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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Sol Daurella

49 2016 Chairman of the Board

Damian Gammell

45 2016 Chief Executive Officer, Director

Manik Jhangiani

51 Chief Financial Officer

Nick Wall

Chief Human Resource Officer

Scott Bourgeois

2016 Chief Accounting Officer, Group Controller

Peter Brickley

54 2016 Chief Information Officer

Clare Wardle

2016 General Counsel, Company Secretary

Francisco Cosano

56 General Manager - Iberia

Leendert den Hollander

47 General Manager - Great Britain

Ben Lambrecht

53 General Manager - France

Frank Molthan

General Manager - Germany

Stephen Moorhouse

50 General Manager - Northern Europe

Ronald Lewis

50 Chief Supply Chain Officer

Victor Rufart

53 2016 Chief Strategy Officer

Lauren Sayeski

Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer

Jose Ignacio Comenge Sanchez-Real

2016 Non-Executive Director

J. Alexander Douglas

55 2016 Non-Executive Director

Irial Finan

60 2016 Non-Executive Director

Alfonso Libano Daurella

63 2016 Non-Executive Director

Mario Rotllant Sola

64 2016 Non-Executive Director

Francisco Ruiz de la Torre Esporrin

42 2016 Non-Executive Director

Jan Bennink

60 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Christine Cross

66 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Javier Ferran

61 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

L. Phillip Humann

71 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Orrin Ingram

55 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Thomas Johnson

67 2016 Senior Independent Non-Executive Director

Veronique Morali

59 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Garry Watts

60 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Curtis Welling

66 2016 Independent Non-Executive Director

Biographies

Name Description

Sol Daurella

Ms. Sol Daurella is Chairman of the Board of the Company. Ms. Daurella started her career in the Mac Group, a strategic consultancy firm, before joining her family’s Coca-Cola bottling business in Spain in 1992. Since then, she has held a number of roles at various Coca-Cola bottling businesses. She was Chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners S.A. and, until the end of November 2015, was a director of Vífilfell hf, the bottler of Coca-Cola in Iceland. She is currently a director of Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company, S.L., North Africa Bottling Company and Fruital Coca-Cola SpA. Sol is currently Chair and CEO of Cobega, S.A. and Olive Partners, S.A. and Co- Chair of Grupo Cacaolat, S.L. Sol serves as director of Banco de Santander and is a member of the Appointments and the Remuneration Committee. She has also held a number of positions at other public companies: from 2009 to 2014 she served as a director of Banco de Sabadell, between 2010 and 2014 she was a director of Ebro Foods, a multinational food group operating in the rice and pasta sectors and Acciona, a Spanish corporation that develops and manages infrastructure and renewable energy. Sol has been Honorary Consul for Iceland in Catalonia since 1992 and is also involved in foundations dedicated to cancer research, health and well-being and education.

Damian Gammell

Mr. Damian Paul Gammell is Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Damian served as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer, having previously held the same position at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from October 2015 to May 2016. Damian has had 25 years of leadership experience in the NARTD industry and within the Coca-Cola system, holding Coca-Cola Hellenic (Ireland) and Coca-Cola Enterprises group commercial roles from 1991 to 1999, and serving as CEO of Coca-Cola Hellenic Russia from 2000 to 2004, as Group Commercial Director for Coca-Cola Amatil from 2004 to 2005, and as CEO of Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetranke GmbH in Germany from 2005 to 2010. Damian joined the Anadolu Beverage Group in 2010, serving as Managing Director and Group President of Efes Soft Drink from 2012-2014, and later as President and CEO of Anadolu Efes S.K., from 2014-2015. In 2009, Damian was nominated as Young Global Leader (YGL) of the World Economic Forum and has served on the healthcare committee. As YGL, he was involved in a number of global non-profit initiatives. Damian is a graduate of the College of Marketing, Dublin. He studied for his Masters at Oxford University and HEC Paris, graduating with an MSc in Change Management.

Manik Jhangiani

Mr. Manik H. (Nik) Jhangiani is Chief Financial Officer of the Company. He has more than 20 years of finance experience, including 11 years within the Coca-Cola system. Prior to his current role, he became Senior Vice President and CFO for CCE in November 2013, after joining CCE in September 2012. Nik started working at TCCC as International Audit Manager in Atlanta in September 1998 before he became Director of Corporate Audit for the newly-formed Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company in Vienna, Austria. In 2002, Nik was appointed Corporate Controller and became CFO in 2004. In 2007, Nik took on the additional responsibility of Director of Strategy. In 1988, Nik started his career in New York at accountancy firm Deloitte & Touche before spending two years at Bristol-Myers Squibb as International Senior Internal Auditor. He moved to join the Colgate-Palmolive Company in New York in 1994 and was appointed as Group Financial Director for the Nigerian operations in 1995, before moving to TCCC in Atlanta in September 1998. In 2010, Nik’s work was recognised when he won CFO of the year for his work as CFO at Bharti Enterprises in New Dehli, India. Nik is a Certified Public Accountant from the State of New York and received his degree in accounting and economics from Rutgers University.

Nick Wall

Mr. Nick Wall is Chief Human Resource Officer of the Company. As the leader of our HR function, Nick is instrumental in establishing our new company, developing our employees and creating a culture for growth. Nick brings deep expertise in both HR and within Coca-Cola, where he has worked for 30 years across more than 60 countries. Nick was most recently Senior Vice President of HR for TCCC’s Bottling Investment Group, which includes more than 80,000 employees in 20 countries around the world. Nick started his Coca-Cola career in Ireland and has since worked for TCCC in HR leadership roles in bottling, concentrate operations, business units and corporate office, during assignments in London, Vienna, Istanbul, Atlanta and Southern Africa. Prior to joining Coca-Cola, he was with Pfizer Inc, in Ireland. Nick holds a master’s degree in Coaching and Change from HEC Paris and INSEAD Paris and a degree in Social Sciences from University College Cork, Ireland.

Scott Bourgeois

Mr. Scott Bourgeois is Chief Accounting Officer, Group Controller of the Company. He has been in the Coca-Cola system for over 12 years and most recently served as Vice President, Chief Audit Executive for Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. (CCE) from 2013. Scott began his career in public accounting and worked in the assurance practices at Arthur Andersen LLP and Ernst and Young LLP prior to joining the controller’s group at Delta Air Lines, Inc. in 2003. Scott joined CCE in 2004 as a member of the controller’s group and served as CCE’s Director, Financial Reporting and Technical Accounting from 2010 to 2013. Scott was a key finance member for two large transformational transactions in the Coca-Cola system including the 2010 sale of CCE’s North American operations to TCCC and, most recently, the merger to create CCEP. He earned his accounting degree from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). He recently completed a three-year term as a member of the Center for Audit Quality’s (CAQ) SEC Regulations Committee and was previously a three-year Honorary Board Member for the Special Olympics of Georgia.

Peter Brickley

Mr. Peter Brickley is Chief Information Officer of the Company. Heleads the business solutions, support services and technology infrastructure that CCEP needs to deliver growth. That includes steering CCEP’s investments in technology solutions to enhance our customer service and delivery in the marketplace. His leadership of IT also supports key business process changes and the integration of our digital workplace, to ensure our employees are connected and can collaborate effectively from any location. Peter joined CCEP in November 2016, bringing with him more than two decades of experience leading technology for global businesses, including Heineken, Centrica and BAT. Most recently, he was Global CIO and Managing Director of Global Business Services at SABMiller with responsibility for more than 1,500 employees. Peter is also non-executive chairman of Newbury Building Society. He holds a degree in Engineering Science from Warwick University in Great Britain.

Clare Wardle

Ms. Clare Wardle is General Counsel, Company Secretary of the Company. She has considerable international experience in risk, governance, competition and compliance. Between 2010 and May 2016, Clare has played a leading role in many development and expansion projects as Group General Counsel at Kingfisher - Europe’s largest home improvement retail group. During her time at the FTSE 100 company, she launched the hugely successful Kingfisher Women’s Network, which has seen an increase of senior women within the business. Clare was previously Commercial Director and General Counsel & Company Secretary for Tube Lines, where she played a key part in a broad range of functions including planning and strategy, procurement, stakeholder relationships and cost and control processes. Between 1996 and 2008, Clare held senior roles in the Royal Mail Group, including Head of Legal Services for Post Office Ltd. She began her career as a barrister with multinational law firm Lovells. Clare serves as chairman of Basketball England and is a Non-executive Director of Lee/Fitzgerald Architects and Modern Pentathlon GB. Additionally, she is a member of the GC100 committee - the voice of General Counsel and Company Secretaries working in FTSE 100 Companies. In addition to her many legal qualifications, Clare is also an accredited mediator and chartered secretary.

Francisco Cosano

Mr. Francisco Cosano is General Manager - Iberia of the Company. Mr. Cosano leads CCEP’s business in Spain, Portugal and Andorra. He was previously Managing Director of CCIP, and before being appointed as GM of CCEP, Francesc was CCIP’s Operation Director for two and a half years. He has been part of the Coca-Cola system since 1988. He began his career at Cobega as Key Account Manager, moving on to a number of sales management positions between 1988 and 1995. Francesc then left the Coca-Cola system for a brief period to become Regional Director for the Leche Pascual, S.A. group, a well-known company in the Spanish dairy sector. He has also worked in Anglo Española de Distribución, S.A., which was a subsidiary of the international Group DIAGEO, an alcoholic beverage distributor. He then returned to Cobega, first as Sales Director and later as Deputy GM, having led the business strategies that improved Cobega’s sales, industrial operations and customer service. His broad experience and knowledge of the Coca Cola system, as well as his achievement as Operations Director of CCIP, give him an integral vision of the group’s business and a broad knowledge of the market. Francesc has a Business Administration Degree and Masters in Business Administration from IESE.

Leendert den Hollander

Mr. Leendert den Hollander is General Manager - Great Britain of the Company. Mr. den Hollander is responsible for CCEP’s Business Unit in Great Britain. He was appointed Vice President & GM of CCE Great Britain in May 2014. Prior to joining CCE, he served as the CEO of Young’s Seafood from 2011 to 2014. Leendert served as Managing Director from 2010 to 2011 and Chief Marketing Officer from 2009 to 2011 at Findus Group Ltd. Earlier in his career, Leendert spent 15 years at Procter & Gamble in senior marketing positions where he worked across multiple well-known brands at country, regional and global levels, including leading its Global Household Cleaners business. Leendert is Vice President of the British Soft Drinks Association and a member of the Leadership Council of the Institute of Grocery Distribution. A native to the Netherlands, Leendert was educated at Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

Ben Lambrecht

Mr. Ben Lambrecht is General Manager - France of the Company. Mr Lambrecht has been working with the Coca-Cola system for more than 20 years, holding various leadership positions with both TCCC and bottling operations in several countries. Ben took up the positions of Vice President & GM France with CCEP in September 2013. Prior to this appointment, Ben led the Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg Business Unit as GM from 2010 to 2013, after holding various Vice President positions in the Belgian and British leadership teams in Field Sales, Logistics and Sales & Marketing. By working in different divisions and managing people from different cultures across our business, Ben believes in the value of a collaborative and inclusive management, as well as diversity in driving business value growth. Prior to joining the Coca-Cola system in 1993, Ben’s career began at KPMG, followed by several years in other companies (among which Biscuits Delacre), the very start of his strong customer focus. Outside CCEP, Ben holds several board seats, notably at the French Soft Drinks Association (Boissons Rafraîchissantes de France) and at the French Food Association (Association Nationale de l’Industrie Alimentaire). Ben graduated with a Masters in Economic Sciences from the University of Antwerp, Belguim, and an Advanced Management Programme at INSEAD, France.

Frank Molthan

Mr. Frank Molthan is General Manager - Germany of the Company. With almost 30 years’ experience in Germany’s Coca-Cola system, and holding a range of regional and commercial leadership roles, Frank has a track record of delivering consistently strong results. Frank’s most recent role was as HR Director for CCEG, successfully leading the organisation through a period of change. Prior to his HR leadership, Frank was appointed the German Business Unit’s Director of Sales and Marketing in 2009, where his guidance delivered high levels of growth and strong customer service. Frank joined Coca-Cola bottling operations in Schleswig-Holstein and North Rhine-Westphalia in 1988, before moving to CCEG in 1997. Here, he took over management roles in sales and marketing. Frank’s promotion to Region Manager South in 2000 was followed by his appointment as Sales Director for the Away-from-Home-Market in 2002. In April 2004, he was appointed Managing Director of Coca-Cola Deutschland Verkauf GmbH and co. KG, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola in Germany. Frank did a two year apprenticeship and formal education certificate programme with Volksbank in banking and worked another two years for this bank before joining the Coca-Cola system in 1988.

Stephen Moorhouse

Mr. Stephen Moorhouse is General Manager - Northern Europe of the Company. He has been with the Coca-Cola system for over 14 years, leading operations and supply chain. Stephen has been in charge of the business in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway since his appointment as GM of CCE Northern Europe Business Unit, in September 2013. In addition, he took over the responsibility for Iceland when it joined CCEP in July 2016. Between early 2007 and August 2013, Stephen was General Manager & Vice President Supply Chain leading CCE’s Supply Chain, a fully functioning business unit, covering Great Britain, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. Other previous roles include Vice President European Operations - European Supply Chain, Vice President Supply Chain GB and Operations Director GB. Prior to joining CCE, he worked overseas from 1989 to 2000 with the Swire Group, including nine years with the Coca-Cola bottler in Asia (Hong Kong, Taiwan and China) and the US (Salt Lake City), and three years in the shipping industry in Asia/Pacific (Singapore, Papua New Guinea). Stephen received a BA in Theology at Oxford University and an Executive MBA from INSEAD, France. He also attended the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School.

Ronald Lewis

Mr. Ronald J. (Ron) Lewis is Chief Supply Chain Officer of the Company. Mr Lewis leads the end-to-end supply chain for CCEP across its 13 countries. Ron is an experienced supply chain leader within the Coca-Cola system. He has served as Senior Vice President, Supply Chain of CCE, and Vice President, Procurement and Chief Procurement Officer, for TCCC, where he was responsible for stewarding in excess of $38 billion in external spending. Previously, he led 7,000 employees across the Southeast Region in the US as Senior Vice President for Coca-Cola Refreshments and, before that, held the role of Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer for CCE. Ron has also served as Director of ZICO (a coconut water beverage company), Southeastern Container (a plastic bottle manufacturing company), Coca-Cola Supply and Coca-Cola Bottlers Sales & Service. Before starting his career with Coca-Cola he worked for Mars Inc and Cargill Inc. Ron has represented Coca-Cola in the US on the board of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and served as a director on the board of the C5 Georgia Youth Foundation - a non-profit organisation that supports and inspires young people with potential from underprivileged backgrounds. He received a BSc in Chemical Engineering from Montana State University and a Master of Business Administration from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.

Victor Rufart

Mr. Victor Rufart is Chief Strategy Officer of the Company. Mr Rufart also leads the offices of Integration Management and Business Transformation, following the merger. Before he joined CCIP as CEO in June 2013, Victor spent 25 years at Cobega.There, he led the transformation of the Cobega business model to secure business growth and achieved operational excellence in an environment of economic crisis. His previous role at Cobega was Director of New Business, which included acquiring and structuring the bottled mineral water business and the redefinition of the Nespresso coffee capsule business (Nestle Group). Before that, Victor headed up the Finance Department, where he spearheaded a first integration of bottlers in the Group’s areas of influence. He also served as an advisor in the constitution of the Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company - a joint venture with TCCC in the West Africa Region markets. His career at Cobega began in 1988 when he joined as member of the tax department. Over the following years he rose to the position of Head of Tax Planning. Victor has a Degree in Business Administration from Barcelona University, specialising in Fiscal Studies and General Management.

Lauren Sayeski

Ms. Lauren Sayeski is Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer of the Company. She leads CCEP’s strategic engagement with media, policymakers, civil society and community stakeholders. She has worked for Coca-Cola for over 12 years in roles across the spectrum of public affairs and communications. She has served on transaction teams for the 2010 sale of CCE’s North American operations to TCCC and, most recently, on the merger to create CCEP. In her previous role as Vice-President of Stakeholder Engagement and External Communication of CCE, Lauren was responsible for the Company’s corporate responsibility and sustainability, stakeholder engagement and media relations strategy. Prior to this, she was Director of Leadership and Internal Communications for CCE. Lauren began her career in marketing communications, serving clients such as DuPont, InterContinental Hotels Group and the American Cancer Society. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Political Science from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, including studies at the University of Oxford, England.

Jose Ignacio Comenge Sanchez-Real

Mr. Jose Ignacio Comenge Sanchez-Real is Non-Executive Director of the Company. He has extensive experience working with Coca-Cola companies, and has held a variety of roles with a number of Coca-Cola bottling companies, including Companía Castellana de Bebidas Gaseosas, S.L. and Companía Levantina de Bebidas Gaseosas, SAU, both based in Spain, and Refrige-Sociedade Industrial de Refrigerantes, S.A., a bottling company in Portugal. He also serves as director of Olive Partners, S.A., one of the major shareholders of the Company, prior to which he was a director of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, SAU, the bottler of Coca-Cola in Iberia, and a member of that company’s Executive Committee and Appointments & Remunerations Committee. José Ignacio has broad experience serving on the boards of companies in a variety of industries and sectors. He is a director of ENCE, Energía y Celulosa, S.A., a Spanish company involved in renewable energy production with forest biomass and also a director of Companía Vinícola del Norte de Espana, S.A., a Spanish winery. José Ignacio also serves as director of Ebro Foods S.A., a multinational food group operating in the rice, pasta and sauces sector; B&A, S.A., a glass packaging business; and Azora, S.A., a real estate company. He has held a variety of roles in AXA, S.A., Aguila and Heineken Spain, and was Vice-Chairman and CEO of the board of directors of MMA Insurance.

J. Alexander Douglas

Mr. J. Alexander M. (Sandy) Douglas, Jr., is Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Douglas has been involved with Coca-Cola companies throughout his career. Sandy joined The Coca-Cola Company in January 1988 as a District Sales Manager for the Foodservice Division of Coca-Cola USA. In May 1994, he was named Vice President of Coca-Cola USA and in 2000, Sandy was appointed President of the North American Retail Division within the North America Group at The Coca-Cola Company. He served as Chief Customer Officer of The Coca-Cola Company from 2003 until 2006 and as Senior Vice President from 2003 until April 2007. Sandy was President of the North America Group from August 2006 through 31 December 2012. He became Senior Vice President of The Coca-Cola Company in February 2013 and Global Chief Customer Officer in January 2013, before being appointed to his current role of President of Coca-Cola North America in January 2014. He was elected an Executive Vice President of The Coca-Cola Company in April 2015. Sandy serves on the boards of the American Beverage Association, the Grocery Manufacturers Association, the Food Marketing Institute and the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation. He also serves on the charity leadership boards of the East Lake Foundation, Morehouse College and National Forest Foundation.

Irial Finan

Mr. Irial P. Finan is Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr Finan joined the Coca-Cola system in 1981 with Coca-Cola Bottlers Ireland, Ltd., where for several years he held a variety of accounting positions, including serving as Finance Director of Coca-Cola Bottlers Ireland, Ltd. from 1984 until 1990. From 1991 to 1993, he served as Managing Director of Coca-Cola Bottlers Ulster, Ltd. in Ireland, and Managing Director of Coca-Cola bottling companies in Romania and Bulgaria until 1994. From 1995 to 1999, he was Managing Director of Molino Beverages, with responsibility for expanding markets, including the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Romania, Moldova, Russia and Nigeria. Irial was CEO of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. from 2001 until 2003, before moving to The Coca-Cola Company in 2004 to become Executive Vice President and President, Bottling Investments Group. Irial serves on the boards of directors of Coca-Cola FEMSA, Coca-Cola Bottlers Japan Inc., The Coca-Cola Foundation, G2G Trading, Smurfit Kappa Group and the American-Ireland Fund. He also serves as non-executive director for Co-operation Ireland. Irial served as a director of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company S.A. and its subsidiaries from October 1997 to June 2016, served on the board of Coca-Cola East Japan until 31 March 2017 and served as non-executive director for Galway University Foundation until March 2017.

Alfonso Libano Daurella

Mr. Alfonso Libano Daurella is Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Líbano holds a number of directorships of companies within the Coca-Cola system. As well as being a director and CEO of Cobega S.A., and Chairman of Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company, S.L., Alfonso is a director of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Egypt and Vice-Chairman of MECC Soft Drinks DMCC, the Coca-Cola bottler for the territory of South Sudan. He has been a trustee of The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation since 2004 and, until his appointment in 2015 as director of Olive Partners, S.A., Alfonso served as a director and on the Executive Committee of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, SAU and as Chairman of the Quality and CRS Committee of that company. Alfonso is a member of the board of Daba, S.A. and Cacaolat. In addition, he is a member of the boards of various public organisations including the AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce in Spain) and the MACBA Foundation (Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona). He has been involved with the Family Business Institute of Spain (IEF) since 1991 as a Founding Member and Secretary of the Board of Directors, and he is currently a Member of the International Commission of that organisation. He was Vice-Chairman of the European Family Business (EFB) from 2007, until his appointment as EFB’s Chairman in 2015. He is also a director and treasurer of the Family Business Network (FBN).

Mario Rotllant Sola

Mr. Mario Rotllant Sola is Non-Executive Director of the Company. He holds directorships at a number of companies within the Coca-Cola system. He currently serves as Vice-Chairman of Olive Partners, S.A.; Vice-Chairman and CEO of Cobega S.A.; director of Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company, S.L.; and Chairman of the North Africa Bottling Company. Prior to his appointment to Olive Partners, S.A., Mario served as second Vice-Chairman and director and member of the Executive Committee of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, SAU and as Chairman of the Appointment & Remuneration Committee of that company. Mario has extensive experience in the food and drink industry, and is currently a director of Copesco & Sefrisa (a codfish, salmon production and commercial company); Chairman and founder of Bodegas Roda (a winery in La Rioja-Spain); Chairman of Bodegas La Horra (a winery in Ribera del Duero-Spain); and director of Agrícola Aubocasser (extra virgin olive oil elaboration in Mallorca). In addition, Mario is Chairman of the Advisory Board of Banco Santander S.A. in Catalonia. Mario is also Co-Chairman of Conseil Economique Maroc-Espagne (CEMAES), member of the Executive Committee of Institut Catalunya-Africa (Catalonia-Africa Institute) and Foto Colectania Foundation’s President and Founder.

Francisco Ruiz de la Torre Esporrin

Mr. Francisco Ruiz de la Torre Esporrin is Non-Executive Director of the Company. He is CEO and managing director of Agriculturas Diversas, S.L., a company in the agro-food industrial sector. Francisco has served as a director of Olive Partners, S.A. since November 2015, prior to which he was a director and member of the Quality and CRS Committee of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, SAU. Francisco has broad experience in the financial sector. Previously, he worked as senior consultant at CBRE Real Estate S.A., a leading international real estate consultancy. He has also held positions at N+1, a global investment banking, asset management and investment firm as well as in Arcalia Patrimonios SV S.A., a private banking company.

Jan Bennink

Mr. Jan Bennink is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Bennink has extensive general experience in the food and drink industry. From 1997 to 2002 he was President of the Dairy Division and member of the Executive Committee of Danone Group, a global producer of cultured dairy and bottled water products, and from 2002 until 2007, he served as CEO of Royal Numico, a baby food and clinical nutrition company. During 2011 to 2012, Jan was a director and Executive Chairman of Sara Lee Corporation, a food products company. Jan was the Chairman and acting CEO of D.E. Master Blenders 1753, a coffee and tea company, during 2012 and 2013. Jan has served as director of a number of companies, including ABN AMRO Bank, a financial services company, Boots Company plc, a retail sales company, Dalli-Werke GmbH & Co KG, a manufacturer of laundry detergent products, and Kraft Foods Inc., an international food and beverage company. Jan has also held a variety of leadership roles with Joh. A. Benckiser, a manufacturer of cleaning supplies and cosmetics, and The Procter & Gamble Company, an international consumer products company.

Christine Cross

Ms. Christine Cross is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Ms. Cross has owned her own consulting firm, Christine Cross Ltd, since 2003, advising international retail clients on strategy, marketing and business development. Prior to this, Chris spent 14 years at Tesco, a British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer, during which time she held various roles, spending her last two years as Group Business Development Director where she was responsible for European business expansion. Chris is currently a member of the board of Brambles Limited, an Australian based supply chain and logistics group; Kathmandu Holdings Limited, an outdoor performance wear retailer; Sonae - SGPS, S.A., a Portugal based conglomerate operating retail stores, real estate development, communication and IT services and tourism companies; and Hilton Food Group plc, an international added value meat company. She is also a member of the board of Fenwick, a privately owned department store business.

Javier Ferran

Mr. Javier Ferran is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Ferran has been Partner at Lion Capital, a consumer-focused private equity firm, since 2005 where he has worked with companies such as Orangina Schweppes, Picard and others. Before that, he spent over 20 years at Bacardi, culminating in serving as its President and CEO and prior to this appointment he had a long tenure as President Europe. Javier was appointed Chairman of Diageo plc on 1 January 2017, having been a non-executive director since July 2016. He is also a non-executive director of Associated British Foods, a food processing and retailing company. He has served in several non-executive board positions, including on the board of SABMiller, from 2015-2016, William Grant & Sons, a spirits company that primarily sells whiskey, from 2005 to 2015, and as a director of Desigual, a privately-owned casual clothing brand, from 2014 to 2016.

L. Phillip Humann

Mr. L. Phillip (Phil) Humann is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. He has extensive experience as a director of major companies both within and outside the Coca-Cola system. He is currently a director of Equifax Inc., a credit information provider, and Haverty Furniture Companies, Inc., a furniture retailer. Phil was a director of Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from 1992 to May 2016. In addition, Phil was Chairman of the Board of SunTrust Banks, Inc., a bank holding company, from March 1998 to April 2008, also serving as CEO from March 1998 until December 2006 and as President from March 1992 until December 2004.

Orrin Ingram

Mr. Orrin H. Ingram II, is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Ingram has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Ingram Industries Inc., a diversified products and services company, since 1999. Before that, he held various positions with Ingram Materials Company and Ingram Barge Company and was co-president of Ingram Industries from January 1996 to June 1999. Orrin was a director of Ingram Micro Inc., a global information technology distributor, from 1996 until March 2014, and was a director of Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from 2008 to May 2016.

Thomas Johnson

Mr. Thomas H. (Tom) Johnson is Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Johnson has been Managing Partner of THJ Investments, L.P., a private investment firm, since November 2005 and, since 2008, he has also served as CEO of the Taffrail Group, LLP, a private strategic advisory firm. Tom is also a director of Universal Corporation, a leaf tobacco merchant and processor. He was a director of Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from 2007 to May 2016. In addition, he has held directorships and leadership roles at a variety of companies outside the Coca-Cola system. Tom served as Chairman and CEO of Chesapeake Corporation, a speciality packaging manufacturer, from August 1997 to November 2005. He was previously a director of GenOn Corporation and Mirant Corporation, both producers of electricity, ModusLink Global Solutions, Inc., a supply chain business process management company, Superior Essex Inc., a wire and cable manufacturer, and Tumi, Inc., a manufacturer and retailer of premium luggage and business accessories.

Veronique Morali

Ms. Veronique Morali is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Ms Morali is the Chairman of Fimalac Développement (‘‘Fimalac’’), the parent company of the international financial services organisation, Fitch Group, and Chief Officer of WEBEDIA, for the digital division of Fimalac. In addition, Véronique serves as director and Vice-Chairman, Fitch Group, Inc. (USA) and Fitch Group (USA). Véronique currently serves as a director for Publicis Groupe, a French advertising and communications company, Rothschild Group, a private bank and financial institution and in 2015 joined the board of SNCF, the French national public railroad company. Véronique was a director of Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from 2010 to May 2016. In addition, she has held directorships and leadership roles at a number of public and private companies. Véronique was a director and chief operating officer of Fimalac from 1990 to 2007 and Alcatel-Lucent from 2014 to 2015. She served from 2007 to 2013 as Chief Executive Officer of Terrafemina.com, a website designed for women, which merged with WEBEDIA. She also served four years in the French Civil Service as Inspector General at the Ministry of Finance. Véronique is also founder, ex-President and board member of Force Femmes, a non-profit organisation helping unemployed senior women.

Garry Watts

Mr. Garry Andrew Watts was Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr Watts is Chairman of BTG plc, an international healthcare company, and Executive Chairman of Spire Healthcare group, an operator of United Kingdom-based hospitals. He was Chief Executive Officer of SSL International, a British manufacturer and distributor of healthcare products, from 2003 to November 2010. Before that, he was Chief Financial Officer of SSL International from 2001 to 2006. He is a native of Great Britain. Mr Watts is a United Kingdom chartered accountant and served as Chief Financial Officer of Medeva plc, an international prescription pharmaceutical company, from 1996 to 2000. Prior to that he was an audit partner with KPMG LLP, an international audit, tax and advisory firm, in London. Mr Watts will continue to serve as a director of Stagecoach Group plc, a transportation company based in the UK, until July 2017, having previously served as deputy Chairman until March 2016. He is also Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Foxtons, a public Londonbased real estate agency. Mr Watts has been a director of CCE since 2010.

Curtis Welling

Mr. Curtis R. (Curt) Welling is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Mr Welling has been a member of the faculty at Dartmouth College’s Amos Tuck School of Business since January 2014. He is a Senior Fellow with a dual appointment at its Center of Business and Society and Center for Global Business and Government. Prior to joining the Tuck School in 2013, Curt was President and CEO of AmeriCares Foundation, a non-profit worldwide humanitarian aid and disaster relief organisation, from 2002. Before that, he was CEO of Princeton eCom Corp, an electronic bill and payment company, and SG Cowen Securities Corporation, a securities brokerage firm, and held several executive and management positions with Bear, Stearns, and Co. and the First Boston Corporation (now Credit Suisse), financial advisory and services companies. Curt was a director of Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. from 2007 to May 2016 and a director of Sapient Corporation, a global technology services company until 2015.