Last week's $24.7 million royalty-backed asset-backed deal for designer Bill Blass, and the SESAC performing rights-backed deal that closed last month, are likely to be the start of a steady stream of royalty-backed deals from CAK Universal Credit Corp., said company President Robert D'Loren.

"SESAC was the template for it, Bill Blass is the transaction that refined it, and the rest will sort of follow the template," said D'Loren. "We are and have been engaged to do a major sneaker company. And we are about to be engaged by another apparel company."

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