Canadian marijuana cultivator Tilray stated it’s hiring former Goldman Sachs Managing Director Andrew Pucher as chief company improvement officer.
Pucher – the newest Wall Street government to enter the marijuana business – most just lately coated hashish shares for Goldman as a part of his position as managing director and head of Canadian Diversified Investment Banking.
At Tilray, he’ll head up the British Columbia-based firm’s mergers and acquisitions in addition to company investments.
Tilray’s current strategic strikes embrace:
The firm has been hiring executives from numerous company backgrounds to go up its administration staff.
Pucher joins former Nestle government Greg Christopher (government vice chairman of operations) and Starbucks veteran Charlie Cain (vice chairman of retail).
Tilray, which trades on the Nasdaq underneath the ticker image TLRY, reviews its quarterly and full-year outcomes March 18.
More particulars of Pucher’s appointment are obtainable right here.