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PA Media Group’s long-standing chief executive, Clive Marshall, has announced plans to retire after 14 years at the helm of the national news agency and multi-media company.
Mr Marshall, 65, will step down next year after overseeing a “smooth transition” to new leadership.
During his tenure in the top job, he has led the firm’s transformation from a national news agency to an international multi-media business, with an annual turnover of more than £110 million.
Mr Marshall said: “It’s been a privilege to lead the PA Media Group over these past 14 years with the support of my hugely talented colleagues and, despite all the challenges our industry faces, build such a successful news and information business.
“This has been a tough decision but it’s time for me to retire from this full-time role and spend more time ticking off the dozens of Scottis
Mr Marshall said: “PA has been such an important part of my working life.
“Its role as a lynchpin and innovator in an ever-changing media industry will continue to be critical.
“I’ll keep driving this brilliant business forward in the months ahead and oversee the smooth transition to new leadership.”