Embraer CEO Steps Down, Commercial Chief Named Successor

Embraer has confirmed that Frederico Curado will step down as CEO after nine years and will be replaced by Paulo Cesar Silva, head of its commercial aircraft division.

Embraer has confirmed that Frederico Curado will step down as CEO after nine years and will be replaced by Paulo Cesar Silva, head of its commercial aircraft division.

In a statement released on Thursday (June 9), the Brazilian manufacturer said Silva will begin transitioning into the role from July through to the end of 2016.

He has headed up the commercial aircraft division for the past six years, during which he has overseen the development of the OEM’s new E-Jet family aircraft programme.

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