MPA general manager Claire McAuley is to leave the company after almost two years in the role.
The announcement was made by MPA CEO Jane Dyball via a company newsletter. It is not yet known what her next role will be or who will replace her as general manager.
Dyball said in a statement: “After almost two years at the MPA, Claire has made a lasting impact and will be sorely missed. Rest assured that we are busy finding a replacement and we'll keep you updated as and when we find someone to follow in Claire's footsteps - they are big shoes to fill.”
Meanwhile, Dyball also announced the arrival of a new general manager for the PMLL in the form of Viki Smith, who joins the team in April. Smith joins the MPA Group from the Educational Recording Agency.
“As a long standing member of the ERA team, Viki has a wealth of knowledge on copyright law and the education sector and will be a huge asset when it comes to the growth of the PMLL business,” said Dyball.