||This article needs more links to other articles to help integrate it into the encyclopedia. (January 2013)|
|Minister of Health|
21 June 2011
|President||Aníbal Cavaco Silva|
|Prime Minister||Pedro Passos Coelho|
|Preceded by||Ana Jorge|
|Born||Paulo José Ribeiro Moita de Macedo
July 14, 1963
|Alma mater||Technical University of Lisbon|
Paulo Macedo is the Portuguese Health Minister. Paulo Macedo was born on 14 July 1963. He graduated in Business Organisation and Management from the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão (ISEG), Technical University of Lisbon (1986), and completed the Advanced Business Management Programme at AESE Business School, Lisbon (2001).
He was Vice-Chairman of the Banco Comercial Português (BCP) Executive Board of Directors (2008–2011), and non executive Vice-Chairman of several companies in the BCP Group (April–June 2011). He was also a Member of the Supervisory Board of Bank Millennium (Poland) (2008–2011) and a Member of the Supervisory Board of Euronext (2010–2011).After serving as Director-General of Taxation and Chairman of the Tax Administration Board (2004–2007), he returned to the Banco Comercial Português. He is also a former Member of the Executive Board of Seguros e Pensões (2003–2004), of the Board of Directors of Médis, Companhia Portuguesa de Seguros de Saúde, SA (2001–2004), of the Board of Directors of Interbanco (2000–2001) and of the Board of Directors of Comercial Leasing (1998–2000).
|This Portugal biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|