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Committee Composition

  Audit Compensation, Nominating and Governance
Jacques Esculier
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Jacques Esculier
Director since July 2007 and Chairman since May 2009

Jacques Esculier has served as our Chief Executive Officer and Director since July 2007. Since May 2009, he has also served as our Chairman of the Board. Prior to July 2007, Mr. Esculier served as Vice President of American Standard Companies Inc. and President of its Vehicle Control Systems business, a position he had held since January 2004. Prior to holding that position, Mr. Esculier served in the capacity of Business Leader for American Standard's Trane Commercial Systems' Europe, Middle East, Africa, India & Asia Region from 2002 through January 2004. Prior to joining American Standard in 2002, Mr. Esculier spent more than six years in leadership positions at AlliedSignal/Honeywell. He was Vice President and General Manager of Environmental Control and Power Systems Enterprise based in Los Angeles and Vice President of Aftermarket Services - Asia Pacific based in Singapore.

   
G. Peter D'Aloia
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G. Peter D'Aloia
Director since July 2007
Mr. D'Aloia served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of American Standard Companies Inc., a position he held since 2000, before retiring in 2008. Before joining American Standard, Mr. D'Aloia worked for Honeywell where he most recently served as Vice President - Business Development. He spent 27 years with Honeywell's predecessor company, AlliedSignal, in diverse finance management positions. During his career with AlliedSignal, he served as Vice President - Taxes; Vice President and Treasurer; Vice President and Controller; and Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Engineered Materials Sector. Early in his career, he worked as a tax attorney for the accounting firm, Arthur Young and Company. Mr. D'Aloia is a Director of FMC Corporation and AirTran Airways.
Member of the Audit Committee  
Juergen W. Gromer
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Juergen W. Gromer
Director since July 2007
Dr. Gromer is the retired President of Tyco Electronics, a position which he held from April 1999 until December 31, 2007. Dr. Gromer also served as the Vice Chairman of Tyco Electronics from January 2006 until December 31, 2007. Dr. Gromer formerly held senior management positions from 1983 to 1998 at AMP (acquired by Tyco in April 1999) including Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Services, President of the Global Automotive Division, and Vice President of Central and Eastern Europe, and General Manager of AMP Germany. Dr. Gromer has over 20 years of AMP and Tyco Electronics experience, serving in a wide variety of regional and global assignments. Before working for Tyco Electronics and AMP, Dr Gromer held management positions at ZF Friedrichshafen, ITT and Procter & Gamble. Dr. Gromer serves as a Member of the Boards of Directors of Tyco Electronics Ltd. and Marvell Technology Group Inc. Dr. Gromer was on the Board of RWE Rhein Ruhr AG from 2000 to 2009. He is also Chairman of the Board of the Society for Economic Development of the District Bergstrasse/Hessen, a Member of the Advisory Board of Commerzbank, and a Director of the Board and Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany.
Member of the Audit Committee  
Thomas S. Gross
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Thomas S. Gross
Director as of March 2016

Mr. Thomas S. Gross served from 2009 to 2015 as Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of the Electrical Sector at Eaton Corporation, a global power management company. Prior to that, at Eaton Corporation, he was President, Power Quality and Control Business; President, Power Quality Solutions; and Vice President, Business System. Since joining Eaton in 2003, Mr. Gross gained senior executive experience through businesses that supply technological solutions globally for a range of industrial power systems and controls.

Previously, Mr. Gross held senior executive positions at Danaher Corporation, a global science and technology company serving a variety of industries, and at Xycom, a technology company serving the industrial automation and control sector. He began his career at Rockwell Automation in 1977, earning increased responsibilities over two decades, and was ultimately promoted to Vice President and General Manager, Rockwell Software.

Mr. Gross is also a director of RPM International, a world leader in specialty coatings and sealants. Previously, Mr. Gross served on the board of governors of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association in the United States. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin, both located in the United States.

Member of the Audit Committee  
Henry R. Keizer
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Henry R. Keizer
Director as of July 2015

Mr. Henry R. Keizer served from 2010 to 2012 as Deputy Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of KPMG LLP, one of the world’s largest accounting and professional services firms. Prior to that, for five years, he was Global Head of Audit at KPMGI, a consortium of more than 100 KPMG firms operating in over 140 countries. During his 35 years at KPMG, Mr. Keizer held a range of senior executive leadership roles of increasing responsibility, advising clients engaged in finance, manufacturing and technology, among other sectors.

Mr. Keizer currently serves on the board of MUFG Americas Holdings Corporation, a leading financial and bank holding company. He also serves as a director at Park Indemnity Ltd., a captive insurer affiliated with KPMGI. Previously, Mr. Keizer has served on the board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting, summa cum laude, from Montclair State University, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Chair of the Audit Committee  
Jean-Paul L. Montupet
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Jean-Paul L. Montupet
Director since April 2012

Jean-Paul L. Montupet is the former Executive Vice President of Emerson, a global leader in technology and engineering serving industrial, commercial and consumer markets. Mr Montupet was responsible for the Industrial Automation Business and President of Emerson Europe. Since 2002, Mr. Montupet has served on the Board of PartnerRe, a leading global reinsurer; he became non-Executive Chairman in 2010 and he is also Chairman of the Nominating and Governance Committee and a member of the Risk and Finance Committee. In 2006, Mr. Montupet was elected a director of Lexmark International, a leading provider of imaging products and services. In 1981, Mr. Montupet joined Leroy Somer, a publicly held manufacturer of electric motors based in France as director of development and North American operations. In1990, after the acquisition of Leroy Somer by Emerson, he was named Executive Vice President of Emerson. He began his industrial career at Fonderies Montupet SA, a European supplier of aluminum castings to the automotive industry.

  Chair of the Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
Mary Petrovich
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Mary Petrovich
Director Since November 2011

Ms Petrovich is former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AxleTech International, a leading global supplier of off-highway and specialty vehicle drivetrain technology, which is a General Dynamics company (NYSE: GD). Presently, Ms Petrovich is a director at three companies: Woodward (NASDAQ: WWD), a leading manufacturer and service provider of energy controls for global infrastructure equipment; GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ: GTAT), a global provider of technology and materials for the solar, LED and other specialty markets; and Modine Manufacturing Company (NYSE: MOD), a global provider of thermal management technology and systems.

  Member of the Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
D. Nick Reilly
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D. Nick Reilly
Director since December 2014

Mr. D. Nick Reilly served as President of General Motors (GM) Europe, a position he held from 2009 until he retired in 2012. Prior to that, he was President of GM Asia-Pacific and International for three years based in Shanghai, China. Mr. Reilly held senior leadership roles for GM for 35 years in key markets around the globe.

Mr. Reilly was appointed by the U.S. administration to Chairman of the Board of the National Center for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Organization (APEC), a position he held from 2006 to 2009. Prior to that, he served as Chairman of the Board of the U.K. government's National Training Council.  He currently serves on the Board of Kdac, a Korean automotive components supplier, the Advisory Board of MSXI, a U.S.-based automotive services company, and as strategic advisor to automotive company UkrAVTO in the Ukraine.

  Member of the Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
Michael T. Smith
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Michael T. Smith
Director since July 2007

Mr. Smith served as the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Hughes Electronics Corporation from 1997 to 2001, before retiring in 2001. Prior to his election to those positions, Mr. Smith had been Vice Chairman of Hughes Electronics and Chairman of the Hughes Aircraft Company. Mr. Smith joined Hughes Electronics in 1985 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer after spending nearly 20 years with General Motors in a variety of financial management positions. In 1992 he was elected Vice Chairman of Hughes Electronics and President of Hughes Missile Systems Group, and in 1995 he was elected Chairman of Hughes Aircraft Company. Mr. Smith was also a member of the board of directors of Alliant Techsystems until 2009. Mr. Smith is a member of the board of directors of Ingram Micro, Inc., Teledyne Technologies, Inc. and Flir Systems, Inc.

  Member of the Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
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