Royalty Exchange, an online marketplace for royalties, has expanded its presence with a satellite location in Nashville.
Leading the Nashville office is Royalty Exchange VP of Strategic Development Nick Terzo, who has relocated from the company’s Denver, Colorado, headquarters to establish the new division. Terzo has held roles at such labels as Maverick Records, Columbia Records, and Hollywood Records, in addition to starting his career at ASCAP.
Also relocating to Nashville is Artist Relations Manager Clayton Dickson, while Nashville resident Dustin Bank rounds out the team as Royalty Administration Manager.
“Nashville is the songwriter capital of the country, so we felt it only fitting to bring the financial solutions we’ve created for them directly to this community,” said Royalty Exchange CEO Matthew Smith. “Nick’s lifelong dedication to artist advocacy and lasting industry relationships make him the ideal choice to spearhead our mission in this vibrant city.”
“The craft of songwriting is essential to the continued existence of the music we all love,” said Terzo. “I’m honored to play a small part in supporting songwriters’ careers and their art through fair, meaningful financial options. I’m looking forward to working more closely with both songwriters, their representatives, and the organizations that support them.”
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