Chief Executive of Águas de Portugal Steps Down from Position

The Ministry of Environment and Energy made the information public this Thursday, after the intention was communicated to the Government by the President himself, José Furtado, on April 12.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Águas de Portugal (AdP) group, José Furtado, has resigned from his position, seeking “new professional challenges.”

The Ministry of Environment and Energy released the information through a statement issued this Thursday. The entity informs that, after four years leading the group, Furtado offered to step down on April 12, when the new Government took office.

In a meeting with the Minister of Environment and Energy, Maria da Graça Carvalho, requested by the outgoing president, he expressed his intention to leave AdP. The minister responsible for the portfolio accepted the request, and it was established that the transition would take place “within a framework of normality,” as indicated in the document.

The following day, on April 13, José Furtado sent a letter confirming his resignation request. Subsequently, he formalized it in the respective legal terms.

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