|Portugal debate: Portugal perks up|
|Joaquim Saldanha e Souza (JS) is CEO at CaixaBI. He joined the board of CaixaBI in 2012. He is also a board member at CaixaBI Brasil and Banco Caixa Geral Brasil. He previously managed funds for Nau Capital, Dilligence Capital and Dynamo Capital in London and has also held several positions in Brazil at PT and Vivo. |
Joaquim has an MBA from the University of Virginia, is married with three children.
Cristina Casalinho (CC) is CEO of the Portuguese Treasury and Government Debt Agency (IGCP). She has been chief executive of the DMO since October 2014 and was executive director from June 2012. Previously she was chief economist at Banco BPI for nine years, after occupying several positions in BPI.
She has an economics degree from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa and an MSc in business from Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
David Guerreiro (DG) is an executive board member at Banco Finantia.
Guerreiro joined the treasury and capital markets division of Banco Finantia in 2010 after concluding an MBA from IE Business School (Madrid). Previously, he originated and structured asset-backed securities for the Iberian market at ABN Amro in London. Before that he worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (Lisbon), counselling businesses on corporate strategy and M&A. He oversees international and private banking at Banco Finantia.
Luís Laginha de Sousa (LL) is chairman and CEO of Euronext Lisbon and Interbolsa, and a member of the managing board of Euronext (Netherlands). He was also on the management committee of NYSE Euronext until its takeover by InterContinental Exchange in 2013.
Luís Laginha joined Euronext Lisbon in 2005 as COO and was previously on the board of Caixaweb SGPS and several CGD Group companies (Portugal and Spain). He has also held managerial roles in other Portuguese and multinational companies.