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Committees

To perform its missions, the Board of Directors has created five committees to review and prepare certain projects before they are presented to the whole Board.

Directors who are members of these committees are appointed by the Board of Directors. The Chairman of each committee is appointed by the Board on proposal from the members of the committee.


The Audit Committee

The Committee reviews and gives its opinion, before examination by the Board, on the Company's financial position, the medium-term plan and the budget, the preliminary financial reports prepared by the Corporate Finance Division (company's financial statements, Group consolidated financial statements and Group management report), the monitoring of the Company's risks, audit and internal control, the insurance policy, the selection of Statutory Auditors, while ensuring their independence, and the fees paid to them, and the review of the financial aspects of external growth operations or disposals that are particularly significant in nature.

  • Mme Marie-Christine LEPETIT (Committee Chair), Head of Inspectorate General of Finance reporting to Minister for the Economy, the Industry and the Digital Sector and the Minister for Finance and Public Accounts;
  • M. Jacky CHORIN, sponsored by FO;
  • M. Philippe CROUZET, Chairman of the Management Board of Vallourec;
  • Mme Colette LEWINER, Professional director;
  • Mme Marie-Hélène MEYLING, sponsored by CFDT;
  • Mme Laurence PARISOT, Vice-Chairman of the IFOP Group;
  • M. Christian TAXIL, sponsored by CFE-CGC;
  • M. Maxime VILLOTA, sponsored by CGT.

The Nuclear Commitments Monitoring Committee (CSEN)

The Nuclear Commitments Monitoring Committee is tasked with monitoring changes in nuclear provisions, The Nuclear Commitments Monitoring Committee is tasked with monitoring changes in nuclear provisions, issuing an opinion on issues relating to governance of dedicated assets, the rules for asset-liability matching and on strategic allocation, and ensuring the compliance of the management of the assets implemented by EDF in accordance with the policy for constituting and managing the dedicated assets.

  • M. Philippe CROUZET (Committee Chair), Chairman of the Management Board of Vallourec;
  • M. Olivier APPERT, Chairman of the IFP Energies Nouvelles;
  • Mme Marie-Christine LEPETIT, Head of Inspectorate General of Finance reporting to Minister for the Economy, the Industry and the Digital Sector and the Minister for Finance and Public Account;
  • Mme Marie-Hélène MEYLING, sponsored by CFDT;
  • M. Maxime VILLOTA, sponsored by CGT.

The Strategy Committee

The Strategy Committee issues an opinion to the Board of Directors on the Company's major strategy policies, in particular the major strategic development plan, the industrial and commercial policy, the public service contract, strategic agreements, alliances and partnerships, the research and development policy, external or internal growth or disposal projects that require authorisation from the Board of Directors.

  • M. Jean-Bernard LEVY (Committee Chair), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EDF;
  • M. Olivier APPERT, Chairman of the IFP Energies Nouvelles;
  • M. Jacky CHORIN, sponsored by FO;
  • M. Christian MASSET, Secretary General of the ministry of Foreing Affairs and International Development;
  • Mme Marie-Hélène MEYLING, sponsored by CFDT;
  • Mme Laurence PARISOT, Vice-Chairman of the IFOP Group;
  • M. Jean-Paul RIGNAC, sponsored by CGT;
  • M. Christian TAXIL, sponsored by CFE-CGC;
  • M. Régis TURRINI, Commissioner for French Government Shareholding Agency reporting to the Minister for the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector and the Minister for Finance and Public Accounts.   

The Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee ensures that ethical considerations are taken into account in the work of the Board of Directors and in the management of the Company. It reviews the reports from the Mediator, the General Inspector for nuclear safety and radiation protection and the Inspector for hydropower safety.
Moreover, each year the Ethics Committee conducts an assessment of the running of the Board and its committees, and every three years oversees a formal assessment of the work of the Board and its committees entrusted to an external consultant.

  • Mme Colette LEWINER (Committee Chair), Professional director;
  • Mme Christine CHABAUTY, sponsored by CGT;
  • M. Jacky CHORIN, sponsored by FO;
  • M. Bruno LECHEVIN, Chairman of the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME);
  • M. Gérard MAGNIN, Member of the Franche-Comté Economic, Social and Environmental Council;
  • Mme Marie-Hélène MEYLING, sponsored by CFDT ;

The Appointments and Remuneration Committee

The Nominations and Compensation Committee submits proposals to the Board of Directors regarding the appointment of directors by the Shareholders' Meeting. It submits for approval, to the Minister for the Economy and for Energy, an opinion on the compensation of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer regarding the salary, variable portion and peripheral compensation of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. It also submits this opinion to the Board of Directors for deliberation and the setting of this compensation.
If necessary, it discusses the salaries of the Chief Operating Officers and issues an opinion on the compensation proposals that the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer submits regarding the salary, variable portion and peripheral remuneration of each Chief Operating Officer. It submits its proposals and its opinion for approval to the Minister for the Economy and Energy, and also submits it to the Board of Directors for deliberation and setting of this compensation.
The Committee submits to the Board of Directors its opinion on the conditions for the setting of the compensation of the principal managers (fixed and variable portions, calculation method and indexing), as well as the amount and terms and conditions for the distribution of the directors' fees. It ensures the existence of succession plan charts for Executive Committee positions.

  • M. Bruno LAFONT (Committee Chair), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lafarge
  • M. Colette LEWINER, Professional director;
  • M. Régis TURRINI, Commissioner for French Government Shareholding Agency reporting to the Minister for the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector and the Minister for Finance and Public Accounts;
  • M. Maxime VILLOTA, sponsored by CGT.

Are also invited to attend to the meetings of all these committees

  • Virginie SCHARWZ, the Governement commissioner to the Company,
  • Bruno ROSSI, the Head of the French State's Economic and Financial General Supervisory Mission to the Company.

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