Universal Track Japan (UMJ) has hired Rui Suzuki as Chief Financial Officer.
Suzuki will be accountable for all financial operations at Universal Track Japan, efficient January 1, 2021.
Suzuki joined UMJ earlier this month from private financial administration provider Moneytree, the set up he had served as Chief Financial Officer and Director, since 2016, leading their finance, industry model and fundraising operations within Japan.
Ahead of Moneytree, he held positions at Goldman Sachs and Mizuho Financial Community.
As a core member of Universal Track Japan’s administration group, he’s going to oversee financial operations, accounting and strategic planning `for Universal Track Japan.
He’ll be based in Tokyo and document to Naoshi Fujikura, CEO, Universal Track Japan.
“We’re overjoyed to welcome Mr. Suzuki to UMJ, I am comparatively assured that his intensive journey in international finance and fintech will raise us versatile and agile financing in a industry world of rapid commerce.”
Naoshi Fujikura, Universal Track Japan
In making the announcement, Naoshi Fujikura, CEO, Universal Track Japan said: “In 2020, the spread of COVID-19 brought many challenges to the domestic tune industry in Japan, nevertheless on the identical time, new inclinations emerged, similar to the realm hit success of our Japanese language releases from BTS.
“We’re overjoyed to welcome Mr. Suzuki to UMJ, I am comparatively assured that his intensive journey in international finance and fintech will raise us versatile and agile financing in a industry world of rapid commerce.
“With Mr. Suzuki becoming a member of our administration group, we shall proceed to make a contribution to the boost and future model of the Japanese tune market, whereas final the single destination for artists, songwriters and followers.”Track Industry Worldwide