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SOUNDEXCHANGE SINGS SINGH'S PRAISES

SoundExchange has promoted Anjula Singh from EVP/CFO to COO/CFO.

She has been with SoundExchange in various roles for 16 years and was integral to helping the company reach a recent milestone: Last week, SoundExchange announced that it had distributed more than $9b in digital royalties to music creators since its launch in 2003. Among many other things, she also helped build out its publisher-services arm.

Said president/CEO Michael Huppe: “Anjula has been a tremendous partner over the years in advancing the mission of SoundExchange. Her immense institutional knowledge, mastery of our business’ complexities and ability to work across teams will be critical to our strategy and success as we move into the next chapter.”

"I am dedicated to maximizing the value of music and making the business more efficient for music creators," said Singh, who started her career at KPMG and has also worked as Director of Corporate Accounting at The AES Corporation. All in all, she’s spent more than two decades tackling corporate finance, mergers, acquisitions and audits.

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