NEW YORK, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jillian Bordeaux has been promoted to Vice President, Finance for Caroline – the Independent Services division of Capitol Music Group – it was announced today by Capitol Music Group CFO Todd von Mende, to whom Bordeaux reports.
As Finance Department head, Bordeaux will continue to steer all financial functions for Caroline, including financial statement budgeting, analysis and projections as well as managing third-party label statements and cash disbursements. Bordeaux plays an integral role in Caroline's new deal negotiations and manages relationships with label partners to support label development and facilitate growth, among many other responsibilities.
According to von Mende, "It is a testament to Jillian's financial and business acumen that she has risen in the ranks from intern to Vice President in only seven years. All of us within the Capitol Music Group congratulate her on this well-deserved promotion."
Caroline Executive Vice President/General Manager Mike Harris commented, "Jillian is an extremely talented executive with an amazing grasp of the big picture, and her value to all of us at Caroline is matched only by the respect and admiration she receives from our label partners."
Caroline President Dominic Pandiscia said, "Having worked with Jillian for years, I have witnessed her abilities and progress first-hand, and can't imagine anyone else in her role. All of us at Caroline look forward to working with Jillian for many years to come."
Bordeaux stated, "I am very excited for the opportunity to help Dom, Mike and Todd continue to grow Caroline into the premiere music services company in the industry. Working with our amazing Caroline team to help our label partners achieve their maximum potential is very rewarding, and I look forward to future successes and new partnerships within the independent community."
Prior to her promotion, Bordeaux was the Senior Director of Finance for Caroline, and has previously held roles in the Finance Department for Capitol and Virgin labels. She joined EMI in 2006 as a Corporate Finance intern while still an MBA student at New York University's Stern School of Business. Upon graduating from Stern in the spring of 2007, she was hired by Harris as a Finance Manager for Capitol and Virgin, promoted to Director for Capitol Music Group (EMI) in 2009, and became head of finance for EMI Label Services (Caroline) as Senior Director in 2010.
SOURCE Universal Music Group