Prabani hired for group role at MPGi

MPGi, the international division of media planning and buying agency Media Planning Group (MPG), has appointed Rubi Pabani as its new group account director, overseeing the Credit Suisse global account.

Pabani, formerly account director at Walker Media, has worked on a range of financial clients, including HSBC, Barclays Wealth and Deutsche Bank.

MPGi services more than 1,000 accounts worldwide, including Reckitt Benckiser, France Telecom and French pay-TV group Canal Plus. Last month, MPG won the media planning and buying account for sportswear brand Gola, previously handled by MediaVest Manchester.

It is planning two bursts of marketing activity this year, across print, ambient, experiential and digital media.

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