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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Peter Child

62 2020 Independent Chairman of the Board

Julie Walbaum

42 2019 Chief Executive Officer, Director

Michel-Alain Proch

50 2020 Independent Vice Chairman of the Board

Eric Bosmans

2019 Chief Financial Officer

Yohann Catherine

Operations Director

Stephane Mortelette

2020 Chief Human Resource Officer

Guillaume Apostoly

Information Systems Director

Marie-Laure Casse

Digital and Marketing Director

Philippe Chaumais

European Development Director

Agathe Lacoste

2019 Chief Product Officer

Julien Vigouroux

2019 Supply Chain Director

Catherine Filoche

Company Secretary, Head of Franchising and Business-to-Business Sales (BtoB)

Mustapha Oulkhouir

34 2018 Director, Employee Representative

Gilles Petit

64 2018 Director

Sophie Guieysse

57 2016 Independent Director

Marie-Christine Levet

53 2016 Independent Director

Nicolas Woussen

43 2016 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Peter Child

Mr. Peter Child serves as Independent Chairman of the Board of the Company. Mr. Peter Child spent 35 years with consulting firm McKinsey & Co, where he accompanied many major brands in their development strategy, particularly in the retail sector. Based in Paris, he was leader of the Retail & Consumer sector for France, then Europe, and then overall global leader for the retail sector. In 2005, he was appointed to the McKinsey & Co Shareholders’ Council, sitting on the Knowledge Committee (McKinsey's global committee responsible for the development of McKinsey's intellectual capital). In 2015, Peter Child joined the Hong Kong office to lead the Retail & Consumer business in Asia. As a board director, he accompanied the development of the start-up Atelier Cologne before its sale to the L'Oréal Group. Today he sits as an independent director on the Board of Aeon, the leading Japanese and Asian retail group, which he supports in particular in its strategy and governance.

Julie Walbaum

Ms. Julie Walbaum serves as Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. She was previously Executive Director, Digital, Customer Marketing, Customer Care and Shipping, in charge of all Maisons du Monde’s web shops, marketing activities for the web and stores, before and after sales customer relationships and store and customer shipping. Julie WALBAUM joined the company in 2014. She previously worked for two years at the Rocket Internet e-commerce incubator, where she developed and managed the French subsidiary of Westwing, an online shopping club specialising in home and living. She also has 11 years of experience in management consulting, having spent two years at Deloitte Consulting, then nine years at McKinsey & Company, at their Paris and London offices, specialising in retail. Julie began her career at a start-up offering online market surveys, developing its initiatives in France and in Spain. Julie is a graduate of ESSEC and holds an MBA from INSEAD Business School.

Michel-Alain Proch

Mr. Michel-Alain Proch serves as Independent Vice Chairman of the Board of the Company. Mr. Michel-Alain Proch was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Ingenico in February 2019, where he leads the Finance & Purchasing functions. He is a major contributor to the Group's transformation plan launched upon his arrival. Michel-Alain has more than 25 years of experience in finance, strategy, integration and transformation. From 2015 to 2018, based in New York, he was Senior Executive Vice President in charge of North American operations and then Director of Digital Strategy for Atos Group. As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Atos from 2007 to 2015, Michel-Alain Proch led several major acquisitions and successfully co-managed the IPO of Worldline. He was also named Best CFO (Europe, Software and IT Services) by Extel for four consecutive years. He was a member of Worldline's Board of Directors until 2016. Michel-Alain Proch had previously held management positions at Hermès in France and in the United States for 8 years. He began his career as a consultant with Deloitte & Touche in France and the United Kingdom.

Eric Bosmans

Yohann Catherine

Stephane Mortelette

Guillaume Apostoly

Marie-Laure Casse

Philippe Chaumais

Agathe Lacoste

Julien Vigouroux

Catherine Filoche

Mustapha Oulkhouir

Mr. Mustapha Oulkhouir serves as Director, Employee Representative of the Company. He has been Deputy Head of Employment and Social Affairs at Maisons du Monde since April 2016. As Head of individual and collective labour relations, he supports all Maisons du Monde French and foreign teams. He began his career in 2010 as a lawyer at the Inditex Group and has held various legal positions, specialising in employment law. He was responsible for industrial relations at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and the Bernard Hayot Group. He graduated with a Masters 2 in Employment law and industrial relations from the University Paris Ouest, Nanterre La Defense. He has also taught on the Masters 2 in Employment Law and Human Resources in Ile de France and Loire Atlantique.

Gilles Petit

Mr. Gilles Petit serves as Director of the Company. Gilles PETIT started his career in 1980 at Arthur Andersen before joining the Promodès group in 1989. During the merger between Promodès and Carrefour in 1999, Gilles PETIT was Chief Executive Officer of the hypermarkets division of Promodès in France. He was subsequently appointed Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Belgium in 2000 and served as Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour Spain from 2005 to 2008, upon which time he served as Chief Executive Officer of Carrefour France from 2008 to 2010. He joined Elior in 2010 as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Executive Committee and led the initial public offering of Elior on Euronext Paris in 2014. At the end of 2015, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Maisons du Monde, where he led the initial public offering in May 2016. Since July 2018, he has been a member of the Company’s Board of Directors.

Sophie Guieysse

Ms. Sophie Guieysse serves as Independent Director of the Company. She started her career in 1988 at the French Ministry of Equipment where she held different engineer positions in the field of urban development, housing, transportation and public infrastructures until 1997. Sophie Guieysse joined the LVMH Group in 1997 to source international high potential talents to serve the fast growth of all divisions and was successively promoted as human resources executive Vice-President of LVMH Watches & Jewelry, Sephora Europe and of the global LVMH Group. From 2005 to 2015, she was human resources executive Vice-President and a member of the Executive Committee of the CANAL+ Group. She was advisor to the Chairman of Dior from 2016 to 3 2017. She is the Human Resources Director of the Richemont Group since October 2017. She holds an MBA from the College des Ingenieurs and undergraduate and master’s degrees in engineering from the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees.

Marie-Christine Levet

Ms. Marie-Christine Levet serves as Independent Director of the Company. She was the CEO of several major French Internet companies between 1997 and 2009 (Lycos, Club-Internet/T-Online France and Groupe 01), prior to becoming a venture capitalist. She participated in the creation of Jaina Capital from 2010 to 2013, an investment fund specialising in early-stage start-ups, (notably Made.com, Sensee, La Ruche qui dit oui, Ouicar and Devialet, etc.). In October 2017, she launched the investment fund Educapital, the first European investment fund dedicated to the education and training sectors and their digital transformation. Marie-Christine LEVET graduated from HEC and holds an MBA from INSEAD.

Nicolas Woussen

Mr. Nicolas Woussen serves as Independent Director of the Company. He began his career in the M&A Department of Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in 2000. In 2005, he joined Casino Guichard Perrachon as Deputy Director of M&A in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States. In 2010, he joined Cdiscount as Deputy CEO in charge of Finance and supported its development in France and seven other countries as well as its IPO on the Nasdaq in 2014. He joined Showroomprivé.com in 2015 as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Finance and Development, where he oversaw the Company’s IPO on Euronext in 2015, as well as the Group’s first acquisitions in France and abroad. In 2017, he joined Camaieu as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Finance. Since 2018 he has been Chairman of Camaieu Group. Nicolas Woussen graduated from HEC.