Mergers & Acquisitions

ATC Management acquires majority stake in Raw Power Management

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ATC Management has secured a majority investment in Raw Power Management, which represents a number of rock artists including Bring Me The Horizon, You Me At Six, Bullet For My Valentine and more.

As part of the independently-owned ATC Group, ATC Management represents more than 60 artists, composers and producers, including Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Sleaford Mods and more.

The new partnership will see Raw Power’s UK team, led by current chief executive Craig Jennings and commercial director Don Jenkins, relocate to ATC Management’s London headquarters. The partnership will be replicated in the US with the two companies merging in Los Angeles. 

“I am delighted to welcome the expertise and talent of Craig and the Raw Power team to ATC, along with their stellar roster of artists,” said Adam Driscoll, CEO of ATC Group. 

“At heart, our two companies have a common purpose – to support artists and empower them to achieve their creative and commercial goals. By coming together and combining forces, the capacity to deliver on those goals has increased substantially.”

Raw Powers’ Jennings added: “Along with Matt, Don and the Raw Power team, I am delighted to begin a new era of the company with Adam, Brian, Craig and everybody at ATC. It feels like we’re ready for ‘Raw Power Mark 2’, and this partnership fits perfectly with our ambitions for the company and our acts. 

“Both ATC and Raw Power value integrity, belief in the acts we look after, passion for the music and doing everything for the benefit of our artists. I have watched over the years as ATC have developed their artists on a global scale and have always had great admiration for the team and the way they go about things. This feels like a massive opportunity to take our artists to a whole new level. I feel that together we will be a powerhouse organisation. It’s a very exciting time.”