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Vivendi Now Has Two Employee Representatives on the Supervisory Board

PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 16, 2020-- Regulatory News:

Vivendi (Paris:VIV) now has two members representing employees on its Supervisory Board following the appointment by the European Company Committee, an employee representative body composed of 30 members from 25 countries, of Athina Vasilogiannaki, an employee of Universal Music Group in Greece.

Athina Vasilogiannaki is a lawyer holding an LLM and a Master of Science in Law from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has worked for various UMG companies in Greece since 2003.

Paulo Cardoso, who is responsible for the Canal+ Group’s cash management at Vivendi’s Treasury department, was reappointed as a member representing employees on the Supervisory Board by Vivendi’s Employee Representative Committee.

The Group's Supervisory Board also includes a member representing employee shareholders. Following these appointments, it now comprises 13 members.

About Vivendi

Since 2014, Vivendi has been focused on building a world-class content, media and communications group with European roots. In content creation, Vivendi owns powerful, complementary assets in music (Universal Music Group), movies and series (Canal+ Group), publishing (Editis) and mobile games (Gameloft) which are the most popular forms of entertainment content in the world today. In the distribution market, Vivendi has acquired the Dailymotion platform and repositioned it to create a new digital showcase for its content. The Group has also joined forces with several telecom operators and platforms to maximize the reach of its distribution networks. In communications, through Havas. the Group possesses unique creative expertise in promoting free content and producing short formats, which are increasingly viewed on mobile devices. In addition, through Vivendi Village, the Group explores new forms of business in live entertainment, franchises and ticketing that are complementary to its core activities. Vivendi’s various businesses cohesively work together as an integrated industrial group to create greater value. www.vivendi.com

Bio Athina Vasilogiannaki
Athina Vasilogiannaki is a lawyer with expertise in Intellectual Property. She holds a post-graduate degree (LLM, Master of Science in Law) in Civil Law from the National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece.
Since June 2004, she has been working as Legal and Business Affairs Director at Minos- Emi/ Universal Music Greece S.A. She has also been working as Legal Counsel at Universal Music Publishing Greece since September 2013 and Universal Production Music, Greek Branch, since April 2018.

Bio Paulo Cardoso
Paulo Cardoso, a trained accountant, joined Compagnie Générale des Eaux in 1997 as administrative manager in the Communications department. In 2001, he joined the Finance department’s accounting unit. In 2002, he moved to the Treasury department, where he is responsible for the Canal+ Group’s cash management and the group’s network systems.

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