Staff Reporters
Mar 21, 2013

Barry Cupples set to depart Asia-Pacific; Cheuk Chiang to lead OMG in the region

SINGAPORE - Barry Cupples, chief executive of Omnicom Media Group (OMG) Asia-Pacific, is understood to be moving to a global role focused on trading, analytics and investment within OMG in London, with Cheuk Chiang, currently Asia-Pacific CEO of PHD, set to succeed him in the region.

Cupples (left) and Chiang in Hong Kong

Cupples, who is tipped to relocate to the UK this summer, has been offered a newly created global CEO position to lead OMG’s investment and capability development. The move follows the recent departure of Johan Boserup, who left his role as OMG's chief trading and accountability officer worldwide to become global CEO of Trading at WPP’s GroupM in October 2012.
 
Cupples took charge of OMG Asia-Pacific in 2007, following...

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