On the heels of an earlier recommendation by Euronext’s Supervisory Board, the exchange has appointed Stéphane Boujnah as its newest Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Euronext N.V. and Chairman of the Managing Board, according to a Euronext statement.
He is slated to begin his appointment only in November, following shareholder approval. In the meantime, Jos Dijsselhof, Euronext’s Interim CEO will help manage the role until a transition is formally culminated.
Mr. Boujnah joins Euronext from Santander Global Banking and Markets having served as its Head of France & Benelux, dating back to 2010 – more recently he also held the role of Head of Continental Europe since mid 2014. He has garnered extensive experience across a plethora of financial markets, namely in European corporates.
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According to Rijnhard Van Tets, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Euronext N.V., in a recent statement on the nomination and appointment, “The selection process to appoint Stéphane Boujnah has been very thorough as we had an extremely talented pool of candidates to consider.”
“The final choice was based on Stéphane Boujnah’s deep understanding of the industry, strong sector expertise and on his strategic vision on the growth prospects of Euronext. As Euronext continues its journey as an independent company, the Board believes that Stéphane Boujnah is the best candidate to lead our highly and effective executive team to advance Euronext’s well-defined strategy. I look forward to working closely with Stéphane Boujnah to continue to build upon all that has been achieved since the company’s IPO,” he reiterated.
“It is a real privilege to have been chosen as the future CEO of Euronext and Chairman of the Managing Board. It is an exciting opportunity to take Euronext forward from its recent IPO to the next stage of its development while meeting all its stakeholders’ needs. My aim will be to continue the proven successful strategy and to create exceptional shareholder and client value,” added Mr. Boujnah.