1 To the Chairman of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Lugar do Espido Via Norte Maia (Translation from the Portuguese Original) Item number 1 PROPOSAL We propose that the Report of the Board of Directors, the individual and the consolidated Financial Statements for 2012, including appendices thereto, are approved as presented. Maia, 21 February 2013 On behalf of the Board of Directors,
2 To the Chairman of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Lugar do Espido Via Norte Maia (Translation from the Portuguese Original) Item number 2 PROPOSAL Under the terms of the law and of the Articles of Association, the Board of Directors proposes to the Shareholders General Meeting that the 2012 Net Loss of 995, euro is covered by Free Reserves. Maia, 21 February 2013 On behalf of the Board of Directors,
3 EFANOR INVESTIMENTOS,SGPS,SA To the Chairman of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Lugar do Espido, Via Norte Maia (Translation from the Portuguese Original) Item number 3 PROPOSAL We propose that a resolution is passed to approve the management and audit of the company during the year Maia, 21 February 2013 On behalf of the Board of Directors, S E D E : A V E N I D A D A B O A V I S T A / º P O R T O P O R T U G A L T E L F A X : C A P I T A L S O C I A L M A T R I C U L A D A N A C R C D O P O R T O C O M O N º Ú N I C O D E M A T R Í C U L A E P E S S O A C O L E C T I V A
4 To the Chairman of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Lugar do Espido Via Norte Maia (Translation from the Portuguese Original) Item number 4 PROPOSAL The Remunerations Committee proposes to the Shareholders General Meeting the approval, under the terms and for the purpose of number 1 of Article 2 of Law 28/2009 of 19 June, of the remuneration and compensation policy for statutory governing bodies and to key management staff ( dirigentes ), as follows: 1. Principles of the Remuneration and Compensation Policy of Statutory Governing Bodies The remuneration and compensation policy regarding statutory governing bodies and key management staff ( dirigentes ) follows guidelines from the European Commission, Portuguese law and recommendations from the Portuguese Securities Exchange Commission, based on the understanding that initiative, effort and commitment are essential foundations for delivering good performance, and that the latter should be aligned with the medium and long term objectives of the company, ensuring its sustainability. In determining the compensation plan, market benchmarks from several market studies available in Portugal and remaining European markets, namely those from specialized consulting firms as Mercer and Hay Group, as well as information from listed companies of similar size, are taken as comparables when setting remuneration. Compensation packages for executive directors are defined using market research for top executives (Portugal and Europe), aiming at a market positioning of median pay for fixed remuneration and the third quartile for total pay, on a comparable basis.
5 Fixed remuneration is aligned, regarding its limits, with market standards which are assessed through information regarding comparable companies. Variable remuneration, for executive directors, is subject to maximum percentage limits and is based in pre-defined and measurable performance criteria performance indicators established for each executive director in each year. Variable remuneration is assessed through the performance evaluation of a set of objective indicators, both regarding the business, mostly economic and financial ( Key Performance Indicators of Business Activity (Business KPIs) and individual performance, with the latter including objective and subjective indicators, Personal Key Performance Indicators (Personal KPI s). The nature of performance indicators and its specific weight in the calculation of effective remuneration, ensure the alignment of executive directors with the defined strategic goals and compliance of the legal framework related with the business activity. To calculate the variable remuneration, the Remuneration Committee makes an individual performance assessment, in close contact with the Board Nomination and Remunerations Committee. This assessment is made once the company s results are known. Thus, and regarding each economic year, the assessment comprises the company s activity, the performance and individual contributions to global success, which, will necessarily impact the attribution of the fixed and variable components of the remuneration plan of each member. The effective payment of at least fifty per cent of the variable remuneration attributed to each executive director as a result of the individual and company s performance assessment is deferred for a three years period. This deferred variable remuneration is attributed according with the Share Attribution Plan, under the terms of the respective regulation, which is attached as an appendix to this proposal. The Remuneration Policy contemplates roles in companies in domain or group relationship. The Remuneration Policy of the company maintains the principle of non-attribution of remuneration or compensation to directors, or members of other statutory governing bodies, in case of termination of the mandate, either at the end of the mandate period or, by any reason, before the end of the mandate period, always in compliance with legal requirements on this matter. The Remuneration and Compensation policy does not include any benefit system, namely pension plans, involving members of the statutory governing bodies, fiscal bodies and remaining key management staff ( dirigentes ). To ensure effectiveness and transparency of the objectives of the Remuneration and Compensation Policy, executive directors: - have not signed contracts with the company or third parties aimed at mitigating the risk inherent to changes in the remuneration that was set by the company;
6 - have not sold, in 2012, year of the term of their mandate, nor shall they sell during the new mandate, shares of the company that were attributed as variable remuneration, up to the limit of two and a half times the value of the total annual remuneration, except those which need to be sold to cover tax payments which may arise following the attribution of those same shares. 2. According to the principles defined, remuneration and compensation of members of the statutory governing bodies follows these guidelines: Executive Directors The remuneration and compensation policy for executive directors includes, in its structure, control mechanisms, being dependant on individual and global performance, preventing behaviours which may lead to excessive risk assumption. This objective is also ensured by the fact that each Key Performance Indicator (KPI) has a maximum limit. Remuneration of the executive directors will generally include two components: (i) a fixed remuneration, including a Base Salary and an annual responsibility allowance, established on an annual basis (ii) a variable remuneration, paid in the first half of the following year to which it relates, and conditional to the achievement of goals set in the previous year, divided in two parcels (a) a Short Term Variable Bonus, payable immediately after its attribution, and (b) a Medium Term Variable Bonus, which will be payable on the third anniversary of the granting date, considering that exposing executive directors to fluctuations in the share price is the most appropriate way to align the Directors interests with those of shareholders. (i) The fixed remuneration of the executive director is defined according to personal skills and to the responsibility level of each Executive Director and will be reviewed annually. Each Executive Director is attributed a job grade, internally known as Functional Group. Executive Directors are assigned to Functional Groups Group Leader, Group Senior Executive or Senior Executive. Functional Groups are structured according to Hay s international job grading model of corporate functions, with the objective of facilitating market comparisons and internal equality. (ii) The variable remuneration aims at directing and rewarding directors for the accomplishment of pre-defined objectives, based on the performance of the company, of work teams under their responsibility and of its own individual performance, and is attributed once the year s result is known and performance assessment has been concluded. (a) Short Term Variable Bonus Aims at rewarding the achievement of predefined objectives, based on Business KPIs and on Personal KPIs. Business KPIs, with a significant part of economic and financial indicators, account for 70% of the annual performance bonus and are made up of objective indicators. The remaining 30% result from Personal KPIs, which can include both subjective and objective indicators.
7 (b) Medium Term Bonus Aims at strengthening the executive directors loyalty to the company, aligning his/her interests with those of shareholders and at enhancing the impact of his/her performance in the overall performance of the company. The amounts of the Medium Term Bonus correspond to, at least, 100% of the short term variable bonus, meaning that the Medium Term Bonus corresponds to, at least, 50% of the total variable remuneration. The amount in euro is divided by the he average closing share price, to determine the number of shares to be granted. The amount converted in shares will be adjusted for any changes occurred in equity or dividends (Total Shareholder s Return) for a deferred period of 3 years. On the vesting date, shares are delivered at nil cost. The Company has the choice to settle in cash instead of shares. Considering the two componentes of the variable remuneration, the pre-defined target will vary between 30% and 60% of the total anual remuneration (fixed remuneration and targeted variable remuneration). When assessing the accomplishment, the attributable value will range from a minimum limit of 0% and a maximum limit of 120% of the target previously defined. Non Executive Directors The remuneration of non executive directors is determined according to market data and based on the following principles: (1) payment of a fixed remuneration, dependent on the presence at the Board of Directors and Board Nomination and Remunerations Committee and Board Audit and Finance Committee meetings; (2) payment of an annual responsibility allowance. There is no payment of a variable remuneration of any kind. Fiscal Board Remuneration of members of the Fiscal Board of the company is made up solely of a fixed amount in accordance with fees for similar services and market practices. There is no payment of a variable remuneration of any kind. This remuneration includes an annual responsibility allowance. Statutory External Auditor The Statutory External Auditor of the company is remunerated in accordance with fees for similar services and market practices, by proposal of the Fiscal Board and the Board Audit and Finance Committee. Board of the Shareholders General Meeting Remuneration of the members of the Board of the General Shareholders Meeting is made up of a fixed amount, based on the Company situation and market practices.
8 Key Management Staff ( Dirigentes ) In accordance with number 3 Article 248-B of the Portuguese Securities Markets Code, managers with regular access to relevant information and that take part in the strategy and decision making process are considered Dirigentes (Key Management Staff). The Remunerations Committee proposes that the remuneration policy of Key Management Staff is similar to the remuneration of other Senior Staff with similar job and responsibility levels without any additional benefits when compared to conditions for the same functional group. 3. Compliance with Recommendation II of the Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM) According to the requirements of this Recommendation we hereby declare: (i) that entities considered as benchmark for the definition of remuneration are those referred above in item number 1; (ii) that no payments were made regarding dismissal or termination of functions of directors. Maia, 21 February 2013 The Remunerations Committee, Belmiro Mendes de Azevedo José Fernando Oliveira de Almeida Corte Real.
9 ATTRIBUTION PLAN OF SONAE CAPITAL SHARES (Medium term variable bonus MTVB) Characteristics and Regulation 1. Characteristics of MTVB MTVB is one of the components of Sonae Capital s Remuneration and Compensation Policy. This component is distinct from others due to its restrictive and volunteer nature, with attribution conditional to the eligibility rules described in this document. MTVB allows participants to share with shareholders value created, through their direct intervention in strategy definition and business management, based on the result of the annual performance evaluation. 2. Scope of MTVB MTVB aims to align executive directors interests with the objectives of the organisation, strengthening their commitment and the perception of the importance of their performance to Sonae Capital s success, reflected in the market capitalisation of the share. The amount of MTVB attributable to each member corresponds to the total medium term bonus attributed to executive directors under the terms of the Remuneration and Compensation Policy approved by the Shareholders General Meeting. 3.Elegibility Executive directors are eligible for the attribution of Sonae Capital s MTVB. According to the remuneration policy, the Board of Directors may also extend the MTVB to staff members. MTVB corresponds to 50% of total remuneration set as objective. 4. Duration of MTVB MTVB is set on an annual basis, for a period of three years. From the beginning of the third consecutive plan, in each moment, three plans with a three year duration will coexist. 5. MTVB reference amount The MTVB amount in euro is valued at the date of attribution using prices which represent the price of the share, considering the lower of the following: closing share price of the first day of trading after the General Meeting of Shareholders or the average closing share price of the thirty-day period of trading prior to the General Meeting of Shareholders. Members entitled to MTVB have the right to acquire a number of shares corresponding to the division between the amount of MTVB granted and the price of the share at the date of attribution calculated under the terms of the previous paragraph. Such right can be exercised three years after attribution.
10 Executive directors eligible for MTVB, acquire shares without paying any cash consideration. Other staff entitled to that right, acquire shares in the conditions established by the Board of Directors.. If dividends are distributed, changes in the nominal value of shares or in the share capital of the company occur or any other change in equity with impact in the economic value of attributed rights, after the granting date and before its exercise, the amount converted in shares will be adjusted to an equivalent figure considering the effect of the mentioned changes. 6. Delivery by the Company On the vesting date of the MTVB plan, the company reserves the right to settle in cash, equivalent to the market value as at the date of the respective delivery, instead of shares. 7. Due date of MTVB The right to acquire shares granted via MTVB expires three years after its attribution. 8. Conditions to exercise acquisition rights The right to exercise acquisition rights of shares granted under MTVB plans expires if the contractual link between the member and the company ceases before the three year period subsequent to its attribution, not withstanding situations included in the following paragraphs. The right will remain valid in case of permanent incapacity or death of the member, in which case payment is made to the member himself or to his/her heirs on the vesting date. In case of retirement of the member, the attributed right can be exercised in the respective vesting date.
11 EFANOR INVESTIMENTOS, SGPS, SA To the Chairman of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Lugar do Espido Via Norte Maia (Translation from the Portuguese Original) Item number 5 PROPOSAL We propose that a resolution is passed to elect the following members to the new mandate: a) Board of the Shareholders General Meeting Chairman: António Agostinho Cardoso da Conceição Guedes Secretary: Maria Daniela Farto Baptista Passos b) Board of Directors: Belmiro Mendes de Azevedo Álvaro Carmona e Costa Portela Francisco de La Fuente Sánchez Maria Cláudia Teixeira de Azevedo Paulo José Jubilado Soares de Pinho Ivone Maria Pinho Teixeira da Silva c) Fiscal Board: Chairman: Manuel Heleno Sismeiro Member: Armando Luís Vieira Magalhães Member: Jorge Manuel Felizes Morgado Substitute: Carlos Manuel Pereira da Silva d) Remuneration Committee: Chairman: Efanor Investimentos, SGPS, SA, represented by Belmiro Mendes de Azevedo Member: José Fernando Oliveira de Almeida Corte Real SEDE: AVENIDA DA BOAVISTA 1277/81 4º PORTO PORTUGAL TEL FAX: CAPITAL SOCIAL MATRICULADA NA CRC DO PORTO COM O Nº ÚNICO DE MATRÍCULA E PESSOA COLECTIVA
12 EFANOR INVESTIMENTOS, SGPS, SA Two To set that the members of the Board of Directors shall provide a guarantee for their responsibilities for an amount of 250,000 euro (two hundred and fifty thousand euro), by any means permitted by Law; Three To authorise Directors to hold positions, besides those currently held, on the Board of Directors of affiliated companies in which the proponent company holds, directly or indirectly, a controlling interest, having access to all the information under the terms and for the effects of number 4 of article 398 of the Portuguese Company Law. Information required by paragraph d) of number 1 of article 289 of the Portuguese Company Law is included as an appendix to this proposal. Porto, 21 February 2013 On behalf of the Board of Directors,
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14 Governing Bodies of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Curriculum Vitae AGOSTINHO CARDOSO GUEDES CURRICULUM VITAE Personal Information Name: António Agostinho Cardoso da Conceição Guedes Date and Place of Birth: 04 June 1961, Paranhos, Porto e.mail: Education Graduation in Law by Portuguese Catholic University, Oporto s Regional Centre, 22 July Master in Legal-Civil Sciences by Faculty of Law of Coimbra, in 9 May PhD in Legal-Civil Sciences by Faculty of Law of Portuguese Catholic University, 18 October Professional Experience Assistant at Portuguese Catholic University, Oporto s Regional Centre, since October Assistant professor of Oporto s School of Faculty of Law of Portuguese Catholic University since Chairman of the National Evaluation Comission of the Order of Lawyers in the year of Chairman of Oporto s School of Faculty of Law of Portuguese Catholic University, since May Consultant of Morais Leitão, Galvão Telles, Soares da Silva e Associados Sociedade de Advogados RL. Arbitrator of the Commercial Arbitration Institute (Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry/Oporto Chamber of Commerce and Industry). Member of the Advisory Board of Católica Porto Business School. Member of the General Board of Center for Judicial Studies Founding partner of Portuguese Arbitration Association. Positions held in Other Companies Chairman of General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA since Chairman of General Meeting of Sonae Investimentos, SGPS, SA since Page 1 of 2
15 Governing Bodies of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Curriculum Vitae Member of General Meeting of Sonae Indústria, SGPS, SA since Member of General Meeting of Sonaecom, SGPS, SA since Number of shares held in Sonae Capital SGPS SA 3724 (three thousand seven hundred and twenty four) Page 2 of 2
16 Statement I hereby declare, as required by law, that, as a member of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA, I do not incur in any of the incompatibilities referred to in number 1 of Article 414-A of the Portuguese Company Law, nor am I involved in any circumstance capable of affecting my independence under the terms of number 5 of Article 414 of the Portuguese Company Law, applicable under the terms of article 374 A of the same Law. I will immediately disclose to the company any event that, in the course of the mandate, generates incompatibilities or loss of independence under the terms of the legal requirements. Porto, 21 February 2013 António Agostinho Guedes
17 Governing Bodies of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Curriculum Vitae Personal Information Name: Maria Daniela Farto Baptista Passos Date and Local of Birth: 5 July 1975, St. Ildefonso, Porto Residence: Amadeu de Sousa Cardoso Street, no th west; Porto Phone no: e.mail: Academic Degrees Graduation in Law by Faculty of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University Porto, in July 1999, with a final grade of 17 (seventeen) values. Prémio Professor Francisco Carvalho Guerra for the best final grade in Law Graduation of the Portuguese Catholic University Porto, school year of 1998/1999. Full frequency of Legal and Commercial Sciences Specialization Course of Faculty of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University Porto, with a final grade of 18 (eighteen) values; Master in Law, area of Legal and Commercial Sciences, January 2004, with a final grade of 18 (eighteen) values. Professional Experience Advocacy Internship concluded, under coordination of Training Centre of the District of Porto Council of the Portuguese Lawyers Association, in Assistant Intern of Faculty of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University Porto, between 2000 and Member of the Board of Faculty of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University Porto, between 2002 and Assistant in School of Law of Portuguese Catholic University Porto, since Professor in Business Law and the Companies Law Postgraduate Course, of Faculty of Law of the Portuguese Catholic University - Lisbon, since Co-author of Manual das Sociedades Anónimas Verlag Dashöfer, between 2005 and Page 1 of 2
18 Governing Bodies of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Curriculum Vitae Trainer of the Council Training Centre of the Order of Lawyers of Porto between 2006 and Professor of Commercial Law at the Philosophy and Company Development Course, of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Catholic University of Portugal - Braga in Member of the General Meeting of Shareholders of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA since December Admitted in PhD in Law from the Law School of the Catholic University of Oporto, since Professor of Commercial Law at the Banking and Insurance Master, of the Faculty in Economics and Management, of the Catholic University of Portugal Porto, since Teacher in several Courses, Seminars and Post-Graduations in the area of Company Law and Securities Law. Publications O Direito de Exoneração dos Accionistas Das Suas Causas, Coimbra Editora, Alterações ao Contrato de Sociedade, in AA.VV. Manual das Sociedades Anónimas, Lisbon: Verlag Dashöfer, 2006, Unit 4, Chapter 4, Subchapter 3, pages Direito de Exoneração dos Accionistas no CSC, in AA.VV. Manual das Sociedades Anónimas, Lisbon: Verlag Dashöfer, 2007, Unit 6, Chapter 3, Subchapter 5, pages O Princípio da Tipicidade e os Valores Mobiliários, in AA. VV. Jornadas Sociedades Abertas, Valores Mobiliários e Intermediação Financeira, Coimbra: Almedina, 2007, pages Direito de Exclusão: Fundamento e Admissibilidade nas Sociedades Anónimas, in AA.VV. Estudos em Memória do Professor Doutor Paulo M. Sendin, Lisbon: UCP publisher, 2012, pages Da Cláusula Resolutiva Expressa, in AA.VV. Estudos em Homenagem ao Professor Doutor Heinrich Ewald Hörster, Coimbra: Almedina, Page 2 of 2
19 Statement I hereby declare, as required by law, that, as a member of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA, I do not incur in any of the incompatibilities referred to in number 1 of Article 414-A of the Portuguese Company Law, nor am I involved in any circumstance capable of affecting my independence under the terms of number 5 of Article 414 of the Portuguese Company Law, applicable under the terms of article 374 A of the same Law. I will immediately disclose to the company any event that, in the course of the mandate, generates incompatibilities or loss of independence under the terms of the legal requirements. Porto, 21 February 2013 Daniela Baptista Passos
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21 Belmiro Mendes de Azevedo Chairman and CEO of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Age: 75 Nationality: Portuguese Education: Graduation in Chemical Engineering - Porto University (1964) PMD (Programme for Management Development) - Harvard Business School (1973) Financial Management Programme - Stanford University (1985) Strategic Management - Wharton University (1987) Global Strategy University of California (1995) Positions held in Group Companies: Chairman of the Board of Directors of the following companies: - SC, SGPS, SA - Spred SGPS SA Positions held in Other Companies: Chairman of APGEI - Portuguese Association of Industrial Engineering and Management (1985) Member of the Advisory Board of the Faculty of Economics of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Business School (1985) Founding Member of Institute of Business Studies (ISEE), currently EGP-UPBS (University of Porto Business School) (1989) Member of the Advisory Board of IPATIMUP Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology of Porto University (1990) Member of WBCSD Order of Outstanding Contributors to Sustainable Development (1995) Member of European Union Hong-Kong Business Cooperation Committee (1997) Member of INSEAD Portuguese Council ( ) Member of International Advisory Board of Allianz AG ( ) Member of Regional Advisory Board of London Business School ( ) Member of the Board of Directors of COTEC Portugal ( ) Member of European Round Table of Industrialists ( ) Founding Member of Founding Council of Forum Manufuture Portugal (2005) Member of European Advisory Board of Harvard Business School (Since 2005) Chairman of the Board of Directors of EGP-UPBS ( ) Main Professional activities in the last five years: Chairman of the Board of Directors of EGP-UPBS (Since July 2011) Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sonae, SGPS, SA (Since 2007) Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sonae Indústria, SGPS, SA (Since 2005) and CEO of Sonae Indústria SGPS SA (Since 2012) Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sonae Capital SGPS, SA (Since 2007) and CEO of Sonae Capital, SGPS, S.A. Chairman of the Board of Directors of the following sub-holdings: - Sonae Turismo, SGPS, SA ( ) - Spred SGPS SA (Desde 2007) - SC, SGPS, SA (Desde 2007)
22 Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alpessego Sociedade Agrícola, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Águas Furtadas Sociedade Agrícola, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Casa Agrícola de Ambrães, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Efanor Investimentos, SGPS, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Praça Foz - Sociedade Imobiliária, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Prosa Produtos e Serviços Agrícolas, SA Chairman of the Board of Directors of Setimanale - SGPS, SA Sole Director of BA - Business Angels, SGPS, SA Sonae Capital shares held: 837,000 shares held directly or by family 155,667,947 shares held through Efanor Investimentos, SGPS, SA
23 Álvaro Carmona e Costa Portela Executive Director of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Age: 61 Nationality: Portuguese Education: Graduation in Mechanical Engineering FEUP (1974) Master in Business Administration MBA (Universidade Nova de Lisboa 1983) AMP / ISMP Harvard Business School Positions held in Group Companies: Positions held in Other Companies: Member of the Board of Directors of the following companies: SC, SGPS, SA Sonae Turismo, SGPS, SA Spred, SGPS, SA Non-Executive Director of the following companies: COPAM Companhia Portuguesa de Amidos, SA Casa Agrícola HMR, SA Sonae, SGPS, SA Sonae RP Victor and Graça Carmona e Costa Foundation Belmiro de Azevedo Foundation SPDI-SECURE PROPERTY Development & Investment plc Non Executive Chairman of MAF Properties (UAE) Member of the Investment Committee do European Prime Shopping Centre Fund (Germany) Member of the Investment Advisory Committee of the PanEuropean Property Limited Partnership (United Kingdom) Main Professional activities in the last five years: Executive Chairman of Sonae Sierra SGPS and all of its companies Executive Director and Vice-President of Sonae SGPS, SA Trustee of ESCT European Shopping Centre Trust (United Kingdom) Member of the International Advisory Board Member of Eurohypo (Germany) Trustee and Member of the International Advisory Board of ICSC International Council of Shopping Centres (USA) Since 2010 Chairman (until 2012) and Member of the Board of Representatives Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto Trustee of the Urban Land Institute (USA) Since 2011 Director of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Director of Sonae RP Sonae Capital shares held: 3,242 shares directly held
24 Francisco de La Fuente Sánchez Non Executive Director of Sonae Capital, SGPS, SA Age: 71 Nationality: Portuguese Education: Graduation in Electro technical Engineering - Instituto Superior Técnico (1965) Positions held in Group Companies: Positions held in Other Companies: Main professional activities in the last five years: - Chairman of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of Iberwind Desenvolvimento e Projectos, SA Chairman of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of APEDS - Portuguese Association of Engineers for Social Development Co-option member of Instituto Superior Técnico School Council Non Executive Vice-President of the Board of Directors of EFACEC Capital Chairman of the Board of AAAIST Alumni Association of Instituto Superior Técnico Chairman of the General Council of PROFORUM Chairman of the National Council of the Electro technical Engineering Board of the Engineers Institute Member of the Patronage of Hidroeléctrica del Cantábrico Foundation Member of the Consulting Council of the Competitiveness Forum Honorary Chairman of Hidroeléctrica del Cantábrico, SA Member of the Curators Council of the Luso-Brazilian Foundation Member of the Ibero American Forum Member of the Curators Council of the Luso-Spanish Foundation In the EDP Group and Electrical Sector in Portugal: Chairman of EDP Foundation Advisor to the Board of Directors of EDP Energias de Portugal, SA Chairman of ELECPOR - Associação Portuguesa das Empresas do Sector Eléctrico Chairman of the Board of Directors of EDP - Energias de Portugal, SA In the Electrical Sector outside Portugal: Since Honorary Chairman of Hidroeléctrica del Cantábrico, SA Board Member of Hidroeléctrica del Cantábrico, SA Noutros Sectores: Desde Non-Executive Vice President of the Board of Directors of EFACEC Capital Desde 2010 Chairman of the Board of the Shareholders General Meeting of Iberwind Desenvolvimento e Projectos, SA Desde Co-option member of Instituto Superior Técnico School Council Desde Chairman of the General Council of PROFORUM - Chairman of the National Council of the Electro technical Engineering Board of the Engineers Institute Desde Member of the Patronage of Hidroeléctrica del Cantábrico Foundation
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