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August 20, 2020

Time: 2:30 p.m. PST

Summer Educational Weekly Webinar: Managing Financial Opportunities During the Pandemic

 

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Please join us for this week's summer educational webinar, presented by Sound Royalties.  

This webinar is free for all AIMP members and non-members, thanks to a sponsorship from Sound Royalties, but registration is required via Zoom.   
 

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Please note that the time for this webinar is 2:30pm PST/4:30pm CST/5:30pm EST

Alex Heiche, CEO and Founder of Sound Royalties will be joined by experts in banking and entertainment law to discuss the evolution of music financing, the recent rise in catalog multiples, and the impact observed on royalties due to the pandemic. They will explore how streaming and digital technology are changing the industry and how royalty advances can be used to scale a business and a career, especially considering the tour and live concert cancellations. They will also highlight how an independent publisher can use financing tools to acquire new content, and leverage financial institutions to fund the advances they provide to their writers and create client stickiness. 

Reservation Cutoff: August 20, 2020

Registration Not Open At This Time

Panelists

Heather M. Beverly, Esq.
Attorney

Andrew Kintz
EVP Private Client Services & Music Industry Group, First Horizon Bank

Moderators

Alex Heiche
Founder & CEO, Sound Royalties

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Additional Speaker Information

Heather M. Beverly, a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, earned a Bachelor of Business Administration of Marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Beverly Began her legal career in the areas of high profile, complex civil and criminal litigation and ethics work. In 1998, Ms. Beverly established her boutique entertainment law practice in Chicago, Illinois. Ms. Beverly represents a variety of clientele including entertainment companies, entertainment executives, entrepreneurs, comedians, television personalities, television production companies, screenplay writers and some of the industry's chart topping pop, urban, R&B and gospel award-winning artists, producers and entertainers. Ms. Beverly is recognized for being a powerbroker who aggressively represents her clients while also treating them like family. Ms. Beverly's goal for her practice is to exceed the expectations of her clients by providing them the highest level of service. In her words, "The entertainment clientele comes with a myriad of challenging issues, many of which require creative solutions while keeping in mind the time sensitivity involved. Our commitment to excellence ensures that we make each client a priority while utilizing our collective experience to efficiently problem solve. We pride ourselves on anticipating the needs of our clients and at all times providing the highest qualify of legal services with integrity and professionalism."

Andrew Kintz leads the Music Industry Group for First Horizon. A veteran executive with 22 years of banking experience, Kintz was recruited by First Horizon Bank in 2016 to launch a Division dedicated to serving the Music Industry’s unique needs. First Horizon’s Music Industry Group provides specialized financial services to music industry companies and individuals, including publishers, record labels, management firms, agencies, production companies, music rights organizations, artists, songwriters and other music industry centers of influence – both locally and nationally. Kintz has volunteered a significant portion of his time and energy to support a wide range of philanthropic, civic and trade organizations. He has been involved with the MusiCares Foundation, St. Jude’s, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the National Museum of African American Music and the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI). He was recently appointed to the board of directors for the Conservancy for Centennial Park and is an original member of the Southern Environmental Law Center’s Next30 group. He also is a major volunteer for the Nashville Fellows Program. Kintz has been honored with the NSAI’s Stephen Foster Institutional Award for supporting the songwriter community and was named one of Nashville’s “40 Under 40” by the Nashville Business Journal.

Upon recognizing the sizable need for funding options that cater to music professionals and allow creatives to retain their copyrights, Alex Heiche founded Sound Royalties in 2014 and serves as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. His innate passion for music and strong roots in the music industry have greatly contributed to the firm’s success. Alex is a strong and outspoken music advocate, supporting the growth of songwriters, producers and artists, as well as highlighting the importance of musicians being compensated for their work while retaining their music rights and royalties. Alex possesses decades of experience in providing funds and finance raising strategies to music creatives, large annuity recipients, and professional athletes. He has worked with leading music industry professionals, including GRAMMY-Award winners, platinum recording artists and notable music industry executives in every genre, always with the utmost discretion and privacy. A respected thought leader in the music business, Alex has shared his knowledge and insights at many industry events with organizations including the Recording Academy, BESLA, Sync Summit, the Los Angeles Digital Content Marketplace, as well as with music students at universities including Vanderbilt and Belmont. Additionally, Alex’s expert opinions have been featured in top publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Music Business Worldwide, The Tennessean, Music Connection and Digital Music News. Prior to founding Sound Royalties, Alex held executive roles in specialty finance firms and high-tech software companies. Alex graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is a member of the Recording Academy, the Gospel Music Association, the Americana Music Association, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a lifetime member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Nashville Songwriters Association International.

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