Bronfman is the Executive Vice Chairman of Vivendi Universal, overseeing all music and Internet activities for the company. Prior to the December 2000 formation of Vivendi Universal, Mr. Bronfman was President and Chief Executive Officer of The Seagram Company Ltd., a post he held since June 1994. Under Bronfman’s leadership at Seagram, the spirits and wine company transformed into a leading global media and communications company and company transactions totalled more than $80 billion. In addition to serving on the Vivendi Universal Board, Bronfman serves on the Boards of USA Networks, Inc., New York University Medical Center, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Board of Governors of the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
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