Cutting Edge

Cutting Edge publishes and finances music for film, television, live entertainment, games and advertising. It has worked on more than 1,000 projects, including historical drama The King’s Speech, and Broadway show Matilda. The London-based company has offices in New York and Los Angeles and was founded in 1993 by film music producer Philip Moross. This January, it partnered with investment firm Blantyre Capital to acquire music publishing rights owned by composers, in a deal reportedly worth an initial $125m.