Jean-Michel Bonamy appointed Executive Vice President, Investor Relations

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Paris, 6 April 2009

Jean-Michel Bonamy appointed Executive Vice President, Investor Relations

Jean-Michel Bonamy has been appointed Executive Vice President in charge of Vivendi’s investor relations, reporting to Philippe Capron, Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Management Board of Vivendi. He replaces Daniel Scolan who is leaving Vivendi to devote himself to new projects, notably in the field of consulting.

In March 2008, Jean-Michel Bonamy joined Vivendi’s finance department as Vice President, Planning, Budget and Group Controller.

Before joining Vivendi, Jean-Michel Bonamy was co-head of Goldman Sachs’ media research in London. From 2001 to 2004 he was an investment analyst at Crédit Agricole Asset Management then at CA Cheuvreux. He started his career in 1996 at HSBC CCF Securities.

Aged 38, Jean-Michel Bonamy holds an Advanced Graduate Diploma (DESS) in banking and finance from the University of Paris 1 – Panthéon – Sorbonne, and has an MA in finance from the University of Reading (UK). He is a member of the SFAF.

About Vivendi
A world leader in communications and entertainment, Vivendi controls Activision Blizzard (#1 in video games worldwide), Universal Music Group (#1 in music worldwide), SFR (#2 in mobile and fixed telecom in France), Maroc Telecom (#1 in mobile and fixed telecom in Morocco), Canal+ (#1 in pay-TV in France and Poland) and owns 20% of NBCU (leading U.S. media and entertainment group). In 2008, Vivendi achieved revenues of 25.4 billion euros and adjusted net income of 2.7 billion euros. With operations in 77 countries, the Group has about 44,000 employees.

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