EnterNext appoints new directors
The EnterNext board of directors has this week co-opted Anthony Attia and CGPME, represented by Bernard Cohen-Hadad, as directors.
They replace Roland Bellegarde and Jean-François Roubaud.
The appointments will be submitted to shareholders at the company’s next general meeting for their approval.
Attia, CEO of Euronext Paris, began his career in 1997 at the Société des Bourses Françaises. When Euronext was founded in 2000, he helped define and deploy the European market model that brought together markets in Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and then Lisbon. From 2004 to 2007 he was executive director, head of operations, in charge of market surveillance, operational relationships with customers and business development projects.
Attia also served on the Comité Directeur de Place and took part in particular in discussions concerning the MiFID directive. Following the 2008 merger of NYSE and Euronext, he designed and deployed the Universal Trading Platform (UTP), a global trading platform for all NYSE Euronext markets in Europe and the US. From 2010 to 2013, he was chief of staff to Dominique Cerutti, the Euronext group’s current CEO.
Cohen-Hadad (pictured) heads the economic affairs committee of CGPME, France’s General Conferation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. He began his career as an in-house general counsel and in 1994 he moved into insurance, becoming vice-president of Chambre des Agents Généraux de Paris.
In 2007, Cohen-Hadad set up BCH Assurances, an independent insurance broker. A member of CGPME since 2005, he was appointed chair of its economic affairs committee in 2010.
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