In accordance with Listing Rule 9.6.13 the following information is confirmed in respect of the appointment of Alan Jope and Susan Kilsby, who were duly elected by the shareholders of Unilever PLC at the Annual General Meeting on 2 May 2019. Susan Kilsby's appointment will take effect from 1 August 2019.
Alan Jope (Executive Director):
In accordance with paragraphs 9.6.13(1)-(6) there are no details requiring disclosure.
Susan Kilsby (Non-Executive Director):
In accordance with paragraph 9.6.13(1):
Current directorships of publicly listed companies:
· BHP Group Limited
· BHP Group Plc
· Diageo PLC
· Fortune Brands Home and Security, Inc.
· BBA Aviation
Previous directorships of publicly listed companies in the previous five years:
• Shire PLC
• Keurig Green Mountain
• Coca-Cola HBC
In accordance with paragraphs 9.6.13(2)-(6) there are no details requiring disclosure.
9 May 2019
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