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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Maria Grieco

66 2014 Chairman, Independent Director

Francesco Starace

62 2014 Chief Executive Officer, General Manager

Alberto de Paoli

53 2014 Chief Financial Officer

Giulio Fazio

47 2016 Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs

Francesca Di Carlo

55 2014 Head of Human Resources and Organization

Enrico ..

2016 Head of Global Thermal Generation

Salvatore Bernabei

2017 Head of Global Procurement

Jose Bogas Galvez

2014 Head of Iberia

Carlo Bozzoli

56 2018 Head of Global Digital Solutions

Antonio Cammisecra

48 2017 Head of North and Central America, Sub-Saharian Africa and Asia; Chief Executive Officer of Enel Green Power

Luca d'Agnese

54 2015 Head of South America

Roberto Deambrogio

43 2016 Head of Europe and North Africa

Silvia Fiori

49 2014 Head of Audit Function

Livio Gallo

2014 Head of Global Infrastructure and Networks

Claudio Machetti

59 2017 Head of Global Trading

Simone Mori

54 2014 Head of European Affairs

Ryan O'Keeffe

2014 Director of Communications

Carlo Tamburi

59 2014 Head of Italy

Francesco Venturini

50 2017 Head of Global E-Solutions

Silvia Fappani

Secretary of the Board of Directors

Alfredo Antoniozzi

62 2015 Independent Director

Alberto Bianchi

63 2014 Independent Director

Cesare Calari

64 2017 Independent Director

Paola Girdinio

62 2014 Independent Director

Alberto Pera

69 2014 Independent Director

Anna Svelto

49 2014 Independent Director

Angelo Taraborrelli

70 2011 Independent Director

Monica Girardi

2017 IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Maria Grieco

Ms. Maria Patrizia Grieco is Chairman, Independent Director at Enel - SpA since May 22, 2014. She has started her career in 1977 at the legal and general affairs directorate of Italtel, where she became the chief in 1994. In 1999 she was appointed general manager of Italtel to re-organize and reposition the company, in which she became chief executive officer in 2002. From September 2003 to January 2006 she was Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Informatica, which is the controlling entity in Italy of Siemens Business Services. From February 2006 she became partner of Value Partners and chief executive officer of the Group Value Team (today NTT Data), which provides IT consultancy and services in Italy and abroad, office that she performed until September 2008. In November 2008 she was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Olivetti; in which she became also chairperson in June 2011, maintaining both the offices since March 2013, date in which she became president of Olivetti. She is also currently director of Fiat Industrial (today CNHI, from April 2012), director of Space (from December 2013) and director of Anima Holding (from March 2014). She graduated in Law at Universita degli Studi di Milano.

Francesco Starace

Mr. Francesco Starace serves as Chief Executive Officer, General Manager at Enel - SpA since May 22, 2014. Mr Starace joined the Enel Group in 2000, holding several top executive positions including Head of Business Power (from July 2002 to October 2005) and Managing Director of the Market Division (from November 2005 to September 2008). From 2008 to 2014 he served as Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Enel Green Power, the Group's renewable power generation subsidiary and a leading player in the global renewables industry. In November 2010 Mr Starace oversaw the initial public offering (IPO) of the company and its listing on the Milan and Madrid Stock Exchanges with a market capitalization of €8 billion. He began his career in construction management of power generation plants, first with the General Electric Group, then at ABB Group, and subsequently at Alstom Power Corporation where he was Head of Gas Turbine Sales Worldwide. Mr Starace's consolidated international experience includes periods spent working in the United States, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Bulgaria. Since June 2014 he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the United Nations’ Sustainable Energy 4 All initiative. In May 2015 he joined the Board of Directors of the United Nations’ Global Compact. From January 2016 until January 2018 he was co-chair of the World Economic Forum's Energy Utilities and Energy Technologies Community. In October 2016 he was nominated co-chair of the B20 Climate & Resource Efficiency Task Force. In June 2017 he was elected President of the European electricity industry union Eurelectric. The European Commission appointed him Member of the “Multi-stakeholder Platform on the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the EU” in September 2017. On 24 April 2018 he received the Orden Mexicana del Águila Azteca.

Alberto de Paoli

Mr. Alberto de Paoli serves as Chief Financial Officer of ENEL - SPA since November 2014. Mr. De Paoli joined the Enel Group in 2008 as Chief Financial Officer for Enel Green Power, the Group's renewable power generation subsidiary and a leading player in the global renewable energy industry, a position he held until 2012. As EGP CFO he led the start-up and listing of the business on the stock exchange. He then moved on to become Head of Group Strategy, a role he covered until being named the Group's CFO. Between 1993 and 2008 Mr. De Paoli worked in the telecommunications sector, first at Telecom Italia, then Wind Telecomunicazioni and finally Tiscali, where his roles included Head of Planning and Control, Chief Financial Officer, Head of Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions and Business Development.

Giulio Fazio

Mr. Giulio Fazio serves as Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs at ENEL - SPA since January 1, 2016. oining Enel's Legal Function in 1996, he has served as Head of Extraordinary Finance Operations and Antitrust since 2004. In 2007, he became Head of the Legal Department for Iberia and Latin America, a position he maintained until the acquisition of Endesa was completed. In October 2008, he became Head of the Legal and Corporate Affairs Function at Enel Green Power. Since 2014, he has served as Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs for Italy. Receiving a degree in jurisprudence in Palermo in 1993, he began practicing law in 1996. In 1998, he received a Ph.D. in business law, with a specialization in corporate mergers. He taught Business Relations at the University of Palermo from 1999 to 2004. He is a pilot, a volunteer rescue worker for the Red Cross, a musician (guitar and bass) and an Ironman long-distance triathlete.

Francesca Di Carlo

Ms. Francesca Di Carlo serves as Head of Human Resources and Organization at Enel - SpA since July 2014. Mrs Di Carlo joined Enel in September 2006 as Head of Corporate Strategy, before becoming Director of the Group Audit Department in January 2008. Her professional career began at the UBS Group in 1987, where she specialised in corporate finance operations at both Italian businesses and international groups. She also covered a wide range of roles at the Telecom Italia Group, including Head of Investor Relations for Telecom Italia and Tim, Head of Financial Planning and Head of Corporate Development and Mergers & Acquisitions. Among the projects she headed up were the completion of the group's international portfolio divestment programme, the demerger and sale of Seat - PG through one of Europe's largest Leveraged Buyouts and Telecom Italia's European broadband activity. As Chairman of Stream, she was responsible for completing the merger with Tele +, becoming a Director of Sky Italy as a representative of Telecom Italia. She was also Chairwoman of Telespazio, where she look after the business' sale to the Finmeccanica Group.

Enrico ..

Mr. Enrico Viale serves as Head of Global Thermal Generation at ENEL - SPA since April 2016. After nine years at Ansaldo Energia and eight years at ABB in Italy and Switzerland, Mr. Viale joined Enel in 2003 when he was named Country Manager of Southeastern Europe and CEO of Enel Maritza East 3, where he headed up a number of development projects and operational activities in conventional and renewable energy generation, as well as in distribution, in Bulgaria, Rumania and Greece. Between 2008 and 2014 he was in Russia, first as Chief Operating Officer, managing Enel's interests in OGK-5 and Rusenergosbyt and supporting SeverEnergia's upstream gas operations, before becoming Country Manager and CEO of Enel Russia. Married with two children, Mr. Viale has a degree in Engineering from Turin Polytechnic, which he followed up with post-graduate studies in the United States, earning himself an MBA at the Santa Clara University's School of Business.

Salvatore Bernabei

Mr. Salvatore Bernabei serves as Head of Global Procurement of ENEL - SPA since May 2017. Mr. Bernabei holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Rome Tor Vergata and an MBA from the Milan Polytechnic. He participated in an INSEAD International Executive Program in Singapore and Paris, and the Leadership for Energy Management Program at the SDA Bocconi School of Management (Milan) and IESE (Barcelona). Prior to his appointment as Head of Global Procurement, Mr. Bernabei was Head of Renewable Energies Latin America. Before that, he held a number of positions at Enel Green Power, the most recent of which include Country Manager of Chile and the Andean Countries, Head of Operations and Maintenance for Iberia, and covered several roles in Engineering and Construction and Safety and Environment in Iberia, Latin America and Europe. For Enel Produzione he also held the position of Project Director Assistant within the Torre Valdaliga Nord Project. Before joining Enel in 1999 as Logistics Manager for Enel Distribuzione, Mr. Bernabei also worked in the Galgano & Associati companies as a Junior Consultant and in Alcoa CMSA, where he began his career in 1997.

Jose Bogas Galvez

Mr. Jose Bogas Galvez serves as Head of Iberia of ENEL - SPA since July 2014. Mr. Gálvez joined Endesa in 1982, and he has held a number of positions within the Group, beginning as the Planning Department's Head of Market Studies. Two years later he was named Head of Commercial Relations, and between 1988 and 1997 he was Head of Energy Control and Management. He was General Manager and Head of Generation between 1997 and 1998, after which he was Head of Electricity Business until 2004. Then until taking up his current role he was Chief Operating Officer for Spain and Portugal. His previous experience includes being Technical and Economic Advisor to the Directorate General of Energy at Spain's Ministry of Industry, working as a systems analyst at ERIA and as a systems engineer at DIMETRONIC's Engineering Division. Mr. Gálvez is also currently CEO of Endesa and Chairman of Elcogas S.A., as well as being Director of Endesa Generación Portugal S.A., Enel Green Power España S.L. and Compañía Operadora del Mercado Español de la Electricidad S.A. In the past he has played a part in organisations and associations like UNESA, INSEAD and others. In 2010 he received the Javier Benjumea Engineering Award.

Carlo Bozzoli

Mr. Carlo Bozzoli serves as Head of Global Digital Solutions of ENEL - SPA since July 2014. Mr. Bozzoli began his professional career when he joined Enel in 1984, starting at the Turbigo thermal power plant before moving on to the business' Rome headquarters in 1999, where he worked principally in business process reengineering. Between 2000 and 2009 he took up a number of positions in the ICT Division, heading up the introduction of SAP technology at Enel, the smart metering project, IT Planning and the Strategy, Performance & Quality Management Function, before becoming Head of ICT Demand and Delivery for the Infrastructure & Networks and Generation & Energy Management Divisions. From July 2014 to Februray 2018 he served as Head of Global Information and Communications Technology of Enel. Before he was Head of Network Commercial Services for the Infrastructure & Networks Division in Italy, where he was responsible for metering, energy balance, energy traders management, grid connection, billing and credit management, service quality and customer care. Carlo Bozzoli was born in Modena in 1962 and is married with one son. He has a degree in Economics.

Antonio Cammisecra

Mr. Antonio Cammisecra serves as Head of North and Central America, Sub-Saharian Africa and Asia; Chief Executive Officer of Enel Green Power of ENEL - SPA since May 2017. He joined the International Department of Enel Group in 1999. He then spent some years as Business Development Manager in Latin America, working in several countries of Central America (Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama) and South America (Brazil, Chile). In 2009 he was appointed Head of Business Development Italy for Enel Green Power, later in 2012 Head of Operations and Maintenance Italy Hydro, Wind & Solar. In 2013, he became Head of Global Business Development, leading a team of more than 200 people, working in over 20 countries across 5 continents. He is Head of North and Central America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Australia and Chief Executive Officer of Enel Green Power. The company is fully committed to energy production from renewable energy sources and it is recognized as one of the best-positioned and more successful operator in the renewable energy sector at the worldwide level.

Luca d'Agnese

Dr. Luca d'Agnese serves as Head of South America at Enel - SpA since January 26, 2015. Before joining Enel, Mr. D'Agnese worked Hewlett Packard and McKinsey & Company, and he was named CEO of Italy's national energy network management company GTRN in 2003. After that, he took up the role of Director of Operations at Terna, which after its merger with GTRN now manages Italy's electricity grid. Mr. D'Agnese graduated from the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa in 1986 with a degree in Physics. In 1990 he obtained a Master's Degree in Business Administration at INSEAD business school.

Roberto Deambrogio

Mr. Roberto Antonio Enzo Deambrogio serves as Head of Communications of ENEL - SPA since October 1, 2018. He was Head of Europe and North Africa at Enel - SpA from April 2016 to October 1, 2018. He has been with the Enel Group since 2005. Initially he covered the post of assistant to the CEO for international activities, and from 2006 to 2008 he was responsible for the development of renewable energies as part of the International Division, before moving to Enel Green Power, where from 2009 to 2010 he was responsible for business development. Before joining Enel, he worked at Pirelli and in Bain & Company – from 1998 to 2000 and again from 2002 to 2005 - where he worked on strategic consulting, following numerous multinational operators in the industry and working for various company offices in Europe and Latin America. During 2001 he worked in Merrill Lynch's London office in the investment banking division. He holds a degree in economic and social studies from the Bocconi University, Milan, as well as an MBA from the Columbia Business School, New York.

Silvia Fiori

Ms. Silvia Fiori serves as Head of Audit Function at ENEL - SPA since July 2014. She joined Enel in 2000 when she was named Head of the Audit Function's Planning and Risk Assessment Unit, before moving on to become Head of Audit at the Corporate, Services and Other Activities Division. In 2008 she was appointed Enel Green Power's Head of Audit. A Chartered Accountant, after completing a Corporate Auditing and Management Control course Mrs. Fiori began her career at Deloitte & Touche SpA before moving on to PricewaterhouseCoopers SpA. She graduated with honours in Economics from the La Sapienza University of Rome in 1994.

Livio Gallo

Mr. Livio Gallo serves as Head of Global Infrastructure and Networks of Enel SpA since July 2014. He is also currently Chairman of the Board of Directors at both Enel Distribución Chile (one of Enel's Latin American subsidiaries) and Enel Sole, as well as being a Board Member at Endesa SA and CESI SpA. Mr. Gallo joined Enel in 1999 as Head of Sales Area for Eurogen, Elettrogen and Interpower, generation companies (GenCos) created as spin-offs of Enel that had a total capacity of 15 gigawatts and were sold by Enel as part of the liberalisation of the Italian energy market. After taking part in the sale of the GenCos, Mr. Gallo became Head of Enel Distribuzione's Commercial Department in 2002. In 2005 he was appointed Head of Enel's Italian Infrastructure and Networks Division and CEO of Enel Distribuzione, maintaining his position in the former role until moving onto his current position. From 2005 to 2011 Mr. Gallo was also CEO of Deval, managing electrical distribution in the Valle D'Aosta region, and from 2006 to 2013 he was Chairman of Enel Rete Gas. Outside the Enel Group, from 2004 to 2010 he was member of the European Technology Platform for Smart Grids, and then Chairman and founding member of the European Distribution System Operators for Smart Grids association, of which he currently Deputy Chairman. Since 2006 he has also been a member of the Executive Committee of Italian Electrotechnical Committee (CEI). Prior to arriving at Enel, Mr. Gallo was Elsag Bailey Process Automation's Area Vice President for Western Europe and Africa and a member of its Executive Committee. He has also been CEO and a board member at a number of businesses both in Italy and abroad.

Claudio Machetti

Mr. Claudio Machetti serves as Head of Global Trading of ENEL - SPA since May 2017. Mr. Machetti joined the Enel Group in 2000 when he was made Head of its Finance Area, and in 2005 he was named Financial Director, a role he held until 2009. Before taking up his current position he was Director of the Risk Management Department. He began his career at Banco di Roma in 1983, and became an executive in the bank's Central Finance Department before being named Deputy Director of Financial Analysis in 1990. He was subsequently Head of Capital Markets Area and Head of Finance at the Italian state railway company Ferrovie dello Stato Italiano (FS), Chief Financial Officer for FS subsidiary Fercredit and a board member at several finance and insurance companies. Mr. Machetti has been a board member at Endesa, Terna and Wind, as well as at a number of Enel Group companies. He was also Chairman of Fondenel and Fopen, Enel's two employee pension funds. He graduated with a degree in Statistics from the University of Rome La Sapienza.

Simone Mori

Mr. Simone Mori serves as Head of European Affairs, Head of Europe & North Africa of ENEL - SPA since October 1, 2018. He is Head of European Affairs at Enel - SpA since July 2014. He has held a number of positions within Enel Holding, and was a board member of several Group companies operating in Italy and abroad. Over the last few years he was Enel's Head of Regulatory, Environment and Innovation and Head of Carbon Strategy. Beyond the Enel Group, he was previously Vice President of Assoelettrica, Chairman of business association Assolombarda's Energy Commodity Group, President of the Industrial Union of Rome's Energy section and a member of Italian employer's association Confindustria's Energy Commission. He also teaches Economics of Energy Business at La Sapienza University and LUISS Guido Carli in Rome. He is a Senior Transatlantic Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Ryan O'Keeffe

Mr. Ryan O'Keeffe was Director of Communications of ENEL - SPA from 2014 to October 1, 2018. He graduated with a degree in modern languages from the University of Edinburgh. Following postgraduate studies at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Mr. O'Keeffe joined UBS Investment Bank in its South African office before moving to London where he worked in the M&A and Leveraged Finance teams. In 2006 he joined Finsbury, the leading global strategic communications consultancy, where he advised the CEOs and boards of directors of a number of the world's largest companies on their strategic communications. In 2009 he moved to Finsbury's office in New York where he spent three years, culminating in leading Finsbury's 2011 merger with US-based Robinson, Lerer & Montgomery. Mr. O’Keeffe has broad experience in international media engagement, investor relations, as well as internal communications, crisis management and regulatory investigations. He is a Board member of Enel Cuore Onlus, and is also involved with various educational charities in South Africa and the UK. He is a keen sportsman and nature conservationist.

Carlo Tamburi

Mr. Carlo Tamburi serves as Head of Italy at Enel - SpA since July 2014. He began his professional career in 1983 at Citibank in Milan, where he worked in International Finance and Corporate Finance for multinational clients. In 1990 he joined the Iri Group, first at the Cofiri Finance Company, then at the Finance department of Via Veneto, as Head of Large Public Company Privatisation Processes. The 1990s represented the consolidation of his training in the management of the dynamics of a large industrial conglomerate with an extensive portfolio of diversified investments, from industry and banking to the world of services. In 2000, he became General Manager of the Treasury department of the Italian Ministry of the Economy and Finance, with responsibility for the Finance and Privatisation department, serving as a Director of Finmeccanica, Alitalia, Wind, Consap and Enel. He was also Chairman of the Tirrenia di Navigazione shipping company. He joined Enel in 2002, where he initially took charge of the Mergers and Acquisitions department (2002-2005), capitalising on his experience in privatisation and corporate restructuring gained at IRI and the Italian Treasury to refocus the Enel Group's business on the electricity and gas market. He was later appointed Director of Purchasing, Services, General Affairs and Real Estate (2005-2007) and in 2008 he became Director of the International Division until 2014, the year in which Enel introduced its new organisational structure.

Francesco Venturini

Mr. Francesco Venturini serves as Head of Global E-Solutions of ENEL - SPA since May 2017. Mr. Venturini is a London Business School alumnus and in 2015 he has been awarded an MBA at the MIT Sloan Business School. At the onset of his career Mr. Venturini served as Financial Controller for Elsag Bailey Process Automation, a Finmeccanica group company, taking part in its listing on the NYSE. He later became Chief Financial Officer for several companies of the Elsag Bailey Process Automation and Hartmann & Braun groups in both the United States and Brazil. He joined the Enel Group in 1997 as Head of Administration and Management Control at Enel S.p.A., contributing to the company listing on the New York and Milan Stock Exchanges. Mr. Venturini later became Head of Internal Audit within Enel's Distribution and Market Division, and subsequently, Head of Sales Administration within the same division. In 2009, he was appointed Head of Finance in Enel Green Power. Afterwards, he worked at Enel Green Power North America, first taking on the role of Head of Business Development and later, in 2011, as Head of the North America Area. In May 2014, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Enel Green Power. He was appointed Enel's Head of Global e-Solutions in May 2017 and CEO of Enel X in November 2017.

Silvia Fappani

Alfredo Antoniozzi

Mr. Alfredo Antoniozzi serves as Independent Director of ENEL - SPA since June 11, 2015. From 1981 to 1990 he was City Councilman at the Municipality of Rome, taking on the office as Counselor for the Educational Politics; later, he held the office of Counselor for General Affairs appointed to the Institutional and International Relations of Rome. From 1990 to 2004 he was Region Councilman at the Lazio Region, where he assumed the office as Counselor for Transport. Furthermore, from 2008 to 2012 he held the office as Counselor for Heritage and Special Projects at the Municipality of Rome. From 2004 to 2014 he was Member of the European Parliament, where he was a member of the Justice Commission, Legal Commission and Constitutional Affairs Commission. During the same period he also took part in the Delegations for European relationships with the United States of America and the Arabic Peninsula and Central America, as well as he took part in the Delegation at Parliamentary Committee on relationships between EU-Mexico. He graduated in Law at the Universita degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza in 1980 and then achieved a specialization in labor law, practicing his activity in a law firm.

Alberto Bianchi

Mr. Alberto Bianchi is Independent Director at Enel SpA since May 22, 2014. He started to practice the profession of lawyer in 1986 in administrative, commercial, corporate and bankruptcy fields. In this field, initially he has carried out its activity in the law firm of the Professor Alberto Predieri ( from 1983 to 2001); to the death of the owner (August 2001), he founded the law firm Bianchi and Associates, with main office in Florence and subsidiaries offices in Rome and Milan. From 2001 to 2007 he was liquidator of EFIM (body of loan for the manufacturing industries); after the suppression of the abovementioned body, he has been appointed ( in July 2007) by the Minister of Economy and Finance as commissioner "ad acta" for the compulsory winding up of the companies managed by Ligresta ( companies of the Fintecna Group), office that he practices as of today. He was also member of the liquidator board of Finanziaria Ernesto Breda ( from 1994 to 2001), director of Rai New Media, chairman of Firenze Fiera (from 2002 to 2006) and of Dada.(internet company listed in the Stock exchange of Milan from 2011 to 2013).Currently he is chairman of the board of directors of "Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura", as well as director and accounting auditor of several associations and foundations. From March 2016 he is member of the Steering Committee at Cassa di Risparmio Foundation in Florence. Member of the Board of Directors of Enel from May 2014.

Cesare Calari

Prof. Cesare Calari serves as Independent Director of ENEL - SPA since May 5, 2017. After a short period spent working at the Bank of Italy (1980-1981), in 1981 he joined the World Bank Group, where from 1982 to 2001 he held positions of increasing responsibility within the International Finance Corporation, an affiliate of the World Bank Group whose aim is to support the private sector in developing countries. Among the positions held within the International Finance Corporation, it’s worth to mention that of Head of the Sub-Saharan Africa department (from 1997 to 2000) and that of Head of the global financial markets group (from 2000 to 2001). From 2001 to 2006 he was Vice President of the World Bank, responsible for the Bank’s operations and strategies in the financial sector, for its work on international financial architecture and for anti-money laundering; during this period, he was also member of the Financial Stability Board (formerly Financial Stability Forum) and Chairman of CGAP (Consultative Group to Assist the Poor), a trust fund for the promotion of microfinance. Since October 2006 he has been partner and managing director of Encourage Capital (formerly Wolfensohn Fund Management), a U.S. company managing private equity investments with high social and environmental impact, and member of the investment committee of Wolfensohn Capital Partners, a private equity fund specialized in emerging markets. Covering such roles, he has gained a wide managerial and strategic experience in the financial services sector, as well as a broad knowledge of corporate and project finance and issues related to corporate governance and regulation of the financial sector worldwide.

Paola Girdinio

Dr. Paola Girdinio is Independent Director at Enel SpA. since May 22, 2014. She graduated in physics science at the University of Genova, in which she was at the beginning researcher (from 1983 to 1987) then she became, first, associate professor (from 1987 to 2000) and then full professor (from 2000 as of today) of electro technology in the engineering department. At the same University of Genova she has been also headmaster of the faculty of electrical engineering (from 2001 to 2007), member of the executive board of the centre of the permanent training (from 2006 to 2008), chief of the department of electrical engineering (from 2007 to 2008), headmaster of the faculty of engineering (from 2008 to 2012) and member of the board of directors of the University (from 2012 to 2016). She is the author of several scientific publications on national and international magazines, in which she specialized in electromagnetic events and the related industrial compatibility. Member of the board of director of Ansaldo STS (from 2011 to 2014), of Ansaldo Energia (from 2014 to 2016), of the “Distretto ligure delle tecnologie marine” (from 2010 to 2016) and of Banca Carige (from 2016 to June 2017), now she is in charge of the same office at the company D’Appolonia of the Rina Group (from 2011). She has been also a member of the regency board of Genova of the Bank of Italy (from 2011 to 2016) and she is currently president of the scientific committee for the project “smart city” made by Comune di Genova (from 2011), and member of the scientific committee of Eurispes (from 2013). From 2015 she is the chairman of the National Observatory for the Cyber Security, Resilience and Business Continuity of Electric Systems to which belong certain of the most important national companies operating in this field. She is member of Enel's Board of Directors since May 2014.

Alberto Pera

Mr. Alberto Pera is Independent Director at Enel SpA since May 22, 2014. He is graduated in economics at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome and in law at the University of Macerata, he became lawyer and he earned the master's degree of science in economics at the London School of Economics. After a period as a researcher at the Faculty of Economics, University of Rome (1974-1978), he started his career as chief of the analysis of the monetary markets at the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (from 1978 to 1979), he has been also economist at the division of the international markets of capitals of the International Monetary Fund (from 1980 to 1985). Chief of the economics studies of IRI (from 1985 to 1990, in which he also studied the items related to the privatizations of the companies controlled by IRI and he studied the liberalization of the markets), he has been also advisor of the Minister of Industry for the industrial policies of competition (from 1986 to 1990, minding the first Italian antitrust law); in this period he has been member of the board of directors of Italcable (STET Group, from 1986 to 1990) and chairman of Seleco (from 1988 to 1990). From 1987 to 1991 he was a professor of economy of public enterprises at the "Catholic" University in Milan. First secretary of the Antitrust Authority (from 1990 to 2000), he has represented also the abovementioned Authority at the meetings of the general managers of the competition of the European Union members. From 2001 to 2014 he has been partner at the Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners Law Firm, in which he has founded the antitrust and regulation department, and in which is of counsel from January 2015. He is currently chairman of the board of directors of Bancapulia (from September 2016) and has been member of the board of directors of the parent company Veneto Banca (from August 2016 until June 2017). Member of the Board of Directors of Enel from May 2014.

Anna Svelto

Ms. Anna Chiara Svelto is Independent Director at Enel SpA since May 22, 2014. She graduated in law at the University of Milan, she became lawyer in September 1995. From March 1996 to February 1998 she worked at the legal affairs directorate of Edison, becoming later chief of the legal and corporate affairs directorate of Shell Italia from March 1998 to September 2000. Then she joined the Pirelli Group, in which she worked until May 2016, holding several managerial positions in the parent company, and specifically acting as chief of corporate affairs and compliance department, as well as secretary of the board of directors and secretary of the advisory committees instituted inside the board of directors. From April 2013 to February 2014 she has been director and member of the control and risk and corporate governance committee of Prelios, while from April 2016 she is independent director and member of the remuneration committee of ASTM. From June 2016 she joined UBI Banca, as chief general counsel. She is member of Enel's Board of Directors since May 2014.

Angelo Taraborrelli

Mr. Angelo Taraborrelli serves as Independent Director of Enel SpA since April 29, 2011. After the graduation with honors in Law at the University of Siena in 1971, he obtained a master degree in hydrocarbon business at the High School of Hydrocarbon "Enrico Mattei". He began his professional activity at Eni in 1973, where he held various management offices, up to the role of Director of Planning and Control of Saipem. Then he held the office of the holding's deputy Head of Strategic control and Up-stream development and Gas (in 1996) and, subsequently (in 1998), the office of deputy head of Planning and Industrial Control. Subsequently he held the office of deputy Chairman of Snamprogetti (from 2001 until 2002) and has been chief executive officer for AgipPetroli's business (2002). From the beginning of 2003, after the incorporation of the aforementioned company in the holding, he was deputy general manager of the marketing area at the Refining & Marketing Division. From 2004 until 2007 he was general manager of Eni with responsible for the Refining & Marketing Division. Until September 2007, he was director of Galp (a Portuguese oil company), deputy Chairman of Unione Petrolifera (association of the oil companies operating in Italy), director of Eni Foundation and Chairman of Eni Trading & Shipping. From 2007 until 2009 he held the office of chief executive officer and general manager of Syndial, Eni's company operating in chemicals and environmental intervention fields. In 2009 he left Eni in order to carry out consultancy in oil industry matters; then he was appointed as distinguished associate of Energy Market Consultants (consultancy firm in oil industry matters with registered office in London) in 2010. Starting from the academic year 2015-2016 he has lectured in “Energy and Environmental Policies” at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. He has been a member of Enel Board of Directors since May 2011.

Monica Girardi