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Audit, risks and sustainable development Committee

The audit, risks  and sustainable development Committee is made up of at least three members - the majority of whom are independent - appointed by the Board of Directors from those of its members who have financial and management experience.

 

It meets at least three times a year, meetings being called by the Chairman, who may organize any additional meetings as circumstances require. Neither the Chairman nor the Chief Executive Officer can be members of the audit, risks  and sustainable development.

 

The audit, risks  and sustainable development Committee’s principal duties are:

 

  • to assist the Board of Directors in its task relating to the examination and approval of the annual and semi-annual financial statements;

  • to examine the Group’s annual and semi-annual financial statements and the related reports before they are submitted to the Board of Directors;to consult with the Statutory Auditors and have access to their analyses and findings;

  • to consider and issue an opinion on all candidates for the position of Statutory Auditor of the Company and its subsidiaries;

  • to ensure the independence of the Statutory Auditors, with whom it is in regular contact, and as such to examine all their dealings with the Company and its subsidiaries and issue an opinion on the fees they request;

  • to periodically examine the internal control procedures and, in general, the audit, accounting and administration procedures in effect in the Company and in the Group, in liaison with the Chief Executive Officer, internal audit departments and the Statutory Auditors;

  • to examine any transaction, fact or event that may have a significant impact on the situation of the Company or its subsidiaries in terms of commitments and/or risks;

  • to verify that the Company and its subsidiaries have the appropriate means (audit, accounting and legal) to guard against risks and anomalies in the management of the business of the Company and its subsidiaries.

 

The audit, risks  and sustainable development Committee is made up of three members, appointed for the duration of their term of office as director, the majority of whom are independent members.

Ingrid Nappi-Choulet*

Independent Director

Ingrid Nappi-Choulet*

Independent Director

With a PhD in economic science from Université Paris XII and degrees from Université Paris Dauphine (HDR in management science) and the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris (HDR in Urban Planning and Development), Ingrid Nappi-Choulet has been a Professor at ESSEC (since 1994). She is also in charge of the Real Estate Economics course at the ENPC. She began her career teaching economics at the École Centrale de Lille (1989-1994). She has written several books: Les bureaux, analyse d’une crise (Analysis of the office space crisis, ADEF, 1997), Management et Marketing de l’Immobilier (Real estate management and marketing, Dunod, 1999), Les mutations de l’immobilier: de la Finance au Développement durable (Transformation of the real estate market: from finance to sustainable development, Autremont, 2009), and Immobilier d’entreprise: analyse économique des marchés (Business real estate: an economic analysis of the markets, Economica, 2010, 2013). She has also written articles and columns for various academic and business reviews covering the property market. She was given a mandate under the 2013–2014 French sustainable building plans to co-lead a working party on energy refurbishment and the construction sector. She is a member of several scientific committees. Ingrid Nappi-Choulet is a Fellow of the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and is also the founder and manager of the OMI (Real Estate Management Observatory).

David Lubek

Head of Management Control for the Casino Group, representative of La Société Forézienne de Participations

David Lubek

Head of Management Control for the Casino Group, representative of La Société Forézienne de Participations

An Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE graduate, with a postgraduate DEA in Economics (EHESS), David Lubek began his career as an assistant professor of economics at ENSAE. In 2000, he joined the French Ministry of Finance and its Budget Office, where he held various high-level positions (research budget, budget execution summary). In 2006, he moved to the Inspectorate of Finances, leading audit and consulting missions covering the public and private sectors. In 2010, he was recruited by Groupama as Group General Audit Director. Since 2013, he has been Head of Management Control for the Casino Group.

Marie-Christine Levet*

Chairman of the Audit Committee, Partner at Jaina Capital

Marie-Christine Levet*

Chairman of the Audit Committee, Partner at Jaina Capital

Marie-Christine Levet holds a degree from the École des Hautes Études Commerciales and an MBA from INSEAD. She began her career at Accenture before joining Disney and then Pepsico in marketing and strategy roles. She then obtained solid experience in the internet and telecoms sectors. In 1997, she founded Lycos France and moved it up the ranks to become France’s No. 2 internet portal in 2000. She was Chairman of Club-Internet from 2001 to July 2007. From 2004 to 2005, she was also Chairman of the AFA (Association of French ISPs), representing the interests of all players in the market to the public authorities. From 2008 to 2010, she was Head of hi-tech IT group Tests as well as internet activities at NextRadioTV. From 2010 to 2013, she was a partner in investment fund Jaïna Capital, specializing in the financing of new innovative businesses. Today, Marie-Christine Levet is a partner in LER, a company that provides support for the development of digital businesses.

Pascale Roque*

Chief Executive Officer of Pierre & Vacances Tourisme

Pascale Roque*

Chief Executive Officer of Pierre & Vacances Tourisme

Pascale Roque is an ESSEC graduate. She began her career in 1985 with the Air France group, where she spent 15 years and was involved in initiatives with major operational and organizational transformation stakes. In 2001, she joined the Accor hotel group, initially heading up international sales, then the group's salesforces and call centers. In 2006, she was promoted to CEO of Etap Hôtel and Formule 1 hotels. In 2009, she moved to the Pierre & Vacances Group as CEO of Résidences Pierre & Vacances and Maeva. In 2013, she became CEO of the hotel chain B&B Hôtels. Since 2016, Pascale Roque has been CEO of Pierre & Vacances Tourisme and a member of the Group's Executive Committee.