Appointment of Jos Dijsselhof to COO completes new Managing Board
Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris – 3 June 2014 – Euronext, a wholly owned subsidiary of IntercontinentalExchange Group (NYSE: ICE), today announced the appointment of Jos Dijsselhof as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Euronext with effect from 1st July 2014, pending regulatory approvals. His role will be to ensure seamless and orderly operations across Euronext’s pan-European markets.
Mr. Dijsselhof has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial industry. Until this appointment, he was General Manager Group Hubs at Australia and New Zealand Bank (ANZ) based in Singapore, where he created and expanded ANZ’s integrated network of offshore services for Banking Operations, Shared Services, Technology and Corporate Functions. This covered 9,000 staff from India, the Philippines, China and Fiji. Prior to ANZ, Mr. Dijsselhof worked at Royal Bank of Scotland where he was the Head of Group Operations for Asia Pacific and for ABN Amro Bank in Amsterdam as Global head of Financial Markets operations and later as Regional Head of Operations Asia Pacific in Hong Kong.
Mr. Dijsselhof will be a member of the Managing Board of Euronext and will report to Dominique Cerutti, Group CEO. He will be based in Amsterdam.
Dominique Cerutti, CEO of Euronext, said, “Jos’s appointment completes the new Managing Board of Euronext and we are delighted that he is joining our team at this important time in the company’s development. His impressive track record in operations and technology gives Jos the experience to drive change in our operations and deliver renewed efficiencies.”
The Managing Board of Euronext is responsible for the management of Euronext’s operations and is made up of:
- Dominique Cerutti, Group CEO
- Jos Dijsselhof, COO of Euronext
- Lee Hodgkinson, Head of Markets and Global Sales of Euronext and CEO of Euronext UK Markets Ltd.
- Anthony Attia, CEO of Euronext Paris
- Luis Laginha, CEO of Euronext Lisbon
- Vincent van Dessel, CEO of Euronext Brussels
- Cees Vermaas, CEO of Euronext Amsterdam