People: Credit Agricole SA (CRARY.PK)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Jean-Marie Sander

63 2010 Chairman of the Board

Jean-Paul Chifflet

64 2010 Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Management Committee and Executive Committee

Bruno de Laage

61 2010 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Retail Banking Activities, Specialized Financial Services and payment systems and flows, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Jean-Yves Hocher

58 2010 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Corporate and Investment Banking and Private Banking, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Michel Mathieu

55 2010 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Central Functions, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Xavier Musca

54 2012 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of International Retail Banking, Asset Management and Insurance Business Line, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Philippe Brassac

53 2010 Vice Chairman of the Board

Dominique Lefebvre

51 2010 Vice Chairman of the Board, Representative of SAS Rue La Boetie

Bernard Delpit

48 2011 Group Finance Director, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Jean-Paul Mazoyer

48 Group Industrial and Information Technology Director, Member of the Executive Committee

Hubert Reynier

51 2010 Head of Group Risk Management and Permanent Controls, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Pierre Deheunynck

51 2009 Head of Group Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Yves Perrier

59 Head of Asset Management, Securities and Investor Services, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Philippe Dumont

53 2011 Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Olivier Gavalda

50 2010 Head of the Regional Banks division, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Jerome Grivet

52 2010 Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Assurances and Predica, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Yves Nanquette

59 2011 Chief Executive Officer of LCL, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Jerome Brunel

59 2009 Head of Public Affairs, Member of the Executive Committee

Pierre Cambefort

49 2010 Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), Member of the Executive Committee

Francis Canterini

66 2010 Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), Member of the Executive Committee

Philippe Carayol

56 2011 Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Leasing & Factoring (CAL&F), Member of the Executive Committee

Julien Fontaine

41 2011 Head of Group Strategy, Member of the Executive Committee

Christophe Gancel

2011 Head of Private Banking, Member of the Executive Committee

Jean-Christophe Kiren

56 2011 Head of Payment Systems and Flows, Member of the Executive Committee

Giampiero Maioli

57 2012 Head of Credit Agricole SA Group's Activities in Italy, Member of the Executive Committee

Marc Oppenheim

46 2010 Head of International Retail Banking, Member of the Executive Committee

Alain Strub

58 2013 Senior Country Officer Greece, Member of the Executive Committee

Joseph d'Auzay

61 2010 Corporate Secretary, Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee

Pascale Berger

2013 Director - Representative of Regional Banks Employees

Xavier Beulin

56 2011 Director - Representative of Professional Agricultural Organizations

Pascal Celerier

60 2014 Director

Bernard de Dree

59 2012 Director - Representative of the Work's Council

Jean-Louis Delorme

63 2012 Director

Veronique Flachaire

55 2010 Director

Francois Heyman

54 2012 Director - Employees Representative

Christian Moueza

56 2012 Director - Employees Representative

Gerard Ouvrier-Buffet

2014 Director

Marc Pouzet

61 2012 Director

Jean-Claude Rigaud

64 2012 Director

Jean-Louis Roveyaz

62 2012 Director

Christian Talgorn

64 2010 Director

Caroline Catoire

59 2011 Independent Director

Laurence Dors

57 2009 Independent Director

Francoise Gri

56 2012 Independent Director

Monica Mondardini

53 2010 Independent Director

Christian Streiff

59 2011 Independent Director

Francois Veverka

61 2008 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Jean-Marie Sander

Mr. Jean-Marie Sander has served as Chairman of the Board of Credit Agricole SA since May 19, 2010. Prior to that, he had served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA, Representing SAS Rue La Boetie, from May 21, 2003. He is also Chairman of the Strategic Committee and Member of the Nominating and Governance Committee of the Company. He is also Chairman of CRCAM d’Alsace-Vosges, Vice Chairman of FNCA and Director of SAS Rue La Boetie, SACAM Participations, SCICAM and Electricite de Strasbourg amongst others.

Jean-Paul Chifflet

Mr. Jean-Paul Chifflet has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since March 1, 2010. He held the position of Vice Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors from January 31, 2007 to March 1, 2010. He joined Credit Agricole du Sud-Est in 1973 as head of sales management. He was appointed Corporate Secretary of Credit Agricole de la Drome in 1980 and Corporate Secretary of Credit Agricole du Sud-Est in 1986. In 1990, he was named Head of Development and Lending at Credit Agricole du Sud-Est. In 1992, he joined Credit Agricole Ain Saone-et-Loire as Deputy Chief Executive Officer, and held that same office at Credit Agricole Centre-Est from 1995. In 1997, Mr. Chifflet was named Head of Relations with Regional Banks at Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole, then, in 2000, Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Centre-Est. From 2006 to January 2010, Mr. Chifflet served as corporate secretary of the Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole (FNCA), vice-chairman of SAS Rue La Boetie and a director of Calyon, LCL and Siparex Associes, a private equity house. He is also a member of the Conseil Economique et Social in Paris (since 2007) and a member and officer of the Board of Confederation Nationale de la Mutualite, de la Cooperation et du Credit Agricole (CNMCCA). Mr. Chifflet is a graduate of Institut de Haute Finance de Paris (IHFI) and a Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Merite and Officier du Merite Agricole. Mr. Chifflet also holds several other mandates, including Chairman of LCL, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank and Amundi Group.

Bruno de Laage

Mr. Bruno de Laage has served as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee and as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Head of Retail Banking Activities, Specialized Financial Services and payment systems and flows of Credit Agricole SA since March 1, 2010. Before that, he held the post of Member of the Company's Board of Directors from May 17, 2006, to March 1, 2010. He was a Member of the Company's Strategic Committee. Mr. de Laage joined Credit Agricole de la Charente in 1978 where he held several positions, including Head of lending and Head of the corporate and small business market. In 1990, he moved to Credit Agricole du Loiret as Deputy Chief Executive Officer. In 1995, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole de la Sarthe, then from 2000, CEO of Credit Agricole de l’Anjou et du Maine. Since 2006, Mr. de Laage has served as a Director and member of the Strategy Committee of Credit Agricole SA and Deputy Secretary General of Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole. He is the Chairman of Vegepolys and was Chairman of John Deere Credit from 2003 to 2008. He also holds other mandates, including Chairman of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance and Uni Editions, Vice Chairman of Banco Espirito Santo, and Director of LCL, BforBank, Credit Agricole Creditor Insurance and Emporiki Bank, among others. Mr. de Laage graduated from Hautes Etudes Commerciales and INSEAD.

Jean-Yves Hocher

Mr. Jean-Yves Joseph Hocher has been a Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole SA since October 15, 2008 and is the Head of Corporate and Investment Banking and Private Banking of the Company as of December 1, 2010. He has served as Member of the Executive Committee since January 2006 and is also a Member of the Company's Management Committee. Prior to that, from March 1, 2010, he was in charge of Specialized Business Lines (CIB, Asset management, Insurance, Specialised Financial Services, Private banking and Real estate) and before that, from October 2008, he was in charge of Development of the Regional Banks, Payment Systems and Insurance. He previously served as Head of Specialized Financial Services as of May 14, 2008, and before that as Head of the Insurance business line, which includes Predica, Pacifica and La Medicale de France from January 2006. He was also Managing Director of Predica. Mr. Hocher was Managing Director of Credit Agricole’s Charente-Maritime Deux-Sevres Regional Bank between September 2001 and January 2006. After spending the first part of his career in the public sector, at the Ministry of Agriculture until 1986 and then as a Special Adviser in the Treasury Department, he joined Federation Nationale de Credit Agricole in 1989. He was Head of Banking Affairs within Federation Nationale de Credit Agricole (FNCA), and he became Managing Director of FNCA in 1997. Mr. Hocher is a graduate of the Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon and the Ecole Nationale du Genie Rural, des Eaux et Forets. He currently holds several other mandates, including Director of Newedge Group and CA Indosuez Private Banking.

Michel Mathieu

Mr. Michel Mathieu has served as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of Central Functions of Credit Agricole SA as of March 1, 2010. He assumes responsibility for Finance, Human Resources, Legal Affairs and Compliance, Information Systems, Strategy and Economic Research, and was also put in charge of Insurance, Asset Management, Real Estate and Private Equity (CAPE) on December 16, 2010. He was previously Member of the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA from May 21, 2008 until March 1, 2010. Mr. Mathieu began his career with Credit Agricole in 1983, starting at the Caisse Regionale du Gard, where he first worked an analyst, then as Head of Legal Affairs. In 1990, he was appointed Commitments Director before joining the Caisse Regionale du Midi as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in 1995. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Caisse Regionale du Gard in 1999 and also of the Caisse Regionale du Midi in 2005, ahead of the merger of these two Regional Banks. The merger was completed in 2007, creating the Caisse Regionale du Languedoc, with Mr. Mathieu as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Mathieu currently holds various mandates, including President of LESICA, and Director of Predica, Cariparma, LCL, Amundi Group and Credit Agricole CIB, amongst others. He holds a Doctorate in Corporate and Business Law.

Xavier Musca

Mr. Xavier Musca has been the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Head of International Retail Banking, Asset Management and Insurance Business Line, and a Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since July 17, 2012. He studied at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris and the Ecole Nationale d'Administration (Leonard de Vinci class). After becoming adviser to the head of the Inspection Generale des Finances in 1988, he joined the French Treasury in 1989, and in 1990 became head of the European Affairs Bureau. In 1993, he joined the cabinet of prime minister Edouard Balladur as technical adviser, before returning to the French Treasury in 1995, successively as head of the Financial Market Bureau and then as Deputy Director for Europe and Monetary and International Affairs in 1996 and head of the Division for the Financing of the Economy as of 2000. He was appointed Principal Private Secretary to Francis Mer, Minister of the Economy and Finance, from 2002 and 2004. In 2004, he was made Director General of the Treasury and Economic Policy (DGTPE), a newly created body bringing together the French Treasury, the department of external economic relations and the department for forecasts and economic analysis. He became Deputy Secretary General of the French President's Office in 2009, in charge of economic affairs, becoming Secretary General in 2011. He has been a Knight of the National Order of Merit since 2000 and the Legion of Honour since 2008 and is also a Knight of the Order of Agricultural Merit. Mr. Musca also holds other mandates, including Director of Amundi Group, CA Assurances, CACI, Cariparma, Pacifica and Banco Espirito Santo, Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Credit du Maroc, and Vice Chairman of Credit Agricole Egypt SAE.

Philippe Brassac

Mr. Philippe Brassac has served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole since January 21, 2010. He is also Member of the Company's Strategic Committee, and the Nominating and Governance Committee. He was elected Secretary General of the Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole on January 7, 2010 and is also Vice Chairman of Rue La Boetie SAS. He also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Caisse regionale Provence Cote d'Azur and Sacam International, and Director of LCL and Credit Agricole CIB among others.

Dominique Lefebvre

Mr. Dominique Lefebvre has served as Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 23, 2007 and has been appointed as Vice Chairman of the Board, Representative of SAS Rue La Boetie, on May 19, 2010. He is also Member of the Company's Remuneration, Governance and Nominating Committees and Strategic Committee. He holds several mandates, including Chairman of Caisse Regionale de Val de France, FNCA, SAS Rue La Boetie, SAS Sacam Participations, SAS Sacam International and GIE Gecam, and Vice Chairman of SAS Sacam Developpement.

Bernard Delpit

Mr. Bernard Delpit has been Group Finance Director and Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA as of August 29, 2011. He began his career in 1990 at the French Treasury. Until 2000, he held positions within the budget department of the Ministry of the Economy and Finance. In 2000, he moved to PSA Peugeot Citroen, where from 2001 he was Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dong Feng Peugeot Citroen Automobiles (China), before being appointed Head of Budget Control at the PSA Peugeot Citroen Group in 2004. Mr. Delpit joined the cabinet of the French President in May 2007 as Advisor for public finances and taxation, and then as Economic Advisor. Since June 2009, he has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the La Poste group. Mr. Delpit, who holds a degree in law and is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris, also studied at the Ecole Nationale d'Administration.

Jean-Paul Mazoyer

Mr. Jean-Paul Mazoyer is the Group Industrial and Information Technology Director and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA. He began his career at Credit Lyonnais Suisse in 1988 before joining Accenture where from 1989 to 1996, he worked as a consultant to commercial banks, notably Credit Agricole (both the Regional Banks and the Group central body). He joined Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole (FNCA) in September 1996 as Head of Distribution in the Retail Marketing division. He was Head of Marketing and Communications (February 1998 to August 2002) and Head of Loans and Risks (September 2002 to June 2004) at Credit Agricole Ile-de-France. He had been Head of Support Functions and Development at Calyon since December 21 2007, covering marketing, sales support and the international network. Prior to that, he had been Deputy Director of the International Network, in charge of coordinating and managing the support functions since July 2004. He has been Head of Support Functions and Development (SDE) to Amundi since January 2010. Mr. Mazoyer is a graduate of the EM Lyon business school (1987).

Hubert Reynier

Mr. Hubert Reynier is Head of Group Risk Management and Permanent Controls at Credit Agricole SA as of December 1, 2010, as well as Member of the Company's Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee. He began his career with the French government, moving to BNP in 1992, where he spent most of his career. He was Senior Vice President of the Investment Banking department (New York) between 1993 and 1994, General Manager of the London office in charge of capital markets and asset management, and then Chief Executive Officer of the BNP Group for Belgium and the Netherlands as of 1998. In 2000, Mr Reynier became special advisor to the Chief Executive Officer of the Commission des Operations de Bourse, before being appointed Head of the Premier Marche and then Head of Transactions and Financial Information in 2001. When the Autorite des Marches Financiers was created in 2004, he became Deputy General Secretary in charge of Regulation and International Affairs. He also chaired the work of the permanent committee of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions, specializing in asset management. He then joined Caisse des Depots et Consignations as Deputy Chief Financial Officer in 2009. Mr Reynier joined the Credit Agricole SA in June 2010 as Deputy Head of Risk Management and Permanent Control at Credit Agricole SA. Mr Reynier is a Senior National Auditor and a graduate of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration. He holds a degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris, a postgraduate diploma in Economics and a Masters degree in Law, both from Paris-Sorbonne University.

Pierre Deheunynck

Mr. Pierre Deheunynck has served as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee and Head of Group Human Resources of Credit Agricole SA since January 2009. He began his career at BSN - Danone in 1986, occupying various posts in the human resources function both in France and abroad. In 2000, he was appointed Head of Human Resources for Asia-Pacific, based in Singapore. From 2005 to 2009, he served as Senior Vice President of People and Organization Development. Mr Deheunynck graduated in Law from Universite Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne.

Yves Perrier

Mr. Yves Perrier serves as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee and Head of Asset Management, Securities and Investor Services of Credit Agricole SA. He is also Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Asset Management (CAAM) and CAAM Group as of September 18, 2007. Furthermore, he is Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CACEIS. After ten years experience in auditing and consultancy, notably with the firms E. Salustro and PA Consulting, Mr. Perrier joined Societe Generale in 1987, where he was appointed Head of Accounting Department, then Financial Controller, and Financial Director. In September 1999 Mr. Perrier joined Credit Lyonnais at the time of its privatization. As a Member of the Executive Committee, he supervised Finance, Risk and Internal Audit. He was also a Board Member of Credit Lyonnais Asset Management. In late 2002, acting on behalf of Credit Lyonnais, he oversaw the financial operation that led to the merger with Credit Agricole. As a Member of Credit Agricole SA’s Executive Committee since June 2003, he simultaneously held the positions of Group Risk Management Director and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the investment banking division in charge of support functions. In May 2004, he was named Chief Executive of Calyon in charge of structured finance, brokerage, risk and support functions. In 2005, Mr. Perrier took the responsibility of the international network, while maintaining responsibility for structured finance and support functions. He graduated from ESSEC and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Philippe Dumont

Mr. Philippe Dumont has served as Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since October 15, 2008 and as Chief Executive Officer of Sofinco and Finaref since July 31, 2009 ( as of April 1, 2010, he is CEO of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance after the merger of Sofinco and Finaref). He is also a Member of the Company's Management Committee as of 2011. He was also the Company's Chief Internal Auditor. He began his career as a civil servant at the Ministry of Economics and Finance, before working for Michel Barnier at the Ministry of the Environment between 1993 and 1995. From 1995 to 1996, he was François Fillon’s Deputy Principal Private Secretary at the Ministry of the Post Office, Information and Space Technology. Mr. Dumont joined Credit Agricole SA in 1997 as Head of the Economics, Finance and Tax Department of the Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole, where he became Deputy Managing Director in 2004. He was subsequently appointed Inspector General in charge of Internal Audit and a Member of LCL’s Group Management Committee in 2004. He was appointed Group General Inspector of Credit Agricole SA in 2006 and became a Member of the Executive Committee of the Company on October 15, 2008. Mr. Dumont is a graduate of Ecole Nationale du Genie Rural, des Eaux et des Forets, and of the Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon. He also holds a Ph.D. in Economics.

Olivier Gavalda

Mr. Olivier Gavalda has served as Head of the Regional Banks division and Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since March 1, 2010. From January 1, 2007 till 2010 he was CEO of Credit Agricole de Champagne Bourgogne. He joined Credit Agricole du Midi in 1988, where he was first Head of Project Organization, then Branch Manager, Training Manager and finally Marketing Director. In 1998 he took the position of Regional Director of Credit Agricole Ile de France. In 2002 he was appointed Assistant/Deputy Managing Director of Credit Agricole Sud Rhone Alpes, responsible for the development and human resources. Mr. Gavalda has been Director of CCPMA, of the training institute IFCAM and of Credit Agricole Capital Investissement et Finance. He holds a Masters in econometrics and a postgraduate degree in Organization and Information Technology from Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts et Metiers.

Jerome Grivet

Mr. Jerome Grivet is a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA and has been Chief Executive Officer of Predica as of September 1, 2010 as well as Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Assurances as of December 1, 2010. He is also a Member of the Management Committee of the Company. Prior to that, he served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Calyon from 2007. Mr. Grivet began his career with the French civil service. He then became adviser on European affairs to the Prime Minister, Alain Juppe, before joining Credit Lyonnais in 1998 as head of finance and management control for retail banking in France. In 2001, he was appointed head of strategy at Credit Lyonnais and later held the same post within Credit Agricole SA. In 2004 he joined Calyon, where he was head of finance, general secretariat and strategy before being appointed deputy chief executive officer in 2007. Mr. Grivet is a graduate of ESSEC and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. He also attended Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA) and is a qualified Treasury auditor.

Yves Nanquette

Mr. Yves Nanquette is Chief Executive Officer of LCL within Credit Agricole SA as of January 1, 2011, as well as Member of the Management Committee and the Executive Committee of the Company. He began his career with Credit Agricole SA in 1976, at the Martinique Regional Bank. He was an auditor at Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole (CNCA) from 1981 to 1985. In 1985, Mr. Nanquette joined the Aisne Regional Bank, becoming Chief Financial Officer in 1986. He then joined the Union Nord-Est Regional Bank in 1989 as Chief Financial Officer and Head of Human Resources. He was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ardennes Regional Bank in 1992 and then of the Nord Est Regional Bank in 1994 and the Val de France Regional Bank in 1998, becoming Chief Executive Officer in 2000. In 2005, he became Chief Executive Officer of the Ille-et-Vilaine Regional Bank. From 2010 to 2011, he was vice-chairman of Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole, chairman of the development capital firm Uni Expansion Ouest and director and chairman of the audit committee of Emporiki. Mr. Nanquette holds a degree in Economics (1975) and in Accounting (1977).

Jerome Brunel

Mr. Jerome Brunel has served as Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since 2007, and as Head of Public Affairs since July 31, 2009. From 2005 to 2007, he was the Head of the Regional Banks and the Private Equity Units of Credit Agricole SA. Subsequently, in 2007, he was appointed Head of Private Banking, in addition to his position at the helm of Private Equity. Then from October 2008 to 2009, Mr. Brunel served as Head of Specialized and Financial Services. He joined Credit Lyonnais in late 1990, working as Head of the Business Banking group in the Hauts-de-Seine region (1990-1993), Head of Credit Lyonnais Hong Kong and China and of capital markets activities in Asia excluding Japan (1994 -1997), and Head of Credit Lyonnais Americas in New York between January 1997 and January 2001. Subsequently, he was Head of Human Resources at Credit Lyonnais. After the merger between Credit Agricole SA and Credit Lyonnais in June 2003, he held the position of Head of Group Human and Social Resources at Credit Agricole SA until 2005. Before joining Credit Lyonnais, Mr. Brunel held various posts within France’s local government prefect body between 1980 and 1986 before moving to Paris Hospitals from 1980 to 1990. Mr. Brunel holds a degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris and was awarded with a Masters degree in Public Law from Universite Paris II Pantheon-Assas. He also graduated from Ecole Nationale d'Administration in 1980 and from INSEAD in 1990.

Pierre Cambefort

Mr. Pierre Cambefort is a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA and has served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) since September 1, 2010. He is in charge of Coverage, Investment Banking, Corporate Banking and the international network within Credit Agricole CIB. He joined the Credit Agricole Group in 1991, first in the general inspection and audit department of Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole (CNCA), and then at Credit Agricole d’Ile-de-France Regional Bank (1995–2003), where he was deputy head of credit development before becoming head of marketing and communications. After two years in charge of personal customers at Credit Agricole SA (2004-2005), he was appointed Deputy CEO of Credit Agricole Centre-Est Regional Bank in 2006. Mr. Cambefort is a graduate of Stanford University and Ecole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie in Paris.

Francis Canterini

Mr. Francis Canterini is a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA and serves as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) as of December 1, 2010, in charge of support functions. Prior to that, he was Member of the Executive Committee and Group Head of Risk Management and Permanent Controls of Credit Agricole SA from February 11, 2009. He joined Credit Lyonnais in 1991 after working as an Economics Lecturer at Algiers University between 1973 and 1981. From 1981 to 1991, he worked for Agence Française de Developpement (AFD) as Special Advisor and then Head of Financing and Treasury. Within Credit Lyonnais, he worked in group financing, with a particular focus on the French and international bond markets, between 1991 and 1994, and then became Head of Group Financial Communication between 1994 and 1996. In 1997, he was appointed Head of the Financial Engineering department, where he was in charge of the Credit Lyonnais privatization project. In 2000, he became Deputy Financial Director, before becoming Financial Director in 2003. On January 1, 2006, he joined the Executive Committee with responsibility for the management division, including finance, loan approvals and debt recovery. In March 2007, he was appointed Deputy Managing Director of Cariparma. Mr. Canterini gained a Masters degree in Economics in 1972 and a DESS Postgraduate diploma in Economics in 1973.

Philippe Carayol

Mr. Philippe Carayol has been Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Leasing & Factoring (CAL&F) and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since September 1, 2011. He began his career in 1982 at the Charente Regional Bank, since renamed Charente Perigord Regional Bank after a merger with the Dordogne Regional Bank. Head of the corporate market in 1991, then head of the sales network in 1997, he transferred in the latter position to the Gironde Regional Bank in 1999. He was subsequently appointed deputy CEO of the Charente Maritime Deux Sevres Regional Bank in 2002. In 2006, he joined the Aquitaine Regional Bank in the same role until August 2011. Mr. Carayol holds a degree in agrifood engineering from Ecole Nationale d'Ingenieurs des Techniques des Industries Agricoles et Alimentaires.

Julien Fontaine

Mr. Julien Fontaine has been the Head of Group Strategy and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since September 1, 2011. He started his career as a diplomat in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He joined McKinsey & Company in 2000 and was elected partner in the financial services practice in 2009. Mr. Fontaine holds a degree in Law and graduated from Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Essec, and Ecole Nationale d'Administration.

Christophe Gancel

Mr. Christophe Gancel has been the Head of Private Banking and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since November 1, 2011. After joining the banking commitments division of Banque Indosuez in 1977, Mr. Gancel moved to the major corporates division where he was head of corporate clients from 1980 to 1986. Between 1986 and 1992, he served as director of the Nord Pas-de-Calais region based in Lille, and then director of the Rhones-Alpes division in Lyon. In 1992, he became head of private banking in France at Banque Indosuez. In 1999, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Banque de Gestion Privee Indosuez, and remained in this position until 2007, when he became Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Suisse. Mr. Gancel holds a Master's degree in management from Paris University IX Dauphine and is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris.

Jean-Christophe Kiren

Mr. Jean-Christophe Kiren has been the Head of Payment Systems and Flows and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since August 1, 2011. He began his career in 1981 with a consulting firm. In 1983, he joined Credit Agricole du Sud Est regional bank where he held management positions in Organisation and Information Systems and then Financial Control until 1994, when he became head of GIE informatique Dialog. In 2000, he was appointed Head of Human Resources and Communications at Credit Agricole Anjou Maine regional bank. In 2004, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Calvados regional bank and of Credit Agricole Normand and then of Credit Agricole Normandie regional bank in 2005. In 2007, he joined LCL as Head of Technology and Processing. He has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Credit Agricole Nord-Est regional bank since 2009. He is a graduate of the ESSEC business school.

Giampiero Maioli

Mr. Giampiero Maioli has been the Head of Credit Agricole SA Group's Activities in Italy and a Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since 2012. He began his career in 1979 at Credito Emiliano, then moving to Chemical Bank. In 1992, he joined Cariparma e Piacenza, firstly as head of the division formed from Credito Commerciale, and then as head of marketing, before joining the sales department. He was made deputy CEO in 2003 and then Chief Executive Officer of the bank in 2007 in charge of lending and commercial activities. Mr. Maioli has been Executive Director of Cariparma Credit Agricole since 2010. He holds a degree in economics.

Marc Oppenheim

Mr. Marc Oppenheim has served as Member of the Executive Committee and Head of International Retail Banking of Credit Agricole SA since June 15, 2010. On January 1, 2007, Mr. Oppenheim was appointed marketing director and a member of LCL’s Management Committee. In March 2006, he was appointed director of Project Development and Processes at LCL, reporting to the deputy CEO. He joined Credit Lyonnais in September 1993 as Auditor, before becoming project manager and assistant supervisor at the Internal Audit Department. He was then appointed head of the Retail Branches Division in Saint-Denis (1997), then director of Retail/Self-Employed Markets (1999). He became head of Multi-Channel Contact Centers in Paris in June 2001 as part of the project to set up call centers for Retail/Self-Employed Banking. He was then given responsibility for the Operations Division for Retail/Self-Employed Back Offices (East) and for managing the electronic banking and estate planning processes. Mr. Oppenheim began his career in 1985 with Thomson Grand Public, as assistant to the CFO. He joined Compagnie Generale Maritime as assistant to the Marketing Director in London in 1989, then, in February 1991, he was assigned to the project to set up a network of agents in Asia. Mr. Oppenheim is a graduate of ESSEC Business School (1988).

Alain Strub

Mr. Alain Andre Strub has been Senior Country Officer Greece and Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA since February 1, 2013. Prior to that, he served Member of the Executive Committee of Credit Agricole SA and Chief Executive Officer of Emporiki Bank from February 26, 2009, and before he held the position of Head of Group Risks and Permanent Controls and Member of the Executive Committee from January 2006. Mr. Strub joined Credit Agricole in 1977 in the marketing and sales promotion department of the Loiret Regional Bank, and has spent his entire career with Credit Agricole. He then moved to the Internal Control and Audit division of CNCA, where he served as project manager from 1982 to 1986, before returning to Loiret as Head of Branches and IT. He was then appointed Senior General Manager of the Beauce-et-Perche Regional Bank in 1990. In 1998 he became CEO of the Touraine and Poitou Regional Bank and in 2004, he joined Credit Agricole SA as Regional Bank Development Director. Mr. Strub graduated from Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Toulouse.

Joseph d'Auzay

Mr. Joseph d'Auzay has served as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee and Corporate Secretary of Credit Agricole SA since March 1, 2010. He started his career in 1976 in the Institut de Formation des Cadres Paysans. In 1979 he joined the Centre National des Jeunes Agriculteurs (CNJA), being first responsible for the communication. In 1987 he was appointed Managing Director of CNJA. In 1991, Mr. d'Auzay joined the Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole as Communication Director and in 1994 he was appointed Assistant/Deputy Managing Director. Since January 2006 he holds the position of Managing Director of Federation Nationale du Credit Agricole. He has served also as Managing Director of SAS SACAM Participations and as Member of the Board of Directors of BforBank. Mr. d'Auzay graduated from Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and from Centre de Formation des Journalistes.

Pascale Berger

Xavier Beulin

Mr. Xavier Beulin has been the Representative of Professional Agricultural Organizations on the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since September 30, 2011. He is also the Chairman of Federation Nationale des Syndicats d'Exploitants Agricoles (FNSEA) and holds other mandates, including Chairman of Sofiproteol, Vice Chairman of Copa and President of the Regional Social and Economic Council of the Centre region and of Grand Port Maritime de La Rochelle amongst other positions.

Pascal Celerier

Bernard de Dree

Mr. Bernard de Dree has been a Representative of the Work's Council on the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since June 21, 2012. He works within the Financial Management Division of Credit Agricole SA as a Permanent Controls Officer in the Group Risk Management and Permanent Controls Division.

Jean-Louis Delorme

Mr. Jean-Louis Delorme has been a Director of Credit Agricole SA since February 22, 2012 and is also a Member of the Company's Strategic Committee. He previously served as a Non-voting Director of the Company from May 2010. He is also the Chairman of Caisse regionale de Franche-Comte, Delegation Federale de Negociation (FNCA) and HECA, and holds several other mandates, including Director of Banca Popolare FriulAdria, Agrica - CCPMA Retraite and IFCAM.

Veronique Flachaire

Ms. Veronique Flachaire has served as Director of Credit Agricole SA since February 17, 2010. She is also Member of the Company's Audit and Risk Committee. She serves as Chief executive Officer of Caisse Regionale du Languedoc and holds various other mandates, including President of Santeffi and UNEXO, and Director of BforBank, CCPMA and HECA, among others.

Francois Heyman

Mr. Francois Heyman has been an Employees Representative on the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since June 2012. He works as a Research analyst and communications actions in the Communications department Groups of the Company.

Christian Moueza

Mr. Christian Moueza has been an Employees Representative on the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since June 2012. He works as an IT Sites Manager at SILCA.

Gerard Ouvrier-Buffet

Marc Pouzet

Mr. Marc Pouzet has been a Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 22, 2012. He is the Chairman of the Caisse regionale Alpes Provence and also serves as the Vice Chairman of FNCA, Director of SAS Rue La Boetie and the Amundi Group and Member of the Supervisory board of Credit du Maroc. In addition to this, he also holds other mandates, including Vice Chairman of the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Marseille-Provence, Honorary Chairman of Federation Regionale des Industries Agro-Alimentaires and Biomediterranee, and Member of the MEDEF Permanent Assembly and of the Board of directors of Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Marseille (Euromed).

Jean-Claude Rigaud

Mr. Jean-Claude Rigaud has been a Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 22, 2012. He is also a Member of the Company's Nominating and Governance Committee. He is the Chairman of the Caisse regionale Pyrenees-Gascogne and also holds other mandates, including Chairman of the Executive Managers’ Commission of the Credit Agricole Group and of the Institut de Formation du Credit Agricole (IFCAM) and DIFCAM, Director of SAS Rue La Boetie, Association des Presidents de Caisse regionale and Bankoa, Treasurer of the Federal Bureau (FNCA), Member of the National Executive Compensation Commission (FNCA), the Human Resources Commission (FNCA), the Federal Trade Delegation and HR Development Committee (FNCA) and the Agricultural Finance Committee and Housing Committee (FNCA), and Director and Member of the Compensation and Appointments Committee of Amundi Group. In addition to this, he also serves as a Director of Compagnie d’Amenagement des Coteaux de Gascogne, Grand Sud-Ouest Capital (venture capital firm) and SAFER Gascogne Haut-Languedoc, as well as Director and Member of the Finance Commission of the Chamber of Agriculture for the Gers region.

Jean-Louis Roveyaz

Mr. Jean-Louis Roveyaz has been a Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 22, 2012. He is the Chairman of the Caisse regionale de l'Anjou et du Maine and also serves as Chairman of Association des Presidents de Caisse regionale (FNCA), the Finance and Risks Committee (FNCA) and the Agricultural Finance Committee (FNCA). In addition to this, he is a Member of the Mutual Life Insurance and Identity Commission of Credit Agricole (FNCA) and the Food Strategy Committee set up by Credit Agricole SA, as well as a Director of Credit Agricole CIB, Cariparma and John Deere Financial, and Member of the Supervisory Board of Sefa.

Christian Talgorn

Mr. Christian Talgorn has served as a Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 19, 2010. He is also Member of the Company's Audit and Risks Committee and Remuneration Committee. He is also the Chairman of Caisse Regionale du Morbihan and holds other mandates, including Chairman of Credit Agricole en Bretagne and the Mutual insurance life and identity commission (FNCA), Director of Credit Agricole Egypt and BforBank, and Chairman of the European Association of Cooperative Banks. In addition to that, he teaches Law at Universite Bretagne Sud.

Caroline Catoire

Ms. Caroline Catoire has been an Independent Member of the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since May 2011 and is also a Member of the Company’s Audit and Risks Committee. She is also the Director of Finance of Saur and a Director of Societe Coved and Societe Saurea.

Laurence Dors

Ms. Laurence Dors has served as Independent Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 19, 2009. She has been Chairwoman of the Company's Remuneration Committee and Member of the Audit and Risks Committee since May 19, 2009 and she has been Member of the Nominating and Governance Committee of the Company since November 2009. She works as an Associate Director of Anthenor Partners and is also an Independent Director of Cap Gemini and Egis SA, among others. Ms. Dors previously served as Member of the Executive Committee and General Secretary of Groupe Renault SA until 2011, Deputy CEO of Groupe Dassault Systemes until 2010 and General Secretary of Groupe EADS until 2008. She graduated from Ecole Nationale d'Administration and Ecole Normale Superieure.

Francoise Gri

Ms. Francoise Gri has been an Independent Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 22, 2012. She is also a Member of the Company's Strategic Committee. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Pierre & Vacances-Center Parcs and also serves as Deputy Chairman of the Institut de l’Entreprise (Idep), and Member of the Supervisory Board of Rexel, the Board of Directors of Edenred (formerly AccorServices), the Ethics Committee and Employment Committee of MEDEF and the Economic, Social and Environmental Committee.

Monica Mondardini

Ms. Monica Mondardini has served as an Independent Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 19, 2010. She also chairs the Company's Nominating and Governance Committee. She is also Executive Director of Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso and a Director of SCOR SE, Atlantia SpA and Trevi Group SA. She graduated from Universita degli Studi di Bologna in Economic Sciences.

Christian Streiff

Mr. Christian Streiff has been an Independent Member of the Board of Directors of Credit Agricole SA since May 2011 and is also a Member of the Company’s Remuneration Committee. He is the Chairman of C.S. Conseils and also serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of ThyssenKrupp AG, Finmeccanica SpA, Bridgepoint and TI-Automotive. He is the former Chairman of the Management Board of PSA Peugeot Citroen (until 2009) and former Executive Chairman of Airbus (until 2006).

Francois Veverka

Mr. Francois Veverka has served as Independent Director of Credit Agricole SA since May 21, 2008, and is also the Chairman of the Company's Audit and Risks Committee and Member of the Strategic Committee and Remuneration Committee. He is a Consultant in banking and financial activities, working for Banquefinance Associes. He is also a Director of LCL and Credit Agricole CIB, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Octofinances, Independent Director of Amundi UK Ltd, and non-voting Director of Amundi Group. Mr. Veverka previously worked for Standard & Poors.
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