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Softer - "intellectual property" - expertise on entertainment investing

Thursday, February 07, 2008
Generally, softer (intellectual property) based collateral. Also hard collateral in the form of tax credits and pre-sales of territory rights for geographic regions - both of which can be discounted.

A SQUARE :: 07Feb08 Softer - "intellectual property" - expertise on entertainment investing
Category Entertainment Investing
Faculty Simon Fawcett
Expertise Entertainment Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
The key aspect though, is deep and rich industry expertise in due diligence and deal execution. We believe it is very difficult to be a “purely financial manager” in the entertainment space - as it is a very complex and fragmented market with specific quirks and peculiarities, which can be very costly if one gets them wrong!
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