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Dopuszczając do obrotu swoje akcje na paryskiej giełdzie NYSE Euronext w grudniu 2005, Eutelsat Communications wdrożył procedury kontroli wewnętrznej, mające zapobiegać lub zmniejszać ryzyko, jakie niesie za sobą prowadzenie działalności gospodarczej, ale także ryzyko księgowe i finansowe, wynikające z przepisów ustawowych i wykonawczych, mających zastosowanie do spółek widniejących w indeksie giełdy.
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Chaired by Dominique d'Hinnin, the Eutelsat Communications Board of Directors is made up of 10 members, 50% of whom are women, 70% of whom are independent Directors and 30% of whom are non-French.
A seat of Board censeur is occupied permanently by the Executive Secretary of the EUTELSAT Intergovernmental Organization. Two representatives of the Social and Economic Committee (CSE) of the Company’s operating subsidiary, Eutelsat S.A., participate in Board meetings as observers.
Selected for their knowledge, integrity, independent spirit and their determination to serve the interests of all shareholders, Board members reflect a diverse range of experience, nationalities and cultures. They are committed to vigilant corporate governance, best practices, risk management and compliance with commitments.

* Independent Directors

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Dominique d'Hinnin*

Chairman of the Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Chairman of the Compensation Committee
Member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee
Member of the Nomination and Governance Committee

 

Dominique D'Hinnin was appointed independent Chairman of Eutelsat Communications S.A. on November 8, 2017 and has been a member of the Board since November 4, 2016.

Dominique D’Hinnin is a graduate of the École normale supérieure and a former Inspecteur des finances. He spent much of his career at the Lagardère Group where he joined in 1990 as an advisor to Philippe Camus. He was then appointed Director of Internal Audit and CFO of Hachette Livre in 1993, and in 1994, Executive Vice President of Grolier, Inc. (Connecticut, USA). He was Lagardère CFO from 1998 to 2009, and Lagardère SCA Co-managing Partner from 2009 to 2016. He is a former Board Member of Airbus and Canal+ and former Advisory Board Member of PricewaterhouseCoopers France.

Dominique D’Hinnin is currently also Board Member of the Spanish media company PRISA, of the French Company Edenred, of the French company Technicolor and of the Belgian distribution company Louis Delhaize SA.

Dominique D’Hinnin, born on August 4, 1959, is a French national.

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Rodolphe Belmer

Chief Executive Officer

Rodolphe Belmer joined Eutelsat on December 1, 2015 as Deputy CEO. He was appointed CEO on March 1, 2016 and Board Member on November 4, 2016.

Rodolphe Belmer, a graduate of France’s HEC business school, began his career in the marketing department of Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998.

 In 2001, he joined the Canal+ Group and was appointed Head of Marketing and Strategy in 2002. From 2003, he oversaw the editorial division of the group, initially as CEO of Canal+, and from 2006, as Head of all pay-TV channels. He led the group’s diversification into free-to-air television in 2011, notably through the acquisition and relaunch of D8 and D17, before being appointed as CEO of the Canal+ Group in 2012.

Rodolphe Belmer is currently also independent Board Member of Netflix, as well as Chairman of Séries Mania.

Rodolphe Belmer, born on August 21, 1969, is a French national.

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Bpifrance, represented by Stéphanie Frachet

Board Member

Bpifrance Participations (since July 12, 2013, formerly Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement – FSI) is currently represented by Stéphanie Frachet, Managing Director and Executive Committee member of Bpifrance Capital Development since 2017.  She joined Bpifrance in 2009and has eighteen years of experience in finance and private equity.

Stéphanie Frachet is a graduate of ESSEC Business School. From 2001 to 2007, she was in charge of audit missions and Transaction Services, at Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers respectively, working on Mergers & Acquisitions and LBO transactions. In 2007, she joined Société Générale's Leverage Finance team where she was in charge of the financing for LBO transactions for mid-caps and large groups. Previously, she was a permanent representative of Bpifrance at Sarenza and Cylande, censeur at Verallia and Carso as well as an independent Board Member at Eurosic.

Stéphanie Frachet is currently also a Board Member at Valeo, Eutelsat, Constellium (NYSE-listed company), Sulo (formerly Plastic Omnium Environnement) and Sabena technics. She sits as a censeur on the Board of Paprec.

Stéphanie Frachet, born on May 17, 1977, is a French national.

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FSP*, represented by Agnès Audier

Board Member
Board Member
Member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee
Member of the Compensation Committee

 

Fonds Stratégique de Participations (FSP) is a long-term equity investor in French companies, backed by six major French insurance companies (BNP Paribas Cardif, CNP Assurances, Crédit Agricole Assurances through its subsidiary Predica, Sogécap (Société Générale Group), Groupama et Natixis Assurances).

FSP is currently represented by Agnès Audier.

Agnès Audier is a former student of École normale supérieure, an Engineer (Ingénieure en chef du Corps des Mines), a scientist by training and a graduate of SciencesPo. From 1993 to 1995, she was technical advisor to the Minister of Social Affairs of Health and the Urban Policy, Ms Simone Veil. From 1995 to 1997, she was Head of the Private Office for the Minister of Small Businesses and Retail, Mr Jean‑Pierre Raffarin who was subsequently appointed as Prime Minister. From 1997 to 2001, she was Senior Vice President for Strategy and Business Development for the Générale des Eaux Group (which became Vivendi and then Vivendi Universal) and Secretary of the Executive Committee of Vivendi Group. She was then appointed CEO of VivendiNet, Vivendi Universal’s Internet and Technology Division. From 2003 to 2006, she was Executive Vice President and Chief Performance Officer for Havas Group, a leading global advertising and communications group. In 2007, she joined BCG (Boston Consulting group) where she was member of the Western Europe and Latin America Management Committee and was elected Partner and Managing Director in 2008.

Agnès Audier is currently also, since October 2019, an independent consultant on issues of digital transformation and data and Senior Advisor at BCG.

Agnès Audier, born November 3, 1964, is a French national.

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Paul-François Fournier

Board Member
Board Member
Member of the Compensation Committee

 

Paul-François Fournier is currently, since April 2013, Director of Innovation and Executive Committee Member of the Banque Publique d’Investissement (Bpifrance).

Paul-François Fournier spent nearly 20 years at Group Orange. A graduate of Telecom ParisTech, he began his career at France Télécom Orange in 1994 as a business engineer in the France Business sector. After seven years working in the development of corporate services, in 2001, he became Broadband Director of Wanadoo where he ensured the take-off of ADSL offers in France, which rose from a few thousand customers in 2001 to more than 3 million by the end of 2004, then internationally as a member of the Executive Board of the Wanadoo Group. He then oversaw strategic projects like the launch of Livebox and Voice Over IP, in partnership with the French start-ups Inventel and Netcentrex. In addition to his experience in the field of internet services and partnerships (he was, for instance, the architect of the acquisition by Orange of Dailymotion and Cityvox, as well as partnership agreements between Orange and Microsoft, Google and Facebook), he has excellent operational knowledge of marketing innovation. He was, from 2011, Executive Director of Orange’s Technocentre, in charge of product innovation (Box, Cloud, etc.), where he radically transformed the organization to a more regional and decentralized approach (creating the Technocentres in Amman and Abidjan).

Paul-François Fournier, born March 15, 1968, is a French national.

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Esther Gaide*

Board Member
Board Member
Chair of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee

 

Esther Gaide is currently, since March 2018, Chief Financial Officer of the Elior Group.

Esther Gaide, a graduate of ESSEC and a chartered accountant, began her career in 1983 in the external audit departments of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Paris and London and then with Deloitte in Paris and the USA. In 1994, she joined Bolloré Group as Group Internal Audit Director where she set up the internal audit department participating in the reorganization of the maritime department and the takeover of the Rivaud Group. Between 1996 and 2006, she successively held the positions of CFO of the Bolloré Logistics Division, CFO of the Bolloré Africa Logistics Division and ultimately Group Director of Controlling, in charge of the accounting, consolidation and control. In 2006, she joined Havas to then become Deputy CFO and HR Director. In 2011, she joined Technicolor (ex-Thomson) as Group Director of Controlling supervising accounting, consolidation and control. In 2012, she was appointed Deputy CFO before becoming, in 2015, CFO and member of the Executive Committee of Technicolor.

Esther Gaide, born September 6, 1961, is a French national.

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Ana Garcia Fau*

Board Member
Board Member
Member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee

 

Ana Garcia Fau was Chair of the Eutelsat’s Board of Directors Compensation Committee until November 2020.

Ana Garcia Fau is a graduate of Economics, Business Administration (Finance) and Law from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE), Madrid and holds an MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, USA.  She began her career at McKinsey & Co. in Madrid and then at the M&A division of Goldman Sachs in London. She built up her career at the Telefonica Group, serving as Chief Corporate Development Officer and Chief Financial Officer at TPI-Paginas Amarillas, from 1997 until 2006. She was responsible for the international expansion of the company, business development and strategy, while also holding Board positions at several subsidiaries. From 2006 to 2014, she was CEO of Yell for Spain and Latin America, later expanding her role to the U.S. Hispanic market, based in Houston, Texas. In 2013, she was appointed Chief Global Strategy Officer of Hibu (former Yell Group) responsible for partnerships and the digital strategy.

She is a former Board Member at Paris-based Technicolor, a technology provider to the media industry (2016-2020) and of Renovalia Energy Group, a renewable energy company (2016-2020), a former Professional Advisory Board Member of ESADE Business School in Madrid (2012-2013) and formerly on the Board of Trustees of several foundations in Spain (2010-2016).

Ana Garcia Fau is also currently the Chair of the Board Directors of Finerge, a Portuguese renewable energy company owned by First State (since 2020) and a Board Member at Merlin properties Socimi, a leading Spanish REIT (since 2014), at Gestamp, a listed Spanish car component manufacturer (since 2017), at Globalvía, a Spanish infrastructure company (since 2017) and at Euskaltel SA, a Spanish telecom company (since 2020). Furthermore, she is on the Global and International Boards of DLA Piper, a global law firm, (since 2017) chairing its Audit Committee. She is also on the Advisory Boards of Salesforce.com for the EMEA region and of Mutualidad de la Abogacía in Spain (both since 2020).

Ana Garcia Fau, born November 3, 1968, is a Spanish national.

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Cynthia Gordon*

Board Member
Board Member
Member of the Nomination and Governance Committee

 

Cynthia Gordon, a graduate in Business Studies from the University of Brighton, began her career at Unilever and Lloyds Bank before developing her experience in the telecom sector. She is former Chief Marketing Officer and Management Board member at MTS, a leading mobile operator in Russia and the CIS area with over 100 million subscribers. She spent 10 years at Orange - France Telecom where she held the positions of VP Business Marketing and VP Partnerships & Emerging Markets, during which she led negotiations with Apple. She is former Group Chief Commercial Officer at Ooredoo Group operating across MENA and Asia, former CEO of Millicom Africa, a telecom and media company with over 51 million customers in Africa and Latin America and former Board Member of Kinnivik AB.

Cynthia Gordon is also currently Chair of the Board of Directors of Global Fashion Group (e-commerce fashion retailer) and Board Member of Tele2 (telephone operator in the Nordic and Baltic countries), of Bayport (retail financial services in Africa and Latam) and of BIMA Mobile (micro-insurance and health services).

Cynthia Gordon, born on 17 November 1962, is a British national.

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Didier Leroy*

Board Member
Board Member
Member of the Compensation Committee

 

Didier Leroy is a recognized expert in the automotive industry.

Didier Leroy, an engineering graduate from l’école Supérieure des Sciences et Technologies de l'Ingénieur de Nancy, began his career at Renault in 1982. In 1992, he was appointed General Manager at the Douai plant and, in 1996, Deputy Director of the Renault Le Mans plant before leading a cross-functional business reform project team, reporting directly to Carlos Ghosn. In 1998, he joined Toyota to start up the new French plant, Toyota Motor Manufacturing France in Valenciennes, as Vice President. He was appointed President of the plant in 2005 and started leading initiatives at the European level in 2007. In 2010, he became President and CEO of Toyota Motor Europe, Toyota’s European headquarters for Sales, After-Sales, R&D, Engineering and Manufacturing. In 2015, he became the first non-Japanese Executive Vice President and Member of the Board of Directors of Toyota Motor Corp., double-capping as President of one of the two operational units of the company at global level, covering all the operations in North America and Europe as well as the Japan sales and after-sales operations. In 2016, he also became the company’s global Chief Competitive Officer. In 2017, his role expanded to cover the entire overseas operations, including emerging markets. In July 2020, he retired from this position and became Advisor to the CEO of Toyota Motor Corp. He remains Board Member at Toyota Motor Corp. and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Toyota Motor Europe.

Didier Leroy, born on December 26, 1957, is a French national.

 

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Ross McInnes*

Board Member
Board Member
Chairman of the Nomination and Governance Committee
Member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee

 

Ross McInnes, a graduate of Oxford University, began his career in 1977 at Kleinwort Benson Bank in London and then in Rio de Janeiro. In 1980, he joined the Corporate Finance arm of Continental Bank (now Bank of America) where he held several positions as Vice-President, working in Chicago and then Paris. In 1989, he moved to the industrial sector, notably Eridania Beghin-Say where he became CFO in 1991 and later member of the Board of Directors in 1999. The following year, he moved to Thomson-CSF (now Thales) as Executive Vice-President and CFO, playing a major role in the group’s transformation. In 2005, he was appointed Senior Vice-President of Finance and Strategy for the PPR Group (now Kering) before joining the Supervisory Board of Générale de Santé in 2006. He served as interim Chairman of the Management Board of Générale de Santé from March to June 2007. He then served as Vice-Chairman of Macquarie Capital Europe, a company specialized in infrastructure investments.

In March 2009, Ross McInnes joined the Safran Group and became Executive Vice President of Economics and Finance in June 2009. He served as member of the Management Board between July 2009 and April 2011. In April 2011, he became Deputy CEO in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs at Safran. Since April 2015, he is Chairman of the Board of Safran.
He is a former member of the High Committee for Corporate Governance (which monitors the application of the French Corporate Governance Code for Listed Companies) (2016-2019) and former Board Member at Lectra (2018-2020). In October 2017, the French Prime Minister appointed him as Co-Chair of the “Action Publique 2022” Committee on public policy reforms, mission since concluded.

Additionally, since February 2015, Ross McInnes is Special Representative for Economic Relations with Australia, appointed by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development as part of France’s economic diplomacy. In February 2017, he joined SICOM, the general partner of Vivescia Industries, as a “qualified person”. In January 2018, he joined the IFRS Foundation, which oversees the work of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), as Trustee and Board Member. In October 2018, the French Prime Minister entrusted him with the mission to promote France to non-financial companies doing business in the UK. Since May 2018, he is and member of the Audit Committee at Engie, Chairman of its Committee on Ethics, the Environment and Sustainable Development and member of its Strategy, Investments and Technology Committee since May 2019.

Ross McInnes, born on March 8, 1954, is a French and Australian national.

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Piotr Dmochowski-Lipski

“Censeur” & Executive Secretary of EUTELSAT IGO
“Censeur” & Executive Secretary of EUTELSAT IGO

 

Piotr Dmochowski-Lipski is the Executive Secretary of the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization, EUTELSAT IGO, an intergovernmental organization headquartered in Paris. In March 2021, the Assembly of Parties of EUTELSAT IGO reelected Mr. Piotr Dmochowski-Lipski of Poland to the post of Executive Secretary for a second four-year term beginning on July 2, 2021. In February 2018, he was appointed Commissioner of the United Nation’s Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development.

He started his career as a journalist for Radio Free Europe in New York, followed by work as a consultant for Coopers and Lybrand in Boston and Manager at KPMG in Washington. Since then he has worked internationally in senior management positions in financial services, media, telecommunications and government services. Immediately prior to assuming his post at the head of EUTELSAT IGO, he was the CEO of PCG Polska, a subsidiary of Boston-based Public Consulting Group, Inc. His other experiences include positions as CFO of Polska Telewizja Kablowa (today UPC Poland), CFO of TVP S.A. – Poland’s National Public Television and Director General of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Piotr Dmochowski-Lipski also represented the Polish Government at the European Space Agency (ESA) in Paris, the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (ITSO) in Washington as well as the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Program Board of the European Commission in Brussels. He has also served on several corporate boards of private and public corporations and completed a course for non-executive corporate directors at Stanford University. He holds a Masters in Public Administration degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and an MBA with honors from Boston University.

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Członkowie Komitetu Wykonawczego Eutelsat określają i prowadzą strategię Grupy, której główne założenia podlegają nadzorowi Zarządu.

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Rodolphe Belmer

Chief Executive Officer

Rodolphe Belmer joined Eutelsat on December 1, 2015 as Deputy CEO. He was appointed CEO on March 1, 2016 and Board Member on November 4, 2016.

Rodolphe Belmer, a graduate of France’s HEC business school, began his career in the marketing department of Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998.

 In 2001, he joined the Canal+ Group and was appointed Head of Marketing and Strategy in 2002. From 2003, he oversaw the editorial division of the group, initially as CEO of Canal+, and from 2006, as Head of all pay-TV channels. He led the group’s diversification into free-to-air television in 2011, notably through the acquisition and relaunch of D8 and D17, before being appointed as CEO of the Canal+ Group in 2012.

Rodolphe Belmer is currently also independent Board Member of Netflix, as well as Chairman of Séries Mania.

Rodolphe Belmer, born on August 21, 1969, is a French national.

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Michel Azibert

Deputy CEO

Michel Azibert joined Eutelsat in September 2011 as Deputy CEO.

From 1982 to 1989 he worked at the French State Council (Conseil d'État), before joining TDF where his appointments included Development and International director and Group Deputy CEO.

Michel is a French national and a graduate of the École Centrale de Paris and France’s National School of Administration (ENA - Ecole Nationale d’Administration).

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Julie Burguburu

Company Secretary of the Group

Julie Burguburu joined Eutelsat as Company Secretary of the Group and a member of the Executive Committee, in March 2019.

Before joining Eutelsat, as a senior counsel member (“maître de requêtes”) to the French Conseil d'Etat, Julie Burguburu was a State rapporteur to the Administrative Litigation Division. She has held several top management positions in the French State administration. From 2014 to 2016, she was Deputy Chief-of-Staff to Claude Bartolone, President of France’s National Assembly, then from 2016 to 2017, to Bernard Cazeneuve, in his role of Interior Minister and then Prime Minister.

Julie previously spent four years in Shanghai, China, where she was Vice-President of Veolia China, with the responsibility of transforming the company. In particular, she steered the reorganization of the Chinese and Japanese structures as well as the merger of Veolia's water and waste management entities in China. Prior to that, she had served seven years at the French Conseil d'Etat from 2003 to 2010.

A French national, Julie Burguburu is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale d'Administration and Sciences Po Paris. A member of the Young Leaders of the France-China Foundation and an auditor with the IHEDN, she also holds a Diploma of Advanced Studies (French DEA) in general private law (from Paris I Panthéon-Assas University) and a Master of Arts in international relations and international economics from the School of Advanced International Studies (Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC).

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Jean-Hubert Lenotte

Chief Strategy and Resources Officer

Jean-Hubert Lenotte joined Eutelsat in September 2013, as the Group’s Director of Strategy, and became a member of the Executive Committee in 2016 as Director of Strategy and Strategic Marketing.

In June 2019, he also took charge of the Deployment Department and is responsible for Eutelsat’s satellite fleet, frequency management and resource planning. This newly revamped department is now known as the Strategy and Resources Department.

Jean-Hubert began his career at Bouygues where he was notably part of the project team that created Bouygues Telecom in 1994. He joined McKinsey & Company in Paris in 1997 and was elected Partner in 2004. In 2009, he headed the Consumer Service Line of McKinsey & Company in the global telecommunications, media and technology practice.

A Belgian national, he is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and holds a Masters degree in Economy and Finance from the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris.

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Philippe Oliva

Chief Commercial Officer

Philippe Oliva began his career as a consultant in the consultancy firm CIMAD, before joining IBM in 1999, where he held several senior positions. These included head of Business Services France, then Vice President of the services offered by the Technological Infrastructure Department.

He also coordinated the launch of the Cloud business and Hybrid Cloud services in France, then in the United States, where he spent several years.

Before joining Eutelsat in September 2018, he held the position of Vice President in charge of strategic accounts at IBM.

Philippe is a French national and a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure des Ingénieurs Commerciaux.

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Sandrine Téran

Chief Financial and IT Officer

Sandrine Téran was formerly Managing Director of Louis Dreyfus Holding (based in the Netherlands) and has occupied other key executive positions in the Louis Dreyfus Group during the past eight years, notably Global Head of tax and Corporate Secretary, and subsequently Global CFO of Louis Dreyfus Company.

From 2000 to 2008 she was head of taxation, corporate finance and internal audit at Eutelsat, contributing to significant structural changes including the privatisation in 2001 and the IPO in 2005.

She began her career at Ipsen as risk manager in charge of tax and insurance before joining Euro Disney where she was Head of tax. Sandrine is a finance and tax graduate from Paris Dauphine University.

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