The previous post of this segment explained possible avenues for extracting monetary value from creative content. Ted Reilly also gave his take on why he views creative content as an emerging alternative asset class.
Part 3 of our Art and the Art of Raising Money series focused on certain factors of production and distribution that correlate with a film’s financial success. All three of our panelists agreed that the best strategy involves investing in a promising production team. The remaining portion of the event was opened up to the audience for questions, and it … Read More
In the previous post, we delved into the checklist that many investors use when deciding whether or not to invest in a given film. The accompanying event footage featured each panelist’s thoughts about the factors that attract them to certain projects.
In the first post of this series, we introduced the program Art and the Art of Raising Money: Funding Film, which Ziliak Law cosponsored in June. The first post focused on equity versus non-equity funding sources for films.
On June 8th, Ziliak Law’s Elaine Wyder-Harshman moderated a panel of three film and financial industry professionals, focusing on the ins and outs of film funding. The event took place at Chicagoland creative industries incubator, 2112.
Managing Partner Zach Ziliak has seen both sides of the HFT universe. A As a quant at an investment bank, he developed trading algorithms. As an attorney, he represents firms covering the whole Investment spectrum. As a participant in the AT 9000 initiative, he is working on the development of quality management standards for the testing of high frequency and … Read More
Prior to opening Ziliak Law, Zach Ziliak was invited by Marketswiki.tv to speak on HFT practices in January 2013. The full article (excerpted below) and video is available by clicking “read more.” High-frequency trading (HFT) has been in the financial press a lot over the past several years. From the Flash Crash of 2010 to the collapse of Knight Capital in … Read More