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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Bruce Hack

69 2017 Independent Chairman of the Board

Frederic Rose

56 2010 Member of the Executive Committee, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Tim Sarnoff

58 Deputy Chief Executive Officer – Production Services, Member of the Executive Committee

Laurent Carozzi

53 2018 Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Fabienne Brunet

62 2014 Executive Vice President Human Resources & Corporate Social Responsibility, Member of the Executive Committee

Simon Hibbins

54 Executive Vice President, International Operations, Home Entertainment Services, Member of the Executive Committee

Vince Pizzica

54 Senior Executive Vice President, Corporate Development & Technology, Member of the Executive Committee

Cristina Gomila

44 2016 Head of Research & Innovation, Chief Technology Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Ginny Davis

50 2018 Chief Information Officer, Chief Security Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Adrien Cadieux

2018 Group General Counsel and Company Secretary, Member of the Executive Committee

Quentin Lilly

56 2014 President, Home Entertainment Services; Member of the Executive Committee

Luis Martinez-Amago

55 2018 President of the Connected Home Division, Member of the Executive Committee

Nathan Wappet

50 2016 Chief Operating Officer, Production Services; Member of the Executive Committee

Yann Debois

39 2017 Director representing Employees

Birgit Conix

53 2016 Independent Director

Ana Garcia Fau

49 2016 Independent Director

Melinda Mount

59 2016 Independent Director

Laura Quatela

61 2016 Independent Director

Hilton Romanski

45 2015 Independent Director

Thierry Sommelet

48 2017 Independent Director, Permanent Representative of Bpifrance Participations

Biographies

Name Description

Bruce Hack

Mr. Bruce L. Hack has been Independent Chairman of the Board of Technicolor S.A. since February 27, 2017. He was Vice Chairman of the Board since February 2016 and Lead Independent Director of the Company from May 2014. He has been Independent Director of the Company since February 17, 2010. He is Member of the Nominations and Governance Committee, as well as Chairman of the Strategy Committee. He has been Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BLH Venture, LLC. He is currently Chairman or Director on public and private boards including MiMedx Group, DemeRx and early/mid stage online media or video gaming firms. He has acted as Director of Overwolf and Games for Change, Chairman of Gong! Mr. Hack was Vice-Chairman of the Board and Chief Corporate Officer of Activision Blizzard until 2009. Prior to that, Mr. Hack was Chief Executive Officer of Vivendi Games from 2004 to 2008. Mr. Hack also served as EVP, Development and Strategy, Vivendi Universal, from 2001 to 2003; Vice-Chairman of the Board, Universal Music Group, from 1998 to 2001; and Chief Financial Officer, Universal Studios, from 1995 to 1998. He joined the Seagram Company Ltd. in 1982 after serving as a trade negotiator at the United States Treasury in Washington, D.C. Among his roles at Seagram were Chief Financial Officer of Tropicana Products, Inc. and Director, Strategic Planning, at The Seagram Company Ltd. Mr. Hack graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University and holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance University of Chicago.

Frederic Rose

Mr. Frederic Rose has been Member of the Executive Committee, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Technicolor S.A. since February 17, 2010. He is also Member of the Company's Strategy Committee. He was Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors from April 27, 2009 to February 17, 2010. Prior to that, he was Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Director from September 1, 2008. Prior to joining Technicolor, he held various positions between 1993 and 2008 within Alcatel-Lucent, and was Member of its Executive Committee. Mr. Rose is a graduate in foreign affairs and law from the University of Georgetown. He has been Director and Vice-Chairman of Technicolor SFG Technology Co., Ltd., President of Technicolor Inc., Chairman of Technicolor Limited (UK) and Director of MediaNaviCo LLC.

Tim Sarnoff

Mr. Tim Sarnoff is Deputy Chief Executive Officer – Production Services and Member of the Executive Committee at Technicolor S.A. He joined Technicolor in 2009 and has been Member of the Executive Committee since 2014 and Deputy CEO since February 2015. In 2014 Mr. Sarnoff was appointed President of Technicolor’s Production Services Division, he had previously served as President of Technicolor Digital Productions since 2009. An industry veteran, prior to joining Technicolor Mr. Sarnoff was president of Sony Pictures Imageworks for 12 years, and previously created Warner Digital Studios as a division of Warner Bros., and shepherded the start-up and growth of Warner Bros. Animation. Mr. Sarnoff holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Psychology and in Journalism from Stanford University.

Laurent Carozzi

Mr. Laurent Carozzi has been Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee of TECHNICOLOR S.A. since March 12, 2018. He joined Technicolor from Publicis where he was deputy of the Group Chief Financial Officer from early 2017, after having spent 12 years at the Lagardere Group, where he joined as head of investor relations in 2004. He was thereafter appointed as Head of Group Financial Control. Since 2011, he has been focusing on the turnaround of the Sports & Entertainment business unit, as Chief of Operations and Chief Financial Officer. As part of his responsibilities he was Member of the Executive Committee of Lagardere Sports & Entertainment and directly reported to Arnaud Lagardere. Mr. Carozzi started his career in the banking industry in 1989, as a consulting engineer in the Industry Research department of the Credit Lyonnais, then he joined Paribas in London as Head of Media Research. Between 1999 and 2004, he was first on the buy-side at Indocam, and then on the sell-side as Head of Media Research at HSBC.

Fabienne Brunet

Ms. Fabienne Brunet has served as Executive Vice President Human Resources & Corporate Social Responsibility, Member of the Executive Committee at Technicolor S.A. since June 2014. She joined Technicolor in 2009 as Senior Vice-President Corporate Human Resources. Prior to joining Technicolor, Mrs. Brunet was Vice-President Human Resources of Alcatel-Lucent’s Services Group. She began her career at Thomson-CSF before joining Alcatel-Alstom where she held the positions of General Secretary at Occidentale Medias and Human Resources Director at Express Group, and subsequently of Vice-President Group Internal Communications. Ms. Brunet holds a Master of Law degree and a Master of Science in Human Resources degree from Paris University.

Simon Hibbins

Mr. Simon Hibbins is Executive Vice President, International Operations, Home Entertainment Services and Member of the Executive Committee at TECHNICOLOR S.A. He has been Member of the Executive Committee since 2016. Mr. Hibbins joined Technicolor in 2000 as a result of Technicolor’s acquisition in Australia and since then has held various positions across Australia and Asia Pacific of increasing responsibility and in 2012 was appointed Senior Vice President of Technicolor Home Entertainment Services (HES) International business. Prior to joining Technicolor, he worked in various roles in the publishing and printing industry for News Corporation and Price Waterhouse in Corporate Finance. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne in Australia, and in 2008 completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD.

Vince Pizzica

Mr. Vince Pizzica is Member of the Executive Committee and Senior Executive Vice President, Corporate Development & Technology at Technicolor S.A. He has been Head of Corporate Development and Technology since May 2014. In addition, he assumes responsibility for managing the Corporate Ventures investments and for Mergers & Acquisitions. Previously, he led the Digital Delivery Business Group. He joined Technicolor in September 2008 as head of the Strategy, technology and Research corporate teams. Prior to joining Technicolor, he was in charge of Technology, Strategy & Marketing at Alcatel-Lucent for the EMEA and APAC regions. Over a 29-year career in the telecoms industry, his responsibilities included CTO for the APAC region at Alcatel-Lucent, General Manager of the Trusted Networks activity at Siemens in Australia and various roles in operations and technology at Telstra. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Institute of Engineers and a Master of Telecoms & Info Systems from the University of Essex in the U.K.

Cristina Gomila

Ms. Cristina Gomila has served as Head of Research & Innovation, Chief Technology Officer, Member of the Executive Committee at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since 2016. She has been is Head of Research & Innovation since 2014. She joined Technicolor in 2002 and has spent most of her career in the USA moving into different positions for strategy and management of R&D engineering teams with a focus on Consumer Electronics and Media & Entertainment markets. Gomila holds a M.S. degree in Telecom Engineering from the UPC (Spain) and a Ph.D. degree from Mines ParisTech (France). Additionally, she has authored more than 60 granted patents and a large number of standard contributions and publications.

Ginny Davis

Ms. Ginny Davis has been Chief Information Officer, Chief Security Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of TECHNICOLOR S.A. since 2018. She has been is group Chief Information Officer since 2008 and in 2015 was appointed to the additional role of group Chief Security Officer. Prior to these appointments, she held a number of leadership positions within the global Information Technology organization including Vice-President of Supply Chain Systems and Divisional Chief Information Officer. Before joining Technicolor in 1996, she spent 5 years in the Pharmaceutical industry at McKesson leading the deployment and management of various technologies. Ms. Davis holds a degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Michigan and in 2005 completed the Executive Management program at London Business School. Ms. Davis is an active member of the following organizations, Kudelski Security Advisory Board, Convergence Technology Council for Media and Entertainment, Women in Technology (WITI) and the CIO/CISO Academy at UC Berkeley.

Adrien Cadieux

Mr. Adrien Cadieux has been Group General Counsel and Company Secretary and Member of the Executive Committee of TECHNICOLOR S.A. since July 2018. He is in charge of legal, compliance and insurance matters for the group and assists the Board of Directors in their works. He joined Technicolor in 2012. Prior to that, he was a partner at De Pardieu Brocas Maffei, a leading French law firm where he spent 8 years. He also held different positions in the legal department of AXA, a global insurance group, and in the capital markets division of CACIB, the investment bank of the Credit Agricole group. He began his career in New York, working for Credit Lyonnais, a global investment bank.

Quentin Lilly

Mr. Quentin Lilly has been President, Home Entertainment Services and Member of the Executive Committee of Technicolor S.A. since June 2014. He has been President of Technicolor Home Entertainment Services (HES) since 1999. Prior to this appointment, he held a number of positions of increasing responsibility within HES including Senior Vice President of Corporate Development as well as Chief Operating Officer. Before joining Technicolor in 1994, Mr. Lilly spent approximately 10 years in the corporate finance sector as a member of the Investment Banking/Capital Markets Groups at Smith Barney and Crowell, Weedon & Co. Mr. Lilly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance, from California Polytechnic University.

Luis Martinez-Amago

Mr. Luis Martinez-Amago has been President of the Connected Home Division, Member of the Executive Committee of TECHNICOLOR S.A. since January 2018. He was President of Connected Home North America at TECHNICOLOR S.A. from October 2015 and has been Member of the Executive Committee of the Company since January 2016. Coming to Technicolor from Alcatel-Lucent, he has carried out multiple roles and responsibilities during the last 27 years. Most recently, he was the CEO of Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell in China. Prior to this, he spent several years as President of the Europe, CIS, Middle East and Africa region. Prior to that, he held the responsibility of several worldwide business divisions as its President, from Fixed Broadband Networks Division, to Applications Business Division, to Wireless Transmission Division. Before this, he was COO of the Integration and Services Division of the company. He holds a Technical degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University La Salle, Barcelona; as well as PDD in General Management from IESE Business School.

Nathan Wappet

Mr. Nathan Wappet has served as Chief Operating Officer, Production Services and Member of the Executive Committee at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since 2016. He joined Technicolor in 2013 in the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) for its Creative Services Division and became COO of the Production Services Division in 2014. Wappet has some 25 years’ experience in the IT&T industries with multinational companies such as Alcatel-Lucent and HP, as well Australia’s largest carrier, Telstra. He has operational experience, particularly in implementing large-scale integrations as well as bringing value to an organization through a Services-based model. He holds an Honors degree in Electrical & Communications Engineering from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia and an Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM).

Yann Debois

Mr. Yann Debois has been Director representing Employees at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since July 27, 2017. He is in charge, within Technicolor group Sourcing organization, of the Sourcing activities for the Corporate functions. He joined Technicolor in 2006 and has since held a number of positions within Sourcing, especially in Hong Kong where he managed key suppliers for the Connected Home business unit. Mr. Debois is a law graduate (2000) and holds a diploma from the University of Rennes I as well as a Master degree in Value Chain & Logistics Management from the University of Macquarie Sydney (2004).

Birgit Conix

Ms. Birgit Conix has been Independent Director of TECHNICOLOR S.A. since April 29, 2016. She is Member of the Audit Committee. She is, since October 2013, Chief Financial Officer and member of the Senior Leadership Team of Telenet, a Belgian stock listed cable company (BEL 20 index). Apart from the Finance function, she is responsible for investor relations, business intelligence, procurement, supply chain, real estate and facilities. Ms. Conix has 25 years of experience in finance across multiple industries, including cable and telecommunications, fast moving consumer goods, medical devices and pharmaceuticals, automotive and scientific publishing. She held international assignments in Amsterdam, London, Queretaro (Mexico), Madrid, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf. She was previously Regional Head of Finance for Heineken's Western European organization at their Amsterdam headquarters and was a member of Heineken's Western European Management Team and Global Finance Leadership Team. Prior to joining Heineken in 2011, Ms. Conix built her career at Johnson & Johnson, where she held different top-level international positions with growing responsibilities in finance, strategy and business operations. Ms. Conix holds a Master’s degree in Business economics from Tilburg University Netherlands, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Ana Garcia Fau

Ms. Ana Maria Garcia Fau has been Independent Director at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since April 29, 2016. She is Member of the Audit Committee and Chairwoman of the Nominations and Governance Committee. Ana Garcia Fau, who currently is a Company Director, began her career in management consulting at McKinsey&Co in Madrid, Wolff Olins and the M&A Department of Goldman Sachs in London. She built her career at the Telefonica Group, serving as Corporate Development Officer and Chief Financial Officer of TPI-Paginas Amarillas (yellow pages and e-commerce) from 1997 until 2006. She was responsible for the international expansion of the company, business development and strategy, serving in parallel at the boards of Telfisa in Madrid, Publiguias in Chile, TPI in Brazil, Telinver in Argentina and TPI in Peru, amongst others. In 2006, she was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Yell for the Spanish and Latin-American businesses (2006-2014), expanding her role to the US Hispanic market, based in Houston, Texas. Since 2011, Ms. Garcia Fau was part of the International Executive Committee of Yell/Hibu that defined and executed the digital transformation of the group. In 2013, she was appointed Chief Global Strategy Officer of Hibu, responsible for strategic partnerships and digital strategy. She has been Director of Eutelsat SA, Merlin Properties Socimi SA, Renovalia Energy Group SL and Gestamp Automocion SA. Ms. Garcia Fau is a graduate in Economics, Business Administration and Law from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE, E-3) in Spain, and holds an MBA from the Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States.

Melinda Mount

Ms. Melinda J. Mount has been Independent Director at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since April 29, 2016. She is Chairwoman of the Audit Committee and Member of the Remunerations Committee. She is the former President of Jawbone, a company that develops wearable technology. Prior to that she spent seven years at Microsoft in various finance and operational roles including Corporate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Online Services division (Bing, MSN and the data centers) and the Corporate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Entertainment & Device division (Xbox, Windows Phone, and Mediaroom). Prior to Microsoft, Ms. Mount spent nine years at Time Warner in various finance and strategy management leadership roles and spent eight years at Morgan Stanley as an investment banker specializing in mergers and acquisitions. She has been on the Board of Directors of the Learning Care Group. Ms. Mount has an MBA with distinction from Harvard and a BBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board at Harvard Business School and the board of directors of the University of Wisconsin Foundation.

Laura Quatela

Ms. Laura G. Quatela has served as Independent Director at Technicolor S.A. since April 29, 2016. She was Director of the Company from May 23, 2013. She is Member of the Nominations and Governance Committee and Chairwoman of the Remunerations Committee, as well as Member of the Strategy Committee of the Company. She is Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Lenovo and Member of its Executive Committee. She is also co-founder of Quatela Lynch Intellectual Property LLC. She was the President of Eastman Kodak Co. from January 1, 2012 to February 2014. In January 2011, she was appointed General Counsel and elected a Senior Vice President. In January 2008, she was appointed Chief intellectual property Officer and retained this role in tandem with her duties leading the company's Legal organization. Previously, she was Managing Director, intellectual property transactions, and was responsible for directing strategic cross-licensing and royalty-bearing licensing activities for the company, including developing Kodak’s digital capture licensing program. Ms. Quatela joined Kodak in 1999 and held various positions in the company’s Legal and Finance departments. Prior to joining Kodak, she worked for Clover Capital Management, Inc., SASIB Railway GRS, and Bausch & Lomb Inc. In private law practice, she was a defense litigator specializing in mass tort cases. She is a graduate of Denison University, B.A., International Politics (1979) and Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D. (1982).

Hilton Romanski

Mr. Hilton Romanski has been Independent Director at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since November 2015. He is also Member of the Strategy Committee. Mr. Hilton Romanski is Senior Vice-President and Chief Strategy Officer of Cisco Systems, Inc. where he is leading investments, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and manages strategic partnerships. In his previous role, Mr. Romanski was with the Strategy Office of Cisco where he drove the mergers and acquisition strategy. Prior to joining Cisco in 2001, Mr. Romanski held several positions at J.P. Morgan, including in the Technology, Media and Telecom group and co-founded J.P. Morgan’s West Coast telecom practice. He previously worked in J.P. Morgan’s New York headquarters where he was an M&A specialist.

Thierry Sommelet

Mr. Thierry Sommelet has been Independent Director, Permanent Representative of Bpifrance Participations at TECHNICOLOR S.A. since January 6, 2017. He is also Member of the Strategy Committee and Nominations and Governance Committee. Mr. Sommelet is Managing director within the Mid & Large Cap department of Bpifrance Investissement, in charge the technology, media and telecom sector. He has fifteen years of private and public equity investment experience in the telecom and technology sectors, with Caisse des Depots et Consignations where he was responsible for investment in telecom networks, and with Fonds Strategique d’Investissements where he realized several transactions in the semi-conductor, technology and internet sectors. Before that, Thierry Sommelet held several positions in capital markets with Credit Commercial de France, in Paris and New York, with Los Altos based Renaissance Software (now part of Sungard) and with media company InfosCE. Thierry Sommelet graduated from ENPC civil engineering school in Paris, and holds an MBA from Insead.