Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., doing business as Lionsgate, is a Canadian entertainment company legally incorporated in the United States. The company was formed on July 10, 1997, in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is currently headquartered in Santa Monica, California. In addition to its well-known Lionsgate Films division, which generated the seventh-highest gross revenue in North America in 2015, the company contains other divisions such as Lionsgate Television and Lionsgate Interactive. It owns a variety of subsidiaries such as the American film production company Summit Entertainment, and Debmar-Mercury, a television syndication company acquired by Lionsgate in 2006. The company is well known as the namesake of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation (Lionsgate) was formed in 1997 by Frank Giustra and Avi Federgreen with a $16 million investment including another $40 million from other investors which included Keyur Patel and Yorkton Securities' executives such as G. Scott Paterson. Giustra had recently retired as CEO from Yorkton, an investment bank, and Paterson was then President. Giustra then merged Lionsgate with Toronto Stock Exchange listed Beringer Gold Corp. (founded in 1986) to take the company public. Beringers mining assets were soon sold off.