Alexander Wolf is President of SESAC International, where he is responsible for identifying and implementing a portfolio of new multi-territory licensing and service offerings for the music rights organization. In this role, he represents SESAC Performing Rights in its reciprocal relationships with societies around the world as well as exploitation of the Rumblefish and HFA (Harry Fox Agency) catalogs outside the U.S. Wolf reports to SESAC Chairman and CEO, John Josephson.
Most recently, Wolf was instrumental in overseeing the team that launched Mint Digital Services, a joint venture between SESAC and SUISA, which allows for a more efficient process of administering license agreements for online music services across borders.
Before joining SESAC in January 2016, Wolf was Executive Managing Director at Solar Music rights management, a joint venture of PRS and GEMA which administers the Sony and EMI publishing catalogs. Prior to that, Wolf was Managing Director of CELAS, a company set up to represent EMI’s music publishing repertoire for online and mobile use across Europe.