Fireside Chat: Updates From the State Treasurer's Office by Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA)

Hear from State Treasurer Zach Conine about the current state of Nevada's economy.

Nevada Dispensary Association presents the second installment of our Fireside Chat series with, Updates From the State Treasurer's Office.  In this event, State Treasurer Zach Conine provides information regarding the current state of Nevada's economy alongside insight to local what local businesses are facing during these challenging times.

Topics include:
  • General state finances
  • Commercial/residential rent assistance programs
  • Cannabis banking
  • Ways to keep a small business afloat

State Treasurer Zach Conine graduated from Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.  Afterwards, the Treasurer moved to Nevada in search of opportunity and earned a law degree from UNLV’s Boyd School of Law.  He launched his career with a major Downtown casino and quickly rose through the ranks -- ultimately becoming the Director of Operations, where he was responsible for more than 2,000 employees.  After helping the gaming property transition to new ownership, the Treasurer worked as an analyst for a Las Vegas-based investment company, identifying and researching companies and markets.  The Treasurer has also been working with Attorney General Aron Ford along with other various state entities on commercial and residential rent relief.

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Fireside Chat: Updates From the State Treasurer's Office

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