not maintain records of shares bought and sold through brokerage accounts, which are maintained by the specific brokerages through which shares are bought and sold.

Please ensure your address and contact information is current with either the transfer agent or your brokerage firm.


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Corporate Governance

Who are GTI's Board of Directors?

Our Board of Directors are:

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What are GTI’s Board of Directors Sub-Committees?

GTI’s Compensation Committee is comprised of the Founder & Chairman Ben Kovler, CEO Pete Kadens, and an Independent Board Member Wendy Berger.

GTI’s Audit Committee is comprised of a majority of Independent board members: Independent Board Member Wendy Berger, Independent Board Member Glen Senk and Chief Financial Officer Anthony Georgiadis, all of whom are financially literate.

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Corporate Information

When did the GTI business start?

GTI started in Illinois in 2014. Now, as a publicly-traded company, GTI is incorporated in British Columbia, Canada.

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Can the public tour GTI manufacturing and/or retail facilities?

Because of the highly regulated nature of GTI’s business, our manufacturing and retail facilities are not open for public tours. However, members of the public aged 21+ can visit any of our RISE dispensary retail stores located in a market legal for adult use, such as:

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Does GTI provide franchise opportunities?

No, GTI is not accepting applications for franchises at this time.

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Do you have another question?

Please contact us at:
Investor Relations
Green Thumb Industries
Phone: 310-622-8257
Email: InvestorRelations@gtigrows.com

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