Abrams Artists Agency has reorganized its executive suites in its Los Angeles and New York offices with a quartet of veterans receiving promotions, Variety has learned exclusively.

Neal Altman and Robert Attermann have been appointed to chief operating officers, and Brian Cho has been named chief financial officer. Marni Rosenzweig has been promoted to senior VP in Los Angeles and heads up the Los Angeles Talent Division, which includes the adult and youth departments.

“I could not be more proud of our nearly four decades in the business, and my outstanding staff members who have worked tirelessly to get us here,” chairman and CEO Harry Abrams said.

The agency, which has over 100 employees, has expanded its roster to include social-media influencers, unscripted series, and branding and licensing.

Altman began at Abrams Artists Agency 27 years ago, shortly after Harry Abrams launched the company. He’s co-managing director of the New York office. He started his career in the mailroom at ICM and switched to Abrams Artists 27 years ago as an agent in the talent department, which he now runs.

Cho began his career 16 years ago at Abrams as an executive in the business affairs department. Rosenzweig joined 18 years ago and oversees both the adult and youth talent divisions.