Saint Gobain Glass: Pierre-André De Chalendar To Become Chairman And Chief Executive Officer

Date: 1 March 2010
Source: Saint Gobain Glass
At its meeting of February 25, 2010, the Board of Directors of Saint-Gobain unanimously decided to recommend to the Annual General Meeting on June 3, 2010 the renewal of the term of office as director of Pierre-André de Chalendar, which expires at this date.

Pierre-André de Chalendar is currently the Group's Chief Executive Officer.
 
Jean-Louis Beffa's term as Chairman of the Board of Directors will expire at the close of the Annual General Meeting, in application of the age limit stipulated in the Company's bylaws.
 
The Board of Directors unanimously agreed that the positions of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer should once again be combined. The Board therefore intends to appoint Pierre-André de Chalendar as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Saint-Gobain immediately after the Annual General Meeting of June 3, 2010, on condition that his term of office as director is renewed by the shareholders.

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