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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Giampiero Massolo

63 2016 Chairman

Giuseppe Bono

73 2002 Chief Executive Officer

Giuseppe Dado

47 2014 Chief Financial Officer

Alberto Maestrini

58 2016 General Manager, Senior Executive Vice President Naval Vessels Business Unit

Pier Ragni

45 2015 Deputy General Manager, Senior Executive Vice President Business Development

Giorgio Rizzo Di Grado E Di Premuda

66 2009 Senior Executive Vice President Ship Repair and Conversion Business Unit

Giovanni Romano

71 2006 Senior Executive Vice President Mega-yachts Business Unit

Paolo Frino

Senior Vice President After Sales Business Unit

Angelo Fusco

2016 Senior Vice President Naval Vessels

Domenico Sorvillo

Senior Vice President Marine Systems and Components Business Units

Carlo Gainelli

Financial Reporting Officer

Umberto Baldi

2016 Secretary

Fabrizio Palermo

45 2016 Director

Gianfranco Agostinetto

2016 Independent Director

Simone Anichini

Independent Director

Massimiliano Cesare

Independent Director

Nicoletta Giadrossi

51 2016 Independent Director

Paola Muratorio

2016 Independent Director

Donatella Treu

2016 Independent Director

Cristiano Pasanisi

2016 Investor Relations Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Giampiero Massolo

Mr. Giampiero Massolo serves as Chairman at Fincantieri S.p.A. since May 19, 2016. He is Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Central Councillor of the “Dante Alighieri Society”, Member of the Board of the Italian Society for International Organisation (SIOI), the Steering Committee of the Institute of International Affairs (IAI), the Board of “LUISS” University and of the strategic policy group of the LUISS School of European Political Economy (SEP), Chairman of the Strategy Committee of the degree course in “Global Governance” of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Member of the Executive Committee of Aspen Institute Italia and Chairman of the Scientific Committee of “Diplomatia”. In 1977-78 he worked at FIAT in Turin, in the Economic and Social Relations Department and subsequently in the Department for Community and International Affairs. He entered the diplomatic service in May 1978, at 23 years old. From 1980 to 1982 he served at the Embassy to the Holy See and then from 1982 to 1985 at the Embassy in Moscow as First Secretary in the trade sector. From 1985 to 1988 he was First Secretary at Italy’s Permanent Mission to the European Community in Brussels, where he was the spokesman for the Italian Delegation on the working groups responsible for environmental and energy policies, State aid and industrial policy. From 1990 he served at the Office of the Diplomatic Advisor to the Prime Minister, and was appointed Deputy Diplomatic Advisor to the Prime Minister from October 1993 (Ciampi government). In 1994 he was appointed Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minister in the first Berlusconi government and then in the Dini government. In June 1996 he returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Head of the Press and Information Office and Ministry Spokesman. He graduated in Political Science, specialising in international politics, at the Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli in Rome in 1976.

Giuseppe Bono

Mr. Giuseppe Bono serves as Chief Executive Officer at Fincantieri S.p.A. since April 2002. In 2013 he was appointed Chairman of Confindustria Friuli Venezia Giulia. Since 2015 he has been a member of the General Council of Confindustria. Since March 2013 he has been Chairman of Vard Holdings Limited and since January 2013 of Vard Group AS. From October 2000 to April 2002 he was CEO of Finmeccanica, and since 1997 General Manager and acting head of some of the Group’s companies, such as Alenia Difesa and Ansaldo. From 2014 to March 2016 he was Director of the Italian Strategic Fund. From 2012 to 2014 he was Chairman of Confindustria Gorizia. In 1963 he took a course in training and education in administration and management control at Fiat- Finmeccanica. From 1963 to 1971 he was at OMECA (a company jointly owned by Fiat and Finmeccanica and acquired by EFIM in 1968) with managerial responsibilities for accounts, budgets, business planning and control. From 1971 to 1993 he was at EFIM, where he held positions of increasing responsibility: Co-Director for Control Programmes and Management; General Manager of SOPAL (food industry), CEO of Aviofer, (defence and transport sectors) until in 1991 he became the General Manager of the body itself. In particular, with the Inspectorate and Management Control Department of EFIM, he worked on the Group planning and management control system, providing a unified information system, with uniform cost accounting procedures. He graduated in Business Studies from the Universita degli Studi di Messina in 1970 with a thesis on “Budgets and Long-term Plans in a Large Company”. In 2006, he received an honorary degree in Naval Engineering from the Universita degli Studi di Genova. He was professor of “Management Control Systems (Planning and Control)” at the Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS) in Rome until 2010. He is enrolled in the RUC (Senior Auditors Register). In 2014 he received the honour of “Cavaliere del Lavoro”.

Giuseppe Dado

Mr. Giuseppe Dado serves as Chief Financial Officer at Fincantieri S.p.A. since October 8, 2014. He holds a degree in Business Administration and has been Vice President of Group Treasury and Corporate Finance of Fincantieri since 2008. He started his career in 1997 in the Management Control department at Electrolux Home Products Italy S.p.A.. In 1999, he then moved to Ernst & Young S.p.A. where he held various positions in the Transaction Advisory Services division. In 2003, he joined Permasteelisa Group, in the United States, with responsibilities in the Financial Control and Treasury area. In 2005, he joined Fincantieri as Head of Financial Planning, within the Treasury and Finance function.

Alberto Maestrini

Mr. Alberto Maestrini serves as General Manager, Senior Executive Vice President Naval Vessels Business Unit at Fincantieri S.p.A. since September 26, 2016. He is Member of the Board of Directors of Marinette Marine Corporation, LLC as Inside Director. He started his career in 1985, dealing with research on technologies for integrated circuits for the Hirst Research Centre (GEC group). From 1986 to 1996 at Marconi S.p.A., he was Head of Research and Development of Access Systems in Italy and England, while from 1996 to 2001 he assumed the role of Sales Manager initially for Western Europe and North America, so for Spain and Latin America. In 2001 he became Head of Product Line Access System Division for the business in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and, in the same year, he was appointed Managing Director of Marconi S.p.A. In 2003, he assumes the role of Chief Executive Officer of Telindus S.p.A. He obtained degree in Electronic Engineering in 1983.

Pier Ragni

Giorgio Rizzo Di Grado E Di Premuda

Mr. Giorgio Rizzo Di Grado E Di Premuda serves as Senior Executive Vice President Ship Repair and Conversion Business Unit of FINCANTIERI S.P.A. since 2009. He graduated in Naval and Mechanical Engineering. From 2004 he became Head of Product Development in the Cruise Ships division, directly coordinating the Basic Design, Functional Design and Purchasing departments. In July 2006 he was appointed Deputy Director of Merchant Ships. From September 2008 he was Head of Ship Repairs and Conversions. Currently he is also on the boards of directors of Bacini di Palermo S.p.A. He started his career in 1976 at Cantieri Navali Riuniti of Genoa, where he worked at the headquarters for the Military Ships Methods and Design department and at the Palermo plant in the Ship Repair area, where in 1983 he was appointed director and head of the Commercial department. From 1986 to 1990 he worked in Naples at Società Esercizio Bacini Napoletani as Deputy Manager and Head of Production. From 1990 to 1995 he returned to the Palermo shipyard as Head of the Ship Repair Line. In 1995 he became head of the Ship Repair Line for Fincantieri and based in Trieste. In 1997 he also became responsible also for the line Conventional Ships, subsequently becoming PM for the Minoan project.

Giovanni Romano

Mr. Giovanni Romano serves as Senior Executive Vice President Mega-yachts Business Unit of FINCANTIERI S.P.A. since 2006. From 2000 to 2005 Managing Director Merchant Ships Business Unit. He graduated in Naval and Mechanical Engineering in 1971.

Paolo Frino

Angelo Fusco

Mr. Angelo Fusco serves as Senior Vice President Naval Vessels of FINCANTIERI S.P.A. since October 2016. Since April 2011, he has been the head of the Italian division of the Naval Vessels business unit. He is also member of the Board of Directors of Etihad Shipbuilding, a subsidiary of Fincantieri registered in Abu Dhabi (UAE). He started his career in 1978 at Cantieri Navali Riuniti, firstly in the engineering area where he was responsible for basic design and for the outfitting department, and then in Cantiere di Muggiano S.p.A. as responsible for the tests and trials of the frigates ships “Sucre” for the Venezuelan navy. In 1984, following the establishment of the operating company Fincantieri – Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A., he moved to the commercial department of the Naval Vessel unit, at the beginning as Manager of the Africa Middle and Far East area, then as Product Sale Manager for Surface combat ships and, in 1991, as Sales & Marketing Director of the Naval Vessel business unit. In 1996, he was appointed as responsible of Auxiliary and Special Vessels with focus on acquisition, development and performance of the orders. In 1999, he was appointed as responsible of Surface Combat Naval Vessels, and in this area was responsible for various programs including corvettes “Cigala Fulgosi”, patrol ships “Sirio” for the Italian Navy, corvettes “Laksamana” for the Malaysian Navy and for the acquisition of the “Cavour” aircraft carrier contract for the Italian Navy. From December 2002 until March 2016, he was CEO of Orizzonte Sistemi Navali S.p.A., a JV set-up in 1991 between Fincantieri (51%) and Finmeccanica S.p.A. (49%), where he also worked for several important modernization programs, including those related to destroyer “Admirals”, FREMM frigates ships for the Italian Navy and BDSL landing ships for the Algerian Navy. He graduated from the University of Genoa in Naval and Mechanical Engineering in 1977.

Domenico Sorvillo

Carlo Gainelli

Umberto Baldi

Fabrizio Palermo

Gianfranco Agostinetto

Simone Anichini

Dr. Simone Anichini serves as Independent Director at Fincantieri S.p.A.

Massimiliano Cesare

Mr. Massimiliano Cesare serves as Independent Director at Fincantieri S.p.A.

Nicoletta Giadrossi

Paola Muratorio

Donatella Treu

Cristiano Pasanisi