Frahm, Ballin, Hole take new roles.

The U.S. repertoire division of Universal Music Group International’s marketing department in London is undergoing a revamp.

Andrea Frahm has been appointed international marketing manager for Island Def Jam, with immediate effect. She joins UMGI from Universal Music Germany's international division, where she was until recently director, east coast/Nashville repertoire.

Frahm takes over the duties of Didier Dehauteur, who has moved into the international marketing manager role for Universal Motown at UMGI. Frahm, who joined the company in 1999, will report to UMGI VP U.S. repertoire Darren Aboud.

In addition, Cornelius Ballin, international marketing manager for Interscope Geffen A&M, is leaving UMGI on Friday (June 9). He will relocate to Berlin to join Universal Music Germany as director, international exploitation.

In his new role Bailin reports to Tom Bohne, managing director of Universal Music Germany's domestic division. Ballin, who has served with Universal Music since 2001, succeeds Beate Geibel, who is leaving the company.

Meanwhile, UMGI DVD product manager Jamie Hole replaces Ballin as international marketing manager for IGA. Hole, who joined Universal Music in 2002, reports to Aboud.