At its meeting of March 4, 2004, Dexia's Board of Directors nominated Anne-Marie
Idrac as a member of the Board to replace Paul-Louis Halley, who died accidentally.
Ratification of her nomination will be submitted to shareholders at Dexia's
next general shareholders' meeting.
Born in July 1951, Anne-Marie Idrac is a graduate of the Institut d'études
politiques de Paris and has a law degree. In 1974, when she graduated from the
Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), she was assigned to the Ministry of
Equipment, where she worked for most of her career as a civil administrator
in the fields of the environment, housing, urbanism and transportation.
She was a technical counselor to Michel d'Ornano when he was Minister of
the Environment and Living Conditions (1979-1981).
Assigned from 1981 to 1990 to the construction division of the Ministry
of Equipment, she was successively assistant director for the improvement of
housing conditions, assistant director for housing financing and legal affairs,
and deputy director of construction.
CEO of the Etablissement public d'aménagement de Cergy-Pontoise from
1990 to 1993, she was then named Director of land transport at the Ministry
of Equipment, Transport and Tourism from 1993 to 1995.
From May 1995 to June 1997, she was State Secretary for Transport in the
two governments of Alain Juppé.
Anne-Marie Idrac was elected to the National Assembly as Deputy from Les
Yvelines in 1997 and in 2002. In 1998, she was elected to the Regional Council
of Ile-de-France. She served as Vice President and then General Secretary of
She was named Chair and CEO of the RATP on September 25, 2002, leading her
to resign from her elected offices and political responsibilities.
A former auditor of IHEDN, she has been president of the Mouvement Européen-France
since December 1999.