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Supervisory Board

Emmanuèle Attout

Emmanuèle Attout

Mrs Attout, a Belgian national, was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board in 2018 for a period of four years. She was formerly an auditor and partner at PwC in Brussels, latterly chairing the governance board. Mrs Attout has extensive professional experience working with listed companies and holds four other non-executive directorships. She graduated from Louvain School of Management and is co-founder and director of the Belgian NGO ‘Women on Board’, which aims to promote women in Boards of Directors.

Bas Steins Bisschop, Chairman

Bas Steins Bisschop, Chairman

Mr Steins Bisschop, of Dutch nationality, was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board in 2014 and reappointed in 2018 for a further four year period. He is a professor of Corporate Law and Corporate Governance at Maastricht University and Nyenrode Business University. He is also an attorney at law in the Hague. He began practising in 1975.

Brigitte Carrière

Brigitte Carrière

Mrs Carrière, of French nationality, was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board in 2014 for a period of four years, and was reappointed in 2018. She was formerly an asset manager and real estate financial analyst at Amundi, a major European asset manager based in Paris, until her recent retirement.

Carlo Croff

Carlo Croff

Mr Croff, of Italian nationality, was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board in 2013, and reappointed in 2017 for a period of a further four years. He is a senior partner of the leading law firm Chiomenti Studio Legale in Milan, Italy which he joined in 1984. Following his additional degrees at Cambridge and Harvard Universities, Mr Croff has had extensive experience advising Italian and international clients on legal matters related to banking and real estate.

Jan-Åke Persson

Jan-Åke Persson

Mr Persson, of Swedish nationality, was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board in 2013 for a period of four years, and was reappointed in 2017. He was a former senior partner of Ernst & Young AB in Malmö, Sweden until he retired in 2008. Mr Persson has had an extensive professional career advising major international and Swedish groups.