• Entertainment, Media, Gaming & Sports Finance

    CIT Entertainment, Media, Gaming & Sports Finance provides film, entertainment, gaming, sports, and media financing solutions for development, expansion, equipment and strategic acquisitions.

    Entertainment Products & Services:

    • Working capital 
    • Acquisition financing 
    • Growth capital 
    • Management buyouts 
    • Debt refinancing 
    • Recapitalizations 
    • Restructurings  

    Gaming Key Areas of Focus:

    Entertainment & Media Financing

    • Film production & distribution
    • Television production
    • Music publishing
    • Theaters
    • Cable and broadband networks
    • Video game production
    • Radio and television station groups

    Gaming and Leisure Financing

    • Commercial casinos
    • Native American casinos
    • Gaming equipment manufacturers

    Sports Financing

    • Acquisition financing
    • Recapitalizations and working capital lines of credit
    • M&A advisory services for buy-side and sell-side transactions
    • Valuation services for both franchises and venues (stadiums and arenas)
  • Select Commercial Finance Transactions

    CIT combines its deep expertise in creating financing and treasury management solutions with outstanding execution and service, helping our clients achieve their full growth potential. See our latest accomplishments: Tombstone Collage

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