Comité consultatif

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Functioning and composition

  • The Shareholder Advisory Committee is both a consultative body and a think tank;
  • Its objective is to contribute to the permanent improvement of procedures and communications to individual shareholders;
  • Its mission is to express your expectations in terms of information and relations with the Group;
  • It meets between two and four times a year under the chairmanship of the Director of Shareholder Relations;
  • It consists of at least eight members, including one EDF employee and one former EDF employee.

They are selected based on their motivation and their representativeness of the individual EDF shareholders in order to ensure that the Committee best reflects their diversity.

The members

Marc Agnelli

Trainer in Law and Business Management - Individual shareholder

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Membre depuis : 2014

Wassim Baccari

Project Manager in International Technical Cooperation - Individual shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2016

Laurence Bobant-Guillot

Purchasing Relationship Manager, Energy Sector - Employee shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2015

Françoise Peter

Executive Assistant, Chemicals sector (retired) - Individual shareholder

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Membre depuis : 2015

Jean-François Bordron

Sales Manager, Road Transport Sector (retired) - Individual shareholder

Pays de la Loire

Membre depuis : 2015

Véronique Pion

Management-Finance executive, Energy Sector (retired) - Employee shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2017

Marie-Louise Fimeyer

Divisional Commissioner (retired) - Individual shareholder

Grand-Est

Membre depuis : 2013

Hugues Mitton

Independent photographer - Individual shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2014

Loïc Duval

Former contractor, building sector - Individual shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2018

Philippe de Saint-Ours

Management-Finance executive, Chemical sector (retired) - Individual shareholder

Île-de-France

Membre depuis : 2015

Meetings and tasks


Allow a panel of shareholders to express the expectations of individual shareholders and thereby contribute to improving communication with the Group: this is EDF’s objective in creating the Shareholder Advisory Committee.

This Committee is a consultative body. Its proposals and opinions concern the procedures and services dedicated to shareholders, such as the Shareholders’ Newsletter, the General Shareholders’ Meeting, shareholders’ meetings, Shareholders’ Club events, the EDF stand at the Shareholders’ Fair, etc.

2018

The Consultative Committee met on 16 March 2018 at EDF’s headquarters. The Committee attended various presentations on current topics:
  • The important stakes of EDF’s R&D, by Bernard Salha, Research and Development Director
  • The 2017 Results
  • Market perspectives on EDF, by Aymeric Ducrocq, Investor and Markets Director
  • EDF’s New Businesses, by Michel Vanhaesbroucke, EDF’s New Businesses Director
  • Accelerating the development of renewable energies, by Bruno Fyot, General Manager of EDF Renewable Energies
  • Update on communications with individual shareholders, by Christine Collaert, Head of Shareholder Relations and Shareholders’ Meeting

The meeting provided the occasion for a discussion with Xavier Girre, Group Senior Executive Vice President, Group Finance, on EDF’s financial position.

2017

The Consultative Committee, in its new composition, met on 5 May 2017 at EDF’s headquarters. After welcoming a new member, the Committee heard various presentations on current topics:
  • Nuclear energy of today and tomorrow, by Philippe Coic, Technical Director of the Grand Carénage program
  • The role of the Investors and Markets Department with institutional investors, analysts and rating agencies, by Kader Hidra, Investor and Markets Director
  • The Equity Story and the Capital Increase, by Kader Hidra
  • Communications with individual shareholders, by Christine Collaert, Head of Shareholder Relations and Shareholders’ Meeting

The meeting ended with a discussion with Xavier Girre, Group Senior Executive Vice President, Group Finance, on EDF’s financial position.

2016

1. The Consultative Committee met on 15 September 2016 in the Rhône-Alpes region. After a visit to the Hydrelec museum, the Committee visited the Romanche-Gavet site, the largest hydroelectric facility currently under construction in France, managed by EDF.

More powerful, better integrated with the landscape and more respectful of the environment, this new underground system will replace the six power plants and five current dams in the Romanche valley.
The new power plant and the new dam will enable a 30% increase in electricity generation, contributing to the Group's CAP 2030 strategy to develop renewable energies.

Also on the agenda of this delocalised meeting of the Advisory Committee:
  • Updates about Group current events
  • The launch of an online discussion and content sharing site, to allow Committee members to exchange information easily and at any time between each other and with EDF’s Shareholder Relations team. This system has been developed as a genuinely collaborative tool, allowing members to post and share whatever they consider relevant (links to articles, ideas, experiences, best practices, anecdotes, questions, suggestions, etc.)
     

2. The Consultative Committee, in its new composition, met on 10 March 2016 at EDF's headquarters.

After a round table discussion and the welcoming of a new member, Wassim Baccari, the Committee discussed changes to the procedures for communicating with shareholders. Several presentations were made during the day:

  • A presentation of the CAP 2030 project by Fabrice Fourcade, CAP 2030 Director
  • A marketplace update by Kader Hidra, Investor and Markets Director
  • A presentation on EDF, COP 21 and sustainable development objectives by Eric Maucourt, Deputy Director of Sustainable Development
  • A presentation on the role and missions of the Institutional Relations Division, taking hydraulic concessions as an example, by Philippe Méchet, Director of Institutional Relations
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