Redfund Capital Corp. (CSE: LOAN) (OTC: PNNRF) (Frankfurt: O3X4) Bridges Financial Gaps, Helps Company Valuations Grow

Redfund is building an international footprint with established national leaders and pursuing opportunities in emerging markets The company is funding new drug delivery systems and helping nutraceuticals gain mainstream adoption Redfund is the first medical cannabis incubator and accelerator financing CBD and hemp companies through debt facilities The company recently announced an agreement to fund CANNAKI BEVERAGE COMPANY Inc., a nano CBD flavored water company

Established as a global merchant bank, Redfund Capital Corp. (CSE: LOAN) (OTC: PNNRF) (Frankfurt: O3X4) aims to provide debt and equity funding to companies in the mid and later stages of development. This business strategy is a core component of Redfund as it seeks to establish the foundations of a loan portfolio that generates revenue with monthly interest income and that also grows value for shareholders (http://nnw.fm/Rh2OJ).

Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Redfund reviews companies with revenues upward of $2 million or with a…

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