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ESMA selects Natasha Cazenave as candidate for executive director position

Monday, March 15, 2021
Opalesque Industry Update - Natasha Cazenave, Deputy Secretary General, Head of the Policy and International Affairs at the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), was chosen this morning to be the European Securities and Markets Authority's (ESMA) candidate to succeed Verena Ross, its Executive Director, whose term of office expires at the end of May.

The Board of Supervisors (Board) decision follows an open selection process, which it has communicated to the European Parliament (Parliament). The Board will appoint the candidate as the new Executive Director following confirmation by the Parliament, with the confirmation process expected to take place in the coming weeks.

The candidate, once confirmed, will replace the current Executive Director, Verena Ross, who has now served the maximum term allowed under the ESMA Regulation and steps down on 29 May 2021. The incoming Executive Director will be appointed to serve a five-year term, renewable once.

This choice is subject to confirmation by the European Parliament. If the Parliament confirms the Authority's choice, Natasha Cazenave would take up her post in May.

Ms. Cazenave is currently Deputy Secretary General and Head of the Policy and International Affairs Directorate at the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF).

The AMF congratulates Natasha Cazenave on being selected. This choice is a tribute to her skills and talent and honours the institution.

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