The Weinstein Company has closed a deal to raise $75 million through UBS, boosting the company's coffers to fund new films.
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New lenders boost indie production as vets expand business.
Relativity Media has secured $300 million in revolving credit from Comerica Bank and Union Bank.
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Entertainment finance specialist Carolyn Hunt has joined the Century City offices of law firm Loeb & Loeb as a partner
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