RHM invests in revenue-producing intellectual property related to music – principally the copyright to musical compositions, but also the copyright in master recordings.
RHM acquires these rights directly from songwriters, artists, independent publishers, other third party rights holders including lawyers, managers, record companies, A&R professionals and estate trustees.
RHM will typically acquire classic, older copyrights. These high-quality songs have generally reached a steady state of earning and are not subject to the natural decline in earnings that typically occurs within the first four to six years of a song’s life.
In addition, RHM seeks to acquire songs that have gained notable popularity on the radio and in movies, television, plays and shows. By virtue of their enduring cultural relevance, these songs should earn a steady level of royalties regardless of future placement and licensing.