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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Gerard Mestrallet

69 2008 Chairman of the Board

Jean-Louis Chaussade

66 2008 Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Director

Jean-Marc Boursier

50 2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Finance and Recycling and Recovery in Northern Europe (United Kingdom, Germany, Benelux and Sweden), Member of the Management Committee

Bertrand Camus

2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the Africa, Middle East, India, Asia and Australia- Pacific areas, Member of the Management Committee

Marie-Ange Debon

53 2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of France, Italy, and Central Europe; Member of the Management Committee

Jean-Yves Larrouturou

56 2016 Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Committee

Angel Simon Grimaldos

60 2018 Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Spain and the North America and Latin America areas, Member of the Management Committee

Isabelle Calvez

53 2017 Head of Group Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee

Christophe Cros

58 2017 Chairman of Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS), Member of the Management Committee

Denys Neymon

58 2015 Chief Executive Officer of Water and Waste Treatment Infrastructures Global Business Line, Member of the Management Committee

Frederique Raoult

52 2013 Group Director of Sustainable Development and Communications, Member of the Management Committee

Enric Amiguet I Rovira

49 2015 Director, Employee Representative

Valerie Bernis

59 2008 Director

Franck Bruel

56 2018 Director

Agatta Constantini

53 2014 Director, Employee Representative

Isidro Faine Casas

76 2014 Director

Judith Hartmann

49 2015 Director

Isabelle Kocher

51 2012 Director

Pierre Mongin

63 2016 Director

Guillaume Thivolle

59 2016 Director, Representing Employee Shareholders

Nicolas Bazire

61 2008 Independent Director

Francesco Caltagirone

49 2017 Independent Director

Miriem Chaqroun

55 2016 Independent Director

Lorenz d'Este

62 2008 Independent Director

Delphine Ernotte Cunci

51 2012 Independent Director

Anne Lauvergeon

58 2015 Independent Director

Guillaume Pepy

60 2008 Independent Director

Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet

58 2018 Independent Director

Sophie Lombard

2017 Director of Financial Communications

Biographies

Name Description

Gerard Mestrallet

Mr. Gerard Mestrallet has been the Chairman of the Board of SUEZ S.A. since July 23, 2008. He has been Director since December 5, 2007. He is Chairman of the Company's Strategy Committee. He is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole nationale d’administration. After occupying various positions in the Treasury Department and in the office of the Minister of Economics and Finance, Mr. J. Delors, in 1984 he joined Compagnie Financiere de SUEZ as a Project Manager. In 1986, he was appointed Executive Vice- President for industrial affairs. In 1991, Mr. Mestrallet was appointed Executive Director and Chairman of the Management Committee of Societe Generale de Belgique. In 1995, he became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Compagnie de SUEZ. He was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ (now ENGIE) following the merger between SUEZ and Gaz de France on July 22, 2008 until May 3, 2016, the date on which he became Chairman of the Board of Directors of ENGIE. Moreover, he is Chairman of the Paris EUROPLACE Association, Chairman of the Chongqing Mayor’s International Economic Advisory Council, a member of the Shanghai and Bejiing Mayor’s International Councils, and Honorary Doctorate from Cranfield University (UK). He is Chairman of the Board of ENGIE, Director of Societe Generale and Saudi Electricity Company.

Jean-Louis Chaussade

Mr. Jean-Louis Chaussade has been Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 23, 2008. He holds an Engineering degree from ESTP (1976) and a degree in Economics from Paris Sorbonne University (1976). He also graduated from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (1980) and completed the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School of Harvard University in 1988. He joined Degremont in 1978. In 1989, he became Chief Operating Officer of Degremont Spain, and in 1992, Managing Director of Dumez Copisa (Spain). Around that time, he was also appointed Director of Aguas de Barcelona. In 1997, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Lyonnaise des Eaux in South America and Appointed Managing Director of SUEZ South America. He subsequently became Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Degremont in 2000 and in 2004, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer of SUEZ and Executive Managing Director of Suez Environnement. Mr. Chaussade has been a member of the GDF SUEZ Management Board since May 1, 2011 and Director of Criteria Caixaholding S.A.U. since October 19, 2011. He co- chairs the France- China Committee, and also chairs the France-Algeria Council of Chief Executives within MEDEF International. He also chairs the “circular economy” group within AFEP. He is Director of Criteria Caixa SAU (Spain), Director of Kaufmann & Broad (France), Director of SUEZ Water Technologies and Solutions (France), Director of the Institute for Responsible Capitalism, Chairman of the Board of Directors of University of Technology of Compiegne and Chairman of the Board of Directors of SUEZ NWS Ltd (Hong Kong).

Jean-Marc Boursier

Mr. Jean-Marc Boursier has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Finance and Recycling and Recovery in Northern Europe (United Kingdom, Germany, Benelux and Sweden), Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since March 1, 2018. He has previously been Group Senior Executive Vice President in charge of Recycling & Recovery Europe, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since September 1, 2015. He served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Finance and Purchasing as well as Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Suez Environnement Company SA. He worked as a Statutory Auditor for Mazars in Paris and London between 1993 and 1999. He holds a civil engineering degree from Telecom SudParis and a master’s degree in international finance from Ecole des hautes etudes commerciales (HEC Paris). Mr. Boursier joined the SUEZ group in 1999 as financial controller for Sita France (now SUEZ RV France). He became Head of Financial Control for Sita (now SUEZ) in 2000, then Head of Financial Control and Mergers- Acquisitions for Sita (now SUEZ) in 2001, and finally Head of Planning and Control for SUEZ in 2002. He was appointed CFO of SUEZ in 2004 and then Deputy CEO in charge of Finance and Procurement and CEO of Safege, SUEZ’s consulting subsidiary, and has headed performance improvement plans starting in April 2013.

Bertrand Camus

Mr. Bertrand Camus has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the Africa, Middle East, India, Asia and Australia- Pacific areas, Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since 2018. He is a graduate of Ecole nationale des Ponts et Chaussees. Prior to joining the SUEZ group in 1994, he held various roles within the Project Financing division of BNP Paribas. He was Chief Operating Officer of the subsidiary Aguas Andinas from 2000 to 2006, then Director of Internal Audit at SUEZ. From 2008 to 2015, he was Chief Executive Officer of United Water and SUEZ North America, Member of the Executive Committee. In 2015, he was appointed Deputy CEO of the Water Europe division before being appointed Deputy CEO in charge of the Africa, Middle East, India, Asia and Australia- Pacific areas in 2018.

Marie-Ange Debon

Mrs. Marie-Ange Debon has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of France, Italy, and Central Europe; Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since March 19, 2018. She has previously been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of International activities, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since April 15, 2013. She served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of International activities and Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Suez Environnement Company SA. She was responsible for the Water and Waste Project Divisions, Information Systems, Risks/Investments, Insurance and Purchasing. She became the Secretary General and Head of Legal and Audit on June 1, 2008. She is a graduate of Hautes Etudes Commerciales and Ecole Nationale d’Administration, and holds a Master degree of Law. She is a member of the College of the Autorite des Marches Financiers, the French financial markets authority. From 1990 to 1994 she was a Magistrate at the Cour des Comptes, the French national accounting court. She then joined France 3 and was Managing Director then Deputy Managing Director in charge of Resources (Finance, Legal, IT, Production and Equipment). Then in November 1998, she joined the Thomson Group where she was Deputy Finance Director, and from July 2003 was General Secretary, responsible for Law, Insurance, Buildings, External Communication and Shareholders. She is a member of the College de l'Autorite des Marches Financiers (AMF, the French Financial Markets Authority). As of July 2010, she is a Director and Member of the Audit Committee of Technip. She has also been a member of the Board of the French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) from 2008 to 2014 and Chairwoman of the Corporate Law Committee of MEDEF from 2009 to 2013.

Jean-Yves Larrouturou

Mr. Jean-Yves Larrouturou is Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since April 20, 2016. He holds degrees from Ecole Centrale Paris and from Ecole nationale d’administration. He began his career in the French Administration and has held various positions in the Ministry of Economy and Finance. In 2003, he joined the France Telecom Orange group where he was General Secretary and Deputy CEO. On June 3, 2013 Jean- Yves Larrouturou was appointed General Secretary of the SUEZ group. In April 2016 he was appointed Deputy CEO at SUEZ in charge of a division that includes the General Secretariat, Sustainable Cities, SUEZ Consulting, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Markets and Key Accounts, Innovation and Industrial Performance, Procurement and Information Technology. Since March 1, 2018, he has also been in charge of Key Industrial Accounts.

Angel Simon Grimaldos

Mr. Angel Simon Grimaldos has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Spain and the North America and Latin America areas, Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since March 19, 2018. He has previously been Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the Water Europe business, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since April 15, 2013. He holds a degree in civil engineering (Ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos) from the Universidad Politecnica in Barcelona (1980) and an MBA from ESADE. From 1989 to 1995 he was Director of the Barcelona Urban Community. He joined Agbar in 1995 as the Group’s representative in Portugal before being appointed in 1998 as Chief Executive Officer of the International segment for the Water and Wastewater division. In 1999, he became Head of Aguas Andinas, SA in Chile, one of the largest wastewater companies in Latin America, which provides services to more than six million inhabitants of Santiago and its surrounding communities. In 2002, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Aguas de Barcelona and of the Water and Wastewater division of the Agbar group, before becoming Chief Executive Officer of the Agbar group in September 2004. Since June 2010, Angel Simon has served as Chairman of Aguas de Barcelona (Agbar).

Isabelle Calvez

Ms. Isabelle Calvez has been Head of Group Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since April 18, 2017. She is a graduate of Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris. She began her career at Thomson- CSF group (now Thales), where she worked both in Human Resources and in operations, where she was appointed Head of Strategy and International Cooperation for Electronic Warfare Communications Activities. In 2000, Isabelle Calvez joined the Canal+ group as Head of Human Resources of Canal+ Technologies and Head of Human Resources for the group. Then, in 2003, she was appointed Head of Human Resources France and Benelux for Accenture, and in 2007, Head of Group Human Resources for Groupama. In 2012, she was appointed Head of Human Resources for Carrefour France.

Christophe Cros

Mr. Christophe Cros has been Chairman of Water Technologies & Solutions (WTS), Member of the Management Committee at SUEZ S.A. since October 2017. He has previously been Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Finance, Group Senior Executive VP in charge of Finances and Purchasing, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since September 1, 2015. He served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of Waste Europe and Member of the Management Committee and Executive Committee of Suez Environnement Company SA. He was a magistrate at the Cour des Comptes (1985-1989), then Head of financial organization of the Centre National des Caisses d'Epargne. Mr. Cros studied at Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), and is a graduate of Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and holds a Master's degree in Economics from Universite de Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne. He joined the SUEZ Group in 1991, where he became Chief Financial and Treasury Officer in 1993. From 1995 to 1998, he was Chief Operating Officer then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Credisuez, the division covering all the Group’s real estate activities. Mr. Cros was appointed Chief Operating Officer of SITA in 1999, and took over all its European activities in 2002, Chief Operating Officer of SUEZ in 2004, and Chief Executive Officer of Sita France (now SUEZ RV France) in 2007. In April 2013, Christophe Cros was appointed Deputy CEO in charge of the Recycling and Recovery Europe segment.

Denys Neymon

Mr. Denys Neymon has been Chief Executive Officer of Water and Waste Treatment Infrastructures Global Business Line, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since September 1, 2015. He worked for 10 years in the construction industry (Bouygues Group) as Director of Human Resources. In 2002, Mr. Neymon joined the Group as the Director of Human Resources of Degremont. He has degrees in law (1983) and Human Resources (1984). In 2004, he was appointed Head of Human Resources of SUEZ.

Frederique Raoult

Ms. Frederique Raoult has been Group Director of Sustainable Development and Communications, Member of the Management Committee of SUEZ S.A. since April 15, 2013. She is a graduate of Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris and holds a Master’s degree in history. She has held a number of communication positions relating to the environment within the Group. In 1997, she joined Degremont as Director of Communications. Director of Communications at SUEZ since 2004, Frederique Raoult has been a member of the SUEZ Management Committee since January 1, 2009. In April 2013, Frederique Raoult was appointed Group Director of Sustainable Development and Communications.

Enric Amiguet I Rovira

Mr. Enric Xavier Amiguet I Rovira has been Director, Employee Representative of SUEZ S.A. since February 11, 2015. He was nominated by the European Works Council and is member of the Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee. He is a graduate of the Catalan School of Public Relations and of the ESIC Business and Marketing School. He also holds an Executive MBA from EADA Business School and participated in several training programs at IFA. He joined Aguas de Barcelona in 1996, where he has held various positions. He started out in the Office of the Chairman as in charge of Protocol, Public Relations and Press. In 2002, he joined the Safety Department, where he was responsible for customer relations. He then worked in the corporate marketing department, with a particular focus on digital and environmental matters. Since 2010, he has held project development roles within the Customer Management Department. He is currently developing projects at the Corporate Marketing Department of SUEZ Spain.

Valerie Bernis

Ms. Valerie Bernis has been Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 15, 2008. She is also Member of the Appointments and Governance Committee and of the Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee. She is a graduate of Institut Superieur de Gestion de Paris and Universite de Sciences Economiques in Limoges. She was a member of the minister’s office at the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Privatization (1986-1988), Director of Communications at Cerus (1988-1993), and the Communications and Press Officer at the French Prime Minister’s Office (1993-1995). Later, she was Director of Communications at Compagnie de SUEZ (1995-1997), Deputy Chief Financial Communication officer of the SUEZ Lyonnaise des Eaux group (1997-2001), Chairwoman and CEO of the television channel Paris Premiere (1999-2004), Deputy CEO, and member of the Executive Committee of SUEZ, in charge of Communications and Sustainable Development (2001- 2008). In July 2008, She became a member of the Executive Committee of GDF SUEZ in charge of Communications and Institutional Relations (2008-2011). Between 2011 and 2016, Valerie Bernis was a member of the General Management Committee and Deputy CEO of ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ) in charge of Communications, Marketing and Environmental and Corporate Responsibility. She has been the Vice-Chairwoman of the ENGIE Foundation since 2010. She is also Director of Atos, Director and Member of the Appointments Committee of Occitane International SA and Director of AROP.

Franck Bruel

Mr. Franck Bruel has been Director of SUEZ S.A. since May 17, 2018. Since December 2016, he is Executive Vice-President of ENGIE, member of the Executive Committee, and head of the France BtoB BU. Franck Bruel has experience in the services industry, both in France and abroad. He began his career at L’Oreal before joining the Pinault Distribution group, followed by the Samse group, where he held marketing and sales positions. In 2000, he joined Saint Gobain where he was successively appointed President of the Paris Region for the Point P group, Chief Executive Officer of Dahl in Sweden in 2004, and Chief Executive Officer of Point P in 2006. In 2010, he joined the family-owned group Sonepar as Chief Operating Director, before being appointed Chief Executive Officer of the group. He joined ENGIE in 2016.

Agatta Constantini

Ms. Agatta Constantini has been Director, Employee Representative of SUEZ S.A. since December 12, 2014. She is member of the Compensation Committee and the Strategy Committee. She holds a diploma in secretarial studies and communication. She joined Lyonnaise des Eaux in 1993 as a receptionist. She then became a switchboard operator. She participated in the creation of network scheduling in 1999 and held various positions there until 2007. She was appointed store manager in 2007 and senior purchasing technician in 2008. Agatta Constantini is currently a project manager at SUEZ.

Isidro Faine Casas

Mr. Isidro Faine Casas has been Director of SUEZ S.A. since 2014. He is also Member of the Strategy Committee of the Company. He has been Chairman of the Board of Trustees of La Caixa banking foundation and Chairman of Criteria Caixa. He holds a Doctorate in Economics, an International Senior Managers Program certificate in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and is a graduate in Senior Management from the IESE Business School. He is a member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Economics and Finance and the Spanish Royal Academy of Doctors. He began his professional career in the banking sector as Investment Manager for Banco Atlantico in 1964, and was appointed as General Manager of Banco de Asunción in Paraguay in 1969. He then returned to Barcelona, taking on various responsibilities in financial institutions: Director of Human Resources at “Banca Riva y Garcia” (1973), Advisor and Managing Director of Banca Jover (1974) and Managing Director of “Banco Union” (1978). In 1982, he joined La Caixa as Deputy CEO, subsequently taking on various other positions. In April 1991, he was appointed Executive Assistant Managing Director and then, in 1999, Chief Executive Officer of the bank, of which he served as Chairman from June 2007 to June 2014. Isidro Faine Casas is Chairman of Gas Natural, Vice Chairman of Telefonica and Director of The Bank of East Asia. He currently chairs Confederacion Espanola de Cajas de Ahorros (the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks) and is Chairman of the European Savings Banks Group (ESBG), as well as Vice- Chairman of the World Savings Banks Institute. He is also Chairman of Confederacion Espanola de Directivos y Ejecutivos (the Spanish Confederation of Directors and Executives), the Spanish section of the Club de Roma (Club of Rome) and of the Circulo Financiero (the Financial Circle). He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Prado National Museum and serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of “La Caixa” banking foundation, among others.

Judith Hartmann

Dr. Judith Hartmann has been Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 28, 2015. She is Member of the Audit and Financial Statements Committee. She received a Master’s in International Business Administration and a Doctorate in Economics from WU Vienna University of Business Administration & Economics. She began her career in 1993 at the Canadian Department of Transportation in Ottawa. In 1997, she joined the Finance Department at Walt Disney Europe in France. In 2000 she joined GE, where she worked in various positions over 12 years, first in Finance at GE Healthcare Europe in France and later at GE Healthcare headquarters in the US, before becoming CFO of a subsidiary of GE Healthcare in 2004 and of GE Water Europe, Middle- East & Africa (GE Energy) in Belgium (2007). She was appointed CFO in 2009 in Brazil, then Chief Executive Officer of GE Healthcare Latin America. In 2011, she became CFO of GE Germany. In 2012 she was appointed CFO and member of the Management Committee of the German group Bertelsmann and non- executive Director of the RTL Group, and was a member of the Board of Directors of Penguin Random House LLC and Gruner & Jahr AG & Co KG until the end of 2014. In 2015, she joined ENGIE as Deputy CEO in charge of Finance. Then, in 2016, she was appointed Deputy CEO of ENGIE in charge of Finance and oversight of the North America and United Kingdom BUs. She is also a non- executive Director at Unilever.

Isabelle Kocher

Ms. Isabelle Kocher has been a Director at SUEZ S.A. since February 7, 2012. She was CEO of Lyonnaise des Eaux, Member of the Executive Committee until October 1, 2011. She is also Member of the Strategy Committee of the Company. She is a graduate of Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS- Ulm) and a member of Corps des Mines. In 1997, she was appointed Budget Officer for Telecommunications and Defense at the French Ministry of the Economy. She was Industrial Affairs Advisor to the French Prime Minister’s Office between 1999 and 2002. In 2002, she joined the SUEZ group, where she held various positions (from 2002 to 2005 in the Strategy and Development Department; from 2005 to 2007 as Director of Performance and Organization; from 2007 to 2008 as Deputy Chief Operating Officer of Lyonnaise des Eaux; from 2009 to October 2011 as Chief Executive Officer of Lyonnaise des Eaux, in charge of water development in Europe). She was Deputy CEO of ENGIE in charge of Finance from October 2011 to November 2014. Isabelle Kocher was then appointed as Chief Operating Officer and Director of ENGIE. She has been Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE since May 3, 2016. She is also Chairwoman of Electrabel (Belgium), Director of Axa and of the ENGIE Foundation.

Pierre Mongin

Mr. Pierre Mongin has been Director of SUEZ S.A. since February 2, 2016. He is Member of the Compensation Committee. He holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Paris I, as well as degrees from Institut d’etudes politiques de Paris and from Ecole nationale d’administration (Voltaire Class). In 1980, he held the position of Deputy Prefect in the Ain, Ariege and Yvelines departments. He became a technical advisor for the National Police in the French Interior Affairs Ministry in 1984, and then advisor to the Interior Affairs Minister for local authorities, and finally Chief of Staff to the deputy minister for local authorities. He was in charge of administrative and financial affairs and relations with the Paris Council at the Paris Prefecture of Police from 1988 to 1993. In 1993, he became Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Edouard Balladur and Advisor for French Overseas Departments and Territories. In April 1993 he was appointed Prefect, first in the Eure- et- Loir, then in the Vaucluse, and from 1995 to 2004, Prefect of the Auvergne region and Prefect in the Puy de Dome, where he was appointed Chief of Staff to the Minister of the Interior, and then in 2005 Chief of Staff to the French Prime Minister. From 2006 to 2015, he was Chairman and CEO of RATP (the Paris area transportation company). He has been Deputy CEO and General Secretary of ENGIE since July 1, 2015. He is Director of ENGIE Energie Services, of the ENGIE Foundation (France) and Electrabel (Belgium), Director of CMA- CGM Member of the Steering Council for the Chambord estate.

Guillaume Thivolle

Mr. Guillaume Thivolle has been Director, Representing Employee Shareholders of SUEZ S.A. since April 28, 2016. He is also member of the Audit and Financial Statements Committee. He holds a diploma from Ecole Superieure d’Administration des Entreprises (Paris), and has worked in several industrial groups: Pernod Ricard, Grosfillex and Alcatel, before joining the Environment sector, first with GLS and later with the IRH Ingenieur Conseil group. He joined the teams at Degremont in January 2011 and was then appointed, within the SUEZ group, in charge of the Water Treatment Services Development Division. He is now a Project Director in the SUEZ group’s Human Resources Department.

Nicolas Bazire

Mr. Nicolas Bazire has served as Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 15, 2008. He is a Member of the Audit and Financial Statements Committee, the Appointments and Governance Committee and the Strategy Committee. He is a graduate of Ecole Navale, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and Ecole Nationale d’Administration. He was a Public Auditor and held senior positions within the French State Audit Office (Cour des Comptes). In 1993, he became Chief of Staff of the French Prime Minister. He was then Associate-Manager of Rothschild & Cie Banque from 1995 to 1999 and then Chairman of the Partners’ Board after that. Mr. Bazire has been Chief Executive Officer of Groupe Arnault SAS since 1999. He holds other mandates, including Director of LVMH Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton and Atos, among others.

Francesco Caltagirone

Mr. Francesco Caltagirone, Jr. has been Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since February 28, 2017. He is also Member of the Strategy Committee. He began working in family’s company at the age of 20. After 6 years of experience in the building sector, he joined the Cementir group in 1995. The company operates in the cement sector (specifically in the production and distribution of gray and white cement, ready- mix concrete, aggregates and concrete products) and also in waste management. He worked his way up in the group and in 1996, at the age of 27, he became its Chairman and CEO. Over the last 20 years Francesco Caltagirone Jr has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Cementir group, showing deep knowledge and extensive experience in the cement and recycling sectors. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Caltagirone SpA (Italy), Chief Executive Office of Aalborg Portland Holding A.S (Denmark) and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cementir Holding SpA.

Miriem Chaqroun

Ms. Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun has been Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since April 28, 2016. She serves as Vice-Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Eaux Minerales d’Oulmes, Director of Holmarcom, Director and Chairwoman of the Audit Committee of Bank Al Maghrib (the Moroccan Central Bank), among others. She received an MBA in International Management and Finance from the University of Dallas / Texas (USA) in 1986. She held various positions at Societe Marocaine de Depot et de Credit from 1986 to 1989, before joining the Holmarcom group (the family holding Company) in 1990. She is currently Vice- Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Eaux Minerales d’Oulmes. Since 2012, she has also been Chairwoman of the Confederation Generale des Entreprises du Maroc, Morocco’s employers’ association.

Lorenz d'Este

Mr. Lorenz d'Este has been an Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 15, 2008. He is also Chairman of the Compensation Committee, member of the Appointments and Governance Committee and the Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee. After his studies at the University of Saint Gallen in Switzerland, he subsequently obtained a Master’s degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Lorenz d’Este joined the Swiss bank E. Gutzwiller & Cie in 1983, first as a banking executive and then as a Director. He became Managing Partner at E. Gutzwiller & Cie, Banquiers in 1990. He is also a Director of Six Group in Switzerland.

Delphine Ernotte Cunci

Ms. Delphine Ernotte Cunci has been an Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since May 24, 2012. She is Chairwoman of the Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee and Member of the Audit and Financial Statements Committee. She is a graduate of Ecole Centrale de Paris. Ms. Ernotte Cunci joined the France Telecom group in 1989 in various operational roles throughout the group, particularly in research and development. Delphine Ernotte Cunci then pursued her career with commercial management responsibilities, as Director of the Distribution Agency and Centre Val- de- Loire Regional Director, before becoming Director of Communications and of Sponsoring for France. From 2010 to August 2014, she was Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the France Telecom / Orange Group and Executive Director of Orange France in charge of operations for the France Telecom Group in France. She has been Chairwoman of France Televisions since August 22, 2015. She is also Member of the Board of Directors of the Ecole Centrale de Paris and of Le Cent- Quatre, a cultural institution Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Photographie in Arles.

Anne Lauvergeon

Ms. Anne L. Lauvergeon is Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since 2015. Since October 29, 2014, she serves as Director at the Company. She serves as Chairwoman of the Appointments and Governance Committee and member of the Compensation Committee. She is a Chief Engineer from Ecole des Mines, a former student of Ecole Normale Superieure, and also has a degree in Physics. She started her career in 1983 in the steel industry at Usinor. In 1984, she was tasked with chemical safety- related issues in Europe for the Commissariat r l’Energie Atomique (CEA), the French nuclear energy authority. From 1985 to 1988, she was in charge of subsoil administration in Ile- de- France. In 1988, she was appointed Deputy Department Head at the Conseil General des Mines. In 1990, Ms. Lauvergeon was appointed Special Assistant for International Economy and Trade to the President of France, and in 1991 she was named Deputy Chief of Staff and Representative to the President of France for the organization of international summits (G7 / G8). In 1995, she joined Lazard Freres as Managing Partner. In March 1997, Anne Lauvergeon joined the Alcatel group as Deputy CEO of Alcatel Telecom. She joined the Executive Committee of the Alcatel group in 1998. She supervised the group’s international activities and was in charge of the Group Shareholdings in the Defense, Energy, Transportation and Nuclear Power sectors (Thomson, CSF, Alstom, Framatome). From June 1999 to July 2011, Ms. Lauvergeon was appointed Chairwoman and Chief Executive Director of COGEMA (now Areva NC). She founded Areva in June 2001. She was Chairwoman of the Board of the Areva group from July 2001 to June 2011. Since 2011, Anne Lauvergeon has been the Chair of ALP SA, a consultancy services firm. In 2013, Anne Lauvergeon was appointed Chairwoman of the Innovation Commission 2030. In 2014, she was Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Sigfox. From 2015 to 2017, she was Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of BoostHeat. She is Director at American Express, among others.

Guillaume Pepy

Mr. Guillaume Pepy has been an Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since July 15, 2008. He is Chairman of the Audit and Financial Statements Committee and Member of the Strategy Committee. He studied at Ecole nationale d’administration and is a Legal Advisor at the Conseil d’Etat (France’s highest administrative court). Guillaume Pepy has held various roles at SNCF (Director of Main Lines, then Investment, Economy and Strategy Director, and since 2003 Chief Executive Officer) and in ministerial offices (technical advisor to the office of Michel Charasse, then Chief of Staff for Michel Durafour and Chief of Staff for Martine Aubry). Since February 26, 2008, Guillaume Pepy has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and subsequently, Chairman of the Management Board of SNCF (French Railways). He is Chairman of the Management Board of SNCF Chairman and CEO of SNCF Mobilites and Member of the Supervisory Board of Systra.

Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet

Ms. Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet has been Independent Director of SUEZ S.A. since May 17, 2018. She is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and holds a Master’s in History from the Faculty of Human Sciences at Reims University. In 1984, she was appointed Advertising Manager at Publicis, before joining the Marketing department within the Taittinger Group in 1988, where she was in charge of industrial and hotel companies. From 1991 to 2012, she was Chairwoman and CEO of the perfume company Annick Goutal. From 1995 to 2015, she was also Vice-President of Baccarat. Between 2013 and 2017, she was Director of Strategy and Development at Sciences Po Paris. She has been also a Director of HSBC France since 2008, of the Centre Pompidou since 2013 and of Fnac Darty since 2014.

Sophie Lombard