Music Week can tonight reveal the executive line-up that will lead the new, post-acquisition EMI Music Publishing – with Guy Moot heading up the UK office.
EMI Music Publishing was purchased for $2.2bn (£1.4bn) last year by an investor group led by Sony.
Sony/ATV will now administer EMI Music Publishing on behalf of the consortium.
Although the two companies will remain separate entities, the appointed execs will operate across both – ultimately reporting to Martin Bandier, Chairman & CEO of Sony/ATV.
Guy Moot is named President, UK and European Creative for both Sony/ATV and EMI Music Publishing, based in London and reporting into Bandier. He oversees UK operations and European creative.
Moot will be responsible for the UK office, with local A&R, sync, finance and business affairs teams reporting into him.
As previously reported, former Sony/ATV UK MD Rak Sanghvi has left the business.
Meanwhile, Rob Wiesenthal is named President of International, based in New York. He oversees all territories worldwide - excluding North America and the UK.
Another name familiar to the UK trade, Guy Henderson is named Senior Vice President of International – again excluding the UK and North America. He will be based in London and report to Wiesenthal.
Wiesenthal and Henderson will work with the international affiliates: Susanna Ng, Regional Managing Director, Asia; Nicolas Galibert, Managing Director, France; Patrick Strauch, Managing Director, Germany; Juan Ignacio Alonso, Managing Director, Spain and Portugal; Damian Trotter, Managing Director, Australia; Patrik Sventelius, Managing Director, Scandinavia; Niels Walboomers, Managing Director, Benelux; Anna Laskowska, Managing Director, Poland; Jay Savage, Managing Director, South Africa; Giuseppe De Martino, General Manager, Italy; Martha Konstandinidou, Publishing Manager, Greece;
Elsewhere, Clark Miller becomes Executive Vice President of International Business Affairs and Global Opportunities, based in New York. He reports to Wiesenthal with respect to his international role and to Bandier for all other matters.
Jorge Mejia is named Senior Vice President of Latin America and US Latin, based in Miami and reporting to Wiesenthal and Danny Strick (Co-President, US). Mejia oversees US Latin, Mexico and the Latin American affiliates.
In terms of administration and corporate leadership, Dale Esworthy becomes Senior Vice President, Administration, based in Nashville and reporting to Joe Puzio (Chief Financial Officer).
Sharon Boyse is named Vice President, Global Administration, based in London and reporting to Puzio.
Finally, Angel Stewart becomes Vice President of Global Human Resources, based in Nashville and reporting to Puzio.