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According to Clause 20 of the Articles of Association, Section 3 of the Corporate Governance Code for listed companies and Section 148, sub-section 3, of the Legislative Decree No. 58/98 (the "TUF"), the Board of Directors shall assess the independence of its members, after their appointment and, then, yearly, on the basis of the information received from the same or, in any way, at the UniCredit disposal.

  Indep. as per Articles of Association / Code       Indep. as per TUF
Last evaluation date
Cesare Bisoni NO
YES July 7, 2020
Lamberto Andreotti YES YES July 7, 2020
Jean Pierre Mustier NO NO July 7, 2020
Mohamed Hamad Al Mehairi YES YES July 7, 2020
Sergio Balbinot NO YES July 7, 2020
Vincenzo Cariello YES YES July 7, 2020
Elena Carletti YES YES July 7, 2020
Diego De Giorgi
YES YES July 7, 2020
Beatriz Lara Bartolom√© YES YES July 7, 2020 
Stefano Micossi
YES YES July 7, 2020
Maria Pierdicchi
YES YES July 7, 2020
Francesca Tondi
YES YES July 7, 2020
Alexander Wolfgring YES YES July 7, 2020
Elena Zambon YES YES July 7, 2020



The UniCredit Board of Directors has not so far designated an independent Director as Lead Independent Director, considering that the conditions set forth by the Italian Corporate Governance Code for his/her appointment do not exist:

(i)   whether the Chairman of the Board of Directors is the Chief Executive Officer of the Company;

(ii)  whether the office of Chairman is held by the person controlling the issuer;

(iii) whether requested by the majority of independent Directors.


In general, further information regarding the independence of Directors is available in the Corporate Governance Report concerning each year.