Rijnhard van Tets is to be replaced by Dick Sluimers as supervisory board chairman at Euronext; and Bill Voge quits world’s biggest law firm after “an exchange of sexual communications”.
Rijnhard van Tets is to step down as chairman of pan-European exchange Euronext after 11 years in the role.
Van Tets, who first served on Euronext’s supervisory board 15 years ago before taking the chair, will leave following its AGM on 15 May.
Current vice-chairman Dick Sluimers will take the chairmanship after van Tets’ departure.
Sluimers, who joined Euronext’s board in 2016, is the former CEO of Dutch financial services giant APG Group. He is also currently an extraordinary councillor at the Dutch Council of State. He has also held senior roles at the Dutch Ministry of Finance, including director general of the bu
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