Paris, 19 January 2022
Co-option of an independent director
to the CNP Assurances Board of Directors
As part of its strategy to strengthen governance and in line with best practice, the meeting of the CNP Assurances Board of Directors on 22 December 2021, on the recommendation of the Compensation and Appointments committee, co-opted Amélie Breitburd to the role of independent director, with effect from the end of the session. She therefore participated for the first time, on January 6, 2022, in the board meeting held.
Amélie Breitburd is appointed for the remainder of the term of office of Jean-François Lequoy, the director proposed by the BPCE group who was co-opted in November 2021 as a replacement for Jean-Yves Forel; that is, until the 2022 general meeting of shareholders to approve the accounts for the year ending 31 December 2021.
This is as a result of Mr Lequoy's resignation following the acquisition of La Banque Postale of BPCE's 16.1% share in CNP Assurances on 16 December 2021. Meanwhile, Laurent Mignon, Chairman of the BPCE group Management Board, remains a member of the Board of Directors.
This co-option will be submitted for ratification at the next general meeting of CNP Assurances shareholders.
Amélie Breitburd biography
Amélie Breitburd began her career in 1992 with BDO Audit and Consulting. She moved in 1996 to AGF which
then became Allianz France, within the Internal International Strategic Audit Department and to KPMG in 1998.
In 2004, she joined AXA within the Group Controlling and Strategic Planning department, that she will then
head, before being nominated regional CFO for Asia (2015-2018), based out in Honk Kong, and UK & Ireland
CFO (2018-2020), based out in London. She is appointed as CEO of Lloyd's Insurance Company (Lloyd's
Europe) based in Brussels in 2021.
Group Controlling and Strategic Planning
About CNP Assurances
A leading player in the French personal insurance market, CNP Assurances operates in 19 countries in Europe, particularly Italy, and in Latin America, where it is very active in Brazil, its second-largest market. As an insurance, coinsurance and reinsurance provider, CNP Assurances has more than 36 million insured parties in personal risk/protection insurance worldwide and more than 12 million in savings/pension. In accordance with its business model, its solutions are distributed by multiple partners and adapt to their physical or digital distribution method, as well as to the needs of customers in each country in terms of their protection and convenience.
CNP Assurances has been listed on the Paris Stock Exchange since October 1998 and is a subsidiary of La Banque Postale. The Company reported net profit of €1.35 billion in 2020.
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