Brian Wilson has been promoted to chief financial officer and senior vp at Sony Music’s Epic Records. He previously served as vp finance, a role he had held since 2014. During his eight-year run at the label, Wilson has played a heavy role in the financial analysis, deal-making and budgeting of projects for artists including Camila Cabello, DJ Khaled, Future, Meghan Trainor, Travis Scott and 21 Savage. He will now be responsible for overseeing all label finances and release planning while continuing to lead budgeting for the Epic roster. Wilson launched his music industry career at BMG, where he began working in the company’s international royalties department in 1998. He has also worked in a number of business units within Sony Music and previously served as director, global finance at the parent company. “Brian has been an invaluable resource at Epic for nearly a decade,” said Epic Records chairwoman and CEO Sylvia Rhone, to whom Wilson will report. “We have come to trust his instincts not only on issues relating to business and finance, but also in the complex duties involved in running one of the most successful and innovative record labels in the world.” Ticketed livestream company StageIt has… Read full this story
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