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Sacem turns the page Jean-Noël Tronc


Cécile Rap-Veber has been appointed managing director of the collective management company for musical copyright for a three-year term.

Sacem, a collective management company for the copyrights of 182,520 musical artists, has gone through a very difficult period due to a double crisis;

that of the Covid and that opened between Jean-Noël Tronc, the CEO since 2012, and his board of directors.

De facto sidelined since September 7, Jean-Noël Tronc officially ceded his place yesterday to Cécile Rap-Veber appointed managing director of the company for a three-year term, and to David El Sayegh, director deputy general.

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In eleven years, Jean-Noël Tronc has modernized Sacem and fought for the recognition and defense of copyright in a world of music that has switched to digital.

But the serious Covid crisis which has hit creators hard, has highlighted "

dissensions on strategic visions and on governance between the former CEO and the board of directors which represents the creators",

admits Patrick Sigwalt , President of the council

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Source: lefigaro

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