EuroBic's general meeting approved the bank's new board of directors, with Azevedo Pereira as CEO and Pedro Maia as chairman. There was a last minute departure.
EuroBic’s general assembly approved this Monday the bank’s new governing bodies, electing José Azevedo Pereira as CEO and Pedro Maia as chairman. Manuel da Luz, who would remain on the new team as a financial administrator, was excluded by his own decision.
The former director of the Tax Authority succeeds Teixeira dos Santos, whose mandate ended at the end of last year. Besides Azevedo Pereira, the bank’s new executive committee includes more names: José Antunes, who joins the new team, and also Susana Nereu Ribeiro (currently chairman of the supervisory board) and Filipe Dias Meneses.
Regarding the non-executive directors, with Pedro Maia presiding over the board (succeeding Diogo Barrote), the names of Plácido dos Inocentes, Francisco Constantino Pinto, Ilídio Lopes and Célia Custódio were approved. Fernando Teles and Duarte Pitta Ferraz leave the bank.
The new audit committee of the bank (the fiscal council was extinguished) will be presided by Plácido dos Inocentes, and this new body is still composed of the other three non-executive administrators who will be appointed at the Magna meeting: Francisco Constantino Pinto, Ilídio Lopes and Célia Custódio.
Constantino Pinto chairs the nomination and remuneration committee. Alberto Teles was appointed to the general meeting. And Deloitte remains with the auditor.
Constantino Pinto presides the Nominations and Remunerations Committee. Alberto Teles was appointed to the general meeting. And Deloitte remains with the auditor.
The Bank of Portugal pressed for a change in the bank’s governing bodies after the controversy surrounding Luanda Leaks and the sale of the financial institution to Abanca last May.