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Euronav NV (EUAV.BR)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Carl Steen

2015 Independent Chairman of the Board

Patrick Rodgers

58 2004 Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Director

Hugo De Stoop

44 2008 Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Alex Staring

52 Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Egied Verbeeck

43 General Counsel, Member of the Executive Committee

Daniel Bradshaw

70 2004 Director

Ludovic Saverys

33 2015 Director

Anne-Helene Monsellato

2015 Independent Director

Grace Reksten Skaugen

64 2016 Independent Director

William Thomson

68 2011 Independent Director

Brian Gallagher

Head of Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Carl Steen

Mr. Carl Steen has been Independent Chairman of the Board at Euronav N.V. since December 3, 2015. Mr. Steen is also a Member of the Audit and Risk Committee. He graduated from Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland in 1975 with a M.Sc. in Industrial and Management Engineering. After working as a consultant in a logistical research and consultancy company, he joined a Norwegian shipping company in 1978 with primary focus on business development. Five years later, in 1983, he joined Christiania Bank and moved to Luxembourg, where he was responsible for Germany and later the Corporate Division. In 1987 Mr. Steen became senior vice president within the Shipping Division in Oslo and in 1992 he took charge of the Shipping/Offshore and Transport Division. When Christiania Bank merged with Nordea in 2001 he was made executive vice president within the newly formed organization while adding the International Division to his responsibilities. Mr. Steen remained head of shipping, offshore and oil services and the International Division until 2011. Since leaving Nordea, Mr. Steen has become a non-executive director for the following listed companies in the finance, shipping and logistics sectors: Golar LNG and Golar MLP, both part of the same group and where he also sits on the audit committee, Wilh Wilhelmsen and Belships.

Patrick Rodgers

Mr. Patrick (Paddy) Rodgers has been Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee and Director of Euronav N.V. since 2004. He has been Director of the Company since June 2003 and Member of the Executive Committee since 2004 and has served as CEO of the Company since 2000. He was also Chief Financial Officer of the predecessor of the Company from 1998 to 2000. Since 2005, Mr. Rodgers holds various directorships in companies belonging to the CMB and Euronav group. Mr. Rodgers currently serves as a director and chairman of the International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Fund since 2011. From 1990 to 1995 Mr. Rodgers worked at CMB group as an in-house lawyer and subsequently as Shipping Executive. Mr. Rodgers began his career in 1982 as a trainee lawyer with Keene Marsland & Co. In 1984 he joined Bentley, Stokes & Lowless as a qualified lawyer and in 1986 he joined Johnson, Stokes & Master in Hong Kong as a solicitor. Mr. Rodgers graduated in law from University College London in 1981 and from the College of Law, Guildford in 1982.

Hugo De Stoop

Mr. Hugo de Stoop has been Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of Euronav N.V. since January 1, 2008. He started his career with Mustad International Group, an industrial group with over 30 companies located in five continents where he worked as Project Manager on various assignments in the United States, Europe and Latin America, in order to integrate recently acquired subsidiaries. He founded First Tuesday in America (a meeting place for high tech entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and companies), helped develop the network in the United States of America and in Latin America and was appointed Member of the Board of Directors of First Tuesday International. He then joined Davos Financial Corp. London, an external investment Manager for UBS, specialized in Asset Management and Private Equity, where he became Associate and later Vice President. He conducted several transactions, including private placement in public equities (PIPE) and investments in real estate. Mr. De Stoop joined Euronav in September 2004 and was appointed Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Head of Investor Relations and has been nominated Chief Financial Officer as of January 1, 2008. He studied in Oxford, Madrid and Brussels and graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (ULB) with Master of Science in Engineering. He also holds an MBA from INSEAD (France and Singapore).

Alex Staring

Capt. Alex Staring serves as Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of Euronav N.V. He graduated in Maritime sciences from the Maritime Institute in Flushing, the Netherlands. He started his career at sea in 1985. He gained his Masters and Chief Engineer's License and spent the majority of his time at sea on Shell and CMB's tankers whereof the last 3 years as Master. He came ashore in 1997 and headed up SGS training and gas centre. In 1998 he rejoined CMB and moved to London to head the Operations Team at their subsidiary, Euronav United Kingdom. In early 2000, international shipping companies, AP Moller, Euronav, Frontline, OSG, Osprey Maritime and Reederei Nord Klaus E Oldendorff agreed to consolidate the commercial management of their VLCC's by operating them in a Pool. Tankers International LLC was set up and Mr. Staring became Director of Operations. In July 2005, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Euronav N.V. and as of July 2010 he is also in charge of the offshore segment.

Egied Verbeeck

Mr. Egied Verbeeck serves as General Counsel and Member of the Executive Committee at Euronav N.V. Formerly a member of the Antwerp bar, and managing associate at Linklaters, he has a broad experience in corporate and securities law, finance and mergers and acquisitions. He started working for Euronav in 2006. He graduated in Law from the Catholic University of Louvain in 1998. He also holds a Master Degree in international business law from Kyushu University (Japan) and a Postgraduate Degree in corporate finance from the Catholic University of Louvain.

Daniel Bradshaw

Mr. Daniel Rochfort Bradshaw has been Director of Euronav N.V. since 2004. He is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and the Chairman of the Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee. Since 2014 Mr. Bradshaw also serves as Independent Director of GasLog Partners LP, a Marshall Islands limited partnership. Since 2010 he serves as an Independent non-executive Director of IRC Limited, a company listed in Hong Kong, which operates iron mines in far Eastern Russia, and which is an affiliate of Petropavlovsk PLC, a London-listed mining and exploration company. Since 2006 Mr. Bradshaw is an Independent non-executive Director of Pacific Basin Shipping Company Limited, a company listed in Hong Kong and operating in the Handysize bulk carrier sector. Since 1978 Mr. Bradshaw has worked at Johnson Stokes & Master, now Mayer Brown JSM, in Hong Kong, from 1983 to 2003 as a Partner and since 2003 as a Senior Consultant. From 2003 until 2008 Mr. Bradshaw was a member of the Hong Kong Maritime Industry Council. From 1993 to 2001 he served as Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Shipowners’ Association and was a member of the Hong Kong Port and Maritime Board until 2003. Mr. Bradshaw began his career with the New Zealand law firm Bell Gully and in 1974 joined the international law firm Sinclair Roche & Temperley in London. Mr. Bradshaw obtained a Bachelor of Laws and a Master of Laws degree at the Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand).

Ludovic Saverys

Mr. Ludovic Saverys has been Director of Euronav N.V. since May 13, 2015. He is Member of the Remuneration Committee and the Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee. Mr. Saverys currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of CMB NV and as General Manager of Saverco NV. He also serves as CFO and Director of Hunter Maritime Acquisition Corp., a blank check company listed on NASDAQ. During the time he lived in New York, Mr. Saverys served as Chief Financial Officer of MiNeeds Inc. from 2011 till 2013 and as Chief Executive Officer of SURFACExchange LLC from 2009 till 2013. He started his career as Managing Director of European Petroleum Exchange (EPX) in 2008. From 2001 till 2007 he followed several educational programs at universities in Leuven, Barcelona and London from which he graduated with M. Sc. degrees in International Business and Finance.

Anne-Helene Monsellato

Mrs. Anne-Helene Monsellato has been Independent Director of Euronav N.V. since May 13, 2015. She is Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee and Member of the Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee. Mrs. Monsellato is an active member of the French National Association of Directors and of the Selection Committee of Femmes Business Angels since 2013. In addition, she is serving as the Vice President and Treasurer of the Mona Bismarck American Center for Art and Culture, a U.S. public foundation based in New York. From 2005 till 2013, Mrs. Monsellato served as a Partner with Ernst & Young (now EY), Paris, after having served as Auditor/Senior, Manager and Senior Manager for the firm starting in 1990. During her time at EY, she gained experience in cross border listing transactions, in particular with the U.S. She is a Certified Public Accountant in France since 2008 and graduated from EM Lyon in 1990 with a degree in Business Management.

Grace Reksten Skaugen

Ms. Grace Reksten Skaugen has been Independent Director of Euronav N.V. since May 12, 2016. She is the Chairwoman of the Remuneration Committee and Member of the Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee. She is a member of the HSBC European Senior Advisory Council (ESAC). In 2009 she founded Infovidi Board Services Ltd, an independent consulting company. From 2002 till 2015 she was a member of the Board of Directors of Statoil ASA. She is presently Deputy Chairman of Orkla ASA, a Board member of Investor AB and Lundin Petroleum AB and Chairman of NAXS Nordic Access Buyout A/S. In 2006 she was one of the founders of the Norwegian Institute of Directors, of which she continues to be the Chairman of the Board. From 1994 till 2002 she was a Director in Corporate Finance in SEB Enskilda Securities in Oslo. She has previously worked in the fields of venture capital and shipping in Oslo and London and carried out research in microelectronics at Columbia University in New York. She has a doctorate in Laser Physics from Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London. In 1993 she obtained an MBA from the BI Norwegian School of Management.

William Thomson

Mr. William Thomson has been Independent Director in Euronav N.V. since April 26, 2011. He is also Member of the Company's Audit and Risk Committee and Member of the Remuneration Committee. Currently and since 2005 Mr. Thomson holds a Directors’ mandate in Latsco, established to operate under the British Tonnage Tax Regime Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGC), long-range and mediumrange vessels. From 1980 to 2008 Mr. Thomson has been Chairman in several maritime and other companies including Forth Ports Plc, British Ports Federation and Relayfast, and the North of England P&I club. Mr. Thomson previously served as a Director of Trinity Lighthouse Service, Tibbett and Britten and Caledonian McBrayne. From 1970 to 1986 he was a Director with Ben Line, for which he worked in, amongst others, Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan and Edinburgh. In 1985 he established Edinburgh Tankers and five years later, Forth and Celtic Tankers. After serving with the army for three years, Mr. Thomson began his professional career with Killick Martin Shipbrokers in London.

Brian Gallagher

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