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Webinar: Film Financing Investment Opportunities

Thursday, May 15, 2008
Equity and debt financing opportunities in film entertainment.

A SQUARE :: 15May08 Webinar: Film Financing Investment Opportunities
Category Film Financing
Author Sona Blessing
Key Trends in Motion Picture Finance. The difference between debt and equity investment opportunities in the space - the benefits / risks of each. Film financing - fee structures
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