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CRB Monitor empowers financial institutions to understand, identify and manage cannabis-related risks and opportunities.
CRB Monitor (formerly MRB Monitor) is the most comprehensive and detailed platform covering cannabis industry participants.
27,000+ Tier 1A CRBs, 65,000+ Licenses, 1,000+ Tier 1B Investment CRBs, 40,000+ Beneficial Owners, 1,100+ Cannabis Securities
Standardized, classified, and organized into relevant risk-based tiers and categories
Not just a list. Exhaustive, de-duplicated and linked relational database with detailed entity profiles and search/filter
Understand, identify and manage risk and opportunities. A “single source of truth” on relevant CRBs and Beneficial Owners that enables institutions to effectively reveal connections, evaluate risk & opportunity, and make decisions.
Relationship & Transaction Filtering
Customer Due Diligence &
Enhanced Due Diligence
Research & Investigations
Competitive & Market Intelligence
Underwriting & Pricing
Whether fulfilling regulatory KYC/AML/BSA compliance regulations or analyzing the market landscape to identify and manage opportunities, our definitive database can help simplify your challenges and effort.
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Looking for a solution specific to your sector?
CRB Monitor is not just a “list” - it is a complex relational database of distilled intelligence, robust relationships and detailed profiles.
Centralized access 27,000+ Tier 1A CRBs, 65,000+ Licenses, 1,000+ Tier 1B Investment CRBs, 40,000+ Beneficial Owners, 1,100+ Cannabis Securities
Research profiles of CRBs and Beneficial Owners, including license details, contact info, relationships, notes and sources
Unravel relationships between entities to identify linkages, shared commonalities and beneficial owners.
Explore license details to filter and sort entities by attributes like Jurisdiction, Medical/Recreational, Type and Status
Review supporting documents for use in reporting, case support and relationship linking
We aggregate data from numerous on-line and off-line sources to piece together entity profiles and relationships, resulting in the most comprehensive, detailed relational database possible.
Access our on-line database for search, research and investigations -- no limits or extra charges per search.
Simply “plug & play” our datasets into your current filter systems and workflows -- no new headcount or software, no CIF sharing
Our data is also directly integrated into a number of common filter solutions -- just ask us which ones!
CRB Monitor is an established category leader providing solutions to all sizes and types of financial institutions. Unlike large “list” vendors, CRB Monitor is uniquely positioned as the only sector-specific corporate intelligence platform focused on the cannabis industry, which provides for uncommon data, thought leadership and insights.
Since founding CRB Monitor in 2014, Steven has been a thought leader, subject matter expert and data-hound focused on addressing significant challenges around “cannabis and banking.” He created and continues to refine many of the terms, taxonomy and frameworks relied upon by financial institutions and regulators as they seek to understand the cannabis industry and formulate relevant and effective policies, procedures and standards.
Steven Kemmerling, founder and CEO of CRB Monitor, will be speaking to banking compliance and risk officers about the risks and opportunities associated with the cannabis industry on Friday, March 13, 2020 in Pittsburgh, PA. The event will cover...Read more >
Steven Kemmerling spoke at the ACAMS Middle Tennessee Chapter event on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at the UBS Tower in downtown Nashville. He spoke to a room full of members about the differences between marijuana, hemp and CBD, and reviewed the...Read more >
Financial institutions are in a tricky spot within the growing cannabis industry, where conflicting regulation, information, and business advice are the norm. Under federal law, marijuana remains completely illegal, but individual U.S. states...Read more >