Anthony Attia

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Anthony Attia
Occupation Chief Executive
Employer Euronext Paris
Location Paris

Anthony Attia is the chief executive of Euronext Paris and global head of listing. He was appointed to that position in January of 2014 in a reorganization of the business and management team in preparation for a demerger from parent company the Intercontinental Exchange. His new role was independent of the holding company for the first time.[1]

Attia was formerly senior vice-president and chief of staff to Dominique Cerutti, Euronext group chief executive.

He is a board member of LCH.Clearnet, EnterNext, and the French Capital Markets Association (Amafi).

He is also the vice president of FESE.

Background

Attia served as chief of staff to the president and deputy CEO of NYSE Euronext from 2010 to 2013. In 2008, following the merger of NYSE and Euronext, he was appointed senior vice president in charge of designing and deploying the Universal Trading Platform.

In 2004, he served as executive director, head of operations for Euronext. He was responsible for market surveillance, the operational relationship with customers, and business development projects in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris. In 2000 he was the program director for the Euronext integration, in charge of migrating the French, Belgian and Dutch exchanges to the Euronext Market Model and NSC trading system.[2]

Attia joined Société des bourses françaises in 1997.

Education

He holds an Engineering degree in computer science, applied mathematics and finance from the Institut d’Informatique d’Entreprise and also studied at INSEAD.

References

  1. Euronext reshuffles management ahead of IPO. The Financial Times.
  2. Euronext Managing Board. Euronext.