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Anixter International Inc (AXE.N)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Samuel Zell

75 1985 Independent Chairman of the Board

Robert Eck

58 2008 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Theodore Dosch

58 2011 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance

William Galvin

54 2017 Chief Operating Officer, Vice President

Scott Ramsbottom

43 2015 Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Justin Choi

51 2013 Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary

Rodney Smith

59 2013 Executive Vice President - Human Resources

Ian Clarke

54 2016 Executive Vice President - Utility Power Solutions

Bob Graham

49 2015 Executive Vice President- Electrical & Electronic Solutions

William Standish

62 2004 Executive Vice President - Operations

Rodney Shoemaker

59 2014 Senior Vice President, Treasurer

James Blyth

76 1995 Independent Director

Frederic Brace

59 2009 Independent Director

Linda Bynoe

64 2006 Independent Director

Robert Grubbs

60 2008 Independent Director

F. Philip Handy

72 1986 Independent Director

Melvyn Klein

75 1985 Independent Director

George Munoz

65 2004 Independent Director

Scott Peppet

47 2014 Independent Director

Valarie Sheppard

53 2015 Independent Director

Stuart Sloan

73 1994 Independent Director

Lisa Micou Meers

2013 VP - Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Samuel Zell

Mr. Samuel F. Zell, J.D., is Independent Chairman of the Board of Anixter International, Inc. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company since 1985; Chairman since 1999 and Chief Executive Officer since 2012 of Equity Group Investments division of Chai Trust Company, LLC, a private investment company, and its President from 2006 to 2012; Chairman of the Board of Trustees since May 2014 of Equity Commonwealth, an equity real estate trust that owns and operates office properties; Chairman of the Board since September 2005, Director since 1999, and President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from July 2002 until December 2004, of Covanta Holding Corporation (previously known as Danielson Holding Corporation), waste, energy and specialty insurance services company. For more than the past five years Mr. Zell has been Chairman of the Board of Equity LifeStyle Properties, Inc., an equity real estate investment trust that owns and operates manufactured home communities, and RV resorts and campgrounds; and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Equity Residential, an equity real estate investment trust that owns and operates rental apartment properties. Mr. Zell was Chairman of the Board of Tribune Company, a diversified media company, from December 2007 until December 2012 and its Chief Executive Officer from December 2007 to December 2009 (in December 2008, the Tribune Company filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code; it emerged from bankruptcy in December 2012) and was Chairman of the Board of Capital Trust, Inc., a specialized finance company, from 2003 to 2012. Mr. Zell is the father-in-law of Scott R. Peppet. Mr. Zell is an active investor in public and private companies around the world to which he provides strategic direction. He is a well known figure in the finance, corporate and real estate sectors and he provides companies in which he invests with a network of resources across a broad range of industries.

Robert Eck

Mr. Robert J. Eck is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Anixter International Inc. Mr. Eck is Director since 2008, and President and Chief Executive Officer since July 2008 of the company and of Anixter Inc., a subsidiary of the company; various executive and senior management positions since 1990 of Anixter Inc. Director of Ryder System, Inc. since 2011 and a member of the Board of Trustees for Marquette University since September 2014. Mr. Eck has 27 years of experience with the company in a wide variety of roles. As President and Chief Executive Officer, he brings detailed knowledge about our capabilities and initiatives, thereby facilitating the Board’s role in setting strategic direction.

Theodore Dosch

Mr. Theodore A. Dosch is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance of Anixter International Inc. He Senior Vice President - Global Finance of the Company from January 2009 to June 2011; CFO - North America and Vice President - Maytag Integration at Whirlpool Corporation from 2006 to 2008; Corporate Controller at Whirlpool Corporation from 2004 to 2006; CFO - North America at Whirlpool Corporation from 1999 to 2004.

William Galvin

Mr. William A. Galvin has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer, Vice President of Anixter International Inc, with effect from July 1, 2017. Until July 1, 2017 he would serve as Executive Vice President - Network & Security Solutions of the Company. In this role since 2012, Mr. Galvin has led this market-leading global business driving a significant expansion of the value-added supply chain services, and more recently, the strategic integration of the Tri-Ed Security Products acquisition. Prior to his current role, he held the position of Executive Vice President – North America and EMEA, Network and Security Solutions, preceded by positions of increasing responsibility across the Sales and Marketing organizations.

Scott Ramsbottom

Mr. Scott Ramsbottom is an Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the Company. He was Senior Vice President Global Information Service from February 2014 to February 2015. Mr. Ramsbottom held various roles in the information services group since joining the Company in 1999.

Justin Choi

Mr. Justin C. Choi is Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary of Anixter International Inc., since May 2013. He Vice President - General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of the Company from June 2012 to May 2013; Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary -Trustwave Holdings from January 2011 to June 2012; Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary - Andrew Corporation from March 2006 to December 2007; Vice President of Law - Avaya Inc. from September 2000 to February 2006.

Rodney Smith

Mr. Rodney A. Smith is Executive Vice President - Human Resources of Anixter International Inc., since May 2013. He was Vice President - Human Resources from August 2006 to May 2013.

Ian Clarke

Mr. Ian Clarke is Executive Vice President - Utility Power Solutions of the Company since June 2016 of Anixter International Inc. Prior to that he Senior Vice President - North America Sales - Utility Power Solutions from May 2016 to June 2016; Executive Vice President - OEM Supply - Fasteners of the Company from December 2012 to May 2015; Executive Vice President - Global Sales and Marketing from July 2012 to December 2012; Senior Vice President - OEM Supply - Fasteners - Americas from November 2010 to June 2012; Senior Vice President - Global Marketing from March 2010 to October 2010. Mr. Clarke was CEO of Optimas OE Solutions, LLC from May 2015 to March 2016.

Bob Graham

Mr. Bob Graham is an Executive Vice President- Electrical & Electronic Solutions of the Company. He was Senior Vice President - U.S. Electrical and Electronic Wire and Cable from 2011 to 2015. Mr. Graham came to Anixter with the acquisition of the Pentacon business in September 2002, and since then, he has held various senior leadership roles for Anixter’s former OEM Fastener business with his most recent position before joining the Wire & Cable division being Senior Vice President for the North American business.

William Standish

Mr. William A. Standish is Executive Vice President - Operations of Anixter International Inc., since 2004. Since joining the Company in 1984, Mr. Standish has held several corporate and reporting unit senior management roles.

Rodney Shoemaker

Mr. Rodney A. Shoemaker is the Senior Vice President - Treasurer of Anixter International Inc. since May 2014. Prior to that he was Vice President - Treasury from July 1999 to May 2014. Mr. Shoemaker has been with the Company since 1986.

James Blyth

Lord James Blyth is Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc., since 1995. He is Chairman since May 2014 of Greycastle Holdings Ltd., a reinsurance business; Senior Advisor from 2007 to 2014, Vice Chairman from 2004 to 2007 and Partner from 2002 to 2004 of Greenhill and Co. Inc., an investment bank; Vice Chairman of MiddleBrook Pharmaceuticals, Inc. from 2008 to 2010; Chairman from 2000 to 2008 of Diageo plc, a global premium beverage company. Lord Blyth brings to the Board important perspectives in the areas of international business, compensation and governance through his leadership of large multinational companies. He was the former Chief Executive and then Chairman of The Boots Company, a UK-based company involved in retailing, manufacturing and property. His experience on multiple boards provides an important global perspective on management and governance issues, and his experience and stature in the U.K. business community contributes to the Board’s diversity of experience and viewpoints. Lord Blyth is one of the Audit Committee financial experts.

Frederic Brace

Mr. Frederic F. Brace is Independent Director of Anixter International Inc., since 2009. He is Director, President and Chief Executive Officer since March 2015 of Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc., an exploration and production company (in April 2016, Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc. filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code; it emerged from bankruptcy in October 2016); Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since 2012 of Beaucastel LLC, a consulting company; President from January 2014 to December 2014 of Niko Resources Ltd., an exploration and production company; Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Restructuring Officer from 2010 to March 2012 and Chief Financial Officer from March 2011 to March 2012 of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, a retail food business (in December 2010, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code; it emerged from bankruptcy in March 2012); Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from 2002 to 2008 and various senior management positions since 1988 of UAL Corporation, an air transportation company. Director of Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc. and iHeartMedia, Inc.; former director of Niko Resources, Edison Mission Energy, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and The Standard Register Company.

Linda Bynoe

Ms. Linda Walker Bynoe is an Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc. She is President and Chief Executive Officer since 1995 of Telemat Ltd., a project management and consulting firm, and Chief Operating Officer from 1989 to 1995. Director of Prudential Retail Mutual Funds and Northern Trust Corporation; Trustee of Equity Residential; former director of Simon Property Group, Inc. Ms. Bynoe served as a Vice President-Capital Markets for Morgan Stanley from 1985 to 1989, joining the firm in 1978.

Robert Grubbs

Mr. Robert W. Grubbs, Jr., is an Independent Director of Anixter International Inc. He is Director since 1996; President and Chief Executive Officer from 1998 to 2008 of the company; President and Chief Executive Officer from 1994 to 2008 of Anixter Inc., a subsidiary of the company. Mr. Grubbs’ long experience with the company in a variety of leadership roles provides an important link to our history of innovation in the area of supply chain services. Mr. Grubbs was our Chief Executive Officer for 10 years, presiding over substantial growth in revenues and profitability, and expansion in geographic scope, service offerings and product line. He is a key contributor to the Board’s evaluation of the company’s strategic plans.

F. Philip Handy

Mr. F. Philip Handy is Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc. since 1986. He is a private investor; Founder and Chief Executive Officer since 1980 of Winter Park Capital, an investment firm; Chief Executive Officer from 2001 to 2015 of Strategic Industries, LLC, a diversified global manufacturing enterprise; Director of Owens Corning, Inc., Ignite Restaurant Group, Inc.; board member of several non-profit organizations including Excellence in Education National and The McCain Institute; former director of the Florida State Board of Education, WCI Communities, Inc., Rewards Network Inc., the National Board for Education Sciences, Lighting Science Group and Stand for Children. Mr. Handy’s role as the Chief Executive Officer of a global manufacturer adds to the Board’s international perspective. His membership on the compensation committee of another large public company provides additional perspective to our Compensation Committee, which he chairs. Mr. Handy has formerly served as vice-chairman of the Board of the National Board for Education Sciences and the chairman of the Florida State Board of Education. His involvement with public policy issues contributes to the Board’s diversity of experience and viewpoints.

Melvyn Klein

Mr. Melvyn N. Klein is Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc. since 1985. He has been Founder, Melvyn N. Klein Interests; President from 1987 until 2008 of JAKK Holding Corp., the managing general partner of the investment partnership GKH Partners, L.P.; Attorney and counselor-at-law since 1968; Chairman of Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. and director of Harbert, Inc. and JAKK Holding Corp.; Immediate Past Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Mr. Klein has served on the Board during the entire evolution of our strategy and has helped guide us through several challenging economic and financial periods. He has been the President and CEO of two American Stock Exchange listed companies: Altamil Corporation and Eskey, Inc. In addition, Mr. Klein had an integral role in successfully building a number of industry-leading companies, including Savoy Pictures Entertainment, Inc. (subsequently merged with IAC Interactive), Santa Fe Energy Resources, Inc. (subsequently merged in part with Chevron and in part with Devon Energy) and the predecessors of Tenet Healthcare Corporation, Archrock Inc. and Exterran Corp. Mr. Klein was appointed by President Reagan to the Executive Committee of the President’s Private Sector Survey on Cost Control in the Federal Government (Grace Commission) and by President Clinton to the U.S. State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy. He has been a member (since 1996) and a director (since 1997) of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans. His education as an attorney and experience in government and as an entrepreneur, corporate leader and investor assists the Board in its risk evaluation and oversight role. Mr. Klein chairs our Audit Committee and is one of its financial experts.

George Munoz

Mr. George Munoz, CPA, J.D., is Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc. He is Principal of Muñoz Investment Banking Group, LLC, and partner with the law firm of Tobin & Muñoz since 2001; President and Chief Executive Officer from 1997 to 2001 of Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Assistant Secretary and Chief Financial Officer from 1993 to 1997 of the U.S. Treasury Department; Director of Marriott International, Inc., Altria Group, Inc. and Laureate Education, Inc. He has also served as a Trustee of the National Geographic Society since 2004. Mr. Muñoz maintains legal and investment banking practices. As a former President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and a former Chief Financial Officer of the U.S. Treasury, he also brings foreign investment and governmental experience to the Board. He is a Certified Public Accountant and chairs the audit committees of Altria Group, Inc. and Laureate Education, Inc.

Scott Peppet

Mr. Scott R. Peppet is Independent Director of Company. Mr. Peppet is a Professor of Law since 2000 at the University of Colorado Law School; member of the Investment Committee of Chai Trust Company, LLC since 2014 and the Ownership Committee of Equity International since 2012. Mr. Peppet is the son-in-law of Samuel Zell. Mr. Peppet brings experience in contracts, negotiations, complex transactions, legal ethics, privacy law and technology to the Board along with an outstanding record of leadership and deep experience in the legal field. He has authored several articles on the ways in which information technologies are changing markets and the policy implications of such technologies, which have been presented at the Federal Trade Commission, the International Conference on Privacy and Data Protection, the Privacy Law Scholars Conference, and other invited venues. Mr. Peppet’s work has been recognized in various news publications, including the New York Times and on National Public Radio.

Valarie Sheppard

Ms. Valarie L. Sheppard is Independent Director of Anixter International Inc. Ms. Sheppard is Senior Vice President, Comptroller and Treasurer since 2013 and Vice President and Comptroller since 2005 of The Procter & Gamble Company, a leading manufacturer and marketer of packaged consumer goods. Ms. Sheppard brings to the Board important perspective on international business from a large multi-national corporation. She also brings expertise on business unit finance, strategy development, mergers & acquisitions and corporate finance matters. Ms. Sheppard has experience serving on multiple non-profit and joint venture boards. Ms. Sheppard is one of the Audit Committee’s financial experts.

Stuart Sloan

Mr. Stuart M. Sloan is Independent Director of Anixter International, Inc. He is a Principal since 1984 of Sloan Capital Companies LLC, a private investment company; Director of Pendrell Corp. (formerly ICO Global Communications (Holdings) Limited). Mr. Sloan was formerly the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of two public companies and has been a successful investor for over 30 years. His investment activities give him a broad perspective on macroeconomic trends and developments which could affect our financial performance. He also provides experience serving on the compensation committees of other public companies.

Lisa Micou Meers

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