Fnac Darty is directed by an executive committee containing 13 members. Its function is to define the main strategic outlines of the group and their impacts on financial and management equilibria.
With a degree in Economics and having graduated from the IESE Business School in Madrid, Enrique Martinez started his career at Toys’R Us. In 1998, he joined Groupe Fnac tasked with establishing and developing the brand in Portugal. He then held various positions within the Group in both Spain and Portugal. In 2004, he joined the Executive Committee as CEO for the Iberian region. In 2012, he was invited to France to head up the France and Northern Europe region (France, Belgium and Switzerland). In 19 years, Enrique Martinez has contributed significantly to Groupe Fnac's growth. Since July 2016, he was entrusted with overseeing the efforts to integrate the Fnac and Darty brands in France, which, in a matter of months, would result in the creation of the first synergies between the two brands.
He has been Chief Executive Officer of Fnac Darty since July 2017.
Annabel Chaussat has been Managing Director of Fnac Spain since March 2021. As such, she will also coordinate the shared services of the Iberian Peninsula. A graduate of the EDHEC Business School in Lille, Annabel has over 20 years’ experience in B2C retail. She began her career at the Printemps Group. From 2008 to 2012, she was Director of Customer and Internet Marketing at Lapeyre (Saint-Gobain Group) and then Director of Marketing, Communication and Digital from 2012 to 2015. In 2015, Annabel joined the Morgan Group (Beaumanoir group) as Director of Marketing, Digital and Operations. In 2018, she joined Fnac Darty as Director of Marketing and E-Commerce until spring 2021.
- Charles-Henri de MaleissyeChief Executive Officer of Fnac Vanden Borre in Belgium
Charles-Henri de Maleissye is CEO of Fnac Vanden Borre in Belgium and also manages operations in Luxembourg.
He has an MBA from the Sorbonne and is a graduate of the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises de Paris (IAE - Sorbonne Business School), Charles-Henri de Maleissye joined Vanden Borre in 2008 as Commercial Director in charge of the multi-channel commercial approach and procurement. Previously, he had worked for 13 years at Groupe Darty, where he worked in several capacities. These included developing procurement in Asia, in addition to several product categories throughout Europe. In February 2015 he was appointed CEO of Vanden Borre, one of the main domestic appliance distributors in Belgium, which successfully developed the Darty concept.
- Anne-Laure FeldkircherExecutive Director of Transformation and Strategy
Anne-Laure Feldkircher is Executive Director of Group Transformation and Strategy, in charge of managing transformation and implementation of the strategic plan, as well as indirect purchasing, the performance plan and ticketing activities.
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris and ESSEC Business School, Anne-Laure Feldkircher began her career in 2009 as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. In 2013, she joined the Strategy department of Maison Hermès, then that of the Casino Group. From 2015 to 2017, she was actively involved in the reorganization of a Casino Group Business Unit as Director of Strategy, and also led the store’s Concept and Organization divisions. In January 2018, she joined Fnac Darty.
- Tiffany FoucaultDirector of Human Resources
With a post-graduate degree (M.Phil) and a Master’s degree in corporate law, Tiffany Foucault began her career in 2001, successively holding positions as HR Manager and HR Project Manager in groups such as Coca-Cola Company and GE Healthcare. In 2013, she joined the BIC Group where she held various HR positions. Initially, she developed and redefined the HR strategy and organization for European distribution subsidiaries and set up a structuring program for developing sales and customer service skills to improve performance. More recently, Tiffany has played a key role in the transformation of the BIC Group, contributing in particular to the creation of the Supply Chain department, on a global level, for all product categories.
- François GazuitOperations Director
François Gazuit is Operations Director, responsible for managing the Fnac and Darty integrated and franchised stores. He also coordinates Fnac’s activities in Switzerland.
A graduate of the ESSCA Management and Business School, François Gazuit began his career with the group as a Store Manager in 1990. He was appointed Area Manager in 1994 and then DIF Sales Manager in 1997. From 2003 to 2007, he headed the Fnac Operations division and then pursued his career in the Intermarché group, as General Manager of Intermarché Alimentaire. Between 2010 and 2012, he successively held the positions of Executive Vice President of the Mr. Bricolage group and European Retail Manager for Pixmania. In 2013, he returned to the Darty Group as General Manager Darty Ile-de-France and was promoted to Darty Operations Manager in 2019.
- Frédérique GiavariniGroup’s General Secretary and Managing Director of Nature & Découvertes
Frédérique Giavarini is the Group’s General Secretary and Managing Director of Nature & Découvertes.
A graduate of the Institut Politique de Paris (Paris Institute of Political Studies), and with a Master’s degree in Applied Economics, Frédérique Giavarini began her career in consulting, joining the Strategy team at Arthur Andersen and then at BearingPoint. She joined the Fnac Group in 2007 as a project manager in the Strategy department. In 2010, she joined the brand and marketing department as Director of Supply Marketing and Research. In 2011, she was appointed Director of Strategy and Public Affairs and Director of Organization, Strategy and Public Affairs in 2013. In 2014, she became Director of Human Resources at Fnac and took over the Group’s Corporate and Environmental Responsibility and Governance in 2019.
- Vincent GuffletDirector of Services and Operations
Vincent Gufflet is Director of Services and Operations, responsible for all service-related activities from offer design to operational performance. He also heads up the WeFix subsidiary.
A graduate of the ISAE-SUPAERO engineering school, Vincent started his career as a consultant at Arthur D. Little in 1995. In 2000, he joined the Kingfisher group as Strategy Director in the DIY division. From 2003, he held various positions of responsibility within the Darty Group: New Business Manager, DartyBox Development Manager, Marketing Director for the Services Division, Customer Relations Manager, and then Managing Director for Services from 2015. He held this post until 2018, then he became Sales Director for Products and Services until 2021.
- Jean-Brieuc Le TinierChief Financial Officer
Jean-Brieuc Le Tinier is Chief Financial Officer, also responsible for the management of activities in Portugal.
A graduate of the HEC international business school, he began his career at PwC. After serving as Management Control Officer at Vogica, he joined Carrefour Group where he successively held positions as Financial Controller for France and Europe, then as Group Financial Control Director. In 2005, he became the Treasury and Financing Director for Carrefour Group, before being promoted to Financial Director of Carrefour Property in 2007. In 2009, he was appointed Financial Director at Brico Dépôt (Kingfisher group). From September 2013 to January 2016, he was Group CFO and a member of the Executive Committee of the Korian group.
- Samuel LoiseauClient, Marketing and Business Development Director
Samuel Loiseau is Client and Business Development Director. In this role, he oversees the customer life cycle, journey and experience, marketing, and brands, and is responsible for the drivers of commercial development (omnichannel business development, pricing, merchandising, and store concept).
A graduate of the ESSEC business school, Samuel Loiseau has led marketing, digital, and commercial departments in various sectors, where multi-channel customer relations, understanding of customers, and brand consideration were at the heart of the issues and business model. He has been responsible for the SFR brand, the SFR network of stores, and the e-commerce and marketing business unit within the PMU executive committee. He joined Fnac Darty in 2019 to drive sales development, namely the omnichannel commercial advancement of products and services, merchandising, and pricing.
Julien Peyrafitte a pour mission le développement et le pilotage de l’offre produits et des activités B2B, Cuisine, de l’activité Seconde vie ainsi que l’activité Régie & Trade, afin de poursuivre la mise en œuvre du nouveau plan stratégique Everyday.
Diplômé d’un Master 2 Ressources Humaines à l’Université Sciences Sociales de Toulouse 1, Julien Peyrafitte possède une solide expérience dans le retail. Il a d’abord œuvré pendant 12 ans au sein du groupe Carrefour, devenant Directeur Bazar France et Groupe de 2009 à 2012. En 2013, il devient directeur général de la Société Allumettière Française (Groupe Logista). En 2016, il crée Maupas Conseil avant de rejoindre à nouveau le groupe Carrefour pour une mission en tant que directeur non alimentaire du Groupe Carrefour.
- Olivier TheulleDirector of E-Commerce and Digital
Olivier Theulle is Director of E-Commerce and Digital. A graduate of the ESSEC Business School, Olivier Theulle began his career as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. He went on to oversee the Lafuma group’s “Le Chameau” brand from 2006 to 2009, before joining Redcats (Kering group) in 2010, as CEO of package delivery firm “Relais Colis”, then Director of Operations at the Redcats group.
In December 2013, he joined the Fnac Group as Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to Director of Operations and Information Systems in 2018.
- Cécile Trunet-FavreCommunications and Public Affairs Director
Cécile Trunet-Favre is Communications and Public Affairs Director for Fnac Darty. She is responsible for media relations and events, internal communications, public affairs, media partnerships, and cultural action.
A graduate of Sciences Po Strasbourg, the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales (Institute of Higher International Studies) and with a Master’s degree in marketing and international communication from the Université Paris II – Panthéon-Assas, Cécile Trunet-Favre began her career at the Ile-de-France regional council before joining the RATP Group as Brand Manager in 2005. In 2009, she joined RATP Dev, the French and international development subsidiary of the RATP Group, as Director of Communications. In 2016, she became Brand and Communications Director at the Université Paris Dauphine. Cécile Trunet-Favre joined e.Voyageurs SNCF in 2018 as Head of Communications, Brands, Public Affairs, and CSR. As such, Cécile Trunet-Favre is responsible for the management of crisis communication, media relations, media monitoring, e-reputation, financial communications, and the influence of SNCF Group. Finally, she joined the executive committee of Fnac Darty in spring 2021 as Director of Communications and Public Affairs.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors consists of 14 members.
- Jacques VeyratIndependent Director and Chairman of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2013
Graduate of the École polytechnique (class of 1983) and the Collège des ingénieurs (class of 1989), engineering degree from Ponts et Chaussés (class of 1988). Mr. Veyrat was appointed to the French Treasury Department, where he served as Secretary for the Inter-ministerial Committee on Industrial Reconstruction (Comité Interministériel de Restructuration Industrielle) for the period 1989–1991, then as Deputy General Secretary to the Paris Club from 1991 to 1993. From 1993 to 1995, he was technical advisor to the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Tourism and the Sea. In 1995, he joined the Louis Dreyfus Group as Chief Executive Offi cer of Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (1995-1998), then served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Louis Dreyfus Communications, which became Neuf Cegetel (1998-2008) and then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Louis Dreyfus Group (2008-2011). Since 2011, he has been Chairman of Impala.
- Antoine Gosset-GrainvilleIndependent Director and Vice Chairman of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, founder of the law firm BDGS Associés - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2013
Antoine Gosset-Grainville is a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, holds a Master’s in Banking and Finance from the Université Paris-IX Dauphine and is a graduate of the École Nationale d’Administration (Léon Gambetta class). After being appointed to the General Inspectorate of Finance in 1993, he became Deputy General Secretary of the Economic and Financial Committee of the European Union in 1997. From 1999 to 2002, he was an economic and industrial affairs advisor for Pascal Lamy at the European Commission. Antoine Gosset-Grainville is an attorney with the Paris and Brussels Bars. In 2002, he became a partner at the law fi rm of Gide Loyrette Nouel. In 2007, he was appointed Deputy Director of the Office of Prime Minister François Fillon, where he was in charge of economic and financial matters. In March 2010, he became Chief Operating Officer of Caisse des Dépôts in charge of finance, strategy, investments and oversight of European and international activities, then interim Chief Executive Officer of the Caisse des Dépôts Group from February to July 2012. In April 2013, he founded the law firm BDGS Associés, where he is head of the Anti-trust and Regulatory Department.
- Jean-Marc JanaillacIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Chairman of SAS Hermina and FNEGE - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2019
Jean-Marc Janaillac holds a degree in law (1976) and is a graduate of École des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (1975) and École Nationale d’Administration (1980). From 1980 to 1983, he was chief of staff for the prefects of Finistère and then Val-d’Oise, then became chief of staff for the Secretary of State for Tourism from 1983 to 1984. From 1984 to 1987, he managed the French tourism services for North America in New York, before becoming Chief Executive Officer of Maison de la France, in charge of promoting French tourism abroad from 1987 to 1997. In this capacity, he was a member of the Board of Directors of Air France from 1989 to 1994. After working for AOM, first as Executive Vice-President and then as Chief Operating Officer (1997-1999), Jean-Marc Janaillac joined the Maeva Group, where he held the position of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer before becoming Chairman of the Paris Conventions and Tourism Office from 2002 to 2004. From 2004 to 2012, he was Chief Executive Officer for group development at the RATP (Paris public transport system), and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of RATP Développement. Jean-Marc Janaillac was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Transdev from December 2012 to June 2016, then held the office of Chairman of UTP (public and rail transport association) from 2013 to 2015. He was Chairman and CEO of Air France KLM from 2016 to 2018. Since October 2018 he has been senior advisor at the Roland Berger strategy consultancy firm, and was elected Chairman of the Fondation Nationale pour l’Enseignement de la Gestion des Entreprises (French Foundation for Management Education – FNEGE) in December 2018.
- Carole FerrandIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Chief Financing Officer of the Artémis group - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2013
A graduate of the École des hautes études commerciales (1992), Carole Ferrand started her career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she was an Auditor and later a financial advisor in the Transaction Services Division. In 2000, she joined Sony France, the French subsidiary of the consumer and business electronics branch of the Sony Corporation Group, serving as Chief Financial Officer before becoming General Secretary in 2002. In 2011, she held the position of Chief Financial Officer of the Europacorp Group. Since January 2013 she has been Financing Director at Artémis Group, where she is in charge of managing strategic and financial support for certain investments. Since June 2018, she has been Chief Financial Officer of the Capgemini Group.
- Sandra LaguminaIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Managing director of Meridiam, responsible for asset management - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2017
A graduate of the École nationale d’administration (ENA) and the Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), Sandra Lagumina also holds a Master of Common Market Law and of Public Law. She began her professional career with the French Council of State, where she held the position of Auditor and then Master of Petitions from 1995 to 1998. Sandra Lagumina then became Technical and Legal Advisor to the President of the National Assembly. In 2000, she joined the office of the Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry as a technical adviser in charge of legal issues, public procurement and competition law. She was then appointed Deputy Director of Public and International Law in the Legal Affairs Department of the Ministry and a Judicial Officer of the Treasury (2002-2005). In 2005, she joined the Gaz de France group, where she held several positions in the areas of strategy and law. Between 2008 and 2013, she served as General Counsel for GDF Suez. In 2013, she was appointed Chief Executive Officer of GRDF (Gaz Réseau Distribution France). In 2016, she was named Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Engie and, in 2017, became Chief Operating Officer of Asset Management at Meridiam. She is a member of the Board of the French Competition Authority.
- Delphine MousseauIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, VP Markets at Zalando - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2017
A graduate of the École des hautes études commerciales (HEC) with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, Delphine Mousseau began her career in 1995 as Project Head with Boston Consulting Group. In 1999, she joined Plantes-et-Jardins.com as Director of Operations. From 2007 to 2011, she served as Director of E-Commerce Europe at Tommy Hilfiger. She then worked as an independent consultant, primarily for the former Primondo Group. From 2014 to 2018, Delphine Mousseau was VP Markets at Zalando. She is currently an independent consultant.
- Daniela Weber-ReyIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Non-Executive Member of the Board of HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG - German nationality - Start of 1st term: 2017
Holding a Master’s Degree in Law from Columbia University, New York, and the Franco-German University (UFA), Daniela Weber-Rey was admitted to the Frankfurt Bar in Germany in 1984 and the New York Bar in 1986. For nearly 30 years, Daniela Weber-Rey was an attorney and partner with the legal firm of Pünder Volhard & Weber, followed by Clifford Chance. She also served as Counsel to various European organizations, and served for fi ve years on the Board of Directors of BNP Paribas. She is a member of the Governmental Commission of the German Corporate Governance Code, a member of the Board of the European Corporate Governance Institute and a consultant at the Franco-German University (UFA). She is also a member of the Board of the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE and a non-executive member of the Board of HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG. Between 2013 and 2016, Daniela Weber-Rey worked at Deutsche Bank AG as Chief Governance Officer and Deputy Global Head of Compliance. She was made a Knight of the French Legion of Honor in 2010 for her commitment to Franco-German relations.
- Brigitte Taittinger-JouyetIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Director of Strategy and Development at Sciences Po Paris - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2013
Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet is a graduate of the Institut d’études 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 Louvre Group in 1988, where she was in charge of industrial products and the budget hotel sector. From 1991 to 2012, she was Chair of the perfume company Annick Goutal. From 2013 to 2017, she was Director of Strategy and Development at the Institut d’études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po Paris). She is a Director of HSBC France, Suez and Chair of the ARSEP Foundation.
- Nonce PaoliniIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Former Chairman & CEO of TF1 Group - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2013
Nonce Paolini holds a Master of Arts and is a graduate of the Institut d’études politiques de Paris (class of 1972). He began his career with EDF-GDF, where he held operational and management positions. In 1998, he joined the Bouygues Group, where he successively held the positions of Director of Development and Director of Human Resources, before becoming Director of Communications in 1990. In 1993, he joined TF1 as Director of Human Resources, and in 1999, he was appointed Chief Operating Officer. In 2002 he was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Bouygues Telecom and then Managing Director and Board member in April 2004. In 2007, he was appointed CEO of TF1 Group, then Chairman & CEO of the group in 2008 until 2016.
- Caroline Grégoire Sainte MarieIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2018
A graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, Caroline Grégoire Sainte Marie also holds a degree in Commercial Law from Université Paris I. She began her professional career in 1981 at
Xerox France as Financial Controller. In 1984, she joined Hoechst pharmaceutical group, where she successively held several positions in the financial field at Roussel Uclaf SA before being
appointed in 1994 as Chief Financial Officer of Albert Roussel Pharma GmbH and a member of the Executive Board. In 1996, she joined Volkswagen France before moving to Lafarge Group
in 1997 as Chief Financial Officer of Lafarge Speciality Products (LMS). In 2000, she was appointed Senior Vice President Mergers & Acquisitions at the Group’s Cement Division. In that position,
Caroline Grégoire Sainte Marie led the financial strategy for the takeover of Blue Circle. In 2004, she became Chief Executive Officer for Germany and the Czech Republic. In 2007, she was
appointed Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Tarmac France and Belgium, before becoming the Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Frans Bonhomme in 2009. Caroline Grégoire Sainte Marie was a member of the Boards of Directors of Eramet (from 2012 to 2016), Safran (from 2011 to 2015), FLSMIDTH (from 2012 to 2019) and Wienerberger (from 2015 to 2020). Since 2011, Caroline Grégoire Sainte Marie has been a member of the Boards of Directors of Groupama, Vinci and Elkem. As an investor in Calyos, she also sits on the company’s Board of Directors, and she is a Senior Advisor at HIG European Capital Partners. She is a Knight of the French Legion of Honor.
- Javier SantisoIndependent Director of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, CEO & Managing Partner, Mundi Ventures, Spain - Spanish nationality - Start of 1st term: 2019
A graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies and École des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Javier Santiso holds a doctorate in International Affairs and Economics, which he completed at the University of Oxford. He started his professional career at the investment bank Crédit Agricole Indosuez in Paris. From 2000 to 2005 he was Managing Director and Chief Economist for Emerging Markets at BBVA, based in Madrid, then Director General and Chief Economist at the OECD Development Centre in Paris. In 2010 he joined Telefónica as Managing Director of New Ventures and, staying in Madrid, worked alongside the person who is now Chairman of the operator. Javier Santiso then moved to London, taking on the role of Head of European Investments at Khazanah, the sovereign wealth fund of Malaysia, as well as Head of Global Tech Investments. He was a member of the Khazanah Executive Committee and Investments Committee, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Axiata Digital, the Malaysian telecoms operator. He is now CEO of Mundi Ventures, a venture capital fund that invests in new technologies and start-ups in Europe from bases in London and Madrid. Javier Santiso is a member of the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum in Davos. He has French and Spanish nationality. In January 2021, he became an independent member of the Board of Directors of Prisa, a Spanish company.
- Enrique MartinezDirector of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer of Fnac Darty - Spanish nationality - Start of 1st term: 2019
Enrique Martinez holds a degree in Economics from the IESE Business School in Madrid, and began his career with Toys “R” Us. In 1998, he joined Fnac Group with the duties of establishing and
developing the Banner in Portugal. He then held various positions within the Group between Spain and Portugal. In 2004, he became a member of the Executive Committee as Chief Executive Officer of the Iberian region. In 2012, he was called to France to head the France and Northern Europe region (France, Belgium, Switzerland). In 19 years, Enrique Martinez has made a significant contribution to the growth of Fnac Darty. In July 2016, he was given responsibility for integrating the Fnac and Darty brands in France, which, in just a few months, led to the generation of the first synergies between the two brands. He has served as Chief Executive Officer of Fnac Darty since July 2017.
- Franck MaurinDirector representing employees of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2019
Holding a Master’s degree in economics and a post-graduate diploma (DEA) in econometrics, Franck Maurin began his career at Darty in 1977 as an in-store sales assistant. He joined Charbonnages de France in 1982 as category manager of styrenic and associated products. Franck Maurin rejoined Darty as Product Manager in 1983, when its subsidiary Dacem was created. Since 2002, Franck Maurin has been involved with setting up after-sales service projects in France and Italy. He is also responsible for the centralized management of accessories sold in-store. Working in the Operations Department since 2017, he is involved with negotiating after-sales agreements and product returns. In 2020, he helped create the Darty spare parts website.
- Julien DucreuxDirector representing employees of Fnac Darty's Board of Directors - French nationality - Start of 1st term: 2020
Julien Ducreux holds a Master’s degree in Management of Innovation in Communication. He started his career within the SNCF Group where he successively held the positions of Project Manager, Digital Brand Manager and then Digital Customer Experience Manager for the SNCF stations. During his career within the SNCF Group, he participated in the Group’s digitalization and transformation projects. He joined Fnac Darty in 2018 as Head of Digital Customer Experience and Customer Insight. Julien is also in charge of the Group’s mobile applications and the international coordination of digital projects.
The Groupe Fnac Darty Board of Directors may decide to set up permanent or temporary committees from among its members in order to facilitate the operations of the Board and to provide effective assistance in preparing its decisions. These committees, under the responsibility of the Board, are charged with examining the subjects that the Board or its Chairman submits for their examination and advice to prepare the work and decisions of the Board.
To date, four committees have been established: an Audit Committee, an Appointments and Compensation Committee, a Corporate, Environmental and Social Responsibility Committee and a Strategy Committee.
The Audit Committee is a special committee of the Board of Directors whose main missions are oversight of the preparation of financial information. In this context, it must ensure that the Group’s internal control and risk management procedures are implemented, the individual company and consolidated financial statements are reviewed by the Company’s statutory auditors and the rules regarding the independence and objectivity of the statutory auditors are obeyed.
The Committee may take all measures it deems necessary to carry out its missions.
The Committee shall meet at least four times a year, and as many times as it deems necessary. The meetings of the Committee are recorded in written form and approved.
The Groupe Fnac Darty Audit Committee is composed of three directors: Sandra Lagumina (independent director), Daniela Weber-Rey (independent director) and Carole Ferrand (independent director), who is the chairman of the committee.
The Committee is comprised of three members, none of whom can be an executive officer of the Company and at least two of whom must be independent according to the independence criteria adopted by the Company in accordance with the AFEP-MEDEF Code.
The members of the Audit Committee are all known for their competence with regard to finance, accounting and/or the reviewing of financial statements, combining their expertise in the field of executive and operational management or the financial management of banking institutions and/or companies, as confirmed by their professional experience.
Appointments and Compensation Committee
The mission of the Appointments and Compensation Committee is to assist the Board in determining the membership of the Company’s and Group’s governing bodies and in the due assessment of all compensation and benefits of the Group’s senior management and executives.
The Appointments and Compensation Committee is comprised of three directors: Antoine Gosset-Grainville, independent director and Chairman of the Committee, Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet, independent director, and Nonce Paolini, independent director.
Accordingly, in compliance with the AFEP-MEDEF Code’s criteria, the independent directors constitute two thirds of the Appointments and Compensation Committee.
Corporate, Environmental and Social Responsibility Committee
The mission of the Corporate, Environmental and Social Responsibility Committee is to examine the Company’s corporate, environmental and social policies.
This committee reviews the actions and results of the past year and presents the strategic directions of Groupe Fnac Darty for the current year.
The topics addressed include social dialogue, equality of treatment, gender equality, youth and senior employment, diversity, management of environmental impacts, cultural action and solidarity, and sourcing in Asia for retailers’ brands or products licensed under the Darty trademark.
The Committee also ensures that the information published in the Registration Document has been validated by an independent third-party organization (ITP) that certifies their compliance with the requirements of paragraphs 5 and 6 of Article L. 225-102-1.
The committee is composed of four directors: Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet (independent director and Committee Chairperson), Caroline Gregoire Sainte Marie (independent director), Delphine Mousseau (independent director), and Jean-Marc Janaillac (independent director).
The Strategy Committee, whose creation was decided by the Board of Directors on May 23, 2019, is a specialized committee of the Board of Directors whose main general mission is to study the main strategic orientations of the Group that the managers could implement and more particularly in the field of business lines, investments, alliances or any other issue deemed central for the future of the Group and to make, if necessary, recommendations to the Board.
The Committee shall meet at least once a year and as many times as necessary.
The Strategy Committee is composed of: Mr Jacques Veyrat, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Mr Enrique Martinez, Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Carole Ferrand, Chairman of the Audit Committee, Mr Antoine Gosset-Grainville, Chairman of the Appointments and Compensation Committee and Mrs Brigitte Taittinger-Jouyet, Chairman of the Social, Environmental and Societal Responsibility Committee.
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