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A music/media investment fund

Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Staff has collectively over 250 years of music industry experience. Over 26,000 copyrights, with genres including rock, country, pop and alternative.

A SQUARE :: 26Nov08 A music/media investment fund
Category Music
Author Sona Blessing
  • Model the resultant cash flows and determine a purchase price range that equates to a target IRR and cash yield
  • Assess the strategic value of a transaction, particularly if it involves consolidating a publisher’s share, master recording or further diversifies the portfolio
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