New chief exec of Euronext Lisbon to start in early March, subject to approvals
Euronext has appointed a former board
member of Vodafone and a Portuguese state-owned bank to run its
Lisbon-based business, marking the third chief executive of
Euronext Lisbon in just over a year.
The European exchange group said on Friday
its supervisory board has approved the appointment of Paulo
Rodrigues da Silva as chief executive of Euronext, head of the
Portuguese settlement house and Euronext management board
He will take up his new position in early
March pending shareholder and regulatory approvals, according
to a statement.
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