Paulo Rodrigues da Silva
Paulo Rodrigues da Silva was appointed CEO of Euronext Lisbon, CEO of Interbolsa and member of the managing board of Euronext N.V., in February of 2017. He takes over the role in early March 2017, pending relevant shareholder and regulatory approvals.
He will succeed Maria João Carioca, who resigned in December 2016.
Rodrigues da Silva has had a number of management roles over his professional career, including in technology, strategy and business development for a number of large companies. He was an executive board member of Banco BPI and of Vodafone, both in Portugal and globally; and, most recently, of Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD).
Rodrigues da Silva started his professional career with McKinsey in 1990, where he was involved in several projects in different sectors - banking, telecommunications, transportation and energy.
From 1991 to 2000, he worked for Banco Português de Investimento (BPI), one of the largest Portuguese bank groups. He started in BPI in the private banking and investment centers and later moved to the acquired Banco Fonsecas & Burnay where he held several roles in marketing, credit/debit cards, IT and operations. In 1996, he was appointed a member of the board of directors, with overall responsibility for information systems, network, organization, operations and internet strategy.
From 2000 to 2009, he held several positions at Vodafone Group, which he joined in 2004. From 2007 to 2009, he was chief commercial officer at Vodafone Turkey.
He joined Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) as an executive board member in 2016 and was responsible for the coordination of the 2017-2020 strategic plan that supported CGD’s recapitalization process.
Rodrigues da Silva holds a degree in Economics from Universidade Católica Portuguesa de Lisboa and an MBA from Insead. He was also a teaching assistant at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon from 1985 to 1987 and research assistant and Dean’s assistant at Insead from 1987 to 1989.
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