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Superior Industries International Inc (SUP.N)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Donald Stebbins

60 President, Chief Executive Officer

Michael Hatzfeld

46 2018 Vice President - Finance, Corporate Controller

Margaret Dano

58 Executive Officer

Joanne Finnorn

53 Executive Officer

Parveen Kakar

51 Executive Officer

Nadeem Moiz

47 Executive Officer

Shawn Pallagi

60 Executive Officer

Kerry Shiba

63 Executive Officer

James Sistek

54 Executive Officer

Robert Tykal

55 Executive Officer

Michael Bruynesteyn

55 2015 Independent Director

Paul Humphries

63 2014 Independent Director

Ransom Langford

46 2017 Independent Director

James McElya

70 2013 Independent Director

Timothy McQuay

66 2011 Independent Director

Ellen Richstone

66 2016 Independent Director

Francisco Uranga

54 2007 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Donald Stebbins

Mr. Donald J. Stebbins is President, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Stebbins has more than 30 years of leadership experience in global operations and finance, including over 20 years of experience in the automotive supplier industry. Mr. Stebbins was appointed to the Board of the Company because of his knowledge of the Company as Chief Executive Officer and based on the entirety of his experience and skills, including, in particular, his significant experience in the automotive industry and background in corporate finance and growth as part of the senior management team at Lear. Mr. Stebbins contributed to that company’s significant growth in revenue (from approximately $800 million to $17 billion). This experience includes the operational and financial analysis of operating units, as well as managing all aspects of significant merger and acquisition and financial transactions – in particular, as Chief Financial Officer of Lear, Mr. Stebbins was involved in $15 billion of capital markets transactions (including over 17 acquisitions). Mr. Stebbins was appointed as the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer effective May 5, 2014. He was previously Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC) (“Visteon”), a global supplier of automotive systems, modules and components to global automotive original equipment manufacturers, from December 1, 2008 through August 2012. Mr. Stebbins was a member of the board of directors of Visteon from December 2006 through August 2012. Prior to that, Mr. Stebbins was Visteon’s President and Chief Executive Officer from June 2008 through November 2008, and its President and Chief Operating Officer from May 2005 through May 2008. After leaving Visteon in 2012, Mr. Stebbins provided consulting services for several private equity firms. Before joining Visteon, Mr. Stebbins served as President and Chief Operating Officer of operations in Europe, Asia and Africa for Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA) (“Lear”),

Michael Hatzfeld

Mr. Michael Hatzfeld Jr. serves as Vice President - Finance, Corporate Controller of the company. Mr. Hatzfeld Jr. has held various positions with General Motors Company since 2011, most recently as Controller, US Sales and Marketing Unit in 2018, Controller, Global Revenue Recognition Project from 2016 to 2017, Controller, Customer Care and Aftersales Units from 2014 to 2016 and Assistant Director, Corporate Reporting and Analysis from 2013 to 2014. Mr. Hatzfeld Jr. began his career in public accounting at Ernst & Young LLP from 1994 through 2011. Mr. Hatzfeld Jr. holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Duquesne University. Mr. Hatzfeld Jr. is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Margaret Dano

Ms. Margaret S. Dano is Executive Officer of the Company.

Joanne Finnorn

Ms. Joanne M. Finnorn is Executive Officer of the Company.

Parveen Kakar

Mr. Parveen Kakar is Executive Officer of the Company.

Nadeem Moiz

Mr. Nadeem Moiz is Executive Officer of the Company.

Shawn Pallagi

Mr. Shawn J. Pallagi is Executive Officer of the Company.

Kerry Shiba

Mr. Kerry A. Shiba is Executive Officer of the Company.

James Sistek

Mr. James F. Sistek is Executive Officer of the Company.

Robert Tykal

Mr. Robert M. Tykal is Executive Officer of the Company.

Michael Bruynesteyn

Mr. Michael R. Bruynesteyn is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Bruynesteyn has developed a deep understanding of capital markets from hands-on experience over the last 20 years. He cultivated a firm grasp of the investor’s perspective from the vantage points of directing investor relations for General Motors, leading the award-winning sell-side research team covering the automotive industry for Prudential Securities, and investing on the buy-side as part of a $6 billion hedge fund owned by Lehman Brothers. Mr. Bruynesteyn built on this knowledge base by providing deal-making advice to automotive and energy storage companies with boutique investment bank Strauss Capital. He remains active in the capital markets in his current role as Treasurer of Turner Construction, where he leads a team focused on cash generation and is responsible for investing more than $1 billion of the company’s funds. Mr. Bruynesteyn continues his engagement in the automotive industry as a member of the Advisory Board of ClearMotion, Inc., a developer of breakthrough active suspension technology. Mr. Bruynesteyn is Treasurer and Vice President, Strategic Finance of Turner Construction Company, the largest non-residential commercial construction company in the United States, a position he has held since 2013. He previously was a Managing Director at the investment banking firm Strauss Capital Partners, where he served middle-market clients by raising capital, providing board-level financial advisory services and executing M&A transactions from 2008 to 2012. Prior to that, Mr. Bruynesteyn was a Managing Director in the asset management division of Lehman Brothers, where he focused on transportation-related investments from 2006 to 2008. From 1999 to 2006, Mr. Bruynesteyn was a Senior Equity Research Analyst at Prudential Equity Group in the Automotive Group, where he acted as a sell-side analyst. Prior to his position at Prudential Equity Group,

Paul Humphries

Mr. Paul J. Humphries is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Humphries has extensive experience in the automotive supplier industry and senior level management experience with multinational public companies, providing valuable expertise in strategy, growth, human resources and global operations. Further, Mr. Humphries has extensive experience in planning, implementing and integrating mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Humphries is the President of High Reliability Solutions, a business group at Flex LTD (NASDAQ: FLEX) (“Flex”), a global end-to-end supply chain solutions company that serves the medical, automotive and aerospace and defense markets, a position he has held since 2011. From 2006 to 2011, Mr. Humphries served as Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Flex. In that capacity, he led Flex’s global human resources organization, programs and related functions including global loss prevention, environmental compliance and management systems. Mr. Humphries joined Flex with the acquisition of Chatham Technologies Incorporated in April 2000. While at Chatham Technologies, he served as Senior Vice President of Global Operations. Prior to that, Mr. Humphries held several senior management positions at Allied Signal, Inc. (NYSE: ALD) and its successor Honeywell Inc. (NYSE: HON), BorgWarner Inc. (NYSE: BWA) and Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F).

Ransom Langford

Mr. Ransom A. Langford is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Langford is a Partner and Investment Committee member for TPG Growth based in New York, where he leads the platform’s investments in industrial and business services. Mr. Langford has extensive experience as a board member, serving on boards of directors for several TPG portfolio companies, including Frank Recruitment Group, Gavin de Becker & Associates, HotSchedules (alternatively named Red Book Connect, Inc.), Artel and Microgame. Mr. Langford’s substantial board and investment experience make him a valuable contributor to the Board. Prior to joining TPG Growth in 2009, Mr. Langford was a Managing Director and Partner with J.H. Whitney & Co., where he was a senior member of the investment team responsible for investing several private equity partnerships and was a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. Prior to his tenure at J.H. Whitney, Mr. Langford was an Associate at Brentwood Associates, representing a number of portfolio companies as a member of the investment team. Mr. Langford has also spent time as an analyst in the Mergers & Acquisitions group at New York-based investment bank Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.

James McElya

Mr. James S. McElya is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. McElya has expertise in the automotive industry as well as leadership experience, including his services as the former Chief Executive Officer of a public company. Mr. McElya also provides substantial experience with mergers and acquisitions in the automotive industry – Mr. McElya was instrumental in bringing Cooper Standard from a $1.5 billion business in 2004 to over $3.0 billion when he retired as CEO in 2012. This growth was predominantly a result of a comprehensive M&A strategy. He contributes leadership and strategy experience combined with operation and management expertise. Mr. McElya was chairman of the board of directors of Affinia Group Intermediate Holdings Inc. until August 2016, when the company was sold. Until 2013, Mr. McElya was chairman of the board of directors and, until 2012, Chief Executive Officer of Cooper Standard Holdings Inc. Previously, he had served as president of Cooper-Standard Automotive (NYSE: CSA) (“Cooper Standard”), the principal operating company of Cooper Standard Holdings, and as corporate vice president of Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, the parent company of Cooper Standard, until 2004. Mr. McElya has also served as President of Siebe Automotive Worldwide and over a 22-year period, held various senior management positions with Handy & Harman. Mr. McElya is a past chairman of the Motor Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) and a past chairman of the board of directors of the Original Equipment Supplier Association (OESA).

Timothy McQuay

Mr. Timothy C. McQuay is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. McQuay provides, among other qualifications, his extensive business and financial experience and his public company board experience, which includes extensive experience on compensation and audit committees. Further, Mr. McQuay provides a deep knowledge of the capital markets and significant investment banking experience, having been involved in mergers and acquisitions representing in aggregate more than $4 billion. Mr. McQuay also brings to the Board valuable insight into corporate strategy and risk management that he has gained from his 37 years of experience in the investment banking and financial services industries. Of particular relevance to his service on our Board, while Mr. McQuay served on Keystone’s board, the company made eight strategic acquisitions between 1996 and 2007 representing more than $400 million in aggregate value. Mr. McQuay served on Keystone’s special committee in connection with the company’s sale to LKQ Corporation in 2007 for $800 million. Mr. McQuay brings with him nearly 37 years of financial advisory experience to the Board. From November 2011 until his retirement in December 2015, he served as Managing Director, Investment Banking with Noble Financial Capital Markets, an investment banking firm. Previously, he served as Managing Director, Investment Banking with B. Riley & Co., an investment banking firm, from September 2008 to November 2011. From August 1997 to December 2007, he served as Managing Director – Investment Banking at A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. From May 1995 to August 1997, Mr. McQuay was a Partner at Crowell, Weedon & Co. and from October 1994 to August 1997, he also served as Managing Director of Corporate Finance. From May 1993 to October 1994, Mr. McQuay served as Vice President, Corporate Development with Kerr Group, Inc., a New York Stock Exchange listed plastics manufacturing company. From May 1990 to May 1993, Mr. McQuay served as Managing Director of Merchant Banking with Union Bank.

Ellen Richstone

Ms. Ellen B. Richstone is Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Richstone provides, among other qualifications, her extensive business and financial experience as Chief Financial Officer of public and private companies ranging in size up to $4 billion in revenue over a 24-year period and her public company board experience, which includes being awarded the first annual Distinguished Director Award from the American College of Corporate Directors. Ms. Richstone has served as the Chief Financial Officer of several public and private companies between 1989 and 2012, including Rohr Aerospace, a Fortune 500 company. From 2002 to 2004, Ms. Richstone was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Entrepreneurial Resources Group. From 2004 until its sale in 2007, Ms. Richstone served as the financial expert on the board of directors of American Power Conversion, an S&P 500 company. Ms. Richstone currently sits on the board of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) in New England, as well as other non-profit organizations. In January 2018, Ms. Richstone was named as an NACD Board Leadership Fellow, signifying that she has demonstrated her commitment to the highest level of leadership in the boardroom.

Francisco Uranga

Mr. Francisco S. Uranga is Independent Director of the Company. Given the Company’s significant operations in Mexico, Mr. Uranga’s expertise in developing and managing operations in that country is a valuable contribution to the Board. Mr. Uranga is Corporate Vice President and Chief Business Operations Officer for Latin America at Taiwan-based Foxconn Electronics, Inc., the largest electronic manufacturing services company in the world, a position he has held since 2005. In this position, Mr. Uranga is responsible in Latin America for government relations, regulatory affairs, incentives, tax and duties, legal, customs, immigration and land and construction issues. From 1998 to 2004, he served as Secretary of Industrial Development for the state government of Chihuahua, Mexico. Previously, Mr. Uranga was Deputy Chief of Staff and then Chief of Staff for Mexican Commerce and Trade Secretary Herminio Blanco, where he actively participated in implementing the North American Free Trade Agreement and in negotiating key agreements for the Mexican government as part of the country’s trade liberalization. Earlier, Mr. Uranga was Sales and Marketing Manager for American Industries International Corporation.

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