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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Suzanne Heywood

51 2020 Executive Chairperson of the Board, Acting Chief Executive Officer

Stefano Pampalone

2019 President Construction, General Manager - Asia, Middle East and Africa, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Oddone Incisa

2020 Chief Financial Officer, President - Financial Services , Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Gerrit Marx

2019 President Commercial and Specialty Vehicles

Jayanthi Iyengar

2019 Chief Technology Officer

Luc Billiet

2019 General Manager - Aftermarket Solutions , Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Vilmar Fistarol

2019 General Manager South America, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Brad Crews

2020 General Manager - North America

Hubertus Muhlhauser

51 2020 Executive Director

Tom Eugeen Verbaeten

2019 Chief Supply Chain Officer

Derek Neilson

2019 President - Agriculture, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Annalisa Stupenengo

2019 President - Powertrain, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Andreas Weishaar

45 2019 Chief Strategy, Talent, ICT and Digital Officer, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC)

Alessandro Nasi

46 2019 Non-Executive Director

Leo Houle

72 2013 Senior Non-Executive Independent Director

John Lanaway

69 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Silke Scheiber

47 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Lorenzo Simonelli

47 2019 Non-Executive Independent Director

Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker

66 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Jacques Theurillat

61 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Federico Donati

Head of Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Suzanne Heywood

Ms. Suzanne Heywood has been appointed as Executive Chairperson of the Board of the Company effective 1/4/2021. Lady Heywood became a Managing Director of EXOR in 2016. Prior to that she worked at McKinsey & Company which she joined as an associate in 1997 and left as a Senior Partner (Director) in 2016. Lady Heywood co-led McKinsey’s global service line on organization design for several years and also worked extensively on strategic issues with clients across different sectors. She has published a book, “Reorg,” and multiple articles on these topics and has also acted as a visiting lecturer at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Lady Heywood started her career in the U.K. Government as a Civil Servant in the U.K. Treasury. At the Treasury, she worked as Private Secretary to the Financial Secretary (who is responsible for all direct taxation issues) as well as leading thinking on the Government’s privatization policy and supporting the Chancellor in Her negotiations at ECOFIN (the meeting of European Finance Ministers) in Brussels. Prior to that she studied science at Oxford University (BA) and then at Cambridge University (PhD). Lady Heywood is also a Board Member of The Economist (where she is an Audit Committee member), a nonexecutive director of Chanel, a director of the Royal Opera House (where she is the Deputy Chair) and of the Royal Academy of Arts Trust. She grew up sailing around the world for ten years on a yacht with her family recreating Captain James Cook’s third voyage around the world. Born in 1969, British citizenship. Date of first appointment: April 15, 2016.

Stefano Pampalone

Mr. Stefano Pampalone serves as President Construction, General Manager - Asia, Middle East and Africa, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. He is no longer General Manager - Asia, Middle East and Africa, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. He also is its Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC). Since joining CNH in 1998, Mr. Pampalone’s career has been focused on international assignments. In 2001, after gaining commercial experience in parts and whole goods in Poland, India, Africa and the Middle East, he was appointed Business Manager Southern Africa and Iran for all Fiat Group Agricultural Brands. In 2004 he became Marketing Director for Agricultural Equipment in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. From 2006 to 2007 he first served as Business Director for the CNH Agricultural Business in Italy, and subsequently held the position of Business Director Africa & Middle East. In 2009 he was appointed General Manager of the Agricultural and Construction Equipment Business in India and Pakistan. From February 2013, he held the role of General Manager for CNH in India, South East Asia and Japan, before assuming responsibility for the entire APAC region. Mr. Pampalone holds a degree in Engineering from the University of Trieste, Italy and an MBA from Profingest of Bologna, Italy.

Oddone Incisa

Mr. Oddone Incisa serves as Chief Financial Officer, President - Financial Services , Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. Prior to joining CNH Industrial in his current position, Mr. Incisa had been CEO and General Manager of FGA Capital (now FCA Bank) since March 2011. Mr. Incisa started his professional career with the Fiat Group in the finance team of Fiat Bank in Germany in 1997. He spent four years with this team and ultimately became Head of Control and Treasury. In 2001, he moved to Brazil and was the CFO of Banco Fiat for two years. Mr. Incisa then moved to Turin, Italy in 2003 as the Head of Financial Planning & Analysis for Fidis Retail and FGA Capital. In 2008, he moved to Racine, Wisconsin as the CFO for CNH Capital. Mr. Oddone Incisa holds a degrees in Economics, cum laude, from the University of Turin and a Master’s degree in Management from ESCP-Europe (formerly, EAP) Paris, Oxford and Berlin.

Gerrit Marx

Mr. Gerrit Marx Ph.D. serves as President Commercial and Specialty Vehicles of the Company. Mr. Marx has some 20 years’ experience in roles of increasing importance in different geographies and in a variety of industrial segments, with specific, in-depth focus on automotive industries. He has held positions as a consultant, manager, and most recently was an Operating Partner at Bain Capital, a global private equity firm. From 1999 to 2007 he worked at McKinsey & Company, a global consulting firm, focusing on operational improvement programs in the automotive and aerospace industries in Europe, Brazil, and Japan. In 2007 Mr. Marx joined Daimler AG, heading the global controlling function for product (vehicles and powertrain components) and market-entry / merger and acquisition projects across three truck brands in North America, Europe and Asia. In 2009 he moved to China and became President and Chief Executive Officer of Daimler Trucks China, and subsequently was the President of Skoda China with Volkswagen AG, overseeing imports as well as joint venture business relationships in both roles.

Jayanthi Iyengar

Ms. Jayanthi Iyengar serves as Chief Technology Officer of the Company. Most recently at Xylem Inc., where she served as Senior Vice President, Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, Eaton Aerospace, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors. As CTO, Ms. Iyengar will be a member of the GEC.

Luc Billiet

Mr. Luc Billiet serves as General Manager - Aftermarket Solutions , Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. He is also its Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC). He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. He began his career with Volkswagen in Brussels, Belgium, where he spent 19 years in many positions related to Supply Chain. During this period he had the opportunity to work for four years in Germany and for six years in Brazil. His last role in Brazil, before moving to Fiat in Italy, was as Managing Director Parts and Accessories LATAM. Luc joined Fiat in 2005 with responsibility for Logistics for the Car and Light Commercial Vehicles sector. Three years later he joined CNH, where he served as Head of Supply Chain Management and after two years, Head of Precision Solutions & Telematics, Training Services and Network Development. He moved to FCA in 2013 as Head of Supply Chain for the EMEA region, a role he also held for the LATAM region from 2014. In February 2015 Luc was appointed President of CNH Industrial’s Precision Solutions & Telematics organization, a position he held until July 2016.

Vilmar Fistarol

Mr. Vilmar Fistarol serves as General Manager South America, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. He also is its Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC). Prior to this, Mr. Fistarol was appointed Head of Group Purchasing for Fiat Chrysler and named a member of the Fiat Chrysler Group Executive Council (GEC) on September 1, 2011. Mr. Fistarol was appointed Director of Human Resources with Fiat Group Automobiles Latin America in June 2010. Concurrently, he was appointed Executive Vice President of Fiat Group Automobiles Argentina. Prior to this role, he was President and CEO of Teksid (Fiat Group Foundry NAFTA and Mercosul) from January 2008. From 2005 to 2007, he was Vice President of Purchasing for Fiat in Latin America. From 2001 to 2005, during the joint venture GM-Fiat WW Purchasing, he was the Vice President for Purchasing Operations Fiat Latin America and Vice President of Powertrain and Metallic Purchasing for Latin America, Africa and Middle East. From 1991 to 2001, he served in various roles within Purchasing including Director of Fiat Auto Argentina Purchasing, Purchasing Director of Fiat Auto Metallic Italy and Director of Purchasing for GM-Fiat Powertrain Europe. Mr. Fistarol worked in various roles for Agrale from 1981 to 1991 and for the Metallurgical Division of Abramo Eberle-casting from 1978 to 1980. He trained in metallurgy at the Technical School Tupy- SC, and graduated in Business Administration at the University of Caxias do Sul, in addition to obtaining an MBA in FDC/Kellogg School of Management in the U.S. and an MBA in FDC/INSEAD in France. Mr. Fistarol was President of Brazil SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) in 2007-2008 and still serving as a member of the Advisory Board.

Brad Crews

Mr. Brad Crews serves as General Manager - North America of the Company. Brad Crews has over 25 years of experience with CNH Industrial in manufacturing, quality and operations. He first joined the Company in 1994 and has held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility including that of Chief Quality Officer. Mr. Crews held the position of Chief Operating Officer NAFTA from 2014 – 2017, and was President, Agricultural Equipment Product Segment from 2015 – 2017. Mr. Crews retains his responsibilities as Brand President for the Case IH and STEYR agricultural brands.

Hubertus Muhlhauser

Mr. Hubertus M. Muhlhauser serves as Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Mühlhäuser brings extensive leadership experience at multinational industrial companies and a deep knowledge of the agricultural and construction sector, as well as strategic expertise. Prior to joining CNH Industrial, he was appointed President, CEO and Director of Welbilt Inc., a leading manufacturer of food service equipment, in 2015. Before joining Welbilt Inc., he dedicated two years to his family business, the tunneling specialist Mühlhäuser Holding Ltd., which he successfully restructured. From 2006 to 2013 he held positions of increasing importance at AGCO Corporation, a global agricultural equipment manufacturer. Initially Hubertus was the Senior Vice President of Strategy and Integration and was subsequently appointed Senior Vice President of AGCO’s global engine division. In 2009 he assumed the role of Senior Vice President Eastern Europe and Asia, and in 2012 became Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, AGCO’s largest business region. Hubertus M. Mühlhäuser started his career at Arthur D. Little in Zurich, Switzerland in 1994, where he was appointed Global Head of the Strategy & Organization practice in 2000. He was also a member of the Global Executive Team. Mr. Mühlhäuser, who is fluent in four languages, holds an MBA from the European Business School of Wiesbaden and Oestrich-Winkel. He serves on the Board of Cormoran de Bilbao SL, of Bilbao, Spain and is also a Member of the Board of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Washington D.C., USA, a member of the Business Roundtable, and serves on the Board of Trustees of the University of Tampa, Florida, USA.

Tom Eugeen Verbaeten

Mr. Tom Eugeen Verbaeten serves as Chief Supply Chain Officer of the Company.V. since February 20, 2015. He is also its Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC). He joined CNH in 1994, performing various roles in the Antwerp Plant including Team Leader and Production Unit Manager for both assembly and machining areas. In 2006 he was appointed Plant Manager of Antwerp and in 2009 he became Plant Manager for the harvesting plant in Zedelgem. In 2011, Mr. Verbaeten assumed responsibility for Manufacturing Operations of Agricultural Equipment in Europe. In addition to his role in Agriculture, Mr. Verbaeten took responsibility for all Construction Equipment plants in Europe from 2013. He has also managed the Global World Class Manufacturing activities since 2014, in addition to his operational role. Mr. Verbaeten holds an Engineering degree from the University of Leuven.

Derek Neilson

Mr. Derek James Neilson serves as President - Agriculture, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. He has been Chief Operating Officer - EMEA since February 20, 2015. He is also Member of its Group Executive Council (GEC). Since 2015 he has been President of Commercial Vehicles Products Segment. He first joined CNH Industrial in 1999 with responsibility for the Basildon (UK) Plant Engine Manufacturing Business Unit. He later advanced to take the lead of the Tractor Manufacturing Business Unit. In 2004, Mr. Neilson was appointed Plant Manager of CNH’s Basildon (UK) tractor facility. In 2007, he became Vice President of Agricultural Manufacturing, Europe, a role he held until assuming global responsibilities for Agricultural Manufacturing in 2010. From 2012 to 2015 he served as Chief Manufacturing Officer for CNH Industrial. Mr. Neilson holds a BTEC HNC in Mechanical and Production Engineering.

Annalisa Stupenengo

Ms. Annalisa Stupenengo serves as President - Powertrain, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. She is also its Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC). She has extensive international experience in the Powertrain sector that she gained through roles of increasing importance and scope within the CNH Industrial and FCA groups. Ms. Annalisa Stupenengo started her career in 1996 in the Sales & Marketing area of Fiat Group. In 2000, after leading a cost reduction task force and being the CEO assistant in Morocco, she moved to the GM Fiat Worldwide Purchasing joint venture. Following this, she assumed the role of Purchasing Platform Manager and was responsible for an international team based in Sweden and Italy. From 2003 to 2005 she managed the electrical and electronic components division, a position she also held for FGA Company Purchasing until 2006, when she was appointed Global Commodity Purchasing Director and created the new Powertrain Purchasing department in Fiat Powertrain Technologies SpA. In 2008 Ms. Stupenengo became Powertrain System Commodity Director at Fiat Group Purchasing and, in July of the same year, she was appointed Vice President of the Electrical Commodity & FPT Sector with global responsibility. Subsequently, she was appointed Senior Vice President of Purchasing at CNH, with joint responsibility for Mechanical Commodity at Fiat Group Purchasing. In January 2013 she became Head of Group Purchasing EMEA Region for Fiat Chrysler and Chief Purchasing Officer for CNH Industrial. Ms. Annalisa Stupenengo has been a member of the CNH Industrial Group Executive Council (GEC) since September 2013 and in December 2015 she joined the Board of Directors at Welltec International ApS. Ms. Stupenengo earned a degree in Management Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Turin.

Andreas Weishaar

Mr. Andreas George Weishaar serves as Chief Strategy, Talent, ICT and Digital Officer, Member of the Group Executive Council (GEC) of the Company. Mr. Weishaar has some 20 years experience in senior roles in international business, with deep knowledge of the agricultural sector, as well as strategic and industrial expertise. Andreas G. Weishaar started his career at Arthur D. Little, a global management consultancy, in Zurich, Switzerland in 1999. He was rapidly promoted, and was appointed Senior Manager in the Strategy and Organization Practice in 2005. From 2005 to 2016 he held roles of increasing importance at AGCO Corporation, a global agriculture equipment manufacturer. Initially Andreas was Senior Manager for Strategy & Integration and was subsequently appointed Director and Vice President of the function in 2008 and 2009 respectively. In 2009 Mr. Weishaar assumed the role of Vice President Strategy & Integration and Operations for China, and in 2011 was promoted to the role of Vice President and Managing Director, China, responsible for the Company’s expansion in China, and their business in India and Pakistan. In 2014 he became Vice President and General Manager, Global Green Harvesting, overseeing the Company’s hay, forage and sugarcane businesses worldwide.

Alessandro Nasi

Mr. Alessandro Nasi serves as Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Nasi started his career as a financial analyst in several banks, gaining experience at Europlus Asset Management, a division of Unicredit in Dublin, Ireland, PricewaterhouseCoopers in Turin, Italy, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan in New York, USA. He also worked as an Associate in the Private Equity Division of JP Morgan Partners in New York, USA. Mr. Nasi joined the Fiat Group in 2005 as manager of Corporate and Business Development, heading the APAC division and supporting Fiat Group sectors in Asia Pacific. In 2007, Mr. Nasi was appointed Vice President of Business Development and a member of the Steering Committee of Fiat Powertrain Technologies. In 2008, he joined CNH in the role of Senior Vice President of Business Development and from 2009 to 2011 he also served as Senior Vice President of Network Development. In January 2011, he was also appointed Secretary of the Industrial Executive Council of Fiat Industrial, continuing in the role of Executive Coordinator to the successor Group Executive Council of CNH Industrial until January 2019. In 2013 he was appointed President Specialty Vehicles, a role he held until January 2019.

Leo Houle

Mr. Leo W. Huole serves as Senior Non-Executive Independent Director at CNH Industrial N.V. Mr. Houle was a Director of CNH Global N.V. from April 7, 2006 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial. On September 6, 2011, Mr. Houle was appointed to the Board of Directors of Chrysler Group LLC now known as FCA US LLC until June 2016 when all public debt of the company was repaid and its public listing ceased. Mr. Houle was Chief Talent Officer of BCE Inc. and Bell Canada, Canada’s largest communications company, from June 2001 until his retirement in July 2008. Prior to joining BCE and Bell Canada, Mr. Houle was Senior Vice- President, Corporate Human Resources of Algroup Ltd., a Swiss-based diversified industrial company. From 1966 to 1987, Mr. Houle held various managerial positions with the Bank of Montreal, the last of which was Senior Manager, Human Resources, Administration Centers. In 1987, Mr. Houle joined the Lawson Mardon Group Limited and served as Group Vice-President, Human Resources until 1994 when Algroup Ltd. acquired Lawson Mardon Group at which time he was appointed Head of Human Resources for the packaging division of Algroup and in 1997 Head of Corporate Human Resources of Algroup, Ltd. Mr. Houle completed his studies at the College Saint Jean in Edmonton, attended the Executive Development Program in Human Resources at the University of Western Ontario in 1987 and holds the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) from the Province of Ontario.

John Lanaway

Mr. John B. Lanaway serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Lanaway previously served as a director of CNH Global N.V. from 2006 to 2013. On September 6, 2011, Mr. Lanaway was appointed to the Board of Directors of Chrysler Group LLC now known as FCA US LLC until June 2016 when all public debt of the company was repaid and its public listing ceased. His work and academic background includes: 2011–Present, independent consultant; 2007-2011, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, North America at McCann Erickson; 2001-2007, various positions of increasing responsibility at Ogilvy North America, finally as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; 1999-2001, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at Geac Computer Corporation Limited; 1997-1999, Chief Financial Officer at Algorithmics Incorporated; 1995-1997, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Spar Aerospace; 1993-1994, Sector Vice President, Labels North America at Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1989-1993, Group Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1988-1989, General Manager at Lawson Mardon Graphics; 1985-1988, Vice President, Financial Reporting and Control at Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1980-1985, Client Service Partner at Deloitte; and 1971-1980 Student-Staff Accountant-Supervisor-Manager at Deloitte. Mr. Lanaway graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, C.A. and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto.

Silke Scheiber

Ms. Silke Christina Scheiber serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. She was at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. LLP, London, U.K. (“KKR”) from July 1999 to December 2015. She was a Member and Head of the European Industrials Group, responsible for identifying and executing a number of investment opportunities within the broader industrials space for KKR’s European private equity funds. From 1996 to 1999, Ms. Scheiber worked as a financial analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Company oHG, Frankfurt, Germany. Ms. Scheiber obtained her M.B.A. from the University of St. Gallen in St. Gallen, Switzerland, majoring in Finance and Accounting. Ms. Scheiber also attended the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris, France where she majored in European Management and International Business Studies. Ms. Scheiber currently holds a non-executive director role with Jungbunzlauer Holding AG, Basel, Switzerland and sits on the Board of Micro Focus International PLC, Newbury, England.

Lorenzo Simonelli

Mr. Lorenzo Simonelli serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. He is the Chairman, President and CEO of Baker Hughes, to GE company (BHGE), the world's first and only fullstream oil and gas company able to offer together cutting-edge equipment, digital services and solutions for the entire oil and gas value chain. The company was created in July 2017 following the merger of GE Oil & Gas and Baker Hughes. Before joining GE Oil & Gas, Lorenzo was President and CEO of GE Transportation, a world-leading company operating mainly in the field of rail and maritime transport. During the five years of his mandate, he expanded and diversified the Transportation business, focusing on advanced manufacturing, intelligent control systems and an innovative approach to new solutions to meet the most important challenges in the transport field. Lorenzo was also Chief Financial Officer for the Americas for the business of GE Consumer & Industrial, as well as General Manager, Product Management for GE Appliances, Lighting, Electrical Distribution and Motors. He joined the GE Financial Management Program (FMP) in 1994, during which he held a number of positions in GE International, GE Shared Services, GE Oil & Gas and Consolidated Financial Insurance. Lorenzo graduated in Business & Economics from Cardiff University in Wales. In January 2016, he received a master's degree honoris causa in Chemical Sciences from the University of Florence “as an acknowledgment for his excellent managerial commitment to develop advanced research in the field of chemical sciences, with particular attention to results that have technological importance

Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker

Mrs. Jacqueline A. Tammenoms Bakker serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company.V. Tammenoms Bakker studied at Oxford University (BA) and the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C. (MA). She joined Shell International in 1977 holding a number of positions in the Netherlands, the U.K. and Turkey. In 1989, she joined McKinsey where she worked as a consultant in the U.K. and the Netherlands until 1995 when she was appointed Vice- President Food Europe at Quest International (Unilever) in the Netherlands. In 1999, she moved to the public sector in the Netherlands, firstly as Director of GigaPort (a public-private initiative to roll out broadband networks), and then as Director-General of Freight Transport (2001-2004) and Director-General of Civil Aviation and Freight Transport (2004-2007) at the Dutch Ministry of Transport. In 2006, she was awarded the Légion d’Honneur for her contribution to cooperation between the Netherlands and France, and in 2006/2007 she chaired the High Level Group on the regulatory framework for civil aviation reporting to the EU Commissioner for Transport. Since 2008 Ms. Tammenoms Bakker has been an independent Board member; she is currently a Board member of TomTom (NL), Unibail Rodamco (FR), Groupe Wendel (FR) and Chairman of the Van Leer Group Foundation (NL). Previously she was a Board member of Vivendi (FR) (2010-2014) and Tesco PLC (U.K.) (2009-2015). Born in 1953, Dutch citizenship. Date of first appointment: September 29, 2013.

Jacques Theurillat

Mr. Jacques Theurillat serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. He is a member of the Boards of Vifor Pharma AG, Mundipharma Ltd., CNH Industrial N.V. and ADC Therapeutics S.A. He is a Partner at Sofinnova Crossover Found, an investment fund focused on life sciences. From April 2008 to August 2015, Mr. Theurillat served as CEO of Ares Life Sciences AG, a privately- owned investment fund with the objective to build and manage a portfolio of companies in life sciences. From March 2007 to March 2008, he has served as CEO and Chairman of Albea Pharmaceuticals AG, a Swiss company involved in venture financing for life sciences companies. Mr. Theurillat served as Serono’s SA Deputy CEO until December 2006. In addition to his role as Deputy CEO, he was appointed Senior Executive Vice President, Strategic Corporate Development in May 2006 and was responsible for developing Serono’s global strategy and pursuing its acquisition and in-licensing initiatives. From 2002 to 2006, Mr. Theurillat served as Serono’s President of European and International Sales & Marketing. In this position, he was responsible for Serono’s commercial operations in Europe, IBO, Asia-Pacific, Oceania/Japan, Latin America and Canada. He became a Board member in May 2000. From 1996 to 2002, Mr. Theurillat was Chief Financial Officer. He previously served as Managing Director of the Istituto Farmacologico Serono in Rome, where he started in 1994. In 1993, he was appointed Vice President Taxes and Financial Planning for Serono. In 1990-1993, Mr. Theurillat worked outside Serono, running his own law and tax firm. Before that, he was Serono’s Corporate Tax Director, a post to which he was appointed in 1988. He first joined Serono in 1987 as a Corporate Lawyer working on projects such as the company’s initial public offering. Mr. Theurillat is a Swiss barrister and holds Bachelor of Law degrees from both Madrid University and Geneva University. He also holds a Swiss Federal Diploma (Tax Expert) and has a Master’s degree in Finance.

Federico Donati