Wall Street hedge fund manager Kim Meyer is considering investing in an SFA (slate financing arrangement) in Hollywood. Dave Griffith, a Hollywood producer, is pitching for the investment and has conducted a broad analysis of recent movie data to determine the important drivers of a movie's success. In order to convince Meyer to invest in an SFA, Griffith must anticipate possible questions to maximize his persuasiveness.
Karl Schmedders, Charlotte Snyder, Ute Schaedel
Schmedders, Karl, Charlotte Snyder, and Ute Schaedel. Hollywood Rules. Case 5-111-012 (KEL700).