PERNOD RICARD - Universal Registration Document 2019-2020

2. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Management structure

the Chairmen/Chairwomen of the Market Companies: — Pernod Ricard North America, Ann Mukherjee (1) , Chairwoman & CEO, — Pernod Ricard Asia, Philippe Guettat, Chairman and CEO, — Pernod Ricard Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America, — Gilles Bogaert, Chairman and CEO,

Pernod Ricard Global Travel Retail, Mohit Lal, Chairman and CEO, — Ricard SAS and Pernod SAS, Philippe Coutin, Chairman and CEO. —

Non-discrimination policy and diversity in Top Management 2.13.3 The policy is based on talent identification and management processes, as well as succession planning focused on performance and potential. Considerable effort has been made in recent years to ensure the quality and objectivity of the assessment. This resulted in the implementation last year of the “Let’s Talk Talent” assessment and calibration process powered by the Workday platform, deployed globally, and which ensures the greatest possible consistency in the personal development and career advancement process for all our employees.

the affiliates’ Management Committees. Each year, the General Management presents these diversity targets and the ways in which they are implemented to the Board of Directors. The General Management also informs the Board of Directors annually of the results obtained. Together, these initiatives have served to make the processes resulting in the selection of candidates and their assignment to the highest positions of responsibility in the Company more equitable, producing the following results over the recent period: on our “Top 500" (2) , the share of women rose from 19% to 26% — between 2015 and 2020; for the Executive Committee, the increase was from 7% to 27%; our S&R roadmap has a target of gender balance by 2030 (3) . —

In addition, on the heels of the global “Better Balance” initiative conducted from 2017 to 2019 on the two main dimensions of the Group’s diversity challenges (gender and nationality), the General Management and the Human Resources Department have been encouraged to identify measures specific to their own diversity challenges on at least these two dimensions and to make them objectives for the members of

(1) Ann Mukherjee succeeded Paul Duffy on 1 December 2019. (2) The “Top 500” comprised 457 employees in 2015, and 470 in June 2020. It includes 50 different nationalities, with the eight largest representing a little less than three-quarters of the Group’s workforce. (3) The diversity policy in Top Management is detailed in the Declaration of Extra-Financial Performance in section


Pernod Ricard Universal Registration Document 2019-2020

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