Triangle Financial Services is a sports and entertainment investment firm with a diverse portfolio of entertainment properties and international sports enterprises. After the acquisition of the Maccabi Haifa professional basketball club in Israel in 2007, Triangle and team owner Jeffrey Rosen guided the Haifa team to their first championship in the team's 60-year history after defeating perennial powerhouse Maccabi Tel Aviv on June 13, 2013. Triangle's sports division continues to invest in emerging international sports ventures.
Triangle is led by one of the creative forces behind the international toy company, Rose Art Industries, and the creative forces behind thousands of hours of dramatic, reality and animated programming.
For more than three decades, former Rose Art President of International and Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Rosen, guided his company to yearly sales topping 300 million dollars in more than seventy countries. With hundreds of license agreements and thousands of innovative products, Rose Art continuously distinguished itself in an ultra-competitive marketplace.
For more than a quarter-century, Barry Rosen has been a successful Producer. In association with the major networks, Barry has been behind some of television’s most successful movies, from “Quarterback Princess” and “The Stranger Within” on CBS to “The Cisco Kid” and “The Virginian” for TNT and has created and produced some of TV’s most memorable syndicated action series, from “Zorro” to “Police Academy” to “Highlander” and “Arthur Conan Doyle’s: The Lost World.”