Former Curtis Brown brand CEO Ben Hall joins Troy as executive chairman, Diversity Can reveal.
Hall, who resigned from Curtis Brown and parent company Original Talent Group in April 2012, will work with Tricer’s existing leadership as well as the agency’s growth and development in the United States and the United States as it becomes more integrated into the owners’ YMU group.
Hall was part of a team of five agents – Johnny Geller, Jonathan Lloyd, Peter Robinson and Nick Marston – who bought the 121-year-old Curtis Brown from existing management in 2001 and turned the company into a powerhouse literary and talent company. Agents Sarah Spear and Jackie Drew. The firm, whose clients include Robert Pattinson, Florence Pug and Paul Mescal, expanded production in 2006 with the formation of “McMafia” producer Cuba Pictures.
Hall served Curtis Brown as CEO from 2012 to 2018. He has been the Joint CEO of Original Talent since the acquisition of Curtis Brown in April 2013.
Trica co-founders Connor McGagan and Michael Duff, who will officially leave the British company by the end of the year, are following in the footsteps of the executives. Diversity Earlier this month. McCohan and Duff formed their client roster together for more than 15 years as top clients of the British industry, with Jackie Doranon, Michael Fassbender, Ruth Wilson, Holida Grener, Michael Coyle, Joe Dempsey and Lena as their client rosters. Headey.
Hall’s appointment comes as a troika re-launch as a YMU drama – a development that goes on three years after M&A was raised for business.
Troika merged with the management apparel James Grant Group (JGG) in 2017, although the companies kept their brand identity separate. Merging helps to diversify the business.
In 2018, JGG private equity firm Trillantic was the most acquired by Europe and re-branded as the YMU Group. There is Impact Sports Management – all of which have been YM since early 2019 Operated under the U brand. The only part of the business that was unique was Troca.
However, going forward, Troika will integrate into YMU and re-brand YMU as a drama. The new entity is expected to invest heavily in growth throughout 2020.