Committees

Remuneration and Nominations Committee

The Committee formulates proposals to the Board to define a remuneration policy for the executive directors, directors vested with special powers and key management personnel; submits proposals to the Board of Directors on the remuneration of executive directors and the other directors vested with special powers; assesses proposals to introduce short and long-term incentive systems, monetary and share-based, to be submitted for the approval of the Board of Directors; proposes performance objectives to the Board, linked to the variable component of the remuneration of executive directors, directors vested with special powers and key management personnel; checks, even using information received from the relevant company departments, whether the performance objectives linked to the incentive plans and variable remuneration have been achieved.

The Committee also formulates opinions on its size and composition and expresses recommendations on the professional figures whose presence on the Board is deemed appropriate and conducts preliminary investigations in order to prepare and review any succession plans for executive directors which the Board of Directors should decide to adopt.

Marinella Soldi

Chairman

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Marinella Soldi
Member of the Remuneration and Nominations Committee

Director since April 21, 2020

Born in Figline Valdarno (FI) on November 4th, 1966.

She holds a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and an MBA from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France.

She began her career at McKinsey as a Business Analyst and Associate (1990-1993) in London and Milan. From 1995 to 2000 she joined MTV NETWORKS EUROPE, where she was first Business Development Manager in London, then General Manager of MTV Italy in Milan and finally Senior Vice President, Strategic Development, in London.

In 2000 (until 2009) she founded the SOLDI COACHING / GLITZ SRL, a leadership development company in London and Milan. From 2009 to 2018 she worked at DISCOVERY NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL where she held various positions including Chief Content and Strategy Officer EMEA and Managing Director Southern Europe in Milan and London.

She is President of the Vodafone Italia Foundation and a Director of Nexi and Ariston Thermo.

Vittorio Bertazzoni
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Vittorio Bertazzoni
Member of the Remuneration and Nominations Committee
Member of the Committee for Sustainability and Social Responsibility

Director since April 19, 2017

Born in Parma, March 29, 1976.

Degree in law from the University of Parma.

After graduation, he began his career at Arthur Andersen in the financial auditing sector, gaining international experience first at the New York office (USA) and later in Italy.

Subsequently, he worked with the Studies Office of Mediobanca S.p.A.

He is currently Deputy Chair and Chief Executive Officer of SMEG S.p.A., an Italian electrical household appliances manufacturer.

He is also Deputy Chair and Chief Executive Officer of ERFIN S.p.A.

Chiara Palmieri
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Chiara Palmieri
Member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee
Member of the Control and Risk Committee
Member of the Committee for Transactions with Related Parties

Director since April 19, 2017

Born in Milan, December 9, 1970.

She is the Sole Director of Tack S.r.l., a company that provides Family Office services; she is a professor at Bocconi University and a member of the Board of Directors of the following companies: Snaitech S.p.A, Fratelli Branca Distillerie S.r.l., Ceme S.p.A. and Design Holding S.p.A.; she also sits on the Board of Amref Health Africa Onlus-Italia.

Earlier, she worked as Chief Operating Officer of Laprima Holding S.r.l., Single Family Office, and in London for more than ten years, at Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs, where she was Chief Operating Officer and an executive director of the Private Wealth Management division for Europe and Asia.

She was a director of Poste S.p.A.

She graduated summa cum laude from Bocconi University, is a certified public accountant and obtained a CEMS Master from HEC-Paris University, after an exchange at the MBA program of the Stern School – New York University.

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