Yves Thibault de Silguy

Independent member of the Supervisory Council, Senior Independent Director, Chairman of the Audit Committee

Shares owned in the charter capital of VTB Bank – none. Family ties to other members of governing or supervisory bodies of VTB Bank – none. Member of the Supervisory Council since 28 June 2013.

2011 – present
Member of the Board of Directors of SOLVAY (Belgium)
2010 – present
Chairman of Supervisory Council of Sofisport (France)
Since 01.05.2010
Vice-Chairman and Senior Director of the Board of Directors of VINCI S.A. (France). Official responsibilities: Managing the company in accordance with the law and internal documents, chairing the strategy and investment, appointments and corporate governance committees
Since 06.2010
President of YTSeuropaconsultants SARL (France). Official responsibilities: Managing the company in accordance with the law and internal documents.
2009 – present
Member of the Board of Directors of LouisVuitton Moet Hennessy, SA (France).
2008 – 29.09.2017
Member of Supervisory Council of VTB Bank (France).
2006 – 2010
Chairman of the Board of Directors of VINCI, SAS (France).
2005 – 2012
Member of the Council for Foreign Affairs, French Foreign Ministry. Official responsibilities: Council adviser and member, acting in accordance with the law and internal documents
2004– 2011
Member of the Board of Directors of Societe monegasque d'eau et d'électricité (SMEG).
2004 – 2006
Vice President of Suez Environnement (Belgium).
2003 – 2006
President of Aguas Argentinas (Argentina).
2003 – 2006
Director, Lead Director of SUEZ (Belgium).
2002 – 2010
Member of the Economic Council, French Defence Ministry. Official responsibilities: Council adviser and member, acting in accordance with the law and internal documents.
2000 – 2006
President of Sino-French Holdings (Hong Kong).
1995 – 1999
Member of the European Commission, responsible for economic, monetary and financial affairs.
1993 – 1995
Secretary-General of the Interdepartmental Committee for Questions of Economic Cooperation in Europe. Adviser for European affairs assisting in the preparation of summits of industrialized nations in the Cabinet of Eduard Balladur.
1988 – 1993
Director of International Affairs of Usinor Sacilor Group.
1986 – 1988
Adviser for international economic affairs in the Cabinet of Jacques Chirac.
1985 – 1986
Counselor for Economic Affairs, French Embassy in Washington.
1981 – 1984
Advisor, deputy head of Cabinet, then Vice President of the Commission for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Commission of the European Communities.
1948
Born in Rennes (France).
Information on vocational education
1971 – University of Rennes 2, Upper Brittany, degree in law;
1976 – Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA), Guernica class;
1972 – University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, degree in public law;
1972 – Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), degree in public law.

Legion of Honor Commander, 2011;

National orders of merit for distinguished service in agribusiness, arts and literature, 2007;

Bronze medal of the French Republic for voluntary military service, 2000;

Order of the French Republic “For Merit to the Fatherland”, 2000;

Order of the French Republic “For Merit in the Development of Agriculture”, 1995.