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BOARD COMMITTEES

We are committed to following best corporate governance practices. Corporate governance refers to the oversight mechanisms in place and the means by which Corporación América Airports is governed. This encompasses our processes and policies, how decisions are made, and how the Company handles the various interests of, and relationships with, our many stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, employees, regulators and the broader community.

Our articles of association provide that our business is to be managed and conducted by or under the direction of our board of directors. Our board of directors shall be composed of up to nine directors, appointed by the general shareholders meeting. The members of the board of directors shall be elected for a term not exceeding six years, and shall be eligible to stand for re-election. The general shareholders meeting shall also determine the number of directors, the remuneration and their term in office. In the event of any director vacancy, the remaining directors may elect, by majority vote, to fill such vacancy or vacancies at a meeting of the board of directors, until the following general shareholders meeting.

The SEC and NYSE require that corporations with shares listed on the exchange comply with certain corporate governance standards. As a foreign private issuer, we are only required to comply with certain SEC and NYSE rules relating to audit committees, certain SEC disclosure requirements and periodic certifications to the NYSE.

Committee Charting

Martín Antranik Eurnekian David Arendt Carlo Alberto Montagna Valérie Pechon Jorge Arruda Raúl Galante Raúl Guillermo Francos Andres Zenarruza Eugenio Perissé Roberto Naldi Committee Description Committee Description Committee Description
Audit Committee $ CC
The Audit Committee consist of three Directors. Each member of the Audit Committee is required to meet the requirements of independence, experience and financial experience set forth in the listing standards of the NYSE and the requirements of Rule 10A-3 under the Exchange Act. At least one member of our Audit Committee will be a “financial expert” within the meaning of SEC rules and regulations. The Audit Committee will perform the duties set forth in our corporate governance code, which will be available on our website following the closing of this offering. The primary responsibilities of the Audit Committee will include the following: (1) Overseeing management’s establishment and maintenance of adequate systems of internal accounting, auditing and financial controls; (2) Reviewing the effectiveness of our legal, regulatory compliance and risk-management programs; (3) Reviewing certain related-party transactions in accordance with our corporate governance code; (4) Overseeing our financial reporting process, including the filing of financial reports; (5) Selecting our independent auditors, evaluating their independence and performance and approving audit fees and the services provided by them.
Executive Committee CC
The Executive Committee will consist of a minimum of four members, including our Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, the Accounting, Planning and Tax Manager and the Legal Manager, as permanent members. The Executive Committee will perform the duties set forth in our corporate governance code. The primary responsibilities of the Executive Committee will include the following: (1) Assessing and proposing business strategies, and implementing strategies and policies approved by the board of directors; (2) Developing processes for the identification, evaluation, monitoring and mitigation of risks; (3) Implementing appropriate internal control systems and follow-up of such system’s effectiveness, and reporting compliance with its goals to the board of directors; (4) Analyzing and proposing the full year budget, and assessing mitigation of internal and market variables; (5) Identifying and implementing business synergies among us and our subsidiaries; (6) Proposing the delegation of powers to officers and supervising managers, which are consistent with the policies and procedures established by the board of directors.
Acquisitions and Business Development Committee CC
The Acquisitions and Business Development Committee will consist of at least four members, including our Chief Executive Officer, Business Development Manager, European Business Development Manager and the Financial and M&A Manager, as the regular members. The Acquisitions and Business Development Committee will perform the duties set forth in our corporate governance code. The primary responsibilities of the Executive Committee will include the following: (1) Evaluating and reporting on our acquisition and business development plans, in collaboration with the board of directors; (2) Assisting the board of directors with recommendations on acquisitions and business development; (3) Evaluating, reporting and recommending to the board of directors specific acquisitions or business opportunities; (4) Approving new acquisitions or development opportunities within the powers delegated to the Acquisitions and Business Development Committee by the board of directors.
Audit Committee Executive Committee Acquisitions and Business Development Committee
Directors
Martín Antranik Eurnekian CC CC
Independent Directors
David Arendt $
Carlo Alberto Montagna
Valérie Pechon CC
Management
Jorge Arruda
Raúl Galante
Raúl Guillermo Francos
Andres Zenarruza
Eugenio Perissé
Roberto Naldi
$= Financial Expert
CC= Chairperson
= Member