Patrick Wolf was hired as chief accounting officer at the Motion Picture Association. The corporate finance and accounting executive will lead the MPA’s worldwide financial planning and reporting functions.
Based out of the Los Angeles office, he will report to Hunter Paletsas, executive vice president and global chief financial officer of the MPA.
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“I’m delighted to welcome Patrick to the MPA and look forward to applying his wealth of expertise in finance and accounting to enhance the growth and success of our innovative organization,” Paletsas said in a statement. “Throughout his career, Patrick has demonstrated a clear vision for strategic financial planning that will be extremely valuable to the MPA and our member studios.”
He most recently served as chief financial officer at the Cinq Music Group, a music distribution, record label and rights management company. During his time there, he sourced financing and led due diligence efforts for the company’s music catalog transactions, with deals ranging from $5 million to $135 million. Additionally, Wolf led strategic efforts for Cinq’s treasury, financial reporting and royalty accounting functions.
Wolf previously served as corporate controller at GoDigital Media Group and an auditor at Deloitte & Touche. Graduating from the University of Southern Calif., he earned master’s and bachelor’s degrees in accounting.
“I’m thrilled to join the MPA’s world-class team and support the growth of an iconic industry that supports more than 2.7 million American jobs and produces films and TV shows loved by audiences around the world,” Wolf said in a statement. “Financial security is the foundation of any successful venture, and I look forward to supporting the MPA’s finance operations in the years ahead.”
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