29 November 2017
Hong Kong
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

EuroCCP CEO to step down

Diana Chan, CEO of EuroCCP, is stepping down to become senior advisor to the chairman of the supervisory board.

As a senior advisor, Chan will assist the chairman on initiatives and represent EuroCCP in its engagement with senior industry members and regulators.

As well as being CEO of EuroCCP since 2007, Chan has also been CEO of EuroCCP N.V., a clearing house based in the Netherlands for equity trades, since 2013.

EuroCCP said that as CEO Chan firmly established EuroCCP N.V. as the leading pan-European equities CCP.

In a statement on Chan’s departure, EuroCCP said: “During her tenure, EuroCCP N.V. gained access to the trade feeds of London Stock Exchange, SIX Swiss Exchange and Euronext, extending the company’s access to over 80 percent of equities trade flows in Europe.”

Her replacement as CEO has not yet been disclosed.

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