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Roberto MENGUCCI
Chairman of the Supervisory Board and the Chairman of Remuneration Committee

Mr R. Mengucci is a graduate from La Sapienza University in Rome, Mechanical Engineering (1987), he has a fluent command of English, French and Spanish.

Since July 2008 he is the Director of International Business Development of Autostrade per l`Italia S.p.A., responsible for the position of the Group on the international market.

In years 2004-2008 he was the Vice-President M&A of Finmeccaninca in Italy, responsible for acquisitions, mergers, sale strategic alliances of the Finmeccanica Group.

Previously he held senior positions within the Corporate Finance Areas of Telecom Italia (in corporate finance area), i.e. in a period 1999-2004 he worked as the Country Manager in the management of the group`s international portfolio, and between 1996-1999 he worked as M&A and Business Development Project Manager, responsible for a number of acquisitions, primarily in Latin America and the Mediterranean Basin. In years 1989-1996 he was the Project Manager in the International Department of Enel S.p.A.

Mr. Roberto Mengucci holds numerous managing positions in the entities of the Atlantia Group inter alia the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sociedad Concesionaria Costanera Norte S.A., Sociedad Concesionaria Autopista Vespucio Sur S.A., Sociedad Concesionaria Autopista Nueva Vespucio Sur S.A., Sociedad Concesionaria Litoral Central S.A., Sociedad Concesionaria Autopista Nororiente Sur S.A., Sociedad Concesionaria AMB S.A., Director of Pune Solarpur Expressways Private Limited, Autostrade dell’ Atlantico s.r.l., Grupo Costanera S.p.A., Sociedad Concesionaria de los Lagos S.A., AB Concessões S.A., Triangulo do Sol Auto-Estradas S.A., Concessinaria da Rodovia MG-050 S.A., Rodovias das Colinas S.A.) and AlternateDirector w Concesisionaria Rodovias do Tietĕ S.A.

Aleksander GALOS
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Chairman of the Audit Committee and Member of the Remuneration Committee

Legal Counsel, a graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
Aleksander Galos worked at the Faculty of Law at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków as a junior assistant professor for a few years. Mr Galos passed judicial exam in 1987 and became a legal counsel in 1994. He also completed post-graduate studies in management at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). In March 1992, he started working with Hogan & Hartson (H&H) in Poland. In July 1992, he was appointed head of the Prime Minister's Executive Office, to come back to H&H in February 1994. He managed the Hogan & Hartson M. Jamka A. Galos Sp.k. law firm until 2008, where he was in charge of the Infrastructure Project Team. He advised clients in matters of company law, public-private partnership, project finance as well as administrative and civil law, with a special focus on public finance, public procurement, offset mechanisms, fair competition and motorway construction. In 2008-2010, he was Vice-president of Eko-Park S.A., and today is the Director of the Legal and Regulatory Office of PGE EJ1 sp. z o. o., a company which works on the construction of the first Polish nuclear power plant.

Aleksander Galos is a member of the Supervisory Board at ING Bank Śląski S.A., and in the years 2002-2011 was a member of the Bank Council at Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. and previously at PKO BP S.A. In 2016, he was appointed judge at the Polish Power Exchange Court.

Stefano ROSSI
Secretary of the Supervisory Board

Mr. Stefano Rossi holds a Law Degree from University "La Sapienza" of Rome and passed the Bar Exams at District Court of Appeals in Rome.

In 1988 he was employed as in-house attorney at the EFIM Group.
In 1991 he joined the Telecom Italia Group as in-house legal counsel.
From 1995 to 2000 he worked for the International Legal Department of STET International S.p.A.
In years 2000-2003 he took the responsibility of Vice President of Subsidiaries` Corporate Affairs of TIM S.p.A. (Italian mobile operator).
In years 2003-2006 he served as Vice-President of International Legal Affairs of TIM S.p.A.
In years 2006-2010 he served as Vice President of International Commercial Contracts and Legal Compliance of Telecom Italia Group.
Between 2002-2006 he was a Member of the Board of Directors of TIM Hellas Telecommunications S.A. (Greek mobile Operator) and of Corporacion Digitel C.A. (Venezuelan mobile operator).

From October 2002 he was also a Member and the Secretary of the Board of Directors of BLU S.p.A. (at the time the Italian fourth mobile operator) until the merger into TIM S.p.A.
During the second half of 2010 he served as Executive Vice-President of Legal and Regulatory Affairs of Telecom Italia Sparkle S.p.A.

The above responsibilities have allowed Mr. Rossi to participate and lead major cross-border and multinational transactions for Telecom Italia/TIM Group.
In January 2011-he joined Autostrade per l’Italia S.p.A and served until April 2015, within the Legal Department, as Head of International Business Development Projects.
Currently Mr. Rossi is the Head of International Legal Affairs of Atlantia S.p.A.
He is also a Member of Board of Directors of Autostrade dell`Atlantico S.p.A. and Autostrade Holding do Sur, Chile.

Marco PACE
Member of the Supervisory Board, Member of Audit Committee

Chief Controlling Officer in Atlantia S.p.A. since February 2015, born in 1968, he graduated in Business Administration from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in Rome and he is a chartered accountant and auditor.

He is board member in some Atlantia S.p.A. Group subsidiaries.

Until January 2015 as Chief Strategic Planning & Control Officer of the OTB Group.

Before that, he held several management positions, gaining international experience in the fields of planning and controlling in various multinational groups: EDS, Siemens, Omnitel/Vodafone.

From 2005 to 2008 he was Head of Planning and Controlling of Autostrade per l`Italia.

Massimo SONEGO
Member of the Supervisory Board

Mr. M. Sonego has a degree in business economics from Milan’s Bocconi University and completed a Program in International Management at Montreal’s McGill University.
Head of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations of Atlantia S.p.A.
He is board member in foreign Group subsidiaries.
Before joining the Atlantia Group in 2002 he worked at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Edizione Holding.

Flavio Ferrari
Member of the Supervisory Board

Mr Flavio Ferrari is a graduate from the University of Bologna in Mechanical Engineering (2002) and Master of Business Administration cum Laude (MBA) from SDA Bocconi, Milan (2016). Mr Ferrari also accomplished executive education and concentrations in the USA at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in Deals Strategy and Negotiations (2016), in the UK at the London Business School in Corporate Finance - Valuation (2010) and in Toulouse, France, at ISAE-SUPAERO, in Aerodynamics (2000).

Mr Ferrari developed his Master thesis at the Alstom-ABB research center in Switzerland and later started his career at Alstom Power in Baden, Switzerland. He then joined the Falck Renewables group in Milan to deal with Operation&Maintenance and Business Development projects in Italy, Spain and Greece.

In 2008 he joined the Milan organization of BKW, a Zurich-listed utility headquartered in Bern, Switzerland. There he covered multiple roles in Business Development, Project Management, Operations and Strategy. During this period he negotiated and closed multiple acquisition deals in Italy and France of both assets and service companies. He was appointed Managing Director and member of the board within several entities controlled by the BKW Group.

He has joined Atlantia S.p.A. in Rome since March 2017 as Area Manager of overseas investments. Currently his portfolio comprises investments in Poland and the USA and he is member of the Board in other entities controlled by Atlantia.

Beyond the Italian mother tongue, Mr Ferrari is fluent in English and has full working proficiency in French and German.

Tomasz Dobrowolski
Member of the Supervisory Board

Mr. Tomasz Dobrowolski is a legal counsel and advocate (currently not performing the profession of advocate).
He graduated from the Law Faculty at the University of Warsaw in 1974 and from post graduate course at the Law Faculty in Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.

In 1980 he passed legal counsel's exam and in 1986 was admitted to Advocates Bar. He is also a mediator.
After graduation he worked in the Polish Institute for International Affairs and then successively, after admittance to Legal Counsels' Bar in Warsaw, as a legal counsel in several foreign trade organisations, including Elektrim S.A.

Having started his private practice in 1990 he worked for a joint office of Nabarro Nathanson (member of the board of NN Polska) and WGM, in Allen and Overy (after its merger with NN Polska, partner - energy and infrastructure projects), Hogan and Hartson (partner - energy and infrastructure) and KL Gates (partner till mid 2015 - energy and infrastructure).

During his work he was a leader of various teams providing legal services in numerous investment projects based on bank financing and bond programs as well as merger and acquisitions projects, including projects in various jurisdictions.

In mid-2017, after a period of limited time work, he retired from an international law firm.

Mr. Tomasz Dobrowolski and Mr. Aleksander Galos meet the independence criteria provided for an independent member of the Remuneration Committee referred to in Appendix II to the European Commission Recommendation 2005/162/EC of 15 February 2005, on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board and recommendations included in the Best Practices of GPW (Warsaw Stock Exchange) Listed Companies 2016 and fulfill the independence criteria required of an independent Audit Committee member, as referred to in Art. 129(3) of the Act on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision dated 11 May 2017 (Dz. U. of 2017, item 1089) and § 3(5) of the Regulations of the Audit Committee.

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