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Corporate governance

This summary of the corporate governance practiced by the Bull Group should be read in conjunction with the comprehensive information published in the Group's latest Reference Document, available to download from the Financial reports section of this Web site.

Statuts

The statuts of "Bull" are available by clicking here (french only) >

Corporate governance code

At its meeting on 17 December 2008, the Board of Directors took note of the recommendations published by AFEP-MEDEF on 6 October 2008 relation to the remuneration of executive directors of listed companies.

The Board considered that these recommendations are in line with the company's approach to corporate governance and therefore decided to take the AFEP-MEDEF corporate governance code as the basis for producing this report, including the various recommendations of October 2003, January 2007 and October 2008 on directors' remuneration, which have been incorporated into the said Code.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors consists of 9 members. The Board has adopted procedures which can be viewed by clicking on this link (French only) >

Philippe Vannier
Chairman of the Board and CEO of Bull

Nathalie Broutèle
Independent Director

Henri Conze
Independent Director

Crescendo Industries
Represented by Dominique Lesourd

France Télécom
Represented by Marc Blanchet

Edouard Guillaud
Independent Director

Marc Hériard Dubreuil

Jean-François Rambicur
Independent Director

Alexandra Soto
Independent Director

Philippe Vassor
Independent Director

Specialist committees

The Board is supported by two specialist committees: the Audit Committee and the People and Organization Committee.

Audit Committee
The three Directors who make up the Audit Committee are:.
- Philippe Vassor, independant member and president;
- Alexandra Soto, independant member ;
- Marc Heriard Dubreuil.

The Audit Committee plays a major role in the supervision and auditing of the group’s accounting and financial information, for which the company’s executive management is responsible.
Read the Audit Committee Internal charter >

The People and Organization Committee
In addition, it examines the independence of Directors according to pre-determined criteria set out above regarding the composition of the Board, and includes its findings in the company's Annual Report.
The Committee is responsible for making proposals to the Board on the variable aspects of the CEO's remuneration. It decides on the remuneration for the members of the Executive Committee.

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Vincent Biraud
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vincent.biraud@bull.net

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