Bryan LaCour, senior VP, manager, entertainment finance, Union Bank

Dealmakers Impact Report 2012: Financiers

LaCour has served as underwriter, lead arranger and administrative agent for a $125 million senior revolving facility for the Weinstein Co.; lead arranger and bookrunner for a $300 million senior revolving facility for Elliott & Associates’ Beverly 2 investment vehicle; lead arranger, bookrunner and administrative agent for “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” production loan facility for Lionsgate Entertainment; and lead arranger and bookrunner for the Red 2 production loan facility for Lionsgate Entertainment. His sole lender revolving transactions include a $25 million senior revolving facility for Exclusive Media. Sole lender production loan transactions include a production loan for Weinstein’s upcoming “August: Osage County” and production loans for the Gaumont Intl. Television-produced series “Hannibal” and “Hemlock Grove.” “It’s exciting to be in a business full of interesting, creative minds and big personalities,” LaCour says. “And it’s also pretty unique to be able to root for our clients at a premiere and at the box office.”

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