Graham Moysey replacing Harvey Carroll at IPG Mediabrands

The former head of international at AOL officially takes over as CEO Feb. 12.

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Graham Moysey (pictured above) has been named CEO of IPG Mediabrands Canada, replacing Harvey Carroll (below right).

Moysey officially starts Feb. 12 and will report to IPG Mediabrands COO Jim Hytner.

“[Moysey's] proven track record of success in Canada, as well as his wealth of global experience, make him the perfect person to take the helm of one of our most successful markets,” said Hytner, in a statement.

Moysey was most recently the head of international at AOL, where he oversaw 12 of the online media brand’s non-U.S. markets – reportedly doubling the size of that business during his tenure. He was elevated to the leadership role after helping AOL (now Oath) launch its Canadian outpost as its country manager in 2010.

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HarveyCarrollCarroll, a one-time marketer with Kraft, Labatt and AB InBev, took IPG Mediabrands’ CEO role in 2013 after spending more than five years as the president of Toronto-based creative agency Grip.

“I am very proud of the incredible success that we have achieved at Mediabrands Canada during my past four years here,” Carroll wrote in an email to MiC. “It has been an absolute pleasure to help build and lead this talented team. I wish Graham and the team nothing but continued success.

“I am currently having conversations and exploring my options and trying to decide where to go next. No doubt, exciting times ahead.”

IPG Mediabrands’ network of agencies in Canada includes Media Experts, Initiative and UM, among others.