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Lunch & Learn: Financing WebSeries - Presented by National Bank of Canada

  • 23 Mar 2022
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual on Zoom

This session will cover:

- What is interim and bridge financing? How does it work?

- Why is the banking relationship important as a producer?

- What does the bank look for to approve loans?



Michael Steinberg

Michael has worked with both private and public companies in the film and television sector across genres, partnering with production, co-production, distribution and broadcast partners around the globe. Holding degrees in law and business, he has helped manage the development, financing, production and sale of hundreds of hours of award-winning programming. He brings an “in-house” approach to each and every one of his clients. During his downtime, Michael is passionate about cycling, cooking and is a neophyte beekeeper.

Jason Meloche

Jason was a professional entertainer, having performed all over the world before deciding to become an Entertainment Lawyer. Since 2012 he has worked for several production companies as legal counsel, including many years at White Pine Pictures. In December 2018, Jason Meloche joined the Creative Industries division to help clients obtain the financing they require to bring their creative projects to life.

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