First Day of Dealings for UK Cannabis Investment Company – Yahoo Finance


The Company’s investment strategy will focus on markets that are internationally recognised as having well-developed and reputable laws and regulations relating to the research and production of medicinal cannabis, hemp and CBD, as well as therapeutic Cannabis derivatives including but not limited to nutraceuticals, dietary supplements and cosmetic products. The Directors believe that there are numerous investment opportunities within the CBD wellness industry, the hemp industry and the medicinal cannabis industry.

·        On Admission the Company will have raised £2.4 million and will have 110,398,091 Ordinary Shares in issue.

·        The Company will undertake due diligence on investment opportunities encompassing the breadth of the medicinal cannabis, hemp and CBD Sectors.

·        The Board will continue to monitor the global deregulation of medicinal cannabis with a particular focus on Europe to ensure the Company is best placed to take advantage once deregulation occurs.

·        The Directors have over 30 years’ experience on TSX, CSE and OTC public markets and intend to replicate proven models from their success with North American cannabis companies.

·        Funds initially available to the Company will be used to meet general working capital requirements, undertake due diligence on potential target acquisitions and to make investments in accordance with the investment guidelines described above.

·        The Global CBD market is set to increase from $270 million in 2018 to $3.86 billion by 2025, with the global medical cannabis market forecast to reach $148.35 billion by 2026.

World High Life was established by the Founders of Supreme Cannabis and 1933 Industries. Both companies are at the forefront of the legalised cannabis landscape in North America.

David is the founder and senior partner of Stadnyk & Partners, a venture capital investment firm focused on small cap companies in the resources, biotech and pharmaceuticals sectors, headquartered in Vancouver. He has over 30 years’ experience of founding and developing both public and private companies. 

David has been at the forefront of the cannabis sector in Canada since 2012 and was a key contributor to the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations which were in place between 2013 and 2016. He has been involved with a number of companies in the space including The Supreme Cannabis Company, 1933 Industries, FSD Pharma and Weekend Unlimited.

David previously owned the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer club and is a co-founder of the TSN 1040 Sports Radio Station in Vancouver. He serves as Chair of the Stadnyk Foundation, a not-for-profit society established to recognize and promote sport philanthropy among athletes, coaches and executives.

Robert is a Chartered Professional Accountant with 12 years’ experience in finance, reporting, regulatory requirements, public company administration, equity markets, and financing of publicly traded companies. He commenced his career in private practise and since 2014 he has served as a consultant for a number of TSX Venture Exchange and Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) listed companies.

Robert has extensive experience in the cannabis, manufacturing, natural resource, and retail industries. He received a BBA from Simon Fraser University and is a member in good standing of the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia.

Kevin has over 30 years’ experience in the investment banking industry having started his career in wealth management with Merrill Lynch and then UBS before spending nine years at the New York Stock Exchange with responsibility for over 150 listings of North American and Asia-Pacific companies. Kevin is currently a partner in a Toronto based private equity group that specialises in strategic advisory and investments into private technology and healthcare companies.

Kevin holds both an Economics degree and an MBA from Rutgers University as well as NASD securities licences.

Charlie has over 10 years of experience working as a Canadian corporate and securities lawyer at a large international law firm in New York. With extensive cross-border corporate and securities law experience, Charlie has worked on numerous corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings of securities for investment funds, private equity funds and other alternative investment vehicles in the Canadian markets. He also has significant experience advising broker dealers, advisers and investment fund managers on Canadian compliance issues.

Charlie graduated from the University of Victoria, British Columbia and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, The Canadian Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He has resided in New York since 2009.

David Stadnyk

Founder & CEO

World High Life

+44 (0) 7926 397 675

Mark Anwyl/ Allie Feuerlein

Peterhouse Capital Limited

+44 (0) 20 7469 0930                              

Camilla Horsfall/ Julia Tilley


+44 (0) 20 7138 3224

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