General meetings

Proof of the right to attend the Meeting

Any shareholder owning at least 1 share has the right to participate and vote in the Meeting, subject to the registration of the shares in an account, in the name of the shareholder or the registered intermediary on the shareholder’s behalf at the latest 2 working days before.

The entry or account registration of the shares in the bearer shares account held by an authorized intermediary is established by a certificate of participation.

Methods of participating at the Meeting

A shareholder can participate in the Meeting in several ways.

1. Attending the Meeting personally:

For registered shareholders:

you must request an admission card from the Société Générale – Meetings Service – 32 rue du Champ de Tir, BP 81236, 44312 Nantes cedex 3 (Fax: +33(0)2.51.85.57.01), enabling your upstream registration.

If you haven’t received your admission card 2 working days before the Meeting, you can go directly to the reception desk on the day of the Meeting with an identity document.

For bearer shareholder:

you must ask your authorized intermediary that manages your share account for a certificate of participation (proving your share(s) ownership). Your authorized intermediary will then request an admission card to be issued and sent to you. This admission card accompanied by the certificate of participation will allow you to attend the Meeting.

If you haven’t received your admission card 2 working days before the Meeting, you can go directly to the reception desk on the day of the Meeting with the certificate of participation issued by your authorized intermediary at least 2 working days before the Meeting, as well as an identity document.

2. Not attending personally and voting by mail:

For registered shareholders:

return the single form for voting by mail or by proxy sent to you with the convening notice, to the following address: Société Générale – Meetings Service – 32 rue du Champ de Tir, BP 81236, 44312 Nantes cedex 3. You can also access this form by clicking here. In that case you must tick the box “I vote by mail”.

For bearer shareholders:

you can either request this form from the financial intermediary managing your shares, or access it by clicking here.Once you have ticked the box “I vote by mail”, you must be send back this form to your intermediary, who will then return this form, accompanied by a certificate of participation, to the following address: Société Générale – Meetings Service – 32 rue du Champ de Tir, BP 81236, 44312 Nantes Cedex 3.

Only the voting forms duly completed and received by the Société Générale at least three days before the planned date for the Meeting will be taken into account.

3. Voting by proxy

You can either appoint the Chairman of the Meeting as your proxy who will vote on your behalf according to the voting recommendations given by the Board, or appoint a representative of your choice. You must in that case tick the related box in the single form for voting by mail or by proxy. If you appoint a representative, you must indicate his first name, surname and address.

So that the appointments of mandates, duly signed and completed, can be validly taken into account, they must arrive at the Company or Société Générale at the latest on:

The day before the Meeting for notifications by email;

At least three days before the date of the Meeting for notifications by mail.

GM 2016

GM April 6, 2016 – Minutes

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