Fund in Focus – Atlantic Screen Scores
Kuber Ventures is pleased to share with you the latest Fund in Focus for Atlantic Screen Scores, from the alternative investment platform for EIS/SEIS and BPR investments.
Atlantic Screen Scores Limited has been established for the purposes of creating and exploiting intellectual property in the form of original music composed for major internationally released films and television productions. Atlantic Screen Scores works with producers to create original music for film and television by contracting with established international composers to create these music compositions.
Atlantic Screen Scores invests mainly in bigger budget Hollywood films and network driven TV series, where the income streams are easier to predict and the asset values of the library of scores that the company will build up will have greater value.
Revenue is generated from five main sources:
> Cinema box office – Average 0.4% non-US box office
> Broadcast fee paid by every TV channel in any licensed territory inc. USA
> VOD – royalties paid on each download purchase – iTunes
> SVOD- royalties paid on each viewing – Netflix, Amazon etc
> Synchronisation fees from re-selling of the music for use in adverts, trailers, and promotions
> Soundtrack sales – CD and Downloads
Atlantic Screen Music management have 50 years+ experience in the field of investment and administration in music royalty copyrights. It brings together a team of professionals from both film finance and music copyright exploitation. It’s this unique combination of skill bases that allows the team to effectively evaluate the investment opportunities in this specialised area of music investment.
Key information Scheme categorisation:
The Scheme is structured as an Alternative Investment Fund
Target return: Targeting an IRR for shareholders of 18%. Taking into account the benefit of EIS relief this can increase the IRR to 27%.
Scheme strategy: EIS
Investment sector: Media and Entertainment
Target diversification: The funds raised will be used to acquire and invest in the music scores of 30 to 40 films over three years only. Average cost to compose a film score is approximately £110,000
If you are interested in further information about Atlantic Screen Scores, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 20 7952 6685