Australian-born, London-based exec Kim Frankiewicz has left Universal Music Publishing to join Imagem Music, the pop music publishing arm of Imagem.
With effect from March 1, Frankiewicz becomes managing director of Imagem Music, and leaves Universal Music Publishing after 15 years with the company, most recently serving as Vice President of International.
"We now have a great senior management team at Imagem," comments Minch in a statement. "Kim is a proven leader with a wealth of experience in music publishing and an international track record second to none."
Frankiewicz continues to be based in London, and she will report to John Minch, CEO of Imagem UK, and will commence her new role on March 1st 2012.
The well-traveled exec relocated to the U.K. in 2000, where she took up the new role as VP of international UMP. She was previously VP of international based at UMP's New York office.
Frankiewicz joined UMP in 1997 after a long spell as managing director of Australian MMA Music Publishing and a stint running her own U.S.-based music supervision firm, Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Frankiewicz also ran the iconic Australian independent label, RooArt Records.