Committees

Audit Committee

Melissa Bethell

Chair

Melissa Bethell is a Partner at Atairos, an investment fund backed by Comcast NBCUniversal, where she is the Managing Partner of Atairos Europe.

Ms. Bethell was previously a Managing Director at Bain Capital for over 18 years and member of the senior leadership team responsible for strategy setting, fundraising and portfolio management, where she remains a senior advisor. Prior to joining Bain Capital, Ms. Bethell worked in the Capital Markets group at Goldman Sachs & Co., with a focus on media and technology.

Ms. Bethell is a non-executive director of Tesco plc. Ms. Bethell previously held non-executive director positions at Samsonite, Worldpay and Atento.

Ms. Bethell has a MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School and received a BA with honours in Political Science and Economics from Stanford University. Melissa was born in Taiwan, educated in
America and is now a British national.

Laurence Debroux

Laurence Debroux was born in France in 1969 and graduated at HEC (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales) Paris.

Mrs. Debroux joined Heineken N.V. in 2015 as member of the Executive Board and CFO. Before joining Heineken she had been Chief Financial and Administrative Officer and a member of the Executive Board of JCDecaux since July 2010. Prior to this, Mrs. Debroux spent 14 years with the global healthcare company SANOFI where she held various executive positions including CFO and Chief Strategic Officer. Mrs. Debroux began her career in investment banking. She has had Executive responsibility for Global functions such as Strategic Planning & Business Control, Tax & Financial Markets, Business Development, Financial Processes & Internal Control, Accounting & Reporting, Procurement and Information Systems.

Mrs. Debroux is presently also a member of the Board of Directors of HEC (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales) Paris and independent Board member of Novo Nordisk A/S.

Ginevra Elkann

Ginevra Elkann was born in London in 1979 and she has lived in the UK, France and Brasil.

She graduated in Visual Communication at the American University of Paris and completed a Master inFilm Making at the London Film School.

Ginevra Elkann is President of Asmara Films, a production film company founded in 2010.

Since 2011 she is the President of Pinacoteca Giovanni and Marella Agnelli. She sits on the Boards of Christie’s, Fondation Cartier and UCCA in Beijing, China. Mrs. Elkann also sits in the Board of Trustees of the American Academy in Rome. In May 2018 she has been nominated new independent Director of Kering Group.

Compensation and Nominating Committee

António Horta-Osório

Chairman

AAntónio joined the board of Lloyds Banking Group on 17 January 2011 as an Executive Director and became Group Chief Executive on 1 March 2011.

Born in 1964, Mr. Horta-Osório is a graduate of management and business administration at Universidade Católica Portuguesa. He has a MBA from INSEAD where he was awarded the Henry Ford II prize – and an AMP from Harvard Business School. In June 2011, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Edinburgh, and in July 2012 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Bath.

António started his career at Citibank Portugal where he was Head of Capital Markets. At the same time, he was an assistant professor at Universidade Católica Portuguesa. He then worked for Goldman Sachs in New York and London. In 1993, he joined Grupo Santander as Chief Executive of Banco Santander de Negócios Portugal. He was CEO of Banco Santander Brazil 1997-1999 and in 2000 he became CEO of Banco Santander Totta in Portugal, moving to the UK in 2006 to become CEO of Abbey and its successor Santander UK.

In 2014 the Government of Portugal awarded him with the Order of Merit Grã-Cruz which is the highest Order of Civil Merit. The Spanish Government in 2009 awarded him the order of Isabel la Católica, Commander by Number and in 1998 he was also awarded the National Order of Cruzeiro do Sul from the Government of Brazil.

Previously a non-executive Director to the Court of the Bank of England, António is currently also a nonexecutive Director of Sociedade Francisco Manuel dos Santos B.V., Stichting INPAR Management/ Enable and Fundação Champalimaud in Portugal.

He serves on the CBI President’s Committee. In 2018 he was granted the Freedom of the City of London and has been Chairman of the Wallace Collection since 2015, a Prime Ministerial appointment. The Wallace Collection is one of Europe’s foremost art collections and the greatest private bequest to the nation in Great Britain.

Joseph Y. Bae

Joseph Y. Bae joined KKR in 1996, where he is now Co-President and Co-Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Bae has been a member of the board of directors of KKR since 16 July 2017. Prior to July 2017, when he was promoted to his current position, he was the managing partner of KKR Asia and the global head of KKR's infrastructure and energy real asset businesses. He is the chairman of KKR's Asia and Americas Private Equity Investment Committees and serves on KKR's European Private Equity, Growth Equity, Energy, Infrastructure, Real Estate and Special Situations Investment Committees. He is also a member of KKR's Inclusion and Diversity Council.

Prior to KKR, Mr. Bae worked for Goldman Sachs & Co. in its principal investment area, where he was involved in a broad range of merchant banking transactions. He has a B.A., magna cum laude, from Harvard College.

Mr. Bae serves on the boards of a number of non-profit educational and cultural institutions including, as a trustee for Phillips Andover Academy, the Global Advisory Council at Harvard University, a board member of the Lincoln Center, The Asia Society and the Asia Art Archives.

Alessandro Nasi

Alessandro Nasi was born in Turin (Italy) in 1974; he grew up in New York and then returned to Italy where he obtained a degree in Economics at the University of Turin.

He started his career as a financial analyst in several banks, gaining experience at Europlus Asset Management - a division of Unicredito in Dublin - Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Turin, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan in New York.

He then joined JP Morgan Partners in New York as an Associate in their Private Equity Division.

In 2005 he joined Fiat Group as a Corporate and Business Development manager, heading the APAC division. In this role, he was involved in supporting the activities of the Fiat Group sectors in developing their businesses in Asia Pacific.

In 2007 he was appointed Vice President of Business Development and a member of the Steering Committee of Fiat Powertrain Technologies, the Engine and Powertrain division of Fiat Group.

At the beginning of 2008 he took on a new responsibility at CNH, the Fiat Group company which manufactures agricultural machinery and construction equipment, of which he was Senior Vice President of Business Development until September 2013.

From October 2009 to January 2011 he was also Senior Vice President for Network Development.

From January 2011 to January 2019 Mr. Nasi held the position of Secretary of the Industrial Executive Council of Fiat Industrial, continuing in the role of Executive Coordinator to the successor Group Executive Council of CNH Industrial.

From September 2013 until January 2019 he was President Specialty Vehicles of CNH Industrial.

From April 2019, he is member of the Board of CNH Industrial.

He is a Director of Giovanni Agnelli B.V.

Independent Auditors

EY

Ernst & Young Accountants LLP