FBMM has named Jen Conger and Erica Rosa as owners of the entertainment business management firm.
“Jen and Erica have been key members of FBMM’s leadership for years, and each of the other owners and I are proud to have them step into this circle,” says Duane Clark, Co-Owner, President and Chairman of FBMM. “Erica and Jen have carved their own unique paths at FBMM and have earned the trust and respect of our clients and our employees.”
Conger is a powerhouse business manager known for her expertise in overall royalty analysis, domestic and international touring, sponsorship and endorsement deal negotiations, commercial insurance, and estate planning. She oversees more than $90 million in revenue each year on behalf of her clients, who have collectively received more than 60 Grammy nominations and 19 Grammy Award wins and represent all genres of music.
Making history at FBMM, Conger became the first female associate business manager in the firm’s history and did so at a record pace. Five years later, she earned yet another highly coveted promotion—this time advancing to the position of business manager.
“As someone who did not initially set out to work in the music industry, I am incredibly thankful to FBMM and the owners who saw something in me,” shares Conger. “That opportunity allowed me to develop my skill set, work hard and get where I am today. I am also honored to be on this new journey alongside Erica, who has blazed her own trail at FBMM and in the industry.”
Rosa joined FBMM as the firm’s first full-time royalty employee and was named Vice President of Royalties & Contract Compliance in 2021. She is directly responsible for growing the department into the highly respected one that it is today. Her division handles strategic contract negotiation and compliance, royalty audits, catalog sales, and record label administration.
From 2020 to 2023, Rosa relocated to Los Angeles to help the firm establish its L.A. office. During her tenure at FBMM, she has played pivotal roles in multiple eight- and nine-figure catalog sales and has overseen unpaid royalty recoveries and prevention of loss revenue in excess of $200 million.
“I am grateful to the owners for giving me the entrepreneurial freedom and trust to dream big on what the Royalties and Contract Compliance division at FBMM could and should be,” says Rosa. “I’m proud of how the division has grown and the way my team truly works in lockstep with each artist’s team. Now, as an owner, I am enthusiastic to continue the forward-facing relationships we’ve built in a role that is typically very behind-the-scenes.”
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