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New management announced for Draft FCB

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New York—Steve Centrillo, CEO of FCB’s New York office, announced he would leave the agency just weeks before its planned merger with Draft, which will form Draft FCB.

Leadership of the agency’s New York office will be taken over by Peter DeNunzio, who was named president of Draft FCB New York on Wednesday.

DeNunzio was previously general manager of global clients at Ogilvy & Mather, New York.

In June, Interpublic Group announced it would merge its agencies Draft and FCB. Howard Draft, chairman-CEO of Draft, will become chairman-CEO of the newly formed agency.

—Kate Maddox

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