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Alexi Cory-Smith departs BMG

By | Published on Wednesday 20 December 2017


Alexi Cory-Smith has announced that she is standing down from her senior role at BMG, having led the growth of the v2 BMG business in the UK since joining the firm in 2011. Her job title since the start of the year had been President, Repertoire & Marketing.

Confirming that Cory-Smith was departing the business, a spokesperson for BMG stated yesterday: “Alexi deserves full credit for all she has brought to BMG over the past seven years. We hold her in the highest personal esteem. And we wish her well in her future plans”.

After paying tribute to her team and her bosses, Cory-Smith said it was “time for me to start a new chapter” in a memo to staff confirming her departure.

Looking back on her time with the music rights company, she added: “In my time we have signed so many great artists and songwriters including Bring Me The Horizon, Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders, Liam Howlett and The Prodigy, Steve Mac, Wayne Hector, Jamiroquai, Giggs, The National, Robbie Williams and The Rolling Stones – Messrs Jagger and Richards, specifically – twice”.