Appointment of Ms. Yu Serizawa to the Renault Board of Directors
The Renault Board of Directors of December 12, 2016 appointed Ms. Yu Serizawa, as director proposed by Nissan. She replaces Ms. Yuriko Koike, who resigned on July 27, 2016, for the remaining duration of the term, i.e. until the 2017 Annual General Meeting.
Yu Serizawa, President of Forma Corporation and Advisor to the President of Mori Building Company Limited, started her career at Crédit Lyonnais, firstly in Paris and then in the Tokyo office as an analyst and chief economist. She founded InfoPlus Inc and then Forma Corporation. She became Senior Advisor for Japan to the World Economic Forum, and since 2000, she has been Advisor to the President of Mori Building Company Limited. Today she is also Director General for International Affairs of the Science and Technology in Society (STS) Forum.
Yu Serizawa, 58 years, is a Knight of the National Order of Merit.
Resignation of Mr. Hiroto Saikawa as Director
The Board of directors noted the resignation of Mr. Saikawa, submitted to the Chairman of the Board today. Mr. Saikawa was Director proposed by Nissan since December 2006. A new Director will be proposed by Nissan and elected in the next Renault Board of Directors.
2017 Annual General Meeting
The Renault Shareholders’ Annual General Meeting take place on Thursday June 15, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at the Palais des Congrès (2, place de la porte Maillot 75017 Paris). The agenda of this Annual General Meeting will be published in April 2017.
The ex-dividend date for shares is set at Wednesday June 21, 2017 and payment will take place on Friday June 23, 2017.
About Groupe Renault
A carmaker since 1898, Groupe Renault is an international group with a presence in 125 countries, which sold more than 2.8 million vehicles in 2015. Today, it brings together more than 120,000 employees, has 36 manufacturing sites and 12,000 points of sale around the world. In order to address the great technological challenges of the future and pursue its profitable growth strategy, the Group is concentrating on its international development, the complementarity of its three brands (Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors), electric vehicles and its unique alliance with Nissan. With a new Formula 1 stable and a strong commitment to Formula E, Renault is using automotive sport to drive innovation, image and brand awareness.