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Barzi, Silvio 

Mr. Silvio Barzi is an Independent Director of MasterCard Inc., since January 22, 2008. He served as a member of the MasterCard Europe Region board (2001 to May 2006) and has been a member of the MasterCard European regional advisory board since the Company’s IPO in May 2006 (Chairman since June 2007). Mr. Barzi was the founder and, from June 2007 until his retirement in November 2010, the Chairman of UniCredit Family Financing, a bank specializing in credit cards, consumer credit and mortgages and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UniCredit Group. Mr. Barzi was Executive Vice President of UniCredit Group (May 2007 to December 2009) and Chief Executive Officer of UniCredit Consumer Financing (February 2001 to May 2007). Subsequent to his retirement, Mr. Barzi served as a Senior Advisor for the UniCredit Group. Prior to joining UniCredit Group in 2000, Mr. Barzi was a Vice President at Booz Allen & Hamilton. He worked for the Credit Suisse-Winterthur Group (1995 to 1998), where as Chief Operating Officer he was responsible for the merger and integration of six Italian-based insurance companies. Mr. Barzi was a partner in the Italian office and a leader within the European Financial Institutions and Information Technology practices of McKinsey & Company (1981 to 1995). He previously served as a director at SiNSYS (a European card processor) and non-executive Chairman at Perago Financial System Enablers (Pty) Ltd. (a South Africa-based central banking applications software company), each a privately-held subsidiary of the SIA Group. He also previously served as a director of privately-held Querica Software.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 125,000
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 185,009
Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
All Other, USD 1,084
Fiscal Year Total, USD 311,093

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