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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Benoit de Ruffray

54 2016 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Energy Systems Division, Member of the Executive Committee

Jean-Francois Roverato

75 2015 Vice Chairman of the Board, Senior Director

Christian Cassayre

55 2011 Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Thierry Wolkiewiez

2020 Chief Executive Officer - France

Olivier Genis

59 2017 Chairman of the Construction Division, Member of the Executive Committee

Laurent Girou

2019 Chairman of Eiffage Route, Member of the Executive Committee

Marc Legrand

65 2017 Member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of Eiffage Concessions

Philippe Nourry

61 2018 President of French Motorway Concessions, Chairman of A'lienor, Member of the Executive Committee

Guillaume Sauve

47 2019 Chairman of Eiffage Genie Civil and Chairman of Eiffage Metal, Member of the Executive Committee

Laurent Dupont

55 2012 Director - Representative of Employee Shareholders

Therese Cornil

77 2011 Independent Director

Bruno Flichy

81 2019 Independent Director

Odile Georges-Picot

64 2018 Independent Director

Jean Guenard

73 2019 Independent Director

Marie Lemarie

48 2012 Independent Director

Dominique Marcel

64 2016 Independent Director

Isabelle Salaun

58 Independent Director

Carol Xueref

64 2016 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Benoit de Ruffray

Mr. Benoit de Ruffray serves as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Energy Systems Division, Member of the Executive Committee of the Company. He is Member of the Strategy and CSR Committee. He is an alumni of the French engineering schools Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees and holds a master's degree from Imperial College London. He began his career in 1990 in the Bouygues group, where he was Chief Executive Officer of Dragages Hong Kong from 2003 to 2007 before being appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Bouygues Batiment International in 2008. He moved to Soletanche Freyssinet (Vinci Group) in 2015 as Chief Executive Officer. He is currently also Chairman of Eiffage Energie Systemes, Clemessy, Eiffage Energie Telecom and Financiere Eiffage, among others.

Jean-Francois Roverato

Mr. Jean-Francois Roverato serves as Vice Chairman of the Board, Senior Director of the Company. He started work as an engineer in the construction department of the French Ministry of Public Works (1969-72). He then became Technical Advisor to the French Secretary of State for Housing (1971-72) before being appointed Senior manager at the social housing provider Office Public d’HLM du Val-de-Marne (1972-74). He took up a position as General Manager of Guiraudie & Auffève SA (1975), moving that same year to the Fougerolle group (which became Eiffage in 1993), where he worked successively as Senior Manager until 1980, before serving as Chief Executive Officer of Fougerolle Construction (1980-82), Fougerolle France (1982-84) and Fougerolle International (1984-85), then as Chief Executive Officer of Fougerolle (1985-87), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fougerolle and later Eiffage (1987-2011), then finally Chairman (2016). He was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the APRR group (2006-11), Chairman of AREA (2006-12), and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Forclum (1987-89 and 1991-94), Société Chimique de la Route (SCR) and Gerland Routes (1994-95) and Société Auxiliaire d’Entreprises (SAE) (1996-98). He held the office of Chairman of the Board of Governors of ENPC engineering school (2006-09), Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration (immigration museum located at Porte Dorée in Paris) (2007-09), and Chairman of ASFA, the French association of motorway companies (2009-12).

Christian Cassayre

Mr. Christian Cassayre serves as Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee of the Company. He is a graduate of Toulouse Business School (formerly ESC Toulouse). He was Named Administrative Manager at Campenon Bernard in 1990, then Administrative and Financial Director, Europe, in 1998. In 2001, he joined Vinci Construction Grands Projets before being appointed Chief Financial Officer and member of the Management committee in 2006, then head of financial coordination of the Grands Projets division in 2010.

Thierry Wolkiewiez

Mr. Thierry Wolkiewiez serves as Chief Executive Officer - France of the Company. Thierry Wolkiewiez began his career with ExxonMobil in 1998, where he held a number of managerial roles in the areas of strategic planning, logistics and trading. In 2004, he joined the Vallourec Group, where he performed operational management and project coordination roles in Brazil, before taking charge of strategy for the Group's casing and tubing division. He subsequently took responsibility for commercial management in the drilling products division and the development of organisations in North America and France.

Olivier Genis

Mr. Olivier Genis serves as Chairman of the Construction Division, Member of the Executive Committee of the Company. Prior to this, he was Chief Executive Officer of Construction Division, Member of the Executive Committee at the Company since October 2016. He joined the Company right after graduating from the French engineering school ESTP in 1983. He began his career in the United States as design engineer. Back in France in 1987, he became agency manager, deputy regional manager of Eiffage Construction Centre Est, in 2009, regional manager of the Grand Est sector. In early 2012, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Eiffage Construction and Chairman and deputy Director of Eiffage Benelux.

Laurent Girou

Marc Legrand

Mr. Marc Legrand serves as Member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of Eiffage Concessions of the Company. He has previously been Member of the Executive Committee and Chairman of Eiffage Rail Express at Eiffage S.A. since 2011. He is an alumni of Ecole Polytechnique and a Ponts de Chaussees civil engineer. He carried out a number of missions in the civil service before taking over as the head of the Public Works department of Quillery in 1989. In 2001, he was appointed CEO of Compagnie Eiffage du Viaduc de Millau, then, in 2005, Chairman of TP Ferro.

Philippe Nourry

Mr. Philippe Nourry serves as President of French Motorway Concessions, Chairman of A'lienor, Member of the Executive Committee of the Company. He has previously been Member of the Executive Committee, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of APRR, Chief Executive Officer of AREA. He is a graduate of Ecole des Mines de Paris with a degree in civil engineering and a graduate of IFG. He started his career in 1982 at Gerland Routes, which joined the Eiffage group in 1993. He held various operational functions with Eiffage's Roads division, notably regional director for the Grand Sud-Est. In 2006, he took over the operational management of APRR and AREA and was named Deputy CEO in 2008. He was also appointed Chairman and CEO of Compagnie Eiffage du Viaduc de Millau and Chairman of Adelac (A41 Nord motorway). In 2011 he became Chairman and CEO of APRR and AREA. He is also Vice Chairman of ASFA.

Guillaume Sauve

Laurent Dupont

Mr. Laurent Dupont serves as Director - Representative of Employee Shareholders of the Company. He started his career as a Works Supervisor (1988-2000), before occupying the positions of Works Manager (2000-2002), Area Manager (2002-07), Deputy Operational Manager (2007-12), Operational Manager (2012-18) and Principal Operational Manager (2019). He was responsible for the following major projects: La Vache Noire shopping centre (€110 million, 2005-07), Ateliers Hermès (€85 million, 2009-11) and Centre Bus Paris 14° (€110 million, 2014-17). Laurent Dupont has had a permanent employment contract with the Group since 2 January 1988. This is a traditional permanent contract with a three-month notice period.

Therese Cornil

Ms. Therese Cornil serves as Independent Director of the Company. Working for semi-public companies, Thérèse Cornil has held various positions in the property, construction and urban development sectors. She worked for 16 years at RIVP, initially in support functions (development of agreements, Board secretary), then operational positions (property acquisitions, urban development and property development projects). For the next 18 years, she served as Chief Executive Officer of Semapa, the company responsible for developing the Austerlitz-Masséna district of Paris. In 2004, Thérèse Cornil was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of RIVP, where she oversaw the restructuring of its capital and assets. From 2008 to 2012, she was Chairman of CNVF, the French railway development board, which was created to facilitate sales of development land by SNCF to local authorities.

Bruno Flichy

Mr. Bruno Flichy serves as Independent Director of the Company. He started his career as an engineer for the French Ministry of Public Works from 1964 to 1969, before being appointed Chief of Staff at the French Treasury from 1969 to 1972. He then worked for Société Générale between 1972 and 2002 as Deputy Director of Major Corporate Accounts (1981-84); Head of Africa, Latin America, Continental Europe (1984-87); Head of the French Network (1991-95); Deputy Managing Director, Retail and Corporate Clients (1995-97) and was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Crédit du Nord (1997-2002). He was a member of the Board for the Conseil de la Concurrence (French competition authority) (2002-08), director of Dexia Banque Belgique (2003-10) and Crédit du Nord (1997-2019). He was a member of the Supervisory Board (2002-08) and then director (2008-16) at Aviva France.

Odile Georges-Picot

Ms. Odile Georges-Picot serves as Independent Director of the Company. She started her career in France’s Ministry of Public Works, Housing and Transport and in the Department of Administrative and Financial Affairs (1979-83), before moving to the Highways Department (1984-91). She joined motorway concession company Cofiroute in 1991 as General Counsel, then as Corporate Secretary. She served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Cofiroute from 2002 to 2008, when she joined the Sanef group as head of the Concessions Division, before being named Deputy Chief Executive Officer, a position she held until 2017.

Jean Guenard

Mr. Jean Guenard serves as Independent Director of the Company. He spent the first two years of his career with the Hauts-de-Seine public works directorate (DDE) working in road and town planning. He then worked 12 years at EMCC in a range of sectors, including river and maritime works, docks, harbours, dredging, pipelines, special foundations, civil and industrial engineering, holding positions as Works Manager, Branch Manager, Area Manager and Subsidiary Manager, in France and abroad. He has spent the last 30 years with the Eiffage Group, initially joining as Regional Manager before being appointed Chief Executive Officer of Quillery, Chairman of Eiffage TP and then of Eiffage Travaux Publics, Chairman of Compagnie Eiffage du Viaduc de Millau as well as Deputy Chairman of the FNTP and the Syndicat des Entrepreneurs de TP de France (union representing public works firms).

Marie Lemarie

Ms. Marie Lemarie serves as Independent Director of the Company. She began her career as an economist at Rexecode and then in asset management with State Street Bank, before joining the international insurance group Aviva in 2003. She then set up and headed the Investment department at Aviva France, leaving in 2011. In 2012, she joined the French insurance group Groupama, where she was head of investment management, mergers and acquisitions, financing and capital management. In 2018, she joined Scor Life Ireland as Chief Executive Officer

Dominique Marcel

Mr. Dominique Marcel serves as Independent Director of the Company. After completing his ENA degree, Dominique Marcel joined the French Treasury in 1983 as a civil administrator, advising a number of government departments. In 1995 he was appointed Deputy Manager in charge of savings, financial protection and financial markets at the French Treasury. In 1997, he joined the French Prime Minister’s office as Chief of Staff. He was appointed Head of Finance and Strategy at Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC) in November 2003. During his time in that position, he also sat on the boards of companies including Accor, Dexia and CNP Assurances. He became Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Strategy Committee of Compagnie des Alpes (CDA) in 2005, before being named Chairman of its Management Board in October 2008 and then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in March 2009.

Isabelle Salaun

Ms. Isabelle Salaun serves as Independent Director of the Company. She is also Chairman of the Audit Committee at the Company. She is former student of Ecole Normalne Superieure. She has doctoracte in mathematics. She was researcher and professor at Universite Paris VI and began her career at Alcatel. Then she spent 15 years in investment banking, at CCF, Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank. In 2006 she joined Natixis as responsible for mergers and acquisitions and member of the executive committee in role of Financial Communication Director.

Carol Xueref

Ms. Carol Xueref serves as Independent Director of the Company. She was assistant to the Trade Attaché at the British Embassy in Paris (1982-86) and Head of Division at the International Chamber of Commerce (1986-90). She was appointed Director for Legal and Tax Affairs at Banque Populaire Région Ouest de Paris (BPROP) in 1990. From 1993 to 1996 she headed the legal department at Crédit Lyonnais and then served as general counsel at CDR Immobilier. From 1996 to 2016, Carol Xueref was Head of Legal Affairs and Group Development and then Corporate Secretary at Essilor International, where she was also a member of the Executive Committee. She was a Board member of the Autorité de la Concurrence (French competition authority) from 2006 until late March 2019.