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Abaca Banc is  offering banking services to the medical marijuana industry in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and other states. Members include Greg Ellis (seated), and from left to right, Dan Roda, Reed Lewallen and John Foley.
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Abaca Gets Seed Money for Marijuana Financial BusinessLock Icon

A startup that offers financial services to the cannabis industry has scored $800,000 from investors. read more >
Abaca Banc is  offering banking services to the medical marijuana industry in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and other states. Members include Greg Ellis (seated), and from left to right, Dan Roda, Reed Lewallen and John Foley.
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Abaca Prepares to Bank Marijuana Businesses, Customers

A Little Rock company that originally planned to offer medical marijuana consumers a cashless method for filling their prescriptions has broadened its scope to include financing for marijuana-related businesses. read more >
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MediPays Rebrands Online Platform for Marijuana Businesses

MediPays of Little Rock has rebrands its full-service online banking platform for marijuana-related businesses with a new name, Abaca. read more >
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No Word on Whether HomeBank Plans to Pass on Cannabis BankingLock Icon

It’s been almost exactly a year since Whispers first reported that HomeBank had hooked up with a third-party vendor of cannabis banking services, Safe Harbor Services LLC, a subsidiary of Partner Colorado Credit Union. read more >
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MediPays Service for Medical Marijuana Could Happen Sooner in OklahomaLock Icon

It’s starting to look like MediPays of Little Rock will serve the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma before Arkansas. read more >