Rome, April 21st, 2020 – Enel S.p.A. (“Enel” or the “Company”) informs that upon expiry of the legal deadline set at midnight of yesterday, two slates of candidates for the office of Director of the Company have been filed at Enel’s registered office, in view of the renewal of the Board of Directors due to expiry of its term put on the agenda at the ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting convened for May 14th, 2020 in a single call.
Specifically, one slate has been filed by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, which owns approximately 23.585% of Enel’s share capital, while the other slate has been filed by a group of mutual funds and other institutional investors (), which together own approximately 2.241% of Enel’s share capital.
The slate filed by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance is composed of the following candidates:
1. Michele Alberto Fabiano Crisostomo (*);
2. Costanza Esclapon (*);
3. Francesco Starace;
4. Alberto Marchi (*);
5. Mirella Pellegrini (*);
6. Mariana Mazzucato (*).
The slate filed by the abovementioned group of mutual funds and other institutional investors is composed of the following candidates:
1. Anna Chiara Svelto (*);
2. Cesare Calari (*);
3. Samuel Georg Friedrich Leupold (*).
The abovementioned slates and the relevant accompanying documentation will be made available to the public by April 23rd, 2020 at the Company’s registered office, on its website (www.enel.com), as well as on the authorized storage mechanism “eMarket Storage” (www.emarketstorage.com).
With reference to the further items on the agenda of the abovementioned Enel’s Shareholders’ Meeting concerning the renewal of the Board of Directors, the shareholder Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, while filing its slate of candidates for the office of Director of the Company, has furthermore expressed its intention to propose the appointment of the candidate Michele Alberto Fabiano Crisostomo as Chair of the new Board of Directors.
() These investors are: Aberdeen Standard Investments; Allianz Global Investors Fund; Amundi Asset Management SGR S.p.A.; Amundi Luxembourg S.A.; Anima SGR S.p.A.; APG Asset Management N.V.; Arca Fondi SGR S.p.A.; Bancoposta Fondi S.p.A. SGR; Belfius Investments Partners; Candriam; Epsilon SGR S.p.A.; Eurizon Capital S.A.; Eurizon Capital SGR S.p.A.; Fidelity Funds – SICAV; Fideuram Asset Management Ireland; Fideuram Investimenti SGR S.p.A.; Generali Investments Luxembourg S.A; Generali Investments Partners S.p.A. SGR; Interfund Sicav; Kairos Partners SGR S.p.A.; Legal & General Investment Management; Lyxor Asset Management; Mediolanum Gestione Fondi SGR S.p.A.; Mediolanum International Funds Limited; NN Investment Partners; Pramerica Sicav; Robeco Umbrella Fund I N.V.
(*) Candidate who declared to hold the independence requirements provided for by both the law (articles 147-ter, paragraph 4 and 148, paragraph 3 of the Consolidated Financial Act) and article 3 of the 2018 edition of the Italian Corporate Governance Code.