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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Jacques Gounon

65 2007 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Francois Gauthey

55 2016 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Jo Willacy

54 2007 Commercial Director - Concession, Member of the Executive Committee

Frederic Riga

49 2018 Chief Digital Officer

Michel Boudoussier

54 2018 Chief Corporate Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Philippe de Lagune

69 2013 Chief Operating Officer - Safety, Member of the Executive Committee

Patrick Etienne

57 Director of Safety, Sustainable Development and Business Services Director, Member of the Executive Committee

Laurent Fourtune

48 2018 Chief Operating Officer - Eurotunnel, Member of the Executive Committee

Steven Moore

48 Chief Executive Officer - ElecLink, Member of the Executive Committee

Pascal Sainson

60 2014 Chief Operating Officer-Europorte, Member of the Executive Committee

Giovanni Castellucci

59 2018 Non-Executive Director

Elisabetta De Bernardi di Valserra

2018 Non-Executive Director

Stephane Sauvage

Non-Executive Director - Staff Representative

Philippe Vanderbec

Non-Executive Director - Staff Representative

Corinne Bach

44 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Bertrand Badre

50 2017 Non-Executive Independent Director

Patricia Hewitt

70 2010 Non-Executive Independent Director

Peter Levene

77 2012 Non-Executive Independent Director

Colette Lewiner

73 2012 Non-Executive Independent Director

Colette Neuville

81 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director, Senior Independent Director

Pierrette Rey

75 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Jean-Pierre Trotignon

68 2010 Non-Executive Independent Director

Philippe Vasseur

75 2007 Non-Executive Independent Director

Timothy Yeo

73 2007 Non-Executive Independent Director

Jean-Baptiste Roussille

Investor Relations Co-Director

Biographies

Name Description

Jacques Gounon

Mr. Jacques Gounon has been Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Committee of Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since March 9, 2007. He is a Member of the Security and Safety Committee, the Corporate Committee and the Economic Regulations Committee. He is also Member of the Concession Coordination Committee. He is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and Chief Engineer of the Ponts et Chaussees. During his career he has held the following positions: Director of projects at the Direction Departementale de l’Equipement of Indre-et-Loire (1977-1981), Deputy Chief Executive of Syctom, the local waste management authority for the City of Paris (1981-1986), Chief Executive of the Comatec group (1986-1990), Director of development for the services activities of the Eiffage group (Fougerolle) (1991-1993), Industry advisor to the French Minister for Work, Employment and Professional Development (1993-1995), Principal Private Secretary to the French Secretary of State for Transport (1995-1996), Deputy Chief Executive of Gec-Alsthom (1996), later known as Alstom (1998), Chairman of the business sector and Member of the Executive Committee of Alstom (2000), Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of Cegelec group (2001). He became a member of the board of TNU on December 17, 2004, was appointed Chairman of the board of TNU on February 18, 2005, and then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TNU on June 14, 2005. He has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GET SA since March 9, 2007. He is a Director of Aeroports de Paris and ANSA.

Francois Gauthey

Mr. Francois Gauthey has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee at GETLINK S.E. since May 1, 2016. Prior to that, he was Chief Operating Officer at the Company from September 7, 2015. He is Member of the Concession Coordination Committee at the Company. He studied at Ecole Polytechnique and holds a DEA in organizational strategy and an engineering degree from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees. . In 1993, he joined the Private Office of the Minister for the Economy, Edmond Alphandery, as a technical advisor. In 1995, he became head of Customer Services at Aeroports de Paris, before becoming advisor in charge of equipment, housing and transport in the Private office of Prime Minister, Jean-Pierre Raffarin. He subsequently took up the office of principal private secretary for Francois Goulard, Secretary of State for Transport and the Sea in 2004 and in the Ministry for Higher Education and Research in 2005. In 2006 he was appointed chief executive officer of Voies Navigables de France. In 2007 he joined the Sanef Group, shortly after its privatization, and held the role of chief executive officer until 2014 and then he was appointed chairman and chief executive of Sanef its Technologies.

Jo Willacy

Ms. Jo Willacy has been Commercial Director - Concession, Member of the Executive Committee of Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since November 2007. She holds an MA in Modern History and Economics from the University of Oxford. She was commercial director of Hummingbird Helicopters from 1992 to 1994 and managing partner of Quadrant Consultants Ltd from 1994 to 2003. She joined the Group in April 2003 as Senior Marketing Manager and was appointed Director of the Commercial Passenger Division in November 2004

Frederic Riga

Mr. Frederic Riga has been appointed Chief Digital Officer at GETLINK SE as of September 6, 2018. Mr. Frederic Riga has a technical background. He holds MIAGE degree, a Master’s degree in Computer Science applied to Business Administration, from the University of Lille. He joined La Redoute in 1991 where he spent 10 years working in different IT environments. From 2001 to 2003, he went on to become Director Projects at GeneriX, a software publisher, before joining Redcats, the parent company of La Redoute, where he took on a variety of roles, culminating in him being appointed Director of IT Systems and Organisation, in 2012. He remained in this role within the Cyrillus Vertbaudet Group in 2014 after the acquisition of some of Redcats’ assets.

Michel Boudoussier

Mr. Michel Boudoussier has been Chief Corporate Officer, Member of the Executive Committee at GETLINK S.E. since March 12, 2018. Prior to this, he was Chief Operating Officer-Concession, Member of the Executive Committee and before Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Concession / Channel Tunnel Operations and Member of the Executive Committee at the Company. He is a Member of the Company's Concession Coordination Committee. He studied at the Ecole Normale Superieure and subsequently became an Engineer at the Corps des Mines. Following several appointments in the French Ministry for Industry, Mr. Boudoussier, a railway industry specialist, joined the French Ministry for Town and Country Planning in 1995. He spent a large part of his career with SNCF, starting as manager for freight in the Lorraine region. In 2003, he became SNCF regional director for Normandy, before becoming, in 2006, SNCF regional director for the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. From 2008-2010, he was human resources director for the infrastructure arm of SNCF.

Philippe de Lagune

Mr. Philippe de Lagune has been Chief Operating Officer - Safety, Member of the Executive Committee at GROUPE EUROTUNNEL S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since September 9, 2013. He exercised various senior roles in public service and was previously the French coordinator for security at the London Olympics in 2012. He is in charge of high-level relations with the French and British public authorities concerning security. He is Chief Operating Officer in charge of Security at the Group.

Patrick Etienne

Mr. Patrick Etienne serves as Director of Safety, Sustainable Development and Business Services Director, Member of the Executive Committee at Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E.). He joined the Group in 1992 after 10 years with SNCF Armement Naval. As Head of IT systems sales, he managed the Group’s internet business from 2000. In 2004, he was appointed operational restructuring director, and became purchasing director in 2005. In 2009, he was appointed Business Services Director heading the corporate purchasing, IT and property management activities of the Group. He also manages the Property Development Department of the Group. He is Chairman of EuroSco SAS, Euro-Immo GET and SIFE (Societe Immobiliere et Fonciere Eurotunnel). He is also Chairman of the Euro-TransManche ferry-owner companies. He was named Safety, Sustainable Development and Business Services Director on January 1, 2016.

Laurent Fourtune

Mr. Laurent Fourtune has been Chief Operating Officer - Eurotunnel, Member of the Executive Committee at GETLINK S.E. since March 12, 2018. He studied at the Ecole National Superieure Ulm and Ohio State University. He is a Civil Engineer and has industrial experience in transport infrastructures and their operations. He started work in the Engineering department in Seine Saint-Denis, responsible for road surfaces on the A1 and A36 motorways. In 2001 he joined the office of Jean-Claude Gayssot as a technical advisor, where he was responsible for the project to re-open the Mont Blanc Tunnel to heavy goods vehicles. Subsequently, in 2002, he moved to Ile-de-France Mobilites (previously STIF) as Director of Investment Projects where, amongst others, he ran the project to regenerate the RER B and install 70 km of tramway. In 2008 he became Service Director at Vinci and then, in 2010, he joined the Engineering service at RATP as Deputy Director. Since 2012 he has been Director of Project Coordination for RATP and member of the Committee of Directors.

Steven Moore

Mr. Steven Moore serves as Chief Executive Officer - ElecLink, Member of the Executive Committee at GETLINK S.E. He joined ElecLink in 2015. He has over 20 years of commercial experience in the electricity sector, the majority of which have been in the areas of energy trading, structuring and origination, operations and asset optimization. Prior to joining ElecLink, he spent six years with EDF in various senior management positions, including three years in Paris where he was group director of commerce, optimization and trading. Before joining EDF Energy, he was the power markets director at British Energy.

Pascal Sainson

Mr. Pascal Sainson has been Chief Operating Officer-Europorte, Member of the Executive Committee at GROUPE EUROTUNNEL S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since 2014. Prior to this, he was Chief Executive Officer - Europorte SAS and Member of the Executive Committee at the Company. He is a civil aviation engineer. He started his career at the Direction Generale de l’Aviation Civile from 1983 to 1986. He was head of programming and development at Air Littoral from January 1987 until August 1988, then manager of air operations and manager of programming and planning at TAT European Airlines. He joined the Group in 1996 as Service Delivery Director. Appointed to the Group management committee in April 2001, he has held successively the positions of Business Services Director, Shuttle Services Director, Divisional Operations Director and Director of Operations. He is Chairman of the French Europorte companies.

Giovanni Castellucci

Elisabetta De Bernardi di Valserra

Stephane Sauvage

Philippe Vanderbec

Corinne Bach

Ms. Corinne Bach has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since December 20, 2016. She is Member of the Economic Regulations Committee at the Company. She is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and also holds qualifications from Imperial College London, INSEAD and Telecom Paris. She is |Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of CanalOlympia and Vice Chairwoman of Vivendi Village within the Vivendi group. She also gained experience working at SFR and NavLink, in both France and the United States.

Bertrand Badre

Mr. Bertrand Badre has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since December 18, 2017. He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, the Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris and of the Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Paris. Assigned to the general finance department in 1995, in 1999 he became deputy director of Lazard Bank in London then vice-president, and director in New York (2000). In 2003, he joined President Jacques Chirac’s office. He became a partner of Lazard Bank in London then in 2007 he became finance director of Crédit Agricole then Societe Generale. In 2013, he was appointed finance director general at the World Bank and as such represented the organization at the G7, G20 and the Financial Stability Board. He left the World Bank group in 2016 and created an investment fund called Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital, which aims to direct investment towards innovative economic projects in developing countries.

Patricia Hewitt

Ms. Patricia M.P. Hewitt has been Non-Executive Independent Director of Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since May 26, 2010. She chairs the Energy Committee, the Economic Regulations Monitoring Committee. She is also Member of the Security and Safety Committee and Corporate Committee. She a graduate of Cambridge University and was a Labour member of Parliament for 13 years until 2010. She first worked for Age Concern. She was economic secretary at the Treasury (1998-1999), then minister for e-Commerce and Small Business at the DTI (1999 and 2001) and subsequently secretary of state for Trade and Industry and Cabinet Minister for Women (2001-2005) before becoming secretary of state for Health (2005-2007).

Peter Levene

Mr. Peter Levene has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since 2012. He is Member of the Strategy and Sustainable Development Committee and Corporate Committee at the Company. He is a Foundation Shareholder of Eurotunnel, joined the defense group United Scientific Holdings in 1963, and rose to the post of group chairman in 1981. Subsequently, he was asked by the secretary of state for Defense to act as his personal advisor in the MoD, and then as permanent secretary in the role of chief of Defense Procurement, a position which he held for six years. He thereafter held the post of advisor to the secretary of state for the Environment, to the president of the Board of Trade and to the chancellor of the exchequer. He was appointed as advisor to the prime minister on efficiency and effectiveness from 1992 to 1997. During this period, he also served as chairman of the Docklands Light Railway and then chairman and chief executive of Canary Wharf Limited. He served as a member of the board of J. Sainsbury plc from 2001-2004 and of Total SA from 2005-2011. He is currently chairman of General Dynamics UK Limited, Starr Underwriting Agents Limited and Tikehau Investments Limited, vice-president of Starr International Company, Inc, and a member of the board of Haymarket Group Limited. He is a member of House of Lords artificial intelligence committee and was a member of the House of Lords economic affairs committee from 2008-2013. He served as sheriff of London from 1995-1996 and as lord mayor of London for the year 1998-1999. He received a knighthood in 1989 and became a life peer in July 1997 as Lord Levene of Portsoken. Previously, he served as chairman of Lloyd’s of London, a specialist insurance and reinsurance market from 2002-2011, after having been vice-chairman of Deutsche Bank. Prior to this, he held the position of chairman of Bankers Trust International, Morgan Stanley and Wasserstein Perella.

Colette Lewiner

Dr. Colette Lewiner has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since 2012. She is Chairman of the Audit Committee and Member of the Ethics and Governance Committee, the Energy Committee and the Corporate Committee at the Company. She is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Superieure and holds a degree and doctorate in physics. She is Director of Nexans, Groupe Bouygues, EDF and Ingenico Group. She began her career as a university lecturer, conducting research into electrical and magnetic phenomena in new semi-conductors. In 1979, she joined EDF in the research and development directorate and then established the development and commercial strategy division. In 1992, she became chair and chief executive of SGN-Reseau Eurisys, a subsidiary of Cogema, and then joined Capgemini to set up the Utilities sector, which she then managed. In 2000, following the merger of Capgemini and Ernst and Young, she was appointed managing director of GSU (Global Sector Unit) “Energie Utilities and Chemicals”. In 2004 she took on responsibility for the group’s global marketing unit (which she headed until 2008) alongside responsibility for the global energy, utilities and chemicals sector. In July 2012, she left this post to become energy adviser to the chairman of Capgemini. Dr. Lewiner is the author of a textbook on nuclear power stations and of numerous scientific papers. She is a Grand Officer of the Legion d’Honneur and of the Ordre National du Merite.

Colette Neuville

Ms. Colette Neuville has been Non-Executive Independent Director, Senior Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since February 14, 2014. She has been Non-Executive Independent Director since March 9, 2007. She Chairs the Remuneration Committee. She is also Member of the Audit Committee, the Ethics and Governance Committee, the Corporate Committee and the Nomination Committee. She is a law graduate and a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies, and holds a post-graduate degree in economics and political science. She has worked as an economist for NATO, for the national office for irrigation (ONI) for the government of Morocco and for the Loire-Brittany agency. Ms. Neuville is founding Chairman of ADAM (the French association for the defence of minority shareholders). She is a member of the board of directors of ATOS and of two defence associations of savers (Faider and ARCAF). She is also a member of the commission on retail investors and minority shareholders of the AMF. Since 2009, she has been a member of the governing board of the MBA school of the Pantheon-Sorbonne University and since 2011, the club of the chairmen/women of remuneration committees at IFA (the French institute of directors). She became a director of TNU on December 15, 2005.

Pierrette Rey

Ms. Pierrette Rey has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since May 15, 2013. She is Member of the Audit Committee, Chairman of the Nomination Committee, Member of the Remuneration Committee and the Corporate Committee. She holds a doctorate in corporate law and a post-graduate degree in economic management both from the University of Paris I; she is a graduate of the Paris political studies institute (IEP), the Paris institute of business management (IAE) and the Paris centre for better management (CPA). She started her career as commercial director for SOVA, a mechanics, metal and steel family businesses prior to setting up her own business as a management, organization and IT consultant then heading a management and IT publication. In 1977 she joined the Banques Populaires group where she was successively in charge of strategy, budget, finance and IT and later an advisor to the chairman of the Banques Populaires group. She was elected as a judge at the Paris Commercial Court in 1992, becoming in turn president of a chamber, vice-president and the first woman (and to date the only woman for 450 years) to be elected president of the Paris Commercial Court, then president of the General Council Of Commercial Courts, which brings together all the French commercial courts, between 2004 and 2008. She chaired the French observatory for businesses in difficulty set up by the chamber of commerce and industry of Paris-Ile-de-France. From 2008 to 2013, she was a member of the French state shareholding commission.

Jean-Pierre Trotignon

Mr. Jean-Pierre Trotignon has been Non-Executive Independent Director of Groupe Eurotunnel SA (GETLINK S.E.) since May 26, 2010. He is also Member of the Nomination Committee, Chairman of the Security and Safety Committee, Member of the Ethics and Governance Committee, the Economic Regulations Monitoring Committee and the Corporate Committee. He is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and of the Ponts et Chaussees engineering school, and holds a master’s degree in Science from the University of Berkeley. He was Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Autoroutes du Sud de la France (1987-1992) and Chief Executive Officer of Compagnie Signature SA from 1992 to 1998. He joined the Caisse des Depots Developpement (C3D) group in 1998, where he was in turn Chief Executive Officer of Egis Projects S.A. (1998-2000), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ISIS SA (1998-2001), amministratore delegato of Egis Italia S.p. (2000-2001) and deputy director for continental Europe of Transdev SA (October 2001 to January 2003). Between 1999 and 2003, alongside his appointments with C3D and Ubifrance, he was Chairman of the Port Autonome de Dunkerque. After two years as Chief Executive Officer of Ubifrance, he joined Eurotunnel in August 2005 as Chief Operating Officer in charge of all commercial, operational and technical aspects of the business, in France and the United Kingdom before being appointed as Deputy Chief Executive from 2008 to 2009. He is a Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of a Swiss company, BG Bonnard et Gardel Holding SA.

Philippe Vasseur

Mr. Philippe Vasseur has been Non-Executive Independent Director at Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E.) since June 20, 2007. He is Member of the Company's Corporate Committee and Nominating and Remuneration Committee. He is former Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food from 1995 to 1997, was the member of the French Parliament for the Pas-de-Calais area several times between 1986 and 2000. He has been a member of the Finance Commission for the French Parliament throughout his parliamentary career, regional councilor for the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region between 1992 and 1998 and mayor of Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise (Pas-de-Calais). A former economics journalist, he resigned from all his political appointments in 2000 in order to return to the private sector where he served until 2015 as Chairman of Credit Mutuel Nord Europe as well as holding various other positions in companies controlled by Credit Mutuel Nord Europe (BCMNE, Caisse de Lille-Liberte, La Francaise AM, Nord Europe Assurances). He is a director of Bonduelle and Chairman of Reseau Alliances, which brings together 260 Hauts-de-France businesses involved in social and environmental responsibility. From 2011 to 2016, he was Chairman of the Nord de France Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Between June 2016 and December 2017, he was Commissaire special a la revitalisation et a la reindustrialisation des Hauts-de-France. Since December 2017, he has been the Chair of Mission REV3, an organization to promote the third industrial revolution in the Hauts-de-France region.

Timothy Yeo

Mr. Timothy Stephen Kenneth (Tim) Yeo has been Non-Executive Independent Director of Groupe Eurotunnel S.E. (GETLINK S.E. since June 20, 2007. He is Chairman of the Strategy and Sustainable Development Committee and the Corporate Committee and Member of the Ethics and Governance Committee, the Economic Regulations Monitoring Committee and the Energy Committee. He is a graduate from Cambridge University and was the Member of the House of Commons representing Suffolk South and Chairman of the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Select Committee from 1983-2015. He was government minister for the environment and rural affairs between 1990 and 1994, and a member of the shadow cabinet between 1998 and 2005, with roles including shadow Secretary for Trade and Industry and Transport and the Environment. He is chairman of Sheffield University Energy 2050 Industrial Advisory Board. He was Chairman of AFC Energy PLC and the founding chairman of The Children’s Trust, a charitable organization that has taken over the management of a hospital for disabled children.

Jean-Baptiste Roussille