Tax credit lending in future industries, with Zach Tarica (The Forest Road Company)
“If you look at the things we do as a company, whether it's in digital assets, renewable energy, or media and entertainment, we are always looking at how to structure financial products to push disruptive industries forward. We are banking on, and betting on the future.”
Let's fund a movie. Truth be told, I don’t watch a lot of movies these days. There was a time I could use long flights to catch up, but even those days are gone for now. Maybe that’s why I’ve never spent much energy thinking about how they’re funded. I guess I always just assumed that they were exclusively funded by a small group of risk-hungry Hollywood types with incredibly deep pockets, winning big on some rolls and losing big on others.
Well, as it turns out, there’s a lending model there. And more than that, it’s a lending model that connects movies to green energy to digital assets. Join me and Zachary Tarica, founder and CEO of The Forest Road Company as he talks me through tax credits and tax credit lending, and how TFRC is putting “money in the hands of people that are pushing transformative industries forward?”
As Zach mentions on the show, you’re free to start a conversation by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org or by reading the extensive content on their homepage www.forestroadco.com
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