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Financier for 'Joker' has made movies into ultimate yield play

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Bloomberg9/9/2019 11:43 AM GMT+08  • 6 min read
Financier for 'Joker' has made movies into ultimate yield play
(Sept 9): Jason Cloth manages risk in his film-financing business just like he did as an investment banker, scrutinising deals with one big question in mind: “How do I not get screwed?”
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(Sept 9): Jason Cloth manages risk in his film-financing business just like he did as an investment banker, scrutinising deals with one big question in mind: “How do I not get screwed?”

That means staying focused on business and not getting bedazzled by the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.

“People play on the vanity of it,” Cloth, 53, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s Toronto office. “But if you strip away the vanity, bright lights and you run it as an asset-backed lending play, then you just dig into the value and understand it.”

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