Sopra Steria - 2021 Combined General meeting

3 SUMMARY OF RESOLUTIONS Summary of resolutions


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Candidate for the position of Director representing employee shareholders

Business address: Sopra Steria Benelux – Le Triomphe Avenue Arnaud Fraiteur 15/23 1050 Brussels – Belgium

Date of first appointment: 27 June 2014 Date term of office ends: General Meeting to approve the financial statements for the financial year ended 31/12/2024

Nationality : Belgian

Age : 56


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Biography As Chief Financial Officer of Sopra Steria Benelux, Astrid Anciaux works across Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. She has been with the Group for over 30 years. She became a member of the Board of Directors when Sopra and Groupe Steria completed their tie-up in 2014 (term of office ended at the close of the 2020 General Meeting). Astrid Anciaux is a graduate of the EPHEC business school in Brussels. In 2017, she also gained the Director qualification issued by Sciences-Po and the IFA. After gaining experience with an accounting firm, she joined the finance department at Steriabel, Steria’s first Belgian subsidiary, in 1987. Over the years, she has played a part in the financial aspects of the business’s growth as well as its functional and cultural integration into the Group. Since 2014, as well as serving as Chief Financial Officer, Astrid Anciaux has also been responsible for central support functions serving Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. She serves as a company officer for a number of subsidiaries of Sopra Steria Group. Astrid Anciaux has extensive experience in employee share ownership. A former director of Soderi, Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of the Groupe Steriactions company mutual fund (FCPE) and member of the Supervisory Board of the Sopra Steria Actions FCPE, she also deals on a day-to-day basis with the question of how to motivate and attract talent – a key priority for the Group. She will also bring to the Group’s Board of Directors her vast experience in the field, gained both as a senior executive and as a management representative within employee representative bodies (in Belgium and Luxembourg).

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Shares may be bought back for the following purposes: to obtain market-making services from an investment services p provider acting independently under the terms of a liquidity agreement entered into in compliance with the AMF’s accepted market practice; to award, sell or transfer shares in the Company to employees p and/or company officers of the Group, in order to cover share purchase plans and/or free share plans (or equivalent plans) as well as any allotments of shares under a company or Group savings plan (or equivalent plan) in connection with a profit-sharing mechanism, and/or all other forms of share allotment to the Group’s employees and/or company officers; to retain the shares bought back in order to exchange them or p tender them as consideration at a later date for a merger, spin-off or contribution of assets and, more generally, for external growth transactions. Shares bought back for such purposes are not to exceed, in any event, 5% of the number of shares making up the Company’s share capital;

You are asked to renew the authorisation granted to the Board of Directors at the General Meeting of 9 June 2020 permitting the Company to buy back its own shares, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations (Articles L. 22-10-62 et seq. of the French Commercial Code). Under this authorisation, the number of shares bought back shall not exceed 10% of the share capital; as an indication, this would equate to 2,054,770 shares on the basis of the current share capital. The maximum price per share that can be paid for the shares bought back is set at €250; this price may be adjusted as a result of an increase or decrease in the number of shares representing the share capital, in particular due to capitalisation of reserves, free share awards or reverse stock splits.



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