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Episode 35: Cannaconvo With Merida Capital Holdings’ Howard Glynn

Glynn talks with Jon about private equity fund Merida’s focus on the cannabis industry and even a recent investment in artisanal glassware.




Jon sits down for a Cannaconvo with Director of Investor Relations at Merida Capital Holdings, Howard Glynn. The convo covers Merida’s investment into Jerome Baker Designs, and then turns into a hearty discussion of a singular band whose influence keeps truckin’.

Howard Glynn joined Merida Capital Holdings 5 years ago after a 2 decade Wall Street career at such firms as SG Cowen and Pali Capital. Along with his extensive Wall Street knowledge, Howard has years of Business Development experience in the Live Event entertainment space having worked at Sony Signatures and the Araca Group. He is a former member of the NYC Board of Alzheimer’s Association and actively involved with the Preservation Hall Foundation and Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. Howard has a B.A. from Tulane University.

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