Euronext's Lisbon boss leaves for state-owned lender

Announcing Maria João Carioca’s departure in a December 13 statement, the European exchange operator said it would continue to invest in Portugal. Euronext said that the expansion of its information technology centre in Porto should translate into a headcount of 120 people by the end of 2016.

Stéphane Boujnah, chairman and chief executive of Euronext, said: “We will work together with Maria João to ensure a seamless transition during the first quarter of 2017, until her successor arrives.”

Carioca’s appointment to Caixa Geral de Depositos comes after the European Union and Portugal came to an agreement in August to inject billions of euros into the country’s largest lender by assets.

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