• Dividend of 5.30 euros
  • Beñat Ortega takes office as Chief Executive Officer
  • New composition of the Board of Directors

Regulatory News:

Gecina (Paris:GFC):

The Combined General Meeting on April 21, 2022, chaired by Mr Jérôme Brunel, approved all of the resolutions, including the payment of a dividend of 5.30 euros per share for 2021. A 50% interim dividend, representing 2.65 euros per share, was paid out previously on March 3. The balance on the dividend, representing 2.65 euros per share, will have an ex-dividend date of July 4, 2022 and will be paid on July 6, 2022.

This General Meeting also ratified various significant changes to the composition of the Group’s governance bodies.

Beñat Ortega takes office as Chief Executive Officer

Beñat Ortega became Gecina’s Chief Executive Officer following this General Meeting, replacing Méka Brunel, whose term of office as Chief Executive Officer expired in accordance with the bylaws. Before joining Gecina, Beñat Ortega, an École Centrale Paris alumni, was the Klépierre group’s Chief Operating Officer from 2016 and a member of its Executive Board from 2020.

New composition of the Board of Directors

In addition to the appointment of two new directors, the General Meeting approved the reappointment of Ms Gabrielle Gauthey. The terms of office of Ms Gabrielle Gauthey, Ms Carole Le Gall and Mr Jacques Stern as Directors will run for four years through to the end of the General Meeting convened to approve the financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2025.

Following the General Meeting, the Board of Directors is made up of 10 members, with 70% independent directors based on the independence criteria from the AFEP-MEDEF Code and 50% women directors.

The composition of the Board of Directors is as follows:

  • Mr Jérôme Brunel (*), Chairman
  • Ms Laurence Danon Arnaud (*)
  • Ms Dominique Dudan (*)
  • Ms Gabrielle Gauthey (*)
  • Mr Claude Gendron
  • Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc. represented by Mr Karim Habra
  • Ms Carole Le Gall (*)
  • Predica, represented by Mr Matthieu Lance
  • Ms Inès Reinmann Toper (*)
  • Mr Jacques Stern (*)

(*) Independent directors

Composition of the committees

The Board of Directors met following the General Meeting and decided to modify the composition of the committees, with the exception of the Governance, Appointments and Compensation Committee. The composition of the committees is now as follows:

Audit and Risks Committee (six directors, including four independent directors)

  • Jacques Stern (*), Chairman
  • Laurence Danon Arnaud (*)
  • Gabrielle Gauthey (*)
  • Claude Gendron
  • Matthieu Lance, permanent representative of Predica
  • Inès Reinmann Toper (*)

Governance, Appointments and Compensation Committee (three directors, including two independent directors)

  • Dominique Dudan (*), Chairwoman
  • Gabrielle Gauthey (*)
  • Claude Gendron

Strategic and Investment Committee (four directors, including two independent directors)

  • Karim Habra, permanent representative of Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc., Chairman
  • Jérôme Brunel (*)
  • Matthieu Lance, permanent representative of Predica
  • Jacques Stern (*)

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee (three directors, all independent)

  • Gabrielle Gauthey (*), Chairwoman
  • Laurence Danon Arnaud (*)
  • Carole Le Gall (*).

Compliance and Ethics Committee (three directors, all independent)

  • Inès Reinmann Toper (*), Chairwoman
  • Dominique Dudan (*)
  • Carole Le Gall (*).

(*) Independent directors

About Gecina

As a specialist for centrality and uses, Gecina operates innovative and sustainable living spaces. The Group owns, manages and develops Europe’s leading office portfolio, with over 97% located in the Paris Region, and a portfolio of residential assets and student residences, with over 9,000 apartments. These portfolios are valued at 20.1 billion euros at end-2021.

Gecina has firmly established its focus on innovation and its human approach at the heart of its strategy to create value and deliver on its purpose: “Empowering shared human experiences at the heart of our sustainable spaces”. For our 100,000 clients, this ambition is supported by our client-centric brand YouFirst. It is also positioned at the heart of UtilesEnsemble, our program setting out our solidarity-based commitments to the environment, to people and to the quality of life in cities.

Gecina is a French real estate investment trust (SIIC) listed on Euronext Paris, and is part of the SBF 120, CAC Next 20, CAC Large 60 and Euronext 100 indices. Gecina is also recognized as one of the top-performing companies in its industry by leading sustainability benchmarks and rankings (GRESB, Sustainalytics, MSCI, ISS ESG and CDP).

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GECINA Financial communications Samuel Henry-Diesbach Tel: +33 (0)1 40 40 52 22 samuelhenry-diesbach@gecina.fr Virginie Sterling Tel: +33 (0)1 40 40 62 48 virginiesterling@gecina.fr

Press relations Julien Landfried Tel: +33 (0)1 40 40 65 74 julienlandfried@gecina.fr Armelle Miclo Tel: +33 (0)1 40 40 51 98 armellemiclo@gecina.fr

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