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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Carlos Ghosn

64 2014 Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Management Committee, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Clotilde Delbos

50 2016 Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Thierry Bollore

55 2018 Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Thierry Koskas

54 2016 Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Francois Roger

Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee

Bruno Ancelin

60 2014 Executive Vice President, Product Planning and Programs, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee

Jose-Vincente de los Mozos Obispo

56 2013 Executive Vice President Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee

Gaspar Gascon Abellan

53 2014 Executive Vice President of Engineering, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee

Jean-Christophe Kugler

56 2016 Executive Vice President, Chairman of Europe Region, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee

Mouna Sepehri

55 2011 Executive Vice President in charge of the Office of the CEO and Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee

Veronique Sarlat-Depotte

52 2016 Alliance Global Executive Vice President, Purchasing, and President of RNPO (Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization), Member of the Management Committee

Hakan Dogu

Alliance Global Vice President and Deputy Managing Director, Alliance Aftersales, Senior Vice President Aftersales, Groupe Renault, Member of the Management Committee

Thierry Pieton

48 2016 Senior Vice President, Group Controller, Member of the Management Committee

Philippe Brunet

54 Alliance Senior Vice President, Powertrain and EV Engineering, Member of the Management Committee

Philippe Buros

57 Senior Vice President, Market area France, Member of the Management Committee

Fabrice Cambolive

51 Senior Vice President, Chairman of the Africa-Middle East-India Region, Member of the Management Committee

Arnaud Deboeuf

51 2015 Alliance Senior Vice President - Renault-Nissan BV and Alliance CEO Office, Member of the Management Committee

Philippe Guerin-Boutaud

53 2018 Senior Vice President Renault Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction Groupe Renault, Member of the Management Committee

Ashwani Gupta

2017 Alliance Senior Vice President of the Alliance Light Commercial Vehicule Business, Member of the Management Committee

Ali Kassai

56 2015 Senior Vice President, Groupe Renault Product Planning, Member of the Management Committee

Nadine Leclair

60 2015 Senior Vice President, Expert Fellow, Member of the Management Committee

Nicolas Maure

58 2018 Senior Vice President, Chairman of Eurasian Region, Member of the Management Committee

Gilles Normand

56 2017 Senior Vice President - Electric Vehicle, Member of the Management Committee

Francois Provost

50 2017 Senior Vice President China Operations, Chairman of Asia-Pacific Region, Member of the Management Committee

Christian Steyer

58 Alliance Senior Vice President, Product Development 1, Member of the Management Committee

Mark Sutcliffe

54 Alliance Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Management and Industrial Strategy, Member of the Management Committee

Laurens van den Acker

52 Senior Vice President Corporate Design, Member of the Management Committee

Frederic Vincent

Chairman of Renault Digital and Head of Groupe Renault’s IT Systems, Member of the Management Committee

Olivier Murguet

52 Chairman of Americas Region, Member of the Management Committee

Frederic Barrat

45 2016 Director Elected by Employees

Pascal Faure

55 2013 Director representing the French State

Richard Gentil

50 2012 Director Elected by the Employees

Benoit Ostertag

53 2011 Representative of Employee Shareholders on the Board of Directors

Eric Personne

55 2012 Director Elected by the Employees

Martin Vial

64 2015 Director representing the French State

Yasuhiro Yamauchi

62 2017 Director appointed upon proposal of Nissan

Catherine Barba

45 2017 Independent Director

Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun

55 2017 Independent Director

Cherie Blair

63 2015 Independent Director

Marie-Annick Darmaillac

63 2017 Independent Director

Thierry Derez

61 2018 Independent Director

Pierre Fleuriot

2018 Independent Director

Philippe Lagayette

75 2007 Lead Independent Director

Olivia Qiu

51 2016 Independent Director

Yu Serizawa

60 2016 Independent Director appointed upon proposal of Nissan

Pascale Sourisse

56 2010 Independent Director

Patrick Thomas

71 2014 Independent Director

Thierry Huon

Investor Relations Director

Biographies

Name Description

Carlos Ghosn

Mr. Carlos Ghosn has been Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Management Committee, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Member of the Group Executive Committee of RENAULT S.A. since 2014. He was Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee and the Management Committee and Interim Chief Operating Officer since August 29, 2013. He has been Member of the Company's Nominating and Governance Committee as well. From 1996 to 1999, he was Executive Vice President of Renault SA. Then, he rejoined the Company as Director in April 2002, the function he held until May 2005 when he became Chief Executive Officer, Member of Group Executive Committee and Management Committee and Director of the Company. Subsequently, on May 6, 2009, he was appointed to the functions of Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee and the Management Committee of the Company. He joined Renault in 1996 as Deputy Chief Executive Officer. In addition to overseeing Renault’s operations in the Mercosur, he was also responsible for research, engineering and Automotive development, manufacturing, powertrain operations and purchasing. In 1999, he became the Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. He was appointed as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2001. As well as being Chief Executive Officer of the Group since May 2005, he was still the Chairman and CEO of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. He was appointed as Renault’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2009, and reappointed in 2014. He left his position as Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd on April 1, 2017, while keeping his office as Chairman. He has also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mitsubishi Motors since December 2016. He was also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russian AVTOVAZ from 2013 to 2016. He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole des Mines in Paris.

Clotilde Delbos

Ms. Clotilde Delbos has been Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 25, 2016. She is Member of the Renault Executive Committee and also Chairman of the Board of RCI Banque. She started her career in California, then at Price Waterhouse in Paris before joining the Pechiney Group in 1992. She held various positions in France and in Brussels in Internal Audit, Treasury and Mergers & Acquisitions to then become Division Financial Director (Bauxite Alumina and International Trade). After Pechiney's acquisition by Alcan, Ms. Delbos served as Vice President & Business Finance Director of the Engineered Products Division from 2005 up until it was sold in 2011 to Apollo Global Management (Private Equity Fund) and the Fonds Strategique d’Investissement. In the new company, Constellium, her last two positions were Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer. Ms. Delbos joined Groupe Renault in 2012 as Group Controller. On January 1, 2014, she became Member of the Renault Management Committee. On May 1, 2014, Ms. Delbos was appointed Alliance Global Director, Control, in addition to her current role as Senior Vice President, Groupe Renault Controller. She became a member of the Groupe Renault Board of Directors in 2014. She also became a member of the Board of Directors of RCI Banque in November 2014.

Thierry Bollore

Mr. Thierry Bollore has been Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee at RENAULT S.A. since February 19, 2018. He was Executive Vice President and Chief Competitive Officer, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. from September 10, 2013. Prior to this, he was Executive Vice-President for Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee of the Company from October 15, 2012. He holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Universite Paris Dauphine. He started his career in 1990 at Michelin, as shop manager in a heavy truck tire factory. In 1993, he became Chief of process and quality central Group for worldwide heavy truck factories, prior to taking the head of method group for heavy truck business units in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. In 1997, he moved to Japan, as Industrial Assistant of Michelin Passenger car factory, and to Thailand in 1998, as production manager in truck factory, before being named Managing Director of Truck and Aircraft Businesses. He was appointed Vice-President in charge of industry for Michelin Aircraft Business worldwide in 2002. Mr. Bollore joined Faurecia in 2005 to become Vice President Asia of Exhaust Systems Product Group, based in China, and then Vice-President worldwide in charge of Marketing, R&D, Programs, Strategy, Business Development. In 2010, he moved to Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, as Vice-President in charge of Europe and South Africa prior to becoming Vice-President worldwide, responsible for Industry, Quality and Purchasing.

Thierry Koskas

Mr. Thierry Koskas has been Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee of RENAULT S.A. since January 1, 2016. He is graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole des Mines de Paris. After seven years as a civil servant, working in Ministry of Industry and as advisor to the Minister of Agriculture, he joined Renault in 1997 as Manager of the New Distribution project. In 1998, he was named General Manager of Renault London City Branch, and in 2000 as Managing Director of Renault Hungary. In 2002, he returned to Renault headquarters as Vice President of Sales Forecasting and Programming. In 2006, he was appointed as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Asia and Africa Region; and in 2009, he was named Program Director, Electric Vehicles, where he led the development of Renault’s zero emission line. Mr. Koskas was in charge of operations of Renault in Argentina from late 2012 to 2015.

Francois Roger

Mr. Francois Roger serves as Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He joined Renault on June 1, 2018 as Deputy to Executive Vice President, Human Resources Groupe Renault. He spent his first years as a consultant in Total Rewards and Human Resources Management in Hay Management, now Korn Ferry Hay. François ROGER joined SC Johnson in 2000, as an international Compensation and Benefits Director and then held various International HR positions there. He joined Novartis in 2005 as Europe Head of Human Resources for the animal health division. He has spent 9 years in General Electric Healthcare as a Vice President Human Resources between 2008 and 2016. He supported various businesses and geographies. Lately, he was Vice President global Talent for BIC in Shelton, where he supported all talent initiatives, talent acquisition, learning and development across the globe. He graduated from Ecole de Management de Lyon (ESC Lyon 1995) in Finance and Human Resources.

Bruno Ancelin

Mr. Bruno Ancelin has been Executive Vice President, Product Planning and Programs, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since October 1, 2014. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President, Managing Director for Russia, Chairman of Eurasia Region, Member of the Management Committee of the Company from November 1, 2011. He was Senior Vice President, Managing Director for Russia and Chairman of the Eurasia Region as of October 1, 2010. Between May 2009 and November 1, 2011, he also served as Alliance Director of Global Sourcing for Renault Nissan BV. He holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Ecole des Mines de Paris, and he is Chief Engineer of the Corps des Mines. He joined Renault SA in 1982, in the research department. In 1987, he joined the manufacturing department at the Mans plant, first as Manager in the transmission department, then as the Manufacturing Process Manager. In 1992, he became Industrial Strategy Manager at the manufacturing technologies department and head of the department of the plan, at the engineering department in 1994. In 1996, he joined the Flins plant where he became Deputy Director in charge of manufacturing. In 1999, he became Supply Chain Director, and in April 2006, Program Director for Megane, Scenic and Koleos.

Jose-Vincente de los Mozos Obispo

Mr. Jose-Vincente de los Mozos Obispo has been Executive Vice President Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since September 10, 2013. On September 1, 2016 he was also appointed head of the Groupe Renault Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Department. He joined Renault in 1978 as an apprentice, before becoming part of the engineering team at the body assembly plant in Valladolid. In 1993, he relocated to France where he occupied a number of positions of responsibility with Renault’s Engineering division. He returned to Spain as head of the press shop at the Valladolid body assembly plant before becoming head of the press shop and body assembly department at the Palencia plant. In 2003, he joined Nissan Motor Iberica in Barcelona, as deputy managing director, before becoming managing director of Nissan Motor Iberica in 2005. One year later, he became Vice President in charge of Nissan industrial operations in Spain. In September 2008, he joined FICOSA (automotive supplier), as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Automotive department, a position he held until October 2009. Mr. de los Mozos Obispo then returned to Renault in January 2012 where he was appointed Vice President, manufacturing assembly plants, a post held alongside that of Chief Executive Officer of Renault Spain.

Gaspar Gascon Abellan

Mr. Gaspar Gascon Abellan has been Executive Vice President of Engineering, Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since June 3, 2014. He acted as Director of Powertrain Engineering at Renault SA as of November 1, 2012. He is a graduate of the Aeronautic Engineering School at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. He joined Renault in Spain in 1990 at the powertrain engineering department where he held a number of positions in the design office in process engineering, in particular as head of industrial development for engines at the Valladolid plant. In 2005 he joined the powertrain engineering department at head office as project director for the 1.5 dCi diesel powerplant. He was appointed director of all diesel engine projects in 2008 and director of powertrain planning, projects and partnerships in 2011.

Jean-Christophe Kugler

Mr. Jean-Christophe Kugler has been Executive Vice President, Chairman of Europe Region, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Group Executive Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 1, 2016. He served as Senior Vice President, Chairman of Eurasia Region and Member of the Management Committee since October 1, 2014. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President and Chairman of the Euromed Region at Renault SA since November 1, 2011 and has been Member of the Management Committee at Renault SA since January 4, 2010. From October 1, 2008 until November 1, 2011, he was Senior Vice President in charge of Light Commercial Vehicles. He joined Renault's process engineering R&D center in 1984. In 1989 he became Section Manager, Quality Control Engineering, before moving to the Maubeuge site in 1994 as Head of the Quality Department for the launch of Kangoo. In 1998 he took charge of the Quality Department at the Cordoba plant in Argentina. In 2000 he became Head of Production Vehicles with the Painted Body Engineering Department at Guyancourt, then Head of Body Shop Engineering between 2002 and 2005 and Assistant Director between 2005 and 2006. From 2006 to 2008 he was Director of the Small Commercial Vehicle Program and then Director of the I Range Program. Mr. Kugler holds an Engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Nantes.

Mouna Sepehri

Ms. Mouna Sepehri has been Executive Vice President in charge of the Office of the CEO and Member of the Group Executive Committee and Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 11, 2011. She oversees the functions that previously reported to the Corporate Secretary General, as well as the Legal and Corporate Services departments. She also coordinates Communication strategy. A law school graduate and member of the Paris Bar Association, Ms. Sepehri began her career as an attorney based first in Paris and then in New York, specializing in mergers and acquisitions and in corporate international law. She joined Renault SA in 1996 as Deputy General Counsel. She was involved with the Renault-Nissan Alliance from its founding in 1999. Ms. Sepehri joined the Office of the CEO in 2007 and was in charge of the management of the Cross-Functional Teams (CFTs). In 2009, Ms. Sepehri was appointed Director of the Alliance CEO Office and Secretary of the Alliance Board. In 2010, she became a member of the steering committee on the Alliance cooperation with Daimler. As a part of that mission, she was responsible for coordinating the implementation of Alliance synergies and for driving new collaborative projects.

Veronique Sarlat-Depotte

Ms. Veronique Sarlat-Depotte has been Alliance Global Executive Vice President, Purchasing, and President of RNPO (Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization), Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since November 2016. In January 2015, she became Deputy Managing Director of RNPO & Renault-Nissan Senior Vice President, Purchasing. Since April 2018, RNPO's scope has been extended to include Mitsubishi's purchasing activity. This structure is renamed the Alliance Purchasing Organization and Ms. Sarlat-Depotte takes the lead as Purchasing Director of the Alliance, and Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Purchasing Organization. She joined Renault in 1989 in Purchasing Division. In 1998, she became Purchasing Project Manager for the Espace. In 2003, she was appointed Executive Assistant to the CEO and in 2005 Deputy GM, Purchasing Strategy at Nissan Motors Limited. In 2009, she was appointed GM, RNPO Vehicle Body Parts within Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO). In 2010, she was promoted Vice President, RNPO Body & Electrical. At the start date of Convergence in 2014, she became Alliance Global Director, RNPO Body & Electrical. She graduated from Ecole Polytecnique Feminine.

Hakan Dogu

Mr. Hakan Dogu serves as Alliance Global Vice President and Deputy Managing Director, Alliance Aftersales, Senior Vice President Aftersales, Groupe Renault, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He obtained engineering degrees from Technical University of Istanbul. His career started in 1987 and spend 15 years with Valeo in various positions before he joined to Renault-Nissan Alliance in 2013. He has taken Vice President Powertrain Purchasing responsibility for two years. In 2015, he is appointed Groupe Renault after sales director. Since April 1, 2018, he is Alliance Global Vice President and Deputy Managing Director, Alliance Aftersales and Senior Vice President, Groupe Renault Aftersales.

Thierry Pieton

Mr. Thierry Jean Louis Pieton has been Senior Vice President, Group Controller and Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. effective as of June 1, 2016. He started his career as an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1995. He joined General Electric (GE) in 1998 and subsequently held various finance positions in the Healthcare division in Buc, France, Milwaukee, USA and in Freiburg, Germany. In 2004, he became Chief Financial Officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa for GE Security based out of Brussels. Two years later, he took the role of Global Financial Planning & Analysis Manager with GE Consumer & Industrial based in Louisville, USA. In 2007, Mr. Pieton returned to Europe as the Chief Financial Officer for GE Oil & Gas Global Services based out of Florence, Italy. In 2011, he became Chief Financial Officer for GE Power Conversion based in Paris. Mr. Pieton joined Nissan Europe in Rolle, Switzerland as Senior Vice President, Administration & Finance in May 2014. He graduated from E.M. Lyon.

Philippe Brunet

Mr. Philippe Brunet serves as Alliance Senior Vice President, Powertrain and EV Engineering, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He graduated from Centrale Nantes and IFP School (France). He joined the Renault Formula One team in 1989 as Powertrain engineer, where he held several positions in testing, simulations and design of the F1 V10 engine. In 2000, he joined the Renault Powertrain Div., as Chief Engineer of the 2,0l dCi, 1st Alliance Diesel engine. In 2005, he became Senior Manager responsible for Powertrain performance target settings, and was appointed in 2007, General Manager in charge of Powertrain Software and Calibration. In 2012, he joined the Program as D-segment Program Director responsible for new Espace, Talisman/SM6 and new Koleos/QM6. On January 1, 2017, Mr. Brunet was appointed Alliance Global Vice President, Powertrain and EV engineering. On April 1, 2018, he became Alliance Senior Vice President, Powertrain and EV Engineering.

Philippe Buros

Mr. Philippe Buros has served as Senior Vice President, Market area France and Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. He graduated from Universite de Nice with a Masters degree in management before joining Renault DIAC where he filled a variety of roles in Sales and Marketing from 1985, until becoming the Regional Manager for Lyon in 1992. In 1999, he was named Managing Director of DIAC Location/Overlease before being appointed Deputy Managing Director of Renault Parc Entreprises in 2001. He then assumed the position of Managing Director of RCI Romania from 2006 until 2009. On June 1, 2010, he became the Sales and Marketing Director of RCI Banque.

Fabrice Cambolive

Mr. Fabrice Cambolive serves as Senior Vice President, Chairman of the Africa-Middle East-India Region, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He graduated from ESC Business School in Toulouse, France. He joined Groupe Renault in 1992 and assumed the first ten years in several international Sales & Marketing positions in Spain, Switzerland and France. In 2005, he was appointed Marketing Director from Renault Germany then moved in 2009 to Romania as General Manager of Renault Dacia and Nissan Commercial. In 2011, Mr. Cambolive was appointed Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Russia and Eurasia region (Russia and ex-CIS countries like Kazakhstan, Byelorussia, Ukraine). In 2015, Mr. Cambolive became Chief Executive Officer of Renault do Brasil. Since July 1, 2017, he has been Senior Vice President, Chairman of the Africa-Middle-East-India (AMI) region.

Arnaud Deboeuf

Mr. Arnaud Deboeuf has been Alliance Senior Vice President - Renault-Nissan BV and Alliance CEO Office, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 2015. He joined Renault in 1993 as an engineer in the Process Engineering Department and later worked in the Manufacturing Department. From 2004 to 2007, he was Head of Purchasing Strategy and Cost Control at Renault Samsung Motors in South Korea. Upon his return to France in 2007, he was appointed Deputy Program Director for Renault’s Entry Range. In 2010, he joined the Alliance in charge of the Common Module Family (CMF)-A project. In 2012, he was promoted to Program Director of Renault’s Entry Range. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees in France.

Philippe Guerin-Boutaud

Mr. Philippe Guerin-Boutaud has been Senior Vice President Renault Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction Groupe Renault, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since April 1, 2018. He was Senior Vice President, Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction deputy head and Manufacturing Quality of Groupe Renault, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. from April 1, 2017. He joined Renault SA in 1989 and served in various domains such as vehicle performance evaluation, vehicle design, vehicle packaging and manufacturing engineering. In 2002, he has been appointed Manufacturing Engineering General Manager in Valladolid Plant. In 2006, he was assigned Architecture and Trim & Chassis Engineering Vice President at Renault Technocentre. In 2010, he moved to Korea where he served as Renault Samsung Motors Engineering EVP. In 2012, Philippe Guerin-Boutaud became Global Program Director for Nissan B-Platform (B-Upper segment, C-Hatch, C-Sedan) and for Japanese Kei-car programs and moved to Japan. In 2014, he was appointed Nissan Corporate Vice President in charge of the Global Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Business Unit. Responsible for all activities from product & engineering to sales & marketing, he developed strong sales momentum launching new award-winning Pick-Ups Navara and Titan, deepening cooperation with Renault, developing new partnerships and triplicating the contribution to Nissan profit. He earned Engineering degrees from Ecole Centrale de Paris in 1987 and additionally obtained a Master of Science in Mechanical Dynamic Systems Modeling.

Ashwani Gupta

Mr. Ashwani Gupta has been Alliance Senior Vice President of the Alliance Light Commercial Vehicule Business, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 1, 2017. He started his career in 1992 in engineering and purchasing in the private sector and later moved to management positions with Honda. He joined Renault in 2006 as general manager of purchasing at Renault India in Mumbai. In 2008, he moved to the Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization in France as global supplier account manager for braking systems. He joined Renault Nissan B.V. in 2009 as deputy general manager, global purchasing. In 2011, Gupta was appointed global program director for Datsun programs at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in Japan, where he led the product development to launch in India, Russia, Indonesia and South Africa. He has been vice president of Renault’s Light Commercial Vehicle Division since 2014, where he oversees the automaker’s worldwide LCV business. He graduated from Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College, India, and obtained a diploma from INSEAD Business School in France.

Ali Kassai

Mr. Ali Kassai has been Senior Vice President, Groupe Renault Product Planning, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since February 1, 2015. He began his career at Renault in 1990 as an acoustics research engineer. In 1992 he joined the Transmissions Department as head of the research unit in charge of clutches and gearbox housing. In 2002, he left engineering to move to the Product Planning Department as head of the engines and transmissions range. In October 2008, after a cross-functional assignment in reducing powertrain diversity, Ali Kassai was appointed head of the B program in charge of Clio, Captur and Twingo, and managed the partnership with Daimler over the Edison Project. He holds a doctorate in turbomechanical vibrations from INSA Lyon (Institut National des Sciences Appliquees de Lyon).

Nadine Leclair

Ms. Nadine Leclair has been Senior Vice President, Expert Fellow, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 1, 2015. She served as Senior Vice President Engineering Project and Member of the Management Committee of Renault SA since September 1, 2008. She holds an Engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Lyon. She began her career at Sligos as a Research Engineer before joining Renault SA in 1984 as a CAD Engineer. Her first experience in bodywork engineering was on the Safrane project in 1989, then on the Megane 1 project. She was appointed Manager of Body-in-white Engineering in 1999, a position she held until 2005, when she became Technical Manager for the Megane Range. On January 2, 2008, Ms. Leclair became Vice President in charge of Vehicle Engineering at the Company.

Nicolas Maure

Mr. Nicolas Jean Etienne Maure has been Senior Vice President, Chairman of Eurasian Region, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since January 1, 2018. He joined Renault in 2000 as Purchasing Director of the Parts and Accessories Division, after a career at Valeo and Faurecia. Then, he became Director of the Renault Quality Plan in March 2003 and General Manager of Societe de Transmissions Automatiques in September 2004. Between September 2006 and August 2008, Mr. Maure was Director of the Dacia Powertrain Plant in Romania. He then became Vice President of Powertrain at Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization and, in March 2013, was appointed Vice President of Groupe Renault Manufacturing Performance. In January 2014, he was appointed Managing Director of Groupe Renault Romania and Chief Executive Officer of Automobile Dacia. In April 2016, Mr. Maure became President & Chief Executive Officer of AVTOVAZ.

Gilles Normand

Mr. Gilles Normand has been Senior Vice President - Electric Vehicle, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since January 1, 2017. He was Senior Vice President, Chairman of Asia-Pacific Region and Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. from April 1, 2012. He graduated from EDHEC Business School and started his career at Renault, in 1988, at Product Planning department before moving to Sales & Marketing Division. In 1998, he was appointed Vice President, Commercial Coordination, for Renault Mercosur. In 1999, he joined Nissan in Japan to take in charge the Sales & Marketing for Latin America and Caribbean. In 2003, he was appointed President of Nissan Motor Espana prior to becoming Corporate Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Middle East, Africa & Latin America in 2006. In 2009, he was appointed Corporate Vice President, in charge of Africa, Middle East and India for Nissan, Infiniti and LCV Business Units and in charge of Europe for Infiniti and LCV Business Units.

Francois Provost

Mr. Francois Provost has been Senior Vice President China Operations, Chairman of Asia-Pacific Region, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. since January 1, 2017. He has been Senior Vice President China Operations, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. since April 1, 2016. He is also Chief Executive Officer of DRAC (Dongfeng Renault Automotive Company). He is Member of the Renault Management Committee (CDR). He sits on the e-GT NEV Board of Directors and on the RBJAC (Renault Brilliance Jinbei Automotive Industry) Board of Directors. He graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole des Mines de Paris engineering schools in Paris. He started his career as senior civil servant in the French Ministry of Economy and Finance, Treasury Department. He then became Member of Staff and Advisor to the French Minister of Defense. He joined Renault in 2002 in the Sales & Marketing Division in France as branch General Manager, then regional Sales Director. In 2005, he took the position of Managing Director of Renault-Nissan Portugal. From 2008 to 2010, he was the head of Renault worldwide Sales & Marketing strategy and planning. He was then appointed Chief Operating Officer of Renault Russia. In September 2011, he became Chief Executive Officer and Representative Director of Renault Samsung Motors.

Christian Steyer

Mr. Christian Steyer serves as Alliance Senior Vice President, Product Development 1, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. On April 1, 2018 he was named Alliance Senior Vice President, in charge of Product Development for A and B segments, as well as for vans. He also has the global responsibility for all vehicles of Groupe Renault. He graduated from Ecole Centrale de Paris in France. He joined the Groupe Renault in 1984 in the field of digital simulation. After working for two years as assistant to Chairman Louis Schweitzer, he was appointed in 1999 as Director of Engineering Quality and in 2005 as Director of Customer Performance. He took the position of Development Range Director for Megane in 2008, working for product developments in South Korea and Turkey. In 2010 he became Development Range Director for New Twingo and coordinated the first large-scale project with Daimler. In 2014 he was appointed as Development Range Director for the D segment and in 2015 he took over responsibility for Vehicle Development and Upstream Project Management. At that time, he also became responsible for the Vehicle Engineering Cross Company Team coordinating collaborative work with Nissan on vehicle platforms and projects and he still holds this role.

Mark Sutcliffe

Mr. Mark Sutcliffe serves as Alliance Senior Vice President, Supply Chain Management and Industrial Strategy, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He was appointed Alliance Senior Vice President, Industrial Strategy and Supply Chain Management on April 1, 2018. He sits on the Supply Chain Executive Advisory Boards of both Academic and Industry Organizations. He studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where he was awarded the RW Mann Scholarship. He worked in the consumer packaging industry for Metal Box Plc. before joining Nissan in 1991. He held various positions in Production, Quality, Engineering and Production Control at Nissan Sunderland Plant before being appointed Vice President, Supply Chain Management and Purchasing Nissan Europe in 2007. Mr. Sutcliffe became the first leader of Alliance Logistics Europe in 2009. Following four years in the Aerospace Industry as Director of Planning and Production Control for Rolls Royce Group, he re-joined the Automotive Industry as Vice President Renault Group Supply Chain and became Alliance Global Vice President Supply Chain Management on April 1, 2014.

Laurens van den Acker

Mr. Laurens van den Acker serves as Senior Vice President Corporate Design and Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. Since October 2009, he has been Senior Vice President, corporate design of Groupe Renault. He studied at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. He started his career in 1990 as a designer for Design System SRL in Turin (Italy), before focusing on automotive design starting in 1993. During the course of his career, he worked with Audi, Ford and Mazda. These professional experiences brought him to Germany, the United States and later Japan, making him renowned in his field. He returned to Europe in 2009, where he took over the management of Groupe Renault's Design department in France. His first ambition was to create a range of attractive, powerful and coherent vehicles to strengthen the Renault brand and its sales performance. In addition to the Renault brand, he steered the styling development of the group's three other brands: Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors and Alpine.

Frederic Vincent

Mr. Frederic Vincent serves as Chairman of Renault Digital and Head of Groupe Renault’s IT Systems, Member of the Management Committee at RENAULT S.A. He joined the Renault Group in 2016 as Chief Information Officer, drawing on his expertise in the media industry, which was touched by digital early on. He is also Chairman of the Renault Digital subsidiary created on January 1, 2017 and in charge of the Groupe Renault’s Digital Transformation. He graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris (ECP 92), and began his career as IT Manager for the Bouygues Group in Spain. He turned to multimedia and accompanied the arrival of digital in the audiovisual industry. From TF1, he moved to TPS where he worked in various IT, technical, audiovisual, new services and marketing fields and where he launched the TPS-paid package. In 2006, when TPS was acquired by CANAL+, he was entrusted with the Development Department of CANAL+, and 3 years later the creation of the Canal Experience Department with the mission of transforming the customer experience. As Technical & Information System Director, he led the digital transformation of the Canal+ Group by developing, through digital technologies, everything related to customers’ experience in terms of access and consumption.

Olivier Murguet

Mr. Olivier Murguet is Chairman of Americas Region, Member of the Management Committee of RENAULT S.A. He graduated from Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris. He joined Renault in 1990, working for the Renault Portuguesa Control Division, and subsequently held different management positions at the Sales & Marketing Division in France. In 1996 he was appointed Sales Director for Brazil, and in the year of 2001 Sales Director for France, the leading market of the Group. Later on, he held MD positions in Poland, Spain and Mexico successively. In 2012, he was appointed Renault´s Chief Executive Officer for Brazil.

Frederic Barrat

Mr. Frederic Barrat has been Director Elected by Employees of RENAULT S.A. since November 2016. He is Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. Holder of a BTS in automated manufacturing, Mr. Barrat joined Renault in 1995 as an assessment and reception leader at the prototype manufacturing center in Guyancourt, the leading operating segment of the Guyancourt Technocentre. In December 1999, he joined the Quality department. His initial role was a quality assessment technician for new product launches, and he later went on to become a quality manager for the C and D segments. During this time, he notably led the quality assessment of the SCENIC II, the first Renault vehicle to be assessed using the new Renault-Nissan Alliance (AVES) rating guidelines. Since March 2005, he has worked on the Special Requirements operation (vehicle images),where he initially coordinated trial and preparation missions. His current role is leader of processes and planning for Special Requirements.

Pascal Faure

Mr. Pascal Faure has been Director representing the French State of RENAULT S.A. since February 12, 2013. He is a Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. He is an engineering graduate of the Ecole des Mines, and a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique (1983) and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications (ENST) in Paris (1988). He began his career in R&D at Bell Laboratories (PA, United States), followed by Apple Computer (CA, United States), and then the Centre National d’Etudes des Telecommunications (France Telecom/CNET) as a project manager in securing communications and cryptology. From 1992 to 1995, he worked for the French Budget Ministry on the budget allocation of the administrative policy on IT; he was then appointed technical advisor responsible for budgetary, tax, employment and land planning affairs for the French Minister for Tourism, and later for the Minister for Land and Cities Planning and Integration. From 1997 to 2001, Mr. Faure performed the role of Director of Development, Financial Affairs and Deputy to the Director General of the Institut Telecom. He was then appointed Deputy Technical Director at the French Ministry of Defense. At the same time, he was President of the Association of Telecoms Engineers from 2001 to 2006. Between 2007 and 2012, he was appointed Vice-Chairman of the Conseil General des Technologies de l’Information (CGTI), then Vice-Chairman of the Conseil General de l’Industrie, de l’Energie et des Technologies (CGIET), and Vice-Chairman of the Conseil General de l’Economie, de l’Industrie, de l’Energie et des Technologies (CGEIET). From December 2012 to September 2014, he held the position of Director General of competitiveness, industry and services. On September 18, 2014, he was appointed Directeur General des Entreprises.

Richard Gentil

Mr. Richard Gentil has been Director Elected by the Employees of RENAULT S.A. since November 8, 2012. He is Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. He was hired as a maintenance technician at the Fonderie (foundry) in 1988. He specializes in hydraulics, pneumatics and gas for the whole foundry. Holding electrotechnical and electro-mechanical vocational certificates (BEP and CAP) and a Baccalaureat in the maintenance of Automated Mechanical Systems. He is a member of the Solidarity Committee of the Works Council of Renault Cleon.

Benoit Ostertag

Mr. Benoit Ostertag has been Representative of Employee Shareholders on the Board of Directors of RENAULT S.A. since May 2011. He is Member of the Audit, Risks and Ethics Committee and Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. A graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Paris, Mr. Ostertag started his engineering career at Renault in 1990. He then worked as a project manager and team leader in mechanical engineering at the Lardy and Rueil sites. He currently works in the Quality department at the Guyancourt Technocentre supporting various Renault engineering projects worldwide. At the same time, he has served as a CFDT trade union representative on the Works Council since 1996 and on the Renault Central Works Council from 2006 to 2011. Through his professional and trade union career, he has acquired knowledge of Renault, both in France and abroad. Since 2012, he has been the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the FCPE Actions Renault, a savings plan for employee shareholders. Since 2015, he has also been the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the FCPE Renault Mobiliz solidaire, a solidarity-based savings plan for Renault employees based on socially responsible funds.

Eric Personne

Mr. Eric Personne has been Director Elected by the Employees of RENAULT S.A. since November 8, 2012. He is Member of the Compensation Committee and Member of the Audit, Risks and Ethics Committee at the Company. After starting his career as a photographer, Mr. Personne became a Renault employee in 1988 and led a 15-member team selling 250 vehicles per year. In 2002 he joined the Renault Retail Group where he performed a number of roles including head of after-sales and head of ISO certification. Since 2007, Mr. Personne has been responsible for commercial and quality reporting for Renault Retail Group. From 2005 to 2012, he served as a CFE-CGC representative on the Renault Works Council, and has built up more than 30 years of experience in employer and employee industrial action in his various professional circles.

Martin Vial

Mr. Martin Vial has been Director representing the French State of RENAULT S.A. since September 2015. He is Member of the Audit, Risks and Ethics Committee and Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee at the Company. After graduating from the Ecole superieure des sciences economiques et commerciales (ESSEC) and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Postes et Telecommunications, Mr. Vial began his career as Director of PTT (French administration for postal services and telecommunications) within the Finance Department of the Direction Genérale des Postes. In 1986 he joined the Treasury Department at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance. He assumed a series of positions between 1988 and 1993, including Technical Advisor, Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Postal Services, Telecommunications and Space, the Ministry of Infrastructure, Housing and Transport, and finally the Ministry of Postal Services and Telecommunications. In 1993, Mr. Vial was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aeropostale and was elected Chairman of the CSTA (French air transport association) and the FNAM (Federation Nationale de l’Aviation Marchande). At the end of 1997, he became Chief Executive Officer of La Poste group. In September 2000, he was appointed both Chairman of the La Poste group and Vice-President of the Caisse Nationale de Prevoyance (CNP). Mr. Vial joined the Cour des Comptes in September 2002 as a Conseiller-Maitre. From 2003 to 2014, he was Chief Executive Officer of the Europ Assistance group, and Director and Chief Executive Officer of Europ Assistance Holding. He also chairs several boards of directors for the companies of this group. In January 2015 he founded Premium Care, a care company for the elderly. He has been Commissioner for the French State Holdings (Commissaire aux Participations de l’Etat) since August 2015.

Yasuhiro Yamauchi

Mr. Yasuhiro Yamauchi has been Director appointed upon proposal of Nissan of RENAULT S.A. since February 9, 2017. He is Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. He holds a degree in Social Sciences from the International Christian University, College of Liberal Arts. He joined Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in 1981, where he held various management positions in the Purchasing Department, as well as in Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO). He joined RNPO in April 2008 as Senior Vice-President in charge of Purchasing. In April 2014, Mr. Yamauchi was appointed Alliance Global Vice-President, Senior Vice-President, Alliance Purchasing, in charge of the convergence of Management and Human Resources of the Renault and Nissan Purchasing, Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Departments. In November 2016, he was appointed Chief Competitive Officer of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. He is responsible for global manufacturing and Research and Development, as well as Purchasing, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, R&D, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services for the Alliance. His role is to ensure that Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. maintains its competitiveness in the global market.

Catherine Barba

Mrs. Catherine Barba has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since June 15, 2017. She is Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee at the Company. She developed the New-York-based PEPS Lab, a Retail Innovation Center that discovers the most promising retail omnichannel practices, from major retailers to fashion brands. Prior to that, a serial entrepreneur and digital pioneer in Europe, she founded several digital businesses in France. Her consulting firm, Malinea, which provides coaching and consulting to leaders of global organizations, helping them fuel innovation and accelerate transformation, was acquired in 2012 by the founders of Vente Privee, one of France’s first unicorns. Her previous company Cashstore, a cash-back website partnering with over 1,200 e-commerce merchants, was acquired by Plebicom Group in 2010. She is also the author of several books about the future of retail, including “Stores are not dead”. As a thought leader in digital entrepreneurship, Mrs. Barba had over 200 speaking engagements in 2015 alone. Since 2009, she served as a regular commentator on the leading French news programs and for the fourth year in a row, she has hosted a TV series aimed at amplifying the diversity of entrepreneurs in technology startups in France. A trusted advisor and mentor, she is one of the few French female business angels, and serves on the Board of several tech start-ups, including Leetchi, MangoPay, Reech and Retency, among others. In 2015 and 2016, she was named one of 50 most influential figures in Europe’s digital economy and in 2014 one of 3 most influential female figures in France. In 2012 her alma mater ESCP Europe named her “Alumni of the Year”. Mrs. Barba is a Knight of the French National Order of Merit and Knight of the National order of the Legion of Honour.

Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun

Mrs. Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since June 15, 2017. She is Member of the International and Industrial Strategy Committee at the Company. She holds an MBA in International Management and Finance from the University of Dallas, Texas. She held various positions within the Societe Marocaine de Depot et de Credit from 1986 to 1989 before joining the Holmarcom Group in 1989. Since then, she has been Group Director and CEO (Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer) of Les Eaux Minerales d’Oulmes. As part of her professional activities, she is also Chairman of the Board of Orangina Morocco and Chief Executive Officer of Oulmes Drinks Development. In 2012, she was elected President of the Confederation Generale des Entreprises du Maroc, the Moroccan employers’ association.

Cherie Blair

Mrs. Cherie Blair, CBE, QC, has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since April 2015. She is Member of the Audit, Risks and Ethics Committee at the Company. She is as a leading barrister, specializing in human rights and international law. She was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 1995. Through her role as Founder and Chair of Omnia Strategy LLP, Mrs. Blair currently advises both governments and international corporations on how to sustain and improve strong human rights standards. As a supporter of the United Nations Global Compact, she also advises businesses on implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and works to develop and strengthen corporate social responsibility practices. With over 35 years of experience as a leading barrister, she has represented over 30 governments as well as numerous multinational corporations in international disputes. She is also an adviser to the B Team, a not-for-profit initiative formed by a group of global leaders, “to create a future where the purpose of business is to be a driving force for social, environmental and economic benefit”. Mrs. Blair is Chancellor Emeritus and Honorary Fellow of Liverpool John Moores University; Governor Emeritus and Honorary Fellow of LSE and the Open University (D. Univ. Open 1999); LLD (Hons) University of Liverpool (2003); Hon.D.Lit UMIST (2003); Doctor of Law (University of Westminster). She is also the founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, which runs programs to support women entrepreneurs across the developing world, including Africa.

Marie-Annick Darmaillac

Mrs. Marie-Annick Darmaillac has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since June 15, 2017. She is Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee and Member of the Compensation Committee at the Company. A magistrate by training, Mrs. Darmaillac successively held the positions of judge at the Versailles Court and bureau head at the DGCCRF (the French Directorate-General for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Prevention of Fraud). She was subsequently Deputy Director of Continuing Education at the Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature and Technical Advisor to the French Ministry of Justice. She also held the position of Deputy of the Mediator of the French Republic, before being appointed Secretary General of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Court of Appeal of Paris and Sub-prefect of the City of Paris until October 2005. She then joined the Bolloré Group, where, as Deputy General Secretary, she was responsible in particular for oversight of the management of the Group’s major talents as well as ethical and sustainable development issues. Prior to that, from October 2015 until her appointment at Vivendi, Mrs. Darmaillac was Director of Internal Talent Promotion and Development for the Canal+ group. In January 2017, she joined Vivendi as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Director.

Thierry Derez

Mr. Thierry Derez has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since February 2018. He is Member of the Strategy Committee, Risk Committee and Compensation and Nomination Committee of Scor SE. He holds numerous corporate offices in non-listed subsidiaries and/or participations of Covea.

Pierre Fleuriot

Mr. Pierre Fleuriot has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since June 15, 2018. He has been Chairman of PCF Conseil & Investissement (France), Director and Chairman of the Governance, Appointments and Remuneration Committee of the Casablanca Stock Exchange (Morocco), Chairman of Cercle de l’Orchestre de Paris (France). He was Chief Executive Officer of Credit Suisse France (France) till 2016.

Philippe Lagayette

Mr. Philippe Lagayette has been Lead Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since May 2, 2007. He is Chairman of the Company’s Audit, Risk and Ethics Committee and Member of the Compensation Committee. He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA). He began his career in 1970 in the General Inspectorate of Finance. In 1974, he joined the Treasury department at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance, and was promoted to Deputy Director in 1980. He was appointed Chief of Staff at the Ministry of Economy and Finance in 1981, before moving to the Banque de France as Deputy Governor in 1984. In 1992, Mr. Lagayette was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Caisse des Depots et Consignations, a post he held until December 1997. He headed JP Morgan’s activities in France from 1998 to August 2008 and then became Vice Chairman for the EMEA Region until January 2010. He was a Senior Advisor for Barclays in France from 2011 to 2016. Mr. Lagayette is a Commander of the French Legion of Honor (Commandeur de la Legion d’Honneur) and Commander of the French Order of Merit (Commandeur de l’Ordre du Merite).

Olivia Qiu

Mrs. Olivia Ronghong Qiu has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since April 2016. She is Member of the Audit, Risk s and Ethics Committee at the Company. She studied engineering at Nankai University and holds a degree in electronics from the China Electronic Science and Technology University (UESTC) and a Ph.D. in management science from the Ecole Superieure des Affaires de Grenoble. Starting in 1987, she was an engineer responsible for military radar design then for Research and Development at the China Chengdu Design Institute No. 784. She joined Alcatel in 1997 as a project manager responsible for negotiating three joint-ventures for Alcatel China Cable Sector. In 1998, she was appointed Sales Director of the Alcatel East China Region then, in 2000, Commercial Operations Director. In 2002, she became Marketing and 3G Operations Director for Alcatel Shanghai Bell, and from 2004 to 2005, Asia-Pacific Region Business Development Director for Alcatel. Starting in 2005, she managed the commercial activities, marketing, technical solutions and service implementation at Alcatel China. In 2008, she was appointed Regional Director for East Asia, Chief Executive Officer of Alcatel- Lucent Shanghai Bell. Mrs. Qiu was Chief Executive Officer in charge of “Strategic Industries Business Group” at Alcatel-Lucent until 2013. She is currently Chief Innovation Officer at Philips Lighting.

Yu Serizawa

Mrs. Yu Serizawa has been Independent Director appointed upon proposal of Nissan of RENAULT S.A. since December 12, 2016. After a short period at Credit Lyonnais (Tokyo Branch and Paris head office), Mrs. Serizawa was involved in the creation of InfoPlus Incorporated in 1985, and then founded Forma Corporation in 1992. She was Senior Advisor for Japan to the World Economic Forum until 2004. Since 2000, she has been a Senior Advisor to the President of Mori Building Company Limited.

Pascale Sourisse

Mrs. Pascale Sourisse has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since April 2010. She is Member of the Audit, Risk and Ethics Committee of the Company. She is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications (ENST). She began her career holding management positions within France Telecom, Jeumont-Schneider and Compagnie Generale des Eaux, as well as with the French Ministry of Industry, followed by Alcatel. In 2001 she became President and Chief Executive Officer of Alcatel Space and then of Alcatel Alenia Space in 2005. In 2007, she was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Thales, a member of the Executive Committee, responsible for the Space division and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Thales Alenia Space. In 2008, she was appointed Senior Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer of Thales’ Land & Joint Systems division and in February 2010, became Senior Vice-Chairwoman of the Defense & Security C4I Systems division. Since 2012 she has also served as Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Thales Communications & Security, and President of Thales Services. Since February 2013, she has been Senior Executive Vice- President of International Development for the Thales Group. Mrs. Sourisse is an Officer of the French Legion of Honor (Officier de la Legion d’Honneur) and Commander of the French Order of Merit (Commandeur de l’Ordre du Merite).

Patrick Thomas

Mr. Patrick Thomas has been Independent Director of RENAULT S.A. since April 30, 2014. He is Chairman of the Compensation Committee, Member of the Audit, Risks and Ethics Committee and Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee. After graduating from the Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP), Mr. Thomas chaired the Lancaster group from 1997 to 2000, and from 2000 to 2003 served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the British company William Grant & Sons. Mr. Thomas served as Chief Executive Officer of Hermes International from 1989 to 1997. On July 15, 2003 he rejoined the Hermes group as Chief Executive Officer of Hermes International before being appointed manager, a role which he performed from September 15, 2004 until his retirement on January 31, 2014.

Thierry Huon