Matthieu Lauriot-Prevost has left Warner Music, where he has been senior VP of international marketing since 2007.
The London-based executive was previously at EMI for five years, including as senior VP of global marketing. Prior to that he was senior VP at Island Def Jam International in New York and held posts at BMG France, Polygram International, Polydor and Disney in Paris.
His departure follows the resignation of Warner Music Australia VP of marketing Mark Ashbridge (Billboard.biz, Sept. 20) and the Australian company's president and CEO, Ed St John (Billboard.biz, Sept. 6), as well asthe shake-up of Warner Brothers Records' executive team in the U.S. this month. 
"I feel privileged to have worked with such an extraordinary range of artists, from today's icons to the superstars of tomorrow, who have so enthusiastically embraced our drive to find new and innovative ways of bringing their music to fans all over the world," said Lauriot-Prevost in a statement from WMG.
"It has been a pleasure to work with so many talented colleagues and partners. Together, we have learnt a great deal during these transformational years for our industry and I have no doubt these valuable experiences will continue to inspire me as I move onto the next stage of my career."
John Reid, CEO, Warner Music Europe & vice-chairman, Warner Music International, added: "Matthieu has been instrumental in making our network of marketeers the progressive, cohesive global team it is today.
"Above all, though, it is his passion for music and his commitment to artist development that has shone through in everything he has achieved. Matthieu's expertise has benefited a wide range of Warner Music acts from superstars like Green Day, Madonna and Linkin Park, through artists achieving new levels of global prominence such as Muse and Jason Mraz, and onto talent enjoying their first flush of international success including Paramore, Jason Derulo and Paolo Nutini."