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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Alexandre Bompard

47 2017 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Committee

Matthieu Malige

2017 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Chief Financial Officer

Jerome Nanty

2017 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Human Resources and Assets for the Group and France

Laurent Vallee

2017 Member of the Group Executive Committee, General Secretary

Rami Baitieh

2019 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director - Spain

Dominique Benneteau-Wood

2018 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Communication for the Group and France

Marie Cheval

46 2018 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Financial Services and Hypermarkets France

Pascal Clouzard

2017 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director - France

Guillaume de Colonges

2019 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Merchandise, Supply and Formats

Alexandre De Palmas

2018 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Convenience Stores France

Francois Melchior de Polignac

2019 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Northern and Eastern Europe (Belgium, Poland and Romania) and Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Belgium

Gerard Lavinay

2018 Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director - Italy

Amelie Oudea-Castera

40 2018 Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director, E-Commerce, Data and Digital Transformation

Noel Prioux

2017 Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Latin America (Brazil and Argentina)

Morgane Weill

2019 Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director, Strategy & Transformation for the Group and France

Stephane Israel

49 2020 Lead Independent Director

Philippe Houze

72 2017 Lead Director

Alexandre Arnault

28 2019 Director

Nicolas Bazire

62 2008 Director

Jean-Laurent Bonnafe

58 2008 Director

Flavia Buarque de Almeida

52 2017 Director

Abilio Diniz

83 2016 Director

Thierry Faraut

50 2017 Director Representing Employees

Patricia Moulin Lemoine

71 2015 Director

Martine Saint-Cricq

62 2017 Director Representing Employees

Claudia Almeida e Silva

46 2019 Independent Director

Stephane Courbit

55 2018 Independent Director

Aurore Domont

51 2018 Independent Director

Charles Edelstenne

82 2008 Independent Director

Mathilde Lemoine

50 2011 Independent Director

Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon

57 2017 Independent Director

Lan Yan

63 2017 Independent Director

Selma Bekhechi

2020 IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Alexandre Bompard

Mr. Alexandre Bompard serves as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Company. He is also a graduate of École Nationale de l’Administration (ENA) (Cyrano de Bergerac class). After graduating from ENA, Alexandre Bompard joined the French General Inspectorate of Finance (1999-2002). He went on to become the technical advisor to François Fillon, then Minister for Social Affairs, Labour and Solidarity (April-December 2003). From 2004 to 2008, he held several positions within the Canal+ group, notably as Chief of Staff for Chairman Bertrand Méheut (2004-2005) and Director of Sport and Public Affairs (June 2005-June 2008). In June 2008, he was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Europe 1 and Europe 1 Sport. In January 2011, Alexandre Bompard joined the Fnac group where he was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. On June 20, 2013, he launched Fnac’s IPO. In the fall of 2015, Fnac offered to take over the Darty group and on July 20, 2016 Alexandre Bompard became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the new entity Fnac Darty. He is a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (France). Since July 18, 2017, Alexandre Bompard has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour. In addition, he has chaired the Carrefour Foundation since September 8, 2017.

Matthieu Malige

Mr. Matthieu Malige serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Chief Financial Officer of the Company. He started his career at Lazard Frères. From 2003 to 2011, he held various positions within the Carrefour group: Director of Strategy and Development, Chief Financial Officer of Carrefour Belgium and Chief Financial Officer of Carrefour France. In 2011, he joined the Fnac group as Chief Financial Officer and on July 20, 2016 following the Company’s acquisition of Darty, he became Chief Financial Officer of the Fnac Darty group. On October 16, 2017, Matthieu Malige was appointed Chief Financial Officer of the Carrefour group.

Jerome Nanty

Mr. Jerome Nanty serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Human Resources and Assets for the Group and France of the Company. He began his career in 1986 at Société Générale before joining the capital markets division of Crédit Lyonnais bank in 1989, first as a bond market operator and subsequently as a manager of a portfolio of bond issuers. In 1998, he joined the bank’s Human Resources department as manager of employment policy and later labour relations. From 2001 to 2004, he served as Director of Labour and Social Relations for the Crédit Lyonnais group. From 2003 onwards, he held the same position at the Crédit Agricole group. As such, he was in charge of the labour aspect of the merger of Crédit Lyonnais and Crédit Agricole. He was appointed as Director of Human Resources at LCL in 2005 and at the Caisse des Dépôts group in 2008. From 2013 to 2016, he was General Secretary of the Transdev group. Since July 2016, he has served as General Secretary and Director of Human Resources of the Air France-KLM group. On October 2, 2017, Jérôme Nanty joined the Carrefour group as Executive Director, Human Resources for the Group and France. In June 2019 he was appointed Executive Director, Human Resources and Assets for the Group and France.

Laurent Vallee

Mr. Laurent Vallee serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, General Secretary of the Company. He began his career at the Conseil d’État, France’s administrative Supreme Court, where he served in particular as Government Commissioner and Constitutional Advisor to the Government’s Secretary General. From 2008 to 2010, Laurent Vallée was a lawyer with the Clifford Chance law firm, before being appointed Director of Civil Affairs at the Ministry of Justice in April 2010. He was then General Corporate Secretary of the Canal+ group from 2013 to 2015. Since March 2015, he has served as Secretary General of the Conseil Constitutionnel, France’s constitutional council.

Rami Baitieh

Mr. Rami Baitieh serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director - Spain of the Company. He holds two MBAs from the University of Quebec and the Warsaw Central Business School. He began his career with Carrefour in 1995, holding various positions, first in the stores and then in the Merchandise, IT and Supply Chain departments in France, Romania and Poland. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Taiwan in February 2015 and Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Argentina in January 2018. In May 2019, he was appointed Executive Director of Carrefour Spain.

Dominique Benneteau-Wood

Ms. Dominique Benneteau-Wood serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Communication for the Group and France of the Company. From March 2017, she was Communications Director of Air France-KLM and Deputy Managing Director of Air France in charge of brands and communications. From January 2014, she was Communications Director of Transdev, a leader in mobility and public transport and subsidiary of Caisse des Dépôts and Veolia, where she was also acting company secretary from July to December 2016. Dominique Benneteau-Wood spent a large part of her career with the Havas group at W&Cie, where she was general manager from 2010 to 2014. Before joining W&Cie in 2001, she was a strategic planner at Euro RSG Design (1989-1992), a consultant at Bracq Gauvin Design (1992-1993), an independent consultant (1994-1999) and senior consultant at Piaton & Associés (2000-2001).

Marie Cheval

Ms. Marie Cheval serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Financial Services and Hypermarkets France of the Company. She joined the French General Inspectorate of Finance. From 2002 to 2011, she held a number of positions with the La Poste group: Director of Financial Services Strategy for La Poste and later for La Banque Postale, Marketing and Sales Director (2006-2009), then Director of Operations (2009-2011). In 2011, Marie Cheval joined the Société Générale group as Director of Global Transactions and Payment Services. She was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Boursorama in 2013.

Pascal Clouzard

Mr. Pascal Clouzard serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director - France of the Company. After beginning his career in consulting with A.T. Kearney – where he spent eight years at the Lisbon, Madrid and Paris offices – he joined Carrefour in 1999 as Group Director of Food Purchases, and subsequently became Group Director of Non-Food Purchases. He joined Carrefour Spain in 2006, serving as Marketing Director, Merchandise Director and Executive Director for Hypermarkets. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Spain in 2011. Since October 2, 2017, he has held the position of Executive Director for France.

Guillaume de Colonges

Mr. Guillaume Jacques Edgard Laffont de Colonges serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Merchandise, Supply and Formats of the Company. He began his career as a floor manager at Carrefour Anglet in 1992, before taking on various operational posts in hypermarkets in France and Poland. Subsequently, he acquired operational experience as Commercial and Supply Chain Director, and from 2000 to 2008 as Director of supermarket and hypermarket operations in Turkey and Taiwan. He then became Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour in Asia and Malaysia before taking on the same post in Singapore in 2009 and at Carrefour Turkey in 2011. In 2014, Guillaume de Colonges became Executive Director Poland.

Alexandre De Palmas

Mr. Alexandre De Palmas serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Convenience Stores France of the Company. He began his career in retail property with the Casino Group and then held senior management positions at Clear Channel, Gallimard-Flammarion and then Elior. He joined the Carrefour group in August 2018 as Executive Director, Convenience and Cash & Carry France. He was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Carmila in July 2019.

Francois Melchior de Polignac

Mr. Francois Melchior de Polignac serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Northern and Eastern Europe (Belgium, Poland and Romania) and Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Belgium of the Company. After two years with L’Oréal in Italy and three years with the Boston Consulting Group, he joined Carrefour in 2000, where he alternated between M&A, Strategy & Projects and operational functions in the Hypermarkets and Supermarkets segments. He then acquired significant experience abroad, first in Poland, followed by two years as head of Carrefour Romania and four years as head of Carrefour Belgium. He returned to France in 2017 to implement the transformation plan and was appointed Executive Director, Merchandise, Supply and Formats in October 2018. In 2019, he was appointed Executive Director, Northern and Eastern Europe (Belgium, Poland and Romania) and Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Belgium.

Gerard Lavinay

Mr. Gerard Lavinay serves as Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director - Italy of the Company. Gérard Lavinay began his career at Euromarché in 1980, holding several positions both in-store and in the Logistics department in that hypermarket chain which was taken over by Carrefour in 1991. From 1998 onwards, he held various positions at Carrefour in Greece before joining Carrefour Chile’s Executive Management team in 2003. He returned to France in 2004 and served as Group Supply Chain Director and Group Managing Director for IT and Supply Chain. In 2008, he was appointed Executive Director for Supermarkets in France. Gérard Lavinay joined Carrefour Belgium in 2009 as Executive Director and Managing Director. In 2013, he supervised Carrefour’s operations in Northern Europe (Belgium, Poland and Romania) and international merchandise support and coordination teams. In 2017, Gérard Lavinay was Executive Director for Merchandise, Supply and Formats. He was notably in charge of merchandise, own-brand products, supply chain and formats. Since October 2017, he has served as Executive Director, Italy.

Amelie Oudea-Castera

Ms. Amelie Oudea-Castera serves as Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director, E-Commerce, Data and Digital Transformation of the Company. Starting in July 2016, she spent almost ten years with the AXA Group, five as Chief Marketing & Digital Officer for AXA France and then five in the same position at Group level. She became a Director of the Carrefour group in June 2018. She was appointed Executive Director E-Commerce, Data and Digital Transformation for the Carrefour group on November 19, 2018

Noel Prioux

Mr. Noel Prioux serves as Member of the Group Executive Committee, Executive Director, Latin America (Brazil and Argentina) of the Company. He began his career with Carrefour in 1984, holding various operational positions within the West Regional Division for Carrefour France Hypermarkets. In 1996, Noël Prioux was appointed Director of Financial Services in France, then Executive Director, Turkey. From 2001 to 2003, he was in charge of Carrefour hypermarkets in France. Subsequently, he managed Group international subsidiaries in Colombia, South Asia and Spain from 2004 to 2011. In June 2011, he became Executive Director, France.

Morgane Weill

Ms. Morgane Weill serves as Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director, Strategy & Transformation for the Group and France of the Company. She spent five years working for the General Inspectorate of Finance at France’s ministry for the economy and finance where she undertook audits and consultancy assignments on various public policies covering local authorities, defence, justice, culture and customs. She joined the Carrefour group on January 1, 2018 as Alexandre Bompard’s chief of staff. Her responsibilities included coordinating issues associated with the food transition (one of the Company’s strategic priorities) to improve the safety, traceability, quality and responsibility of products sold worldwide. On July 1, 2019, she was appointed Executive Director for Strategy and Transformation.

Stephane Israel

Mr. Stephane Israel serves as Lead Independent Director of the Company. He taught at Harvard University (1994-1995) and Université de Valenciennes in northern France (1997-1998) and worked for the Chairman of the French National Assembly from 1997 to 1998. In 2001, he joined the Cour des Comptes (second chamber), France’s Court of Accounts, as an auditor and was appointed as a senior auditor. In 2004, he contributed to the report on corporate tax competition published by France’s Taxation Board. From 2005 to 2007, he also worked as an associate professor at École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris and founded and directed a joint programme with the school to prepare students for the ENA entrance exam. In 2007, Stéphane Israël joined the Airbus group, where he served as advisor to Louis Gallois, CEO of EADS (as the group was known at the time), before holding various operational management positions in the group’s space division, including in budget and programme control for the M45/M51 ballistic missile project management unit and in the services segment of the European Global Monitoring for Environment and Safety (Copernicus) programme. From 2012 to 2013, he was Chief of Staff to the French Minister for Productive Recovery (Ministry in charge of industry). In April 2013, he joined Arianespace SA as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2017, he became Executive Chairman of Arianespace SAS and joined ArianeGroup’s Executive Committee as Director of Civil Programmes. He is also the Chairman of MEDEF International’s France-South Korea Business Club and was named a Chevalier de l’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur.

Philippe Houze

Mr. Philippe Houze serves as Lead Director of the Company. After graduating from INSEAD Business School, Philippe Houzé began his career with Monoprix in 1969. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Monoprix in 1982 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 1994, holding the position until November 2012. He was Co-Chairman of the Galeries Lafayette group from 1998 to 2004 and became Chairman of the Executive Board in 2005. Philippe Houzé is currently Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Galeries Lafayette group, France’s largest chain of department stores. With his sales, marketing and fashion industry expertise, he used innovative concepts to transform Monoprix, making it a leading local retailer in town and city centres. As Chairman of the Executive Board of the Galeries Lafayette group, he played a role in making Galeries Lafayette the leading department store in Europe, with the ambition of becoming a benchmark for omni-channel, responsible and innovative business, and promoting the French “Art of Living”. In 2014, Philippe Houzé orchestrated the acquisition of a significant stake in the Carrefour group on behalf of Motier SAS, the Galeries Lafayette family holding company. In 2017, he led the acquisition of 51% of the share capital of La Redoute, with the goal of holding 100% of the shares by 2021. In 2015, Philippe Houzé received the “International Retailer of the Year” award on behalf of Galeries Lafayette from the National Retail Federation (NRF), a prestigious American retail trade association bringing together key global industry players. As a committed stakeholder in the French economy, Philippe Houzé has made a personal commitment to sustainable development: he has been heavily involved in the regeneration of town and city centres while taking into consideration the Galeries Lafayette group’s environmental and social responsibilities. As outlined in his book, La vie s’invente en ville, he intends to continue working on behalf of inner city areas and help build a

Alexandre Arnault

Mr. Alexandre Arnault serves as Director of the Company. Alexandre Arnault began his career in the United States, working in strategy consulting at McKinsey & Company and subsequently in private equity at KKR in New York. He then joined LVMH and the family investment holding company, Groupe Arnault, focusing on innovation in the technology sector. In this capacity, Alexandre Arnault helped to define and implement a strategy to address the rise of e-commerce in the luxury goods industry. He also helped make and monitor numerous investments in technology companies in the United States and in Europe. Alexandre Arnault graduated from École Telecom ParisTech and holds a Master’s degree from École Polytechnique. He brings to the Board of Directors his expertise in technology and e-commerce.

Nicolas Bazire

Mr. Nicolas Bazire serves as Director of the Company. He served as Managing Partner at Rothschild & Cie Banque from 1995 to 1999. Since 1999, he has served as Chief Executive Officer of Groupe Arnault SEDCS. Nicolas Bazire brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his experience as a Director of major multinationals and executive of listed companies, in addition to his expertise in the banking and financial sectors.

Jean-Laurent Bonnafe

Mr. Jean-Laurent L. Bonnafe serves as Director of the Company. After being appointed Head of Strategy and Development in 1997, he oversaw the merger process between BNP and Paribas. In 2002, Jean-Laurent Bonnafé was appointed Head of the BNP Paribas group’s French Retail Banking Division and French Network manager, and became a member of the BNP Paribas group Executive Committee. On September 1, 2008, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of retail banking at the BNP Paribas group. On December 1, 2011, Jean-Laurent Bonnafé was appointed Chief Executive Officer of BNP Paribas. Jean-Laurent Bonnafé brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his experience as an executive and Director of international companies, his knowledge of financial and banking markets, his expertise in equity management and his financial vision of shareholding structures.

Flavia Buarque de Almeida

Ms. Flavia Buarque de Almeida serves as Director of the Company. From 1989 to 2003, she was a Consultant and Partner at McKinsey & Company. She also served as an Independent Director of Lojas Renner and as a Director of the Grupo Camargo, which includes Camargo Corrêa, Camargo Corrêa Cimentos (now Intercement), Construções e Comércio Camargo Corrêa, Alpargatas, and Santista Têxtil. In addition, she was Director of Harvard University’s Board of Overseers. From November 2009 to April 2013, she was a Partner with the Monitor group, in charge of its operations in South America. From May 2003 to September 2009, she served as the Managing Director of Participações Morro Vermelho. In July 2013, Flavia Buarque de Almeida joined the Península Group as head of the Private Equity business. She became Managing Director in January 2016 and then Partner at Península Capital later in 2016. She has also been a Director of W2W e-Commerce de Vinhos SA since August 2016, of BRF SA since April 2017 and of Ultrapar Participações SA since May 2019. Flavia Buarque de Almeida brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of her experience and knowledge of the financial and banking markets, as well as her financial vision of shareholding structures, her knowledge of the mass retail industry, strategy and corporate governance, and her international experience. She also lends to the Board of Directors her experience in listed companies and her experience as a Director of national and international listed companies.

Abilio Diniz

Mr. Abilio Diniz serves as Director of the Company. A seasoned retail professional, Abilio Diniz co-founded Grupo Pão de Açúcar with his father and served as Chairman of the Board of Directors from 1993 to 2013. He was a member of the Brazilian National Monetary Council between 1979 and 1989. Abilio Diniz has a degree in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and since 2010, has been teaching a course at FGV called “Leadership 360º”, which aims to train and coach young leaders. He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of BRF, the world’s largest animal protein exporter, from 2013 to 2018 and is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Península group, his family’s group of investment companies. Abilio Diniz brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his experience and expertise in retail and consumer goods, knowledge of retail business, global strategy, private equity and governance, as well as his financial view of shareholding structures, international knowledge and experience in listed companies and as a Director of national and international listed companies.

Thierry Faraut

Mr. Thierry Faraut serves as Director Representing Employees of the Company. Thierry Faraut joined the Carrefour group in 1996. After two years as an intern, he became a Butchery department manager, first in Lyon, then in Marseille. In 2003, he was named central trade union delegate for Continent France and later for Carrefour hypermarkets in 2006. In 2010, he oversaw the French national trade union of Carrefour managers (Syndicat National de l’Encadrement Carrefour – SNEC) and became trade union delegate for the Carrefour group. With SNEC, he participated in partnerships with Carrefour and humanitarian organisations working on behalf of underprivileged children in Senegal and Benin. In addition, he was a member of the Group Committee (Comité de Groupe français Carrefour). He was elected Vice-Chairman of the food industry section of the French federation of management trade unions (Fédération CFE-CGC) in November 2019. Thierry Faraut brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his experience working directly with customers, his precise knowledge of the Group’s store formats and markets and his overall understanding of the mass retail industry. His vision, which takes into account both economic and labour issues, has been shaped by his experience working with trade unions.

Patricia Moulin Lemoine

Ms. Patricia Moulin Lemoine serves as Director of the Company. After graduating from Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris in 1970, with a public service degree, she was admitted as an attorney in 1971 and practiced between 1972 and 2014 with expertise in employment, commercial, intellectual property and family law. In addition, she taught civil and insurance law to employees of Assurances Générales de France (1977-1994) and labour law at the University of Paris VIII’s Sociology department (1985-1992). Patricia Moulin Lemoine brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of her knowledge of the retail sector, as well as experience in corporate governance and corporate social responsibility.

Martine Saint-Cricq

Ms. Martine Saint-Cricq serves as Director Representing Employees of the Company. Martine Saint-Cricq joined the Carrefour group in 1983 as an employee at the Carrefour Labège store. In 1987, she was elected employee representative for the Force Ouvrière (FO) trade union. After being elected to a variety of positions as representative within the Group, she held the position of secretary to the Group Committee. She simultaneously held positions with UNI Europa Commerce, UNI Europa (Women’s Conference) and UNI Global Union (World Congress). Martine Saint-Cricq has also served on the Board of Directors of the Carrefour Foundation since January 19, 2009. Since October 2007, she has been a member of the UNI Europa and UNI Global Union Women’s Committees. She has also been a member of the UNI Europa Commerce Steering Committee since June 2011. In addition, until June 2018 she acted as secretary in charge of equality for FGTA FO, a federation of workers in the agriculture, food and tobacco industries in France. Martine Saint-Cricq brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of her perspective as an employee and her knowledge of the Group, its store formats and markets. Her experience working with trade unions on a national and international level and especially her expertise in equal rights allow her to make a valuable contribution to evaluating these subjects in a multinational environment.

Claudia Almeida e Silva

Ms. Claudia Almeida e Silva serves as Independent Director of the Company. She began her career in 1997 as a consultant at Coopers & Lybrand in Portugal, then at PricewaterhouseCoopers where she was appointed manager of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) practice in 1999. In 2002, Cláudia Almeida e Silva joined the Conforama retail group in Portugal, where she served as Commercial Director in charge of Marketing, Supply Chain and Product Management. In 2005, she joined Fnac, where she became general manager of the Portuguese subsidiary in 2008 and, from 2013, member of the Group Executive Committee in charge of supervising Spain and Brazil. She is a graduate of the Lisbon School of Business and Economics, of which she is now an Executive in Residence. Her in-depth knowledge of the start-up sector and retail experience in Southern Europe and Brazil are valuable assets to support the Group’s transformation plan, "Carrefour 2022".

Stephane Courbit

Mr. Stephane Courbit serves as Independent Director of the Company. The same year, he founded Lov Group, a holding company that invests in audiovisual production, luxury hotels, the Internet and energy. The merger between Banijay Group and Zodiak in February 2016 put Stéphane Courbit at the helm of one of the largest audiovisual production companies in the world. In October 2019, the Banijay Group agreed to acquire the Endemol Shine Group subject to approval from the competition authorities, which would make it the world’s leading audiovisual production group. Stéphane Courbit is the Chief Executive Officer of Lov Group, a company primarily oriented towards audiovisual production, online betting and luxury hotels. Stéphane Courbit brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his extensive experience gained as an entrepreneur in the media and Internet sectors and as the leader of a global company, as well as his skills and expertise in content production and digital media.

Aurore Domont

Ms. Aurore Domont serves as Independent Director of the Company. Aurore Domont holds a Master’s degree in Business law from Paris I - Panthéon Sarbonne University. She began her career at CEP Communication before joining the Lagardère Publicité group in 1996, where she notably held the position of Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Radio and Press. In January 2011, Aurore Domont was appointed Executive Director of Prisma Pub, the advertising arm of the Prisma Media group. In August 2013, she became the President of FigaroMedias and a member of the Executive Committee of the Figaro group. Aurore Domont brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of her experience in global and omni-channel communication strategies and in the digital transformation of businesses. Her work has also given her a solid understanding of various areas of digital technology, including data management, social media, programming, mobile and video.

Charles Edelstenne

Mr. Charles Edelstenne serves as Independent Director of the Company. He went on to hold posts such as Deputy Secretary General, Secretary General and Executive Deputy Chairman, Economic and Financial Affairs, before being appointed to the Board in 1989. He was elected as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2000, a combined role he held until January 8, 2013. Founder, Chief Executive Officer and current Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dassault Systèmes SE. Charles Edelstenne brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of his experience as an executive and Director of multinationals and listed companies, as well as his expertise in finance and his knowledge of digital transformation and innovation.

Mathilde Lemoine

Ms. Mathilde Lemoine serves as Independent Director of the Company. She started her career as a teacher and researcher and subsequently held the position of Economist and General Secretary of the Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Économiques (OFCE). She then became a member of several ministerial offices where she contributed her knowledge of international macro-economic affairs, helped to prepare Ministerial Conferences at the WTO and was responsible for advising the Prime Minister on tax matters. She was an external examiner (rapporteur) for the Expert Conference on the Climate and Energy Contribution (2009) and a member of the Commission for the Liberation of Growth, known as the Attali Commission (2010). She participated in a government task force reporting on the competitiveness drivers of French industry, and contributed her expertise on the French economy. She was a member of the Conseil d’Analyse Économique and the Commission Économique de la Nation. In 2013, she was appointed to the Haut Conseil des Finances Publiques (HCFP) for a five-year renewable term, in which role she analyses public finance in France and its consistency with European commitments. From 2006 to 2015 she was Director of Economic Research and Market Strategy at HSBC France and member of the Executive Committee and Senior Economist at HSBC Global Research. She is currently Group Chief Economist of Edmond de Rothschild. She joined the group to set up an Economic Research department and lead a team of economists to propose structural analyses, an assessment of short- and medium-term macroeconomic risks and international macroeconomic forecasts. She has also been a Professor at Sciences Po Paris since 1996.

Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon

Ms. Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon serves as Independent Director of the Company. Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon is a graduate of Institut d’études politiques de Paris and has a degree in law. After working in print media and television, she founded Carat Interactive in 1997. In 2001, she was Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Consodata North America. Following this experience, in 2004, she became Head of Aegis Media France and Southern Europe. Between 2010 and 2018, she held the position of Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Auféminin. In July 2018, she founded Factor K, in which the NRJ group subsequently acquired a minority holding. Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon has also been a member of the French Competition Authority (Autorité de la concurrence) since 2014 and teaches at Institut d’études politiques de Paris. Marie-Laure Sauty de Chalon brings to the Board of Directors the benefit of her digital expertise and experience working internationally at companies blending online retail and content in order to help the Group achieve its digital transformation.

Lan Yan

Ms. Lan Yan serves as Independent Director of the Company. Lan Yan obtained a Bachelor’s degree in French Literature from the Beijing University of Foreign Languages in 1981, an LLM in law from Beijing University in 1984 and a Doctorate in law (PhD) from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva in 1991. She was a Research Associate at Harvard law School from 1987 to 1988 and was admitted to the Paris Bar Association in 1994. In 1991, Lan Yan joined the Beijing office of Gide Loyrette Nouel and became the first female foreign partner in 1997. She has been their Chief Representative since 1998. She was also an arbitrator for the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), as well as for the China Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Lan Yan joined Lazard Bank in April 2011 and is now Vice-Chair of Investment Banking and Chair & CEO of Lazard Greater China.

Selma Bekhechi