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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Didier Lombard

71 2011 Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Carlo Bozotti

Chief Executive Officer, President, Sole Member of the Managing Board

Bruno Steve

71 2011 Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Carlo Ferro

52 2013 Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President - Finance, Legal, Infrastructure and Services

Eric Aussedat

59 2012 Executive Vice President, General Manager of the Imaging, Bi-CMOS ASIC and Silicon Photonics Group

Orio Bellezza

54 2008 Executive Vice President, General Manager - Front-End & Manufacturing Technology R&D IMS & APG

Claude Dardanne

61 2007 Executive Vice President, General Manager of Microcontrollers Memory & Secure MCU

Marco Monti

52 2012 Executive Vice President, General Manager - Automotive Product Group

Carmelo Papa

64 2012 Executive Vice President, General Manager - Industrial & Multisegment Sector

Benedetto Vigna

44 2011 Executive Vice President, General Manager - Analog, MEMS and Sensors

Paul Grimme

54 2012 Executive Vice President, General Manager - Sales & Marketing Europe, Middle East and Africa Region

Mario Arlati

65 2013 Executive Vice President, Strategies and Business Management for Sense & Power and Automotive Products (SP&A) Segment

Georges Auguste

64 2011 Executive Vice President - Packaging and Test Manufacturing

Gian Luca Bertino

53 2012 Executive Vice President - Digital Convergence Group

Marco Luciano Cassis

50 2010 Executive Vice President, President - Japan & Korea Region

Andrea Cuomo

59 2012 Executive Vice President - Advanced Systems Technology and Special Projects, Chairman - 3Sun

Fabio Gualandris

54 2011 Executive Vice President - Product Quality Excellence

Francois Guibert

60 2010 Executive Vice President, President - Greater China & South Asia Region

Joel Hartmann

58 2012 Executive Vice President - Front-End Manufacturing & Process R&D

Otto Kosgalwies

57 2007 Executive Vice President - Infrastructure and Services

Robert Krysiak

59 2010 Executive Vice President , President - Americas Region

Loic Lietar

51 2011 Executive Vice President - New Ventures

Philippe Magarshack

52 2012 Executive Vice President - Design Enablement & Services

Georges Penalver

57 2012 Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy Officer

Jean-Marc Chery

53 2013 General Manager of the Embedded Processing Solutions Segment

Stephane Delivre

54 2011 Corporate Vice President, Global Chief Information Officer

Steven Rose

51 2013 Corporate Vice President and General Counsel

Giuseppe Notarnicola

52 Corporate Vice President, Corporate Treasury, Managing Director of Finance B.V.

Philippe Brun

55 2012 Corporate Vice President of Human Resources

Lorenzo Grandi

52 2012 Corporate Vice President - Corporate Control

Claudia Levo

48 2011 Corporate Vice President - Communication

Jerome Roux

57 2012 Corporate Vice President - Global Procurement and Outsourcing

Raymond Bingham

67 2007 Member of the Supervisory Board

Jean d'Arthuys

46 2011 Member of the Supervisory Board

Tom de Waard

67 1998 Member of the Supervisory Board

Jean-Georges Malcor

56 2011 Member of the Supervisory Board

Alessandro Ovi

69 2007 Member of the Supervisory Board

Alessandro Rivera

42 2011 Member of the Supervisory Board

Martine Verluyten

61 2012 Member of the Supervisory Board

Biographies

Name Description

Didier Lombard

Mr. Didier Lombard has served as Chairman of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since May 3, 2011. He has been Member of the Company's Supervisory Board since March 11, 2004. He is also a Member of the Company's Strategic, Compensation, Corporate Governance and Nominating Committees. Mr. Lombard was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of France Telecom in March 2005, and served as Chief Executive Officer until February 2010 and Chairman until March 2011. Mr. Lombard began his career in the Research and Development division of France Telecom in 1967. From 1989 to 1990, he served as Scientific and Technological Director at the Ministry of Research and Technology. From 1991 to 1998, he served as General Director for industrial strategies at the French Ministry of Economy, Finances and Industry, and from 1999 to 2003, he served as Ambassador for foreign investments in France and as President of the French Agency for International Investments. From 2003 through February 2005, he served as France Telecom’s Senior Executive Vice President in charge of technologies, strategic partnerships and new usages and as Member of France Telecom’s Executive Committee. Mr. Lombard also spent several years as Ambassador in charge of foreign investment in France. He is also a Member of the Board of Directors of Thales and Technicolor (previously Thomson), one of the customers, as well as a member of the Supervisory Board of Radiall. He Member of the Supervisory Board of ST Holding until November 15, 2006. Mr. Didier Lombard graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications.

Carlo Bozotti

Mr. Carlo Bozotti has served as Chief Executive Officer, President and Sole Member of the Managing Board at STMicroelectronics NV since 2005. Ten years later, Mr. Bozotti became General Manager of the Telecom Product Division. Subsequently, he was promoted to Director of Corporate Strategic Marketing and Key Accounts and, later, to Corporate Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Americas. In 1994, Bozotti was appointed Corporate Vice President for Europe and the Headquarters Regions, overseeing the Company’s sales in Europe, as well as sales to key customers and strategic marketing worldwide. From 1998 to 2005, Mr. Bozotti served as Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Memory Products Group. In 2011, Bozotti began a second (non-consecutive) term as the President of the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA). He graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pavia, Italy.

Bruno Steve

Mr. Bruno Steve has served as Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since May 3, 2011. He has been Member of the Company’s Supervisory board since 1989. Additionally, he is Member of the Audit, Compensation, Corporate Governance and Nominating Committees at the Company. He previously worked at Istituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale-IRI S.p.A. (IRI), a former shareholder of Finmeccanica, Finmeccanica and other affiliates of I.R.I. in various senior positions for over 17 years. Mr. Steve is currently Chairman of the Statutory Auditors of Selex Galileo S.p.A. He previously served as a Member of the Statutory Auditors of Pirelli Tyres S.p.A. He was Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ST Holding from May 1999 to March 2002; Chairman of the Board from March 2002 to May 2003, and Member of the Board until his resignation on April 21, 2004. Until December 1999, he served as Chairman of MEI. He was Chief Operating Officer of Finmeccanica from 1988 to July 1997, and Chief Executive Officer of the company from May 1995 to July 1997. He also served as Senior Vice President of Planning, Finance and Control of I.R.I. from 1984 to 1988. Prior to 1984, Mr. Steve served in several key executive positions at Telecom Italia. Mr. Steve is also a Professor at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome. Mr. Steve was Vice Chairman from May 1999 to March 2002, Chairman from March 2002 to May 2003 and Member until his resignation on April 21, 2004 of the Supervisory Board of ST Holding.

Carlo Ferro

Mr. Carlo Ferro has served as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President - Finance, Legal, Infrastructure and Services of STMicroelectronics NV since August 2013. He remains Chief Executive Officer - ST-Ericsson at the Company and is still Member of the Corporate Strategic Committee. Prior to this, he held the functions of Executive Vice President - Corporate Projects, President & Chief Executive Officer - ST-Ericsson of the Company from April 1, 2013. In April 2002, he became Deputy Chief Financial Officer of the Company and was promoted to Chief Financial Officer and Vice President on May 1, 2003. Then, in 2004, he continued as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Company until February 20, 2012. At Finmeccanica, the Italian engineering and manufacturing group and, at that time, a shareholder of SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics NV) from 1992 to 1996, Mr. Ferro gained experience in Planning and Control, Corporate Finance and M&A. In fact, he was part of the ST IPO team in 1994 and had been associated as an expert to the ST Supervisory Board. Over the next three years, he held executive positions for Elsag Bailey Process Automation NV (EBPA), first as Vice President for Strategic Planning, and later as Vice President for Planning and Control and principal financial officer. He had been Chairman of Incard SA, sole Managing Director of ST Service Srl, Member of the Board and Chairman of the Audit Committee of ST-NXP Wireless and ST-Ericsson till February 2012. He graduated in Business and Economics from the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome (the Luiss Guido Carli University in Rome) in1984, where he served as a professor of Planning and Control and as an associate professor of Advanced Finance in various periods. He is a Certified Public Accountant registered in Italy.

Eric Aussedat

Mr. Eric Aussedat has been Executive Vice President, General Manager of the Imaging, Bi-CMOS ASIC and Silicon Photonics Group at STMicroelectronics NV since September 13, 2012. He previously served as Corporate Vice President of the Company and General Manager of the Imaging, Bi-CMOS ASIC and Silicon Photonics Group from February 2012. He joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to ST, as Product Engineer in 1981. He held various positions in product engineering and planning and was promoted to Planning Manager of the Video Products Group in 1986. Later on, he was appointed to manage the product and manufacturing planning operations of Bristol-based INMOS, a UK company acquired by ST in 1989. After his return to France, he supervised the Engineering and Test Strategy for the Programmable Product Group before his promotion to the Head of ST's Microcontroller Division in 1995. From 2000 to 2004, he led the TV and Display Division, and became General Manager of ST's Cellular Communication Division in 2005. Two years later, Mr. Eric Aussedat was appointed General Manager of the Imaging Division. He graduated with a degree in Electronics Engineering from the Institut National Polytechnique in Grenoble. Moreover, he earned a diploma from the Institut d'Administration des Entreprises of Grenoble (Universite Pierre-Mendes-France).

Orio Bellezza

Mr. Orio Bellezza has serves as Executive Executive Vice President and General Manager - Front-End & Manufacturing Technology R&D IMS & APG of STMicroelectronics NV since January 1, 2008. He is Member of the Company’s Corporate Strategic Committee. Mr. Bellezza joined SGS-ATES, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1984. He then moved to the Company’s Central R&D organization and participated in several projects, including the introduction of process technology modules for manufacturing sub-micron non-volatile memories. In 1996, Mr. Bellezza was appointed Director of the Company’s Research and Development (R&D) facility in Agrate. In 2002, he became Vice President of Central R&D, and in 2005, was appointed to Vice President and Assistant General Manager of Front-End Technology and Manufacturing. Mr.Bellezza has published technical papers and earned several patents in non-volatile memories. He graduated with a degree in Chemistry from the University of Milan (Università degli Studi di Milano), Italy.

Claude Dardanne

Mr. Claude Dardanne has been Executive Vice President and General Manager of Microcontrollers Memory & Secure MCU at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2007 and is also Member of the Company's Corporate Strategic Committee. He started his career with Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics NV. From 1982, he was responsible for the marketing of microcontroller and microprocessor products. Between 1989 and 1994, he served as Marketing Director at Apple Computer, France, and Alcatel Mietec, Belgium, covering markets such as Education and Banking, as well as Automotive and Industrial. In 1994, he rejoined the Company as Director of Central Marketing for the Memory Products Group. In 1998, Mr. Dardanne became Head of the EEPROM (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory) Division and was promoted to Group Vice President and General Manager of the Serial Non Volatile Memories Division in 2002. Two years later, he was appointed Group Deputy General Manager and Head of the Smartcard Division. Mr. Claude Dardanne graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ecole Superieure d'Ingenieurs en Genie Electrique in Rouen, France.

Marco Monti

Mr. Marco Maria Monti has been the Executive Vice President and General Manager - Automotive Product Group of STMicroelectronics NV as of January 2012. He joined ST in Central R&D in 1986 and transferred to the Automotive Division in 1988, where he designed automotive ICs incorporating smart-power technologies. He moved to Japan in 1990 working on a co-development activity designing a noise-reduction system for audio applications. Subsequently, he transferred into marketing, contributing to the expansion of ST’s Automotive Business in Japan. In 2000, he became the marketing manager for the ST Automotive Division. Two years later, Mr. Marco Maria Monti started the automotive microprocessor business and in 2004 was promoted to Division General Manager for Powertrain, Safety and Chassis products. In 2009 he took responsibility for the Automotive Electronics Division inside ST’s Automotive Product Group. Mr. Marco Maria Monti graduated cum laude in Electronic Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan, Italy, and two years later from the University of Pavia, Italy, with a Doctorate in Philosophy in Electronics.

Carmelo Papa

Mr. Carmelo Papa has served as Executive Vice President and General Manager - Industrial & Multisegment Sector at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2007. He sits on the Board of Directors of ST New Ventures SA and is Member of the Corporate Strategic Committee. Mr. Papa started his professional career with International Computers Limited. He joined SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1983, and three years later was promoted to Director of Product Marketing and Customer Service for Transistors and Standard ICs. In 2000, Mr. Papa was appointed Corporate Vice President, responsible for ST’s sales and marketing in Emerging Markets. In 2005, he was chosen to lead the Micro, Power and Analog Group, serving a customer base in a variety of applications with a special emphasis on the industrial segment. Mr. Papa is currently serving his second term as Chairman of the European Platform on Smart Systems, an industry-driven initiative focused on innovation in nanotechnologies and smart systems integration. Mr. Carmelo Papa graduated with a degree in Nuclear Physics from the University of Catania.

Benedetto Vigna

Mr. Benedetto Vigna has been Executive Vice President and General Manager - Analog, MEMS and Sensors of STMicroelectronics NV since September 2011 and is also Member of the Company's Corporate Strategic Committee. In 1995, Mr. Vigna joined the Company's research and development Labs and launched the Company's efforts in MEMS. Six years later, he was appointed Director of the MEMS Business Unit, responsible for design, manufacturing and marketing of the MEMS accelerometers and gyroscopes. In 2007, his scope was enlarged to include management of Sensors, RF, High-Performance Analog and Mixed Signal, as well as Interface, Audio for Portable, and General-Purpose Analog products. He has served as industrial consultant for the President of the Italian Scientific Research Center and sits on the industrial board of several EU-funded programs. He graduated with a degree in Subnuclear Physics from the University of Pisa, Italy.

Paul Grimme

Mr. Paul E. Grimme has served as Executive Vice President and General Manager - Sales & Marketing Europe, Middle East and Africa Region at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2012. Additionally, since the same time, he has occupied the post of Member of the Company’s Corporate Strategic Committee. He began his career at Motorola, where he held positions of increasing responsibility in product engineering, marketing and operations management. He served as Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the 8/16-bit Products Division. In 1999, Mr. Grimme was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of the Advanced Vehicle Systems Division. He was later appointed Senior Vice President of the Transportation and Standard Products Group and continued in that role at Freescale Semiconductor after Motorola spun off its semiconductor business. Mr. Grimme also served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Freescale Semiconductor's Microcontroller Solutions Group. Grimme joined STMicroelectronics in early 2009 and later that year he was appointed Executive Vice President and General Manager of STMicroelectronics' Automotive Product Group. He graduated from the University of Nebraska (Lincoln) with a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering and from the University of Texas (Austin) with a Master of Business Administration (1992).

Mario Arlati

Mr. Mario Arlati has been Executive Vice President, Strategies and Business Management for Sense & Power and Automotive Products (SP&A) Segment at STMicroelectronics NV since August 2013. He is also previously was Member of the Company's Corporate Strategic Committee as well. He was Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the Company from February 20, 2012 to July 2013. Mr. Arlati started his professional career at SGS-ATES, a predecessor company. He was member of the teams that managed the 1987 merger of SGS Microelettronica and Thomson Semiconducteurs (ST), and later, in 1994, ST's Initial Public Offering on the NYSE and Euronext Paris (formerly known as the Paris Bourse), followed in 1998 by ST's listing on the Borsa Italiana (Italian Stock Exchange). His career has covered all of the various functions including Accounting, Business Control, Finance, and Consolidation Reporting, in positions of increasing responsibility. He was promoted to Corporate Controller and later became Chief Accounting Officer and Head of External Reporting. He also participated in the establishment of the ST Foundation, an independent charitable organization, serving as a Director since its inception. Mr. Arlati graduated with a degree in Business and Economics from Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano in 1974.

Georges Auguste

Mr. Georges Auguste has been Executive Vice President of Packaging and Test Manufacturing of STMicroelectronics NV since May 1, 2011. He previously served as Executive Vice President of Quality, Education and Sustainable Development and Executive Vice President of Total Quality and Environmental Management and before that as Corporate Vice President of Total Quality and Environmental Management of the Company since 1999. Mr. Auguste started his career in semiconductors with Philips as technical manager. He joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1986, and two years later was appointed General Manager of the manufacturing facility in Nancy, France. From 1990, Mr. Auguste served as Managing Director of the Company’s operations in Morocco. In 1997, he was appointed Director of the Total Quality and Environment Group, and, in 1999, he was promoted to Corporate Vice President. In 2005, his mission was enlarged to cover the coordination of the Company’s corporate responsibility strategy, encompassing social, ethical and environmental aspects. In 2008, he became Executive Vice President, Director of Product Quality Excellence, addressing product quality matters throughout the Company’s operations. He received a degree in Engineering from the Ecole Superieure d’Electricite (SUPELEC) in 1973 and a degree in Business Administration from Universite de Caen in 1976.

Gian Luca Bertino

Mr. Gian Luca Bertino has served as Executive Vice President - Digital Convergence Group at STMicroelectronics NV since February 2012. He started his professional career with Olivetti Personal Computers, where he rose through the ranks to Head of Development of Portable PCs. Mr. Bertino joined SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics) in 1997 as a Market Development Manager. The following year he was appointed Director of the Computer and Consumer Business Unit, responsible for sales and marketing in Europe, and was promoted to Europe Region Vice President, Computer and Consumer, in 2000. In 2003, Mr. Bertino joined the Company’s Telecommunications, Peripherals and Automotive Group as Vice President and General Manager of the Data Storage Division. In 2005, Mr. Bertino was promoted to Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Company’s Computer Product Group, and in 2008, his group was expanded to include the Communication Infrastructure organization.

Marco Luciano Cassis

Mr. Marco Luciano Cassis has served as Executive Vice President, President - Japan & Korea Region at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2010. He joined SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics) as a car radio chip designer in 1987. Six years later, he moved to Japan to help expand the Company’s audio business with Japanese players and contributed to the establishment of the strategic alliance with Pioneer in the late 1990s. In 2000, Mr. Cassis took charge of the Audio Business Unit and he was subsequently promoted to Director of Audio and Automotive Group, responsible for design, marketing, sales, application support and customer service. In 2004, Mr. Cassis was named Vice President of Marketing for automotive, computer peripheral, and telecom products. In 2005, he advanced to Vice President Automotive Segment Group and joined the Board of STMicroelectronics K.K., the Japanese subsidiary. Mr. Marco Luciano Cassis graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan with a degree in Electronic Engineering.

Andrea Cuomo

Mr. Andrea Cuomo has been Executive Vice President - Advanced Systems Technology and Special Projects and Chairman - 3Sun at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2012. He joined SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1983, and rose to become Vice President for the Headquarters Region in 1994. In 1998, he created the AST group, an organization in the development of the Company’s system knowledge and advanced architectures. In 2002, Mr. Cuomo was promoted to Corporate Vice President and AST General Manager, and took on further responsibilities as Chief Strategy Officer in 2005. In 2008, Mr. Cuomo was appointed Executive Vice President, General Manager of Sales and Marketing for Europe and AST and his portfolio was later expanded to include the Middle East and Africa. His board memberships include the International Advisory Board at the HEC Business School in Paris, the International Advisory Board of Nano-Tera, a Swiss National program for Nanotechnologies, and TTFactor, the IP utilization arm of the Istituto Europeo di Oncologia. He studied Nuclear Science at the Polytechnic of Milan.

Fabio Gualandris

Mr. Fabio Gualandris has served as Executive Vice President - Product Quality Excellence at STMicroelectronics NV since February 2011. He joined the Research & Development (R&D) organization of SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company to ST, in 1984, and was promoted to R&D Director of Operations in 1989. In 1996, Mr. Gualandris became Automotive Business Unit Director, focusing on product quality and development. After two years in the United States as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Semitool, he rejoined ST in 2000 as Group Vice President responsible for the RAM/PSRAM Product Division and the Flash Automotive Business Unit. In 2005, he was appointed CEO of ST Incard, an ST smart-card subsidiary. Two years later, he contributed to the carve out of ST's Flash Memory Group and subsequently joined Numonyx, the joint venture with Intel, as Vice President and Supply Chain General Manager. He has authored several technical and managerial papers, holds some international patents, and served as a Board Member in Incard SA, ST Incard, and the Numonyx-Hynix joint venture in China. He also served as Board Member and President of Numonyx Italy. Mr. Fabio Gualandris graduated in Physics from the University of Milan.

Francois Guibert

Mr. Francois Guibert has been Executive Vice President and President - Greater China & South Asia Region of STMicroelectronics NV since January 2010. He joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1981, after three years at Texas Instruments. He was appointed Director of Semicustom Business for Asia Pacific in 1987, and two years later became President of ST’s operations in Taiwan. Mr. Guibert also held senior positions in Corporate Business Development and Investor Relations. In 2005, he was promoted to Corporate Vice President, Emerging Markets. Mr. Guibert serves as Chairman of the Board at Veredus Laboratories, a Singapore-based life-sciences subsidiary of the Company. In April 2013, he was appointed Director of Shenzhen STS Microelectronics, ST’s joint venture with Shenzhen High Tech Industrial Company. Guibert holds board memberships with the Singapore Economic Development Board, the European Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, and Alliance Francaise de Singapour. He was bestowed Knight of the National Order of Merit by the French government in 2009. He graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from Ecole Centrale Marseille, France (1978).

Joel Hartmann

Mr. Joel Hartmann has been Executive Vice President - Front-End Manufacturing & Process R&D of STMicroelectronics NV since September 13, 2012. He started his career at CEA-LETI in 1978 as Doctorate in Philosophy student on modelization of CMOS/SOS technology. From 1979 to 2000, he worked on X-ray photolithography, technology electrical characterization, and then was in charge of process integration technology. From 1998 to 2000, he acted as Microelectronics Department Director of CEA-LETI. In December 2000, he joined the Company in Crolles in France, where he acted as Director of the Crolles2 Alliance, within the alliance between STMicroelectronics, NXP (former Philips Semiconductors) and Freescale Semiconductor (previously Motorola) from 2000 to 2007. In 2008, Mr. Joel Hartmann was appointed Technology R&D Group VP, in charge of Advanced CMOS Logic & Derivative Technologies. In October 2010, he was also appointed as co-leader of the SRDC organization at IBM Fishkill (NY) facility in the frame of the ISDA (International Semiconductor Development Alliance) conducted by IBM. He was Member of the IEDM Conference Steering Committee, between 1994 and 1999 (European Co-Chair and Chair from 1997 to 1999), has been a Board Member of the SOI Industry Consortium Initiative since November 2007, as well Member of the IEEE Electron Device Society. Mr. Joel Hartmann graduated from ENSPG (Ecole Nationale Superieure de Physique de Grenoble) with a degree in Physics in 1978.

Otto Kosgalwies

Mr. Otto Kosgalwies has served as Executive Vice President - Infrastructure and Services of STMicroelectronics NV since December 2007. Additionally, he occupies the post of Member of the Company’s Corporate Strategic Committee. Between November 18, 2004 and December 2007, he acted as Corporate Vice President of Infrastructure and Services at the Company, with the responsibility for all of the Company's corporate activities related to Information Technology, Logistics, and Procurement and Material Management, with particular emphasis on the complete supply chain between customer demand, manufacturing execution, inventory management, and supplier relations. He joined STMicroelectronics NV in 1984. From 1992 through 1995, he served as European Manager for Distribution; from 1995 to 2000, and as Sales and Distribution Director for Central Europe. In 2000, Mr. Otto Kosgalwies was appointed as Vice President for Sales and Marketing in Europe and General Manager for Supply Chain Management, where he was responsible at a corporate level for the effective flow of goods and information from suppliers to end users. He graduated with a degree in Business and Economics from the Ludwigs-Maximilian University in Munich.

Robert Krysiak

Mr. Robert (Bob) Krysiak has served as Executive Vice President and President - Americas Region of STMicroelectronics NV since January 2010. Prior to that position, he was Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Greater China region of STMicroelectronics NV since October 17, 2005. He also chairs ST's Task Force on Electronic Manufacturing Services, the Worldwide Computer Market Program and the Worldwide Medical Program. In 1983 he joined INMOS, as a VLSI Design Engineer. Then in 1992, he formed a group dedicated to the development of CPU products based on the Reusable-Micro-Core architecture. He was appointed Group Vice President and General Manager of ST’s 16/32/64 and DSP division in 1997. In 1999, Mr. Krysiak became Group Vice President of the Micro Cores Development, and in 2001, he took charge of the Company's DVD division. In 2004, he was promoted to Marketing Director for the Home, Personal and Communications sector. In 2005, when ST created its Greater China regional organization, covering ST's operations in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, he was appointed Corporate Vice President and General Manager. Mr. Robert (Bob) Krysiak graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Electronics and holds an MBA from the University of Bath.

Loic Lietar

Mr. Loic Lietar has served as Executive Vice President - New Ventures of STMicroelectronics NV since January 1, 2011. Prior to that position, he was Executive Vice President, Chief Strategic Officer and Member of the Executive Board from January 2008 to January 2011. During this time, he was responsible for the Company's Strategic Planning, Corporate Business Development and Corporate Communication since February 2010. He joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1985. He was appointed Director of the Company’s Advanced Systems Technology labs in the United States in 1999. Subsequently, he became General Manager of the Cellular Terminals Division and later the Application Processor Division. Appointed Group Vice President, Strategies in 2006, he contributed to deconsolidating the Flash memory business, establishing the R&D partnership with IBM, and creating ST-Ericsson. In 2008, Mr. Lietar was promoted to Corporate Vice President, Corporate Business Development, and two years later he became the Company’s Chief Strategy Officer. In April 2010, Mr. Liétar was elected President of the Minalogic micro-nanotechnology and embedded software cluster in Grenoble, France. He graduated with a degree in Engineering from the Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, in 1984, a degree in Microelectronics from Universite Paris-Sud 11(Orsay University in Paris, 1985), and he holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Columbia University, New York (1993).

Philippe Magarshack

Mr. Philippe Magarshack has been Executive Vice President - Design Enablement & Services at STMicroelectronics NV since September 13, 2012. He previously served as Corporate Vice President, Design Enablement & Services, of the Company from February 2012. From 1985 to 1989 he worked as a microprocessor designer at AT&T Bell Labs in the U.S. In 1989, he joined Thomson-CSF in Grenoble, France, and took responsibility for libraries and ASIC design kits for the military market. In 1994, he joined the Central R&D Group of SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics), where he has held several roles in CAD and Libraries management for advanced integrated-circuit manufacturing processes. In 2005, he was promoted to Group Vice President and General Manager of Central CAD and Design Solutions at STMicroelectronics' Technology R&D and Manufacturing organization. Mr. Magarshack is ST's Enablement Executive at the IBM ISDA Technology Alliance for the development of advanced CMOS process. He sits on the boards of Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) and ENSIMAG Engineering School in Grenoble. Mr. Philippe Magarshack graduated with an Engineering degree in Physics from Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, and with an Electronics Engineering degree from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications in Paris, France.

Georges Penalver

Mr. Georges Penalver is Executive Vice President and Corporate Strategy Officer of STMicroelectronics NV as of September 13, 2012. He started his career in 1980 with Sagem, where he developed the Broadband Communications Business, overseeing the launch of telecommunication products, the international industrial deployments, and the development of global sales networks. Penalver was appointed to Sagem’s Management Board in 2001 and served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO), pushing the mass development of mobile and Internet services. In 2005, he joined the France Telecom Orange Group, as Deputy CEO for Strategy and Business Development at the group level. In 2011, Mr. Penalver used his experience to become co-Founder and Managing Partner of CathayaCapital Fund. Mr. Penalver serves as EMEA Regional Leadership Director for the Global Semiconductor Alliance. He is a Knight of the French "Ordre National du Mérite". He holds a degree from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers (Gold) and from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications in Paris.

Jean-Marc Chery

Mr. Jean-Marc Chery serves at STMicroelectronics NV as General Manager of the Embedded Processing Solutions Segment since May 22, 2013 and is also Vice Chairman of the Company's Corporate Strategic Committee. He is responsible for the Digital Convergence, Imaging, Bi-CMOS ASIC & Silicon Photonics, and Microcontroller, Memory & Secure MCU product groups, as well as for the related Technology R&D and Front-End Manufacturing. He also leads the Packaging and Test Manufacturing and Quality functions for the Company. Mr. Chery previously served at the Company as Executive Vice President, Chief Manufacturing & Technology Officer and General Manager - Digital Sector since September 13, 2012. He began his career in the Quality organization at Matra, the French engineering group. He joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics NV, in 1986, and held various management positions in product planning, rising to become General Manager of the Company's wafer fab in Tours, France, in 1993. In 2001, he became General Manager of the Company's wafer fabs in Rousset, France. In 2005, he led the company-wide restructuring program for 6-inch wafer manufacturing, before taking charge of the Front-End Manufacturing operations in Asia Pacific. He sits on the boards of ST-Ericsson SA, CATRENE, the European microelectronics R&D program, and AENEAS (Association for European NanoElectronics Activities). Mr. Jean-Marc Chery graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers, ENSAM, France in 1984.

Stephane Delivre

Mr. Stephane Delivre has served as Corporate Vice President - Global Chief Information and Communication Technology Organization of STMicroelectronics NV since December 2011. He started his career in 1984 as an optoelectronic engineer in the Aerospace Division of Thomson, a French holding company. In 1988, he joined IBM and held various managerial positions at the company’s semiconductor manufacturing plant in Corbeil-Essonnes, France. In 1997, he was appointed Manager of Joint-venture Operation and Strategy at IBM Microelectronics' headquarters in Fishkill, NY. Two years later, he moved to IBM Global Services, where he was promoted to Director of EMEA Business Operations for the e-Business Hosting division. In 2005-2010, he served as Vice President, Business Operations, and Chief Information Officer of Bull. Mr. Stephane Delivre graduated from the Orsay-Paris Sud University (Universite Paris-Sud 11) with a degree in Physics and Optoelectronics.

Steven Rose

Mr. Steven Rose has served as Corporate Vice President and General Counsel of STMicroelectronics NV since August 2013. Mr. Rose started his career as a corporate attorney at the law firm Gardere & Wynne in Dallas, Texas, the United States (U.S.), providing legal advice and services to public and private companies. He joined SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics NV) in 1991 as the Associate General Counsel for the U.S. subsidiary, STMicroelectronics, Inc. In 2006, he was appointed to serve as the Senior Associate General Counsel for the Americas, Greater China & South Asia, and Japan & Korea regions, in addition to serving as Vice President, Secretary & General Counsel and a Director of STMicroelectronics, Inc. Mr. Rose obtained a degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Giuseppe Notarnicola

Mr. Giuseppe Notarnicola has been Corporate Vice President, Corporate Treasury and Managing Director of Finance B.V. at STMicroelectronics NV since February 2012. Additionally, he occupies the post of Managing Director of Finance B.V., the Company's funding vehicle, and Board Member at several ST affiliates. He started his career with Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL), an Italian banking firm, in 1987. He managed the bank's financial operations in Singapore and later on became Head of Financial Department at BNL London. In 2001, he was named Head of BNL's financial advisory arm for corporate and institutional customers, and in 2005 he was promoted to Head of Corporate, responsible for providing corporate and investment banking services to the bank's customers. In 2006, he joined ST as Group Vice President responsible for corporate and worldwide treasury activities of ST and its affiliates. In this capacity, he initiated the Company's relationship with the European Investment Bank and managed the financing aspects of ST's Flash memory business spin-out. Mr. Giuseppe Notarnicola graduated with a degree in Business Administration at the Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studie Sociali Guido Carli University (LUISS Guido Carli) in Rome, Italy.

Philippe Brun

Mr. Philippe Brun has been Corporate Vice President of Human Resources of STMicroelectronics NV since August 2012. He started his career at the Pechiney Group (now Rio Tinto). In 1986, he joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor to STMicroelectronics, as a back-end process engineer. From 1989 to 1996, Mr. Brun managed Human Resources at the Grenoble, France site and served as Site Director at the Company’s St. Genis facility (France). In 1996, he was promoted to Human Resources Director. From 1999 to 2010, Mr. Brun served as Fab Operations and Site Director at ST’s plant in Rousset, France. In January 2011, he was appointed Group Vice President for execution excellence in ST’s Front-End Manufacturing organization. He graduated with an engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers (ENSAM) in France and holds a Master degree in Aerospace engineering from the University of Colorado and a management degree from the IFG School of Business (France).

Lorenzo Grandi

Mr. Lorenzo Grandi has been Corporate Vice President - Corporate Control at STMicroelectronics NV since February 2012. He joined the Company in 1987 as Process Engineer working on BCD Technology Development. In 1990, he moved to the Memory Product Group as Financial Analyst. In 1995, he was promoted to the position of Group Controller of the Memory Product Group contributing to the expansion of the Flash/Memory business. In 2005, he joined Corporate Finance with the responsibility for Budgeting and Reporting. He also contributed to the carve out and deconsolidation of the ST Flash memory business. Mr. Lorenzo Grandi graduated cum laude in Physics from the University of Modena and holds a Master of Business Administration from SDA Bocconi Milano.

Claudia Levo

Ms. Claudia Levo has served as Corporate Vice President - Communication at STMicroelectronics NV since January 2011. In January 2012, she took on additional responsibility as Senior Vice President, Global Communications at ST-Ericsson, the wireless joint venture with Ericsson. In 1993, she began her career with Marconi, where she was responsible for a number of management roles within the Communication function, including marketing communications, as well as internal and external communications across wide geographies. In 2005, she managed the communication activities related to the integration of Marconi with Ericsson, and was subsequently appointed Vice President for Communications at the newly-formed Ericsson Multimedia Business Unit. In 2008, Ms. Levo was appointed Vice President Communications at Italtel. In early 2009, she joined ST-Ericsson, the joint venture between the Company and Ericsson, as Senior Vice President and Head of Global Communications. In this capacity, she has built the Global Communication function covering marketing and portfolio communication, public and media relations, investor relations and internal communication. Ms. Claudia Levo holds a language school diploma in English and Russian.

Jerome Roux

Mr. Jerome Roux has been Corporate Vice President - Global Procurement and Outsourcing at STMicroelectronics NV since February 2012. He began his career in 1988 in SGS-Thomson Tours, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in the Planning Department. After 5 years, he moved to the factory in Casablanca, Morocco as Material Manager taking care of Planning, Procurement & Material Warehousing. From 1999 to 2002, he was the Asia Pacific Marketing Director for the DSG Group of TMicroelectronics based in Singapore and then in Shanghai. In 2003, he moved to a supplier company of STMicroelectronics as Managing Director and Member of the Board. In 2006, he returned to STMicroelectronics as a Group Vice President in charge of Assembly & Testing Outsourcing Operations (GOBM). Mr. Roux is serving as Advisor for the French Government on Foreign Trades, CCEF (Conseiller du Commerce Exterieur pour la France) Vice President and Board Member of the Singapore sector. Mr. Jerome Roux graduated from ISG Business School in Paris (Institut Superieur de Gestion), with a Masters degree in Commerce.

Raymond Bingham

Mr. Raymond Bingham has served as Member of the Supervisory Board of STMicroelectronics NV since 2007. Additionally, he is Member of the Company’s Audit Committee and Strategic Committee. Since January 2010, Mr. Bingham has been an Advisory Director of General Atlantic LLC, a global private equity firm, and a Managing Director from September 2006 to December 2009. From August 2005 to October 2006, Mr. Bingham was a private investor. He was Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cadence Design Systems Inc., a supplier of electronic design automation software and services, from May 2004 to July 2005, and served as Director of Cadence from November 1997 to July 2005. Prior to being Executive Chairman, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cadence from April 1999 to May 2004, and as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from April 1993 to April 1999. He also serves as Director of Spansion Inc., Fusion-10, Dice Holdings, Oracle Corporation and Flextronics International, Ltd. Mr. Raymond Bingham holds a Masters degree from Harvard Business School, as well as Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Weber State University.

Jean d'Arthuys

Mr. Jean d'Arthuys has been Member of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since May 2011. He joined Fonds Strategique d'Investissement ("FSI") in 2010 as Director and Member of the Executive Committee. He was a Partner in the fund PAI Partners from 2007 until 2010, in particular in charge of the sectors media, internet and telecom. He was previously Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of television channels Paris Premiere and W9. He spent the main part of his career at the Executive Board of the Group M6, where he had various functions (from 1996 until 2007). He managed in particular the activities of digital television and the development of the Group. He was Board Member of TPS, Sportfive and Newsweb, as well as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the soccer club Girondins de Bordeaux. Mr. Jean d'Arthuys graduated from HEC Business School.

Tom de Waard

Mr. Tom de Waard has served as Member of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since 1998. He is also Chairman of the Nomination and Corporate Governance Committees at the Company. In addition, he serves on Supervisory Board's Compensation Committee. He has been a Partner of Clifford Chance, an international law firm, since March 2000. He was Managing Partner of Clifford Chance's Amsterdam office from May 1, 2002 until May 1, 2005. From January 1, 2005 to January 1, 2007, he acted as Member of the Management Committee of Clifford Chance. Prior to joining Clifford Chance, he served as Partner at Stibbe, where he held several positions since 1971 and gained experience working with international companies, particularly with respect to corporate finance. He is a Member of the Amsterdam bar and was President of the Netherlands Bar Association from 1993 through 1995. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BE Semiconductor Industries N.V. ("BESI") and a Member of its Audit, Compensation and Nominating committees. Mr. de Waard is a Member of the Supervisory Board of N.V. Nuon Energy and Chairman of its Compensation Committee. Mr. Tom de Waard received his law degree from Leiden University in 1971.

Jean-Georges Malcor

Mr. Jean-Georges Malcor has been Member of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since May 2011. He is the Chief Executive Officer of CGG Veritas. He began his career at the Thales group as an acoustic engineer in the Underwater Activities division where he was particularly in charge of hydrophone and geophone design and towed streamer programs. He then moved to the Sydney based Thomson Sintra Pacific Australia, becoming Managing Director of the company in 1990. Back in France, he became Director of Marketing and Communications (1991), then Director, Foreign Operations of Thomson Sintra Activites Sous Marines (1993). In 1996, he was appointed Managing Director of Thomson Marconi Sonar Australia which was, in addition to its military activities, the lead developing company for the solid geophysical streamer. In 1999 Mr. Malcor became the first Managing Director of the newly formed joint venture Australian Defense Industry. During this time he operated the Sydney-based Woolloomooloo Shipyard (dry dock in the southern hemisphere). In 2002, he became Senior Vice President, International Operations of Thales International. From 2004 to 2009, he was Senior Vice President in charge of the Naval Division, supervising all naval activities in Thales including ship design, building and maintenance. In January 2009, he became Senior Vice President, in charge of the Aerospace Division. In June 2009, he moved to the position of Senior Vice President, Continental Europe, Turkey, Russia, Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Latin America. Mr. Malcor joined CGG Veritas in January 2010 as President and became Chief Executive Officer on June 30, 2010. Mr. Jean-Georges Malcor is a graduate of Ecole Centrale de Paris. He also holds a Master of Sciences degree from Stanford University, and a Doctorate of Science from Ecole des Mines.

Alessandro Ovi

Dr. Alessandro Ovi has served as Member of the Supervisory Board of STMicroelectronics NV since April 26,2007. He is also Member of the Company's Strategic Committee. He was also appointed to Audit Committee in 2010. He was also Member of the Company's Supervisory Board from 1994 until his March 18, 2005. He was reappointed to the Supervisory Board at the 2007 annual shareholders' meeting. He has been Special Advisor to the President of the European Community for five years and served on the boards of Telecom Italia S.p.A., Finmeccanica S.p.A. and Alitalia S.p.A. Currently, he is also a Director of Telecom Italia Media S.p.A. and LandiRenzo Spa. Mr. Ovi is a Life Trustee in Carnegie Mellon University and a Member of the Board in the Italian Institute of Technology. Until April 2000, Mr. Ovi was Chief Executive Officer of Tecnitel S.p.A., a subsidiary of Telecom Italia Group. Prior to joining Tecnitel S.p.A., Mr. Ovi was the Senior Vice President of International Affairs and Communications at I.R.I. Mr. Alessandro Ovi received a Doctoral degree in Nuclear Engineering from the Politecnico in Milan and a Masters degree in Operations Research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Alessandro Rivera

Mr. Alessandro Rivera has been Member of the Supervisory Board at STMicroelectronics NV since May 2011. He has been the Head of Directorate IV "Financial Sector Policy and Regulation Legal Affairs" at the Department of the Treasury, Ministry of Economy and Finance, since 2008. He served as Head of Unit in the Department of the Treasury from 2000 to 2008 and was responsible for a variety of policy matters: financial services and markets, banking foundations, accounting, finance, corporate governance and auditing. Since 2008, Mr. Rivera has been a Government representative in the "Consiglio Superiore" of the Bank of Italy as well as serving on the Steering Committee of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti S.p.A., the Financial Services Committee and the European Securities Committee. He was Member of the Accounting Regulatory Committee from 2002 to 2008 and a member of the Audit Regulatory Committee from 2005 to 2008. He served on the Board of Italia Lavoro S.p.A. from 2005 to 2008 and was a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee. Mr. Rivera was also the Chairman of the Audit Committee of the "Fondo nazionale di garanzia degli intermediari finanziari" (Italian investor compensation scheme) from 2003 to 2008. From 2001 to 2010, he was the Project Leader and Deputy Project Leader in several twinning projects with Eastern European Countries (the Russian Federation, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Bulgaria). He also served on the board of Mediocredito del Friuli — Venezia Giulia S.p.A from 2001 to 2003.

Martine Verluyten

Ms. Martine Verluyten has been a Member of the Supervisory Board of STMicroelectronics NV since May 30, 2012. She is also the Chair of the Company's Audit Committee as of April 22, 2013. Until 2011, Ms. Verluyten was the CFO of Umicore N.V. based in Brussels. Previously she had been Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Mobistar N.V. (2001-2006), having initially joined Mobistar in 2000 as Group Controller. Ms. Verluyten had earlier been at Raychem since 1976, holding various management positions during her 23-year tenure, from Manager European Consolidations (1976-1979) to General Accounting Manager, based in the United States (1979-1983). She was promoted to Division Controller Telecom Division Europe in 1983 and in 1990 was also appointed Finance & Administration Director of Raychem NV. In 1995, she became Europe Controller Finance & Administration Director until 1999. Ms. Verluyten began her career in 1973 at KPMG as an Auditor. Ms. Verluyten is also Independent Board Member of 3i and Thomas Cook (as well as the Chair of its Audit Committee) and the Chair of the Audit Committee of the Flemish Region. Ms. Verluyten is nominated for appointment as Member of the board of Groupe Bruxelles Lambert.
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