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Caroline Stockdale Joins WMG As EVP

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) —

Caroline Stockdale will join Warner Music Group company as executive vice president, Human Resources and will report to Edgar Bronfman, Jr., WMG's chairman and chief executive officer in New York. Stockdale will oversee all areas of human resources for the company's worldwide employees, including staffing, organization, employee relations, new employee initiatives, and productivity.

Stockdale has served as a senior human resources executive at some of the world's largest corporations. Most recently, Stockdale was senior vice president, Relationship Leader Human Resources, at American Express Financial Advisors/Global Financial Services where she was the human resource leader for the Financial Services arm of American Express and its approximately 22,000 employees and Independent Financial Advisors.

"Warner Music Group's two most valuable assets are our artists and our employees," said Bronfman. "Caroline is a seasoned human resources professional, and we are thrilled to have an executive with her global experience join WMG as we continue to transform the company."

"I am very excited to be joining such a dynamic company during a transformative period in the music industry," said Stockdale. "I have a real passion for working with people, and I'm looking forward to leveraging my background in human resources and employee relations to address Warner Music Group's global workforce needs."

Before joining American Express Financial Advisors in 2002, Stockdale held a variety of human resources leadership positions at General Electric Capital Corporation in Europe and the United States beginning in 1997. Stockdale rose to the level of executive pice President and Global Human Resources Leader at GE Capital Corporation's Aviation Services division, a $40 billion aircraft financing business operating in more than 65 countries. –Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner