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EADS proposes future board candidates

6-Feb-2013 10:03 AM

EADS board nominated (05-Feb-2013) the following individuals for election by the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to the future EADS board: 

  • Manfred Bischoff: Director of Royal KPN and UniCredit and chairman of the supervisory boards of Voith and Daimler;
  • Ralph D Crosby, Jr: Board member of Serco Group and former management board member at Northrop Grumman Corporation and EADS;
  • Tom Enders: CEO of EADS;
  • Hans-Peter Keitel: VP of the Federation of German Industries (BDI) and former CEO of Hochtief;
  • Hermann-Josef Lamberti: Supervisory board member at Carl Zeiss, advisory board member at Barmenia Versicherungen, and former member of the management board of Deutsche Bank. EADS board member since 2007;
  • Anne Lauvergeon: Partner of Efficiency Capital and chairman and CEO of ALPSA and former CEO of AREVA;
  • Lakshmi N Mittal: Chairman and CEO of ArcelorMittal and board member of Goldman Sachs. EADS board member since 2007;
  • Sir John Parker. Chairman of Anglo American, deputy chairman of DP World and former board chairman of National Grid. EADS board member since 2007;
  • Michel Pébereau: Honorary president of BNP Paribas and board member of Saint-Gobain and Total. EADS board member since 2007;
  • Josep Piqué i Camps: Chairman of Pangea21 Consultora Internacional and chairman of Vueling. EADS board member since 2012;
  • Denis Ranque: Board member of Saint-Gobain, former chairman of Technicolor and former chairman and CEO of Thales;
  • Jean-Claude Trichet: Honorary governor of Banque de France and former president of the European Central Bank. EADS board member since 2012.

Jean-Claude Trichet and Anne Lauvergeon will also sit on the supervisory board of the French national defence company while Manfred Bischoff and Hans-Peter Keitel will be members of the German national defence company’s board of directors. Their appointments in these national defence companies have received the consent of the respective governments of France and Germany. [more - original PR]