Sony/ATV Music Publishing has named its international leadership team, appointing Guy Moot president of UK and European creative, and Guy Henderson, senior VP of international. Both are based in London. Moot, who formerly held the same title with EMI, will report to Sony/ATV chairman/CEO Martin Bandier while the latter reports to international president Rob Wiesenthal.
Reporting into Wiesenthal and Henderson are Asia managing director Susanna Ng, who comes from the EMI side of the company, France managing director Nicolas Galibert, Germany MD Patrick Strauch, Spain and Portugal MD Juan Ignacio Alonso, Australia MD Damian Trotter, Scandinavia MD Patrik Sventelius, Benelux MD Niels Walboomer, Poland MD Anna Laskowska, South Africa MD Jay Savage, Italy MD Giuseppe De Martino, and Greece MD Martha Konstandinidou.
Other than Ng, the others previously were with Sony/ATV.
The company has also named former EMI executive Clark Miller as executive VP of international business affairs and global opportunities, reporting to Wiesenthal for his international role and Bandier for all other matters. He will be based in New York. Jorge Mejia, who is based in Miami, has been named senior VP of Latin America and U.S. Latin, overseeing Mexico and Latin America affiliates. He reports to Wisenthal and Sony/ATV co-president Danny Strick.
Also named to the corporate leadership team, Dale Esworthy, based in Nashville, is senior VP of administraion, Sharon Boyse, based in London, is VP of global administration, and Angel Stewart, based in Nashville, is VP of global human resources, all reporting to CFO Joe Puzio.