ECGI Expands Management Team with Seasoned Chief Financial Officer

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via InvestorWire -- ECGI Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: ECGI) (“ECGI” or the "Company"), which plans to operate as Elite Cannabis Group, today announces an important enhancement to its management team via the retention of Danny Wong as chief financial officer. Mr. Wong is a veteran of the financial services and consulting industries with substantial experience interfacing with C-suite executives at Fortune 500 companies. 

Mr. Wong will be responsible for all aspects of the Company’s financial management as it continues its transition into the North American cannabis marketplace.

William Chung, chief executive officer of ECGI, commented, “Our plans call for strong growth, and to execute upon our plans it is important to continue growing our executive ranks. Danny has the exact type of experience we require to take our operation to the next level. We welcome him to the ECGI team.”

Mr. Wong is a proven finance, audit and risk management leader with specific experience in M&A transactions, financial management, IT risk management, and audit preparation and execution. He plans to utilize his additional experience in designing internal control environments to build the Company’s infrastructure in preparation for the revenue growth planned by the board of directors.  He is joining the Company immediately.

About ECGI Holdings, Inc.

ECGI Holdings, Inc., which plans to operate as Elite Cannabis Group, is reorganizing as an acquisition-oriented corporation with California-based targets of under capitalized and distressed licensed cannabis assets, properties zoned for cannabis cultivation and processing, and cannabis companies operating in market sectors with national expansion possibilities. Additional information on the Company can be gained by contacting

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