Warner Music U.K. has realigned its management structure, with executives Korda Marshall and Max Lousada taking new roles.

Warner Music U.K. has realigned its management structure, with executives Korda Marshall and Max Lousada taking new roles.

Marshall becomes managing director of Warner Bros. U.K.; he fills a role that has remained vacant since John Reid exited in May to take up the post of Warner Music International executive VP of marketing. Until recently, Marshall was MD of Atlantic Records U.K.

Simultaneously, Marshall's longtime colleague Lousada is elevated to MD of Atlantic Records U.K. He was head of A&R at EastWest.

Both execs report to Nick Phillips, chairman of Warner Music U.K.

Marshall joined Atlantic (then EastWest Records) in May 2003 when Warner Music U.K. acquired London-based independent label Mushroom Records, where he was MD. During his tenure at Atlantic, he nurtured successful acts including the Darkness, Sean Paul and Goldie Lookin' Chain and former Mushroom-signed bands Muse and Ash.

Lousada has worked alongside Marshall since 1999, when he joined Mushroom as head of A&R.

The Atlantic and Warner Bros. U.K. divisions were created earlier this year when WMI rebranded EastWest and WEA London Records, its two stand-alone labels in the United Kingdom.