Aurora Cannabis to Commence Trading on the NYSE

Published: October 18, 2018

Aurora Cannabis to Commence Trading on the NYSE

Aurora Cannabis Inc., announced that its common shares have been approved for listing on the New York Stock Exchange, and will commence trading effective the open of markets, October 23, 2018. The Company’s shares will trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol “ACB”, the same symbol the Company’s common shares currently, and will continue to, trade under on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Existing shares of Aurora, which previously traded on the OTCQX under the ticker symbol “ACBFF”, will now trade on the NYSE.

“Our NYSE listing represents another important milestone that reflects our commitment to all stakeholders as we continue advancing domestic and international growth initiatives, which includes expanding our base of global institutional and retail investors,” said Terry Booth, CEO of Aurora. “Aurora has rapidly developed into a globally mature organization with industry leading and technologically advanced production facilities available to produce at unprecedented scale to meet the growing demand for high-quality cannabis both in Canada and abroad. We are also uniquely committed to leveraging our deep knowledge base to further scientific research into medical applications of cannabis, and developing novel, higher-margin product offerings that strongly differentiate Aurora from our competition.

Mr. Booth added, “I sincerely appreciate and wish to thank our entire global team for their remarkable execution, dedication, passion and hard work that went into making this significant achievement a reality for Aurora.”

Upon commencement of trading on the NYSE, Aurora intends to voluntarily delist its shares from the OTCQX. While shareholders are not required to take any action, the Company recommends that holders who bought shares on the OTCQX monitor their institution/brokerage account to ensure their holdings are correctly reflected under the new ticker symbol.

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