The Board Committees

Strategy Committee

Role

The Strategy Committee assists and advises the Board of Directors on strategic and operational positions, and more specifically on the groundwork for their decision-making. The Strategy Committee meets at least once a quarter and as often as is necessary when projects exceed predetermined limits.

Structure

The Strategy Committee includes four of the company’s Directors. It is chaired by Mr Marc Alberola, CEO of Eranove Group, and includes Mr Brice Lodugnon Managing Director of ECP, Mr Philippe de Martel, Global Head of Corporate Finance at Axa, Mr Julien Gailleton (AXA), and Mr Eric Tauziac, Deputy CEO of the Eranove Group.

Audit Committee

Role

The aim of the Audit Committee is to ensure the monitoring of issues related to development and to control of accounting and financial information, and to ensure the effective monitoring of risks and relevant internal controls.

Structure

The Audit Committee includes three members, one of which is an independent member of the Board of Directors, as proposed by the appointments committee. Its President is chosen by the Board of Directors. It does not include any executive directors.
The Audit Committee is chaired by Mr Brice Lodugnon, Managing Director ECP, and includes Mr Marc Alberola, CEO of Eranove Group, Mr Eric Tauziac, Deputy CEO of the Eranove Group, and Mr Philippe de Martel, Global Head of Corporate Finance at Axa.

Compensation and Appointments Committees

Role

The Compensation and Appointments Committees mission is to assist the Board of Directors in determining and assessing all the remunerations and benefits of the company’s executive directors on a regular basis.
The Compensation and Appointments Committees role is to assist the Board of Directors in putting together the governing bodies of the Group and its subsidiaries.
These committees meet as often as is necessary and, at least, once a year, before the Board of Directors meeting.

Structure

The Compensation and Appointments Committees each include two members, one of which is an independent member of the Board of Directors. They do not include any executive directors.