Groupe Trigano

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Organisation of the decisions

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors has full authority to administer and manage the company within the limits of its corporate purpose. At the behest of the Chairman and CEO, it decides the group’s strategic policy, approves the implementation of resources and reports to the shareholders. In particular, it prepares the company’s annual financial statements, the group’s consolidated financial statements and the reports and resolutions to be submitted to the General Meeting. The members of the Board of Directors are regularly informed of the major events in the life of the company. Preparatory work for the Board of Directors is carried out by two committees: the Remuneration and Appointments Committee and the Audit and Accounts Committee, which comprise a majority of non-executive directors. They have direct access to the required information on the company from the operating managers.

The Board of Directors comprises six members.

Two executive directors:

François Feuillet, 61, majority shareholder, French business school graduate (HEC), has headed Trigano since 1981 following a career in auditing (KPMG), and in financial management and general management (Singer Group and Compagnie Française du Meuble).

Marie-Hélène Feuillet, 60, Deputy CEO, French business school graduate (HECJF), joined Trigano in 1994 after a career in banking with Banque Populaire group.

Three non-executive directors:

Jean Ducroux, 66, graduate in political science (IEP), MBA (University of Minnesota), now manages Aryon, a consulting and investment company, after starting his career in banking.

François Baleydier, 65, French business school graduate (HEC), has had a financial career in France and abroad in the civil engineering sector (Entrepose and Bachy).

Michel Roucart, 61, French business school graduate (HEC), with a background in public accountancy, currently runs a private real estate business, after a career with Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young.

One qualified individual:

Guido Carissimo,, 53, a graduate of Bocconi University in Milan and the University of Boston, is a private equity fund manager, after a career with Pirelli and then as the head of Trigano SpA.

The Management Committee

Management decisions are taken by senior management in the Management Committee comprising:

François Feuillet, CEO,

Michel Freiche, Deputy CEO - Finance and IT,

Marie-Hélène Feuillet, Deputy CEO – Legal, HR, Insurance, Environment and Property,

Jean Legrand, Industrial Development Director - Production, Permanent Improvement, Procurement, Benchmarking

The Committee is also enlarged to business units’ heads such as LV (leisure vehicles) and LE (leisure equipment).

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