Billboard outlines the new roster under Bandier as follows:
Executive VP and CFO Joe Puzio oversees global finance, global administration, human resources and global information technology.
Executive VP of business and legal affairs Peter Brodsky, oversees business and legal.
Senior VP of business development John Pires oversees business development and deal modeling.
VP of communications and project management Jimmy Asci will oversee global corporate communications and special projects.
VP and CIO Bill Starke oversees global information technology.
Co-president Danny Strick oversees East Coast creative operations, US Latin operations and Nashville operations.
Executive VP of commercial music Brian Monaco oversees all music licensing for commercials and merchandise.
All of the above are based in New York, and all report to Bandier except for Starke, who reports to Puzio.
In Los Angeles, co-president Jody Gerson overseas West Coast creative operations as well as the film and television department, while VPs of film and television licensing Wende Crowley and Esther Friedman now jointly oversee all music licensing for film, television and games.
Crowley and Friedman report to Gerson, who in turn reports to Bandier. £?
In Toronto, Sony/ATV Canada MD Gary Furniss oversees Canadian operations, while Sony/ATV Nashville president and CEO Troy Tomlinson overseas creative operations, legal affairs and business development in Nashville.
In Miami, Jorge Mejia is named senior VP of Latin America and U.S. Latin while Russell Emanuel is president and CEO of Extreme Music, Sony/ATV's production music division in Santa Monica.
Furniss and Emanuel both report to Bandier, while Tomlinson and Mejia report to Strick, with Mejia also reporting to Sony/ATV International president Rob Wiesenthal.
Of the names above, Monaco comes from EMI Music Publishing while the remainders were at Sony/ATV prior to the acquisition.