Fernando Zobel de Ayala

Chairman

Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala

Vice-Chairman

John Eric Francia

Director

Jose Rene Gregory Almendras

Director

Cezar Consing

Director

Nicole Goh Phaik Khim

Director

Dean Travers

Director

Sherisa Nuesa

Independent Director

Melinda Ocampo

Independent Director

Ma. Aurora Geotina-Garcia

Independent Director

Consuelo Garcia

Independent Director

Fernando Zobel de Ayala

Chairman

Mr. Zobel de Ayala, Filipino, 61, is President of Ayala Corporation since April 2006 and Chief Executive Officer since April 2021. He was Chief Operating Officer of Ayala Corporation from April 2006 until April 2021. He has been a Director of Ayala Corporation since May 1994. He holds the following positions in publicly listed companies: Chairman of Ayala Land, Inc. and ACEN (formerly AC Energy); Vice Chairman of Bank of the Philippine Islands;
Co-Vice Chairman of Globe Telecom, Inc. (“Globe”); Director of Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (“IMI”), and Manila Water Company, Inc. (“MWCI”); and Independent Director of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation. He is the Chairman of AC International Finance Ltd., Liontide Holdings, Inc., AC Energy and Infrastructure Corporation (formerly AC Energy, Inc.) (“ACEIC”), Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc., Alabang Commercial Corporation, Accendo Commercial Corp., BPI Foundation, and Hero Foundation, Inc.; Co-Chairman of Ayala Foundation, Inc.; Vice-Chairman of AC Industrial Technology Holdings, Inc., ALI Eton Property Development Corporation, Ceci Realty
Inc., Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, Bonifacio Land Corporation, Emerging City Holdings,Inc., Columbus Holdings, Inc., Berkshires Holdings, Inc., AKL Properties, Inc., AC Ventures Holdings Corp., and Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc.; Director of AG Holdings Ltd., AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation, Altaraza Development Corporation, Asiacom Philippines, Inc., BPI Asset Management and Trust Corp., and Manila Peninsula; Member of the Board of INSEAD Business School and Georgetown University; Member of the Board of Trustees of Asia Philanthropy Circle and of Asia Society; Member of the International Advisory Board of Tikehau Capital; Member of the Philippine-Singapore Business Council; Member of the International Council of The Metropolitan Museum; Co-Chair of Asia Pacific Acquisitions Committee of The Tate Museum; Member of the Chief Executives Organization
and Habitat for Humanity International’s Asia Pacific Development Council; and Member of the Board of Trustees of Caritas Manila, Pilipinas Shell Foundation, and the National Museum.

Mr. Zobel de Ayala graduated with B.A. Liberal Arts at Harvard College in 1982 and holds a CIM from INSEAD, France.

 

Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala

Vice-Chairman

Mr. Zobel de Ayala, Filipino, 62, is Chairman of Ayala Corporation since April 2006, and was Chief Executive Officer from April 2006 to April 2021. He has been a Director of Ayala Corporation since May 1987. He holds the following positions in publicly listed companies: Chairman of Globe, IMI, and Bank of the Philippine Islands; and Vice Chairman of ALI and ACEN (formerly AC Energy). He is also the Chairman of AC Industrial Technology Holdings, Inc., AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation, and Asiacom Philippines, Inc.; Co-Chairman of Ayala Foundation,
Inc.; Director of AC Ventures Holding Corp., Alabang Commercial Corporation, ACEIC, Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc., Light Rail Manila Holdings, Inc. and AG Holdings Ltd. Outside the Ayala group, he is a Director of Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited and a member of various business and socio- civic organizations in the Philippines and abroad, including the JP Morgan International Council, JP Morgan Asia Pacific Council, and Mitsubishi Corporation International Advisory Council. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the Asian Institute of Management, the Advisory Board of Asia Global Institute (University of Hong Kong) and of various advisory boards of Harvard University, including the Global Advisory Council and Asia Center Advisory Committee, HBS Board of Dean’s Advisors, and HBS Asia Advisory Committee. He sits on the Board of Singapore Management University (SMU) and is the Chairman of SMU International Advisory Council in the Philippines. He is a member of the Asia Business Council, Asean Business Club Advisory Council, Leapfrog Investment Global Leadership Council, The Council for Inclusive Capitalism, and World Wildlife Philippines National Advisory Council. He is Co-Vice Chairman of the Makati Business Club, Chairman of Endeavor Philippines, and Trustee Emeritus of Eisenhower Fellowships. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Merit in 2009, the Philippine Legion of Honor with rank of Grand Commander in 2010, and the Order of Mabini with rank of Commander in 2015 by the President of the Philippines in recognition of his outstanding public service. In 2017, he was recognized as a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Pioneer by the UN Global Compact for his work in sustainable business strategy and operations. The first recipient
of the award from the Philippines, he was one of 10 individuals recognized for championing sustainability and the pursuit of the 17 SDGs in business.

Mr. Zobel de Ayala graduated with B.A. in Economics (cum laude) from Harvard College in 1981 and obtained an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business in 1987.

John Eric Francia

Director

Mr. Francia, Filipino, 50, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of ACEN (formerly AC Energy). Under his leadership, Ayala established its energy platform from a standing start in 2011, to become one of the largest renewable energy platforms in Southeast Asia, with ~3,300 MW of attributable renewables capacity.

Mr. Francia is also a Managing Director and member of the Management Committee of Ayala Corporation since 2009 and was appointed as Chairman of Ayala’s Investment Committee in 2021. He is also a Director of various Ayala group companies including AC Infrastructure, AC Health, AC Ventures, and Chairman and CEO of ACE Enexor.

Mr. Francia earned a Master’s Degree in Management Studies at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, graduating with First Class Honors. He received his undergraduate degree in Humanities and Political Economy from the University of Asia & the Pacific, graduating magna cum laude.

Jose Rene Gregory Almendras

Director

Mr. Almendras, Filipino, 61, concurrently serves as Senior Managing Director of Ayala Corporation, Director of Manila Water Company, Inc. (MWCI), and President & Chief Executive Officer of AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation. He is also a member of the Ayala Group Management Committee since August 2016. He is a member of the Executive Committee of MWCI and a member of the Board of Directors of the following companies within the Ayala Group: AF Payments Inc.; Light Rail Manila Holdings, Inc.; MCX Tollway Inc.; and ACEN (formerly AC Energy). He is the Chairman and President of MCX Project Company, Inc. He served as President and Chief Executive Officer of MWCI from September 1, 2019 to June 4, 2021.

He spent 13 years with the Citibank group where he started as a management trainee and landed his first CEO position as President of City Savings Bank of the Aboitiz Group at the age of 37. In 2011, he was recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Sustainability Champion for his efforts as President of MWCI. During his stint as MWCI President and Chief Operating Officer, the company received multiple awards and was recognized as one of the Best Managed Companies in Asia, Best in Corporate Governance, one of the Greenest Companies in the Philippines and hailed as the world’s Most Efficient Water Company. Under the Administration of President Benigno S. Aquino III, he served as a member of the Cabinet, holding the position of Secretary of the Department of Energy, Office of the Cabinet Secretary and the Department of Foreign Affairs. In June 2016, he was acknowledged by the Administration for his remarkable performance in addressing the country’s urgent issues and was awarded the highest Presidential Award given to a civilian — Order of Lakandula, Rank of Gold Cross Bayani.

He graduated from Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 1981.

Cezar Consing

Director

Mr. Consing, Filipino, 62, has been a Director of Ayala Corporation since December 3, 2020. He was the President and CEO of Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), one of the Ayala Group’s publicly listed companies, from 2013 to 2021. He is a Director of BPI, Globe Telecom, Inc. and ACEN (formerly AC Energy). He is currently a member of
BPI’s executive committee of the board and is a board director of its investment bank, microfinance bank and asset management company.

Mr. Consing is also a Director of the Singapore-listed Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd., and the Myanmar-listed First Myanmar Investment Public Company Limited. He served as the Chairman and President of the Bankers Association of the Philippines and was the President of Bancnet, Inc. He was a Partner at the Rohatyn Group from 2004 to 2013 and headed its Hong Kong office and its private investing business in Asia and was a board director of its real estate and energy and infrastructure private equity investing subsidiaries. He worked for J. P. Morgan & Co. in Hong Kong and Singapore from 1985 to 2004 and headed the firm’s investment banking business in Asia Pacific from 1997 to 2004 and served as President of J. P. Morgan Securities (Asia Pacific) Ltd. As a senior Managing Director. Mr. Consing was a member of the firm’s Global Investment Banking Management Committee, its Asia Pacific Management Committee, and its Global Managing Director Selection Committee. He has served as an independent board director of four PLCs in Asia: Jollibee Foods Corporation (2010 to 2021), CIMB Group Holdings (2006 to 2013), First Gen Corporation (2005 to 2013), and National Reinsurance Corporation (2014 to 2019), where he also served as Chairman (2018 to 2019). He currently serves on the board of FILGIFTS.com. He has also served on the boards of SQREEM Technologies, Endeavor Philippines and the Hongkong based Asian Youth Orchestra. He is a board director of the US-Philippines Society and the Philippine-American Educational Foundation, and a board trustee of the Manila Golf Club Foundation. He is a member of the National Mission Council of De La Salle Philippines and a board trustee of College of St. Benilde and La Salle Greenhills. Mr. Consing has been a member of the Trilateral Commission since 2014.

Mr. Consing obtained an M.A. in Applied Economics from the University of Michigan in 1980. He received an A.B. Economics degree (Accelerated Program), magna cum laude, from De La Salle University in 1979.

Nicole Goh Phaik Khim

Director

Ms. Goh, Malaysian, 37, is a director of ACEN (formerly AC Energy) and is a Senior Vice President at GIC Private Limited’s (GIC) infrastructure practice, where she has coverage responsibility for the Asia-Pacific region with prior experience investing in the US and Europe. GIC was established in 1981 as a private company, wholly-owned by the
Government of Singapore, to manage the foreign reserves of Singapore. It is one of the world’s largest global investors, with well over U.S.$100 billion of assets in more than 40 countries worldwide. She has been a member
of GIC’s infrastructure practice since 2008.

Ms. Goh has an MSc in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University and a BSc in Mathematics with Statistics for Finance from Imperial College London.

Dean Travers

Director

Mr. Travers, Australian, 52, has occupied senior executive roles in the energy sector for more than 25 years and is experienced in multi-disciplinary projects covering global markets, mergers and acquisitions, deal structuring and project development. He has been active in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia leading teams developing conventional and renewable energy projects for ENGIE, a global electricity utility and energy service company. Prior to leaving ENGIE in 2019, he occupied positions of Senior Vice President Business Development, Indonesia, and General Manager, ENGIE Renewables Australia, which was responsible for the development of 2 GW of wind and solar projects. He is currently active in the clean energy and climate tech sectors in Australia and Indonesia as a founder, mentor and advisor.

Mr. Travers has a PhD in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering and a Bachelor of Science from University of NSW.

Sherisa Nuesa

Independent Director

Ms. Nuesa, Filipino, 67, is an independent director of ACEN (formerly AC Energy). She was a former Managing Director of Ayala Corporation until her retirement in 2011. Currently, she is an Independent Director of the following PLCs: Manila Water Corporation, Inc. (MWCI), Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (IMI), and Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI). She is also an Independent Director of FERN Realty Corp, a Director of Far Eastern University, Inc., a publicly listed company, and a Senior Adviser to the Boards of Metro Retail Stores Group, Inc. and Vicsal Development Corporation. She is a member of the Boards of Trustees of the Judicial Reform Initiative, Nextgen Organization of Women Corporate Directors, and the Financial Executives Institute (“FINEX”) Foundation.

In the recent past, from 2012 to early 2021, she was the President and Director of the ALFM Mutual Funds Group
and a Trustee of the Institute of Corporate Directors. In addition to her background as a Chief Finance Officer and
currently as a Board Director, she also held previous senior positions in management operations and has been active
in speaking and lecturing engagements. She was the Chief Finance Officer and Chief Administrative Officer of IMI
from January 2009 to July 2010. She was then a Managing Director or Ayala Corporation and served in various capacities in Ayala Corporation, ALI, and MWCI.

Ms. Nuesa attended post-graduate courses in Harvard Business School and Stanford University. She graduated
summa cum laude with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce form the Far Eastern University and received
a Master of Business Administration degree from Ateneo Graduate School of Business in Manila. She is a Certified
Public Accountant and was awarded as the ING-FINEX CFO of the Year for 2008.

Melinda Ocampo

Independent Director

Ms. Ocampo, Filipino, 65, is an independent director of ACEN (formerly AC Energy). She served as President of the Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (“PEMC”), a nonstock, non-profit private organization that governs the country’s wholesale electricity spot market, from 27 March 2009 until 31 July 2017. Her experience includes developing energy policies and programs as Undersecretary of the Department of Energy from May 2005 to December 2007. She was also involved in electric utility system regulation, planning and technical feasibility of electric power generation, transmission and distribution systems including granting of electric franchises to both electric cooperatives and private distribution utilities. She has extensive knowledge of energy regulation including
petroleum and electricity pricing and competition rules and has provided consulting services to legislators on electricity pricing, particularly on the power purchased adjustments. She was also a consultant in the World Bank’s project on Electric Cooperatives system loss reduction program and to the USAID under the Asia Foundation in its project to introduce the open access and competition in the coverage of Philippine Economic Zone (PEZA). She was a board member (February 1996 to June 1998) and Chairman (August 1998 to August 2001) of the Energy Regulatory Board (now Energy Regulatory Commission). She served as a division chief (October 1979 to November 1988) and a director (December 1988 to February 1996) of the National Electrification Administration.

Ms. Ocampo received her MBA from the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce, Major in Accounting, from the Republic Central Colleges, in Angeles City, Pampanga, in 1977. She is a certified public accountant.

Ma. Aurora Geotina-Garcia

Independent Director

Ms. Geotina-Garcia, Filipino, 69, is an independent director of ACEN (formerly AC Energy). She is currently the President of Mageo Consulting Inc., a company providing business advisory and corporate finance consulting services. A Certified Public Accountant, she started her professional career at SGV & Co., Ernst & Young Philippines, where she led the Firm’s Global Corporate Finance Division. She is also currently an Independent Director of ACEX and Cebu Landmasters Inc., both of which are PLCs, and Professional Services Inc. She is the first female
Chairperson of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) ( 2015 -2016 ) , and was a Director in the following companies: Bases Conversion and Development Authority (2011-2016), BCDA Management Holdings, Inc. (2011-2016), Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (2011-2016), Heritage Park Management Corporation (2015-2016), Bonifacio Global City Estates Association, Inc. (2012-2016), Bonifacio Estates Services Corporation (2012-2016), HBC, Inc. (2012-2016), and Queen City Development Bank (2009-2021).

Ms. Geotina-Garcia is a Fellow and Vice Chairperson of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD), and a Trustee and Vice Chairperson of the Shareholders Association of the Philippines. She is the Founding Chairperson and President of the Philippine Women’s Economic Network, and is Chairperson of the NextGen Organization of Women Corporate Directors. She also Co-Chairs the Philippine Business Coalition for Women Empowerment and is Co-Convenor of Male Champions ofChange Philippines. Ms. Garcia is former Co-Chair of the ASEAN Women’s Entrepreneurs’ Network where she remains as one of the Philippine Focal Points. Boots serves several women business organizations as a longtime Trustee, namely: Women’s Business Council Phils., Inc., Business & Professional Women’s, Makati (BPW), and the Samahan ng Pilipina para sa Reporma at Kaunlaran (Spark! Philippines).

Ms. Geotina-Garcia received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Accountancy from the University of the Philippines in 1973 and completed her Master of Business Administration from the same university in 1978.

Consuelo Garcia

Independent Director

Ms. Garcia, Filipino, 66, is an independent director of ACEN (formerly AC Energy). She is currently an Independent Director of The Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc., Sun Life Investment and Trust Corporation, and Far Eastern University, Incorporated. She is presently the Senior Consultant for Challengers and Growth Markets, Asia for ING
Bank. She is an Independent Director and Trustee of ING Foundation Philippines, Inc. and is a member of the board of the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (“FINEX”) and the liaison director to the FINEX Capital Markets Development Committee and the ICT Committee. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Directors and is a director of a family-owned business – Murrayhill Realty and Development Corporation. She was formerly the
Country Manager and Head of Clients of ING Bank N.V. Manila, Philippines from September 2008 to 15 November 2017. She joined ING in February 1991 as Head of Financial Markets. She previously worked with SyCip, Gorres, Velayo & Co. (“SGV & Co.”) and Bank of Boston, Philippine Branch.

Ms. Garcia received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, major in Accounting (magna cum laude) from the University of the East and is a Certified Public Accountant.

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