Independent Label Financing

Independent Label Financing


A Special NARIP Workshop: Learn how and from which sources to attract capital for your independent label or business.


A Special NARIP Workshop with Vice President of Investments with UBS Financial Services, Inc., Mike Urner. Learn how and from which sources to attract capital for your independent label or business.

  • Independent Record Label Owners
  • Record & Music Publishing Executives
  • Those considering starting their own record label

How to:

  • Build Your Team
  • Attract Capital – Types Available
  • Business Plans That Attract Capital
  • Invest Your Own Capital
  • Diversifying Your Label
  • And much more

Mike Urner has been a Vice President of Investments with UBS Financial Services, Inc. (formerly PaineWebber Group Inc.) for ten years. His asset management group works with private and corporate clients across a variety of investment markets and financial engagements. Recently, Mike’s group has developed a client base in the music industry and has assisted professionals in developing strategies to enhance financial performance and manage wealth. Mike and his group have been involved in aspects of the music business including artist management, executive production and artist project financing. Mike holds a BSBA in Finance and Minor in Economics from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is also co-chairman of Marketing for the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) in Orange County.

PROGRAM DATE: March 19, 2005
HANDOUT: 2 Page Outline
PROGRAM TIME: Over 3 hours.
QUESTIONS? Call 818-769-7007 or contact NARIP


Program music courtesy of Sparks & Silhouettes


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