Greater
China-Focused
Completion Bonds

World-class coverage for motion pictures

We give completion bonds to all leading banks, investors and distributors. We’ll help you deliver your film on time, on budget. Guaranteed.

Risk assessment > Legal stage > Monitoring

REDUCE YOUR RISK,
NOT YOUR CREATIVE OUTPUT

At HLCG, our aim is to give your production protection, not interference. We understand your team’s need for creative space. Throughout your project, we will act as your on-site risk assessor, advising as necessary to prevent your investment from potential loss.

NEED CREW BACKUP?

Your creative team may change their minds about their artistic approach, but our completion bonds make sure you don’t have lose money on your investment.

In the event that there are surprise incidents, we will provide the necessary manpower to fill in for your crew so that your project will stay on its original shooting schedule.

Got maverick talent?

Let your maverick talent be an asset, not a liability. Even the best actors have their non-performing days, but that doesn’t mean your film necessarily needs to take a loss.

THE DIFFERENCE: WHERE FILM BONDING
IN GREATER CHINA EXCELS

Based in Hong Kong, HLCG is your gateway to Asia. We are the sole provider for completion bonds in Greater China.

Greater coverage, better protection. While completion bonding in the US traditionally covers only the production stage, bonding in Greater China goes beyond that to cover pre-production, post-production, and promotion and marketing. We offer protection even before shooting begins, because we know production delays can happen anytime, for almost any reason.

Greater shooting flexibility. We recognize that things can change quickly when shooting overseas, particularly in Asia. That’s why our bond policy allows for immediate changes on the set, unlike rigid bond practices in the US.

Your risk assessor will be available onsite so that your production can have script, scheduling and other changes greenlighted, without endangering your completion bond—provided there is consent between the director and producer(s).

THE BONDING PROCESS: HOW DOES IT WORK IN GREATER CHINA?