Investor Presentation

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Overview of BDCs

  • -Created by the Small Business Investment Incentive Act of 1980 (the “1980 Amendments”) as a result of a perceived crisis in the 1970s capital markets
  • – Private equity and venture capital firms believed the “small private investment company” exemption (Section 3(c)(1) of 1940 Act) limited their capacity to provide financing to small, growing businesses
  • – Provided Regulated Investment Company (RIC) status in 1990
  • – Special type of closed-end investment fund that:
    1. Provides small, growing companies access to capital
    2. Enables private equity funds to access the public capital markets
    3. Enables retail investors to participate in the upside of pre-IPO investing with complete liquidity
  • – Hybrid between an operating company and an investment company

Benefits of BDCs as an Investment Vehicle

  • – Access to public capital markets
  • – Shares are traded on national exchanges
  • – Flow-through tax treatment as Regulated Investment Company (RIC)
  • –  Reduced burden under 1940 Act, as compared to closed-end funds
    -Restrictions on leverage
    -Restrictions on affiliated transactions
  • – External model permits management fee and “carried interest” incentive fee structure which enhances profitability
  • – Publicly available financial information though quarterly reporting
  • – Portfolio is typically diversified
    -Reduces risk usually associated with private equity investments

GreenLine BDC “Buy Private, Sell Public — And Capture The Difference.”

  • – A Clear Vision for the Exploding Cannabis Market
    -Build a portfolio of carefully selected, high growth companies
  • Capture the Difference with a Private to Public Valuation Arbitrage
    -Invest at private company valuation
    -Guide portfolio company thru successful IPO process
    -Facilitate access to institutional capital that optimizes market value
    -Exit portfolio position at higher public company valuation
  • – Create Generational Wealth with Emerging Cannabis/CBD Companies
    -Multiple funding options solve a major problem for clients
    -Focused on market sector with estimated CAGR of 25.74%
    -Create current income with 90% distribution of pre-tax profits
    -Maximize capital appreciation for GreenLine BDC shareholders

Overview of BDCs

  • – Created by the Small Business Investment Incentive Act of 1980 (the “1980 Amendments”) as a result of a perceived crisis in the 1970s capital markets
  • – Private equity and venture capital firms believed the “small private investment company” exemption (Section 3(c)(1) of 1940 Act) limited their capacity to provide financing to small, growing businesses
  • – Provided Regulated Investment Company (RIC) status in 1990
  • – Special type of closed-end investment fund that:
    1. Provides small, growing companies access to capital
    2. Enables private equity funds to access the public capital markets
    3. Enables retail investors to participate in the upside of pre-IPO investing with complete liquidity
  • – Hybrid between an operating company and an investment company

Five Reasons to Invest in GreenLine BDC Today

  • – Pre-IPO BDC focused on the hyper growth U.S. legal cannabis industry
  • – Seasoned management team, advisors and board of directors have extensive capital markets/public company experience and domain expertise
  • – GreenLine BDC, Inc. intends to complete an IPO in FY 2018 and early investors could share in its private to public company valuation arbitrage
  • – Current income opportunity through dividend distributions because 90% of taxable income must be distributed to shareholders
  • – Defined liquidity path with successful FY 2018 IPO – no long-term lock-up of minority investors in a private company; stock would be freely tradable
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