Sodexo Announces Changes to Board Committees

Sodexo (No. 6 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list)announced the following changes to the three committees of its Board of Directors, effective March 8, 2017:

Audit committee:

  • Mr. Emmanuel Babeau is now chairman of the committee;
  • Mr. Robert Baconnier;
  • Mr. Franois-Xavier Bellon;
  • Mr. Soumitra Dutta;
  • Ms. Cathy Martin, director representing employees, is now a member of the committee.

Nominating committee:

  • Ms. Franoise Brougher, is now chairwoman of the committee;
  • Ms. Sophie Bellon;
  • Ms. Nathalie Bellon-Szabo;
  • Ms. Ccile Tandeau de Marsac is now a member of the committee.

Ms. Patricia Bellinger is no longer a member of the committee.

Compensation committee:

  • Ms. Ccile Tandeau de Marsac is now both member and chairwoman of the committee
  • Mr. Emmanuel Babeau;
  • Ms. Patricia Bellinger;
  • Ms. Franoise Brougher is now a member of the committee
  • Mr. Philippe Besson, director representing employees.

Mr. Robert Baconnier is no longer a member of the committee.

As a result all three committees are now chaired by independent directors as defined by the Afep-Medef French corporate governance code.

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