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• statutory auditors’ review report on the process used by the BNP Paribas group to compile social

and environmental information and on a selection of sustainable development data and issues

As regards the selected data, we reviewed

the consistency and substance of the issues

described in the Sustainable Development

Report and the organisational system in place,

existing procedures, available documents and

dedicated reporting tools.

This work was performed on the basis of

interviews:

• For information on “professional equality”

(pages 81 and 85 of the Sustainable

Development Report), with:

- the Head of Diversity.

• For information on “health in the workplace”

(page 86) of the Sustainable Development

Report), with:

- the coordinator/doctor of the Workplace

Safety Department of BNP Paribas.

• For information on “anti-money laundering

mechanisms” (pages 34 and 35 of the

Sustainable Development Report), with:

- the person responsible for money-laundering

prevention and Group compliance/Financial

Security.

• For information on “employee savings plans”

(page 74 of the Sustainable Development

Report), with:

- the person responsible for employee savings

plans within the Group HR function.

• For information on the “financing of renewable

energy projects” (page 114 of the Sustainable

Development Report), with:

- the Chief Information Officer – Project Finance

of BNP Paribas Energy Commodities Export

Project.

• For information on “integration of the HEQ

approach into real estate activities” (pages

109 and 110 of the Sustainable Development

Report), with:

- the Chief Operating Officer of Meunier

Immobilier d’Entreprise.

• For information on “employees’ business trips”

(page 106 of the Sustainable Development

Report), with:

- the sustainable development correspondents

within the GOE function.

• For information on “the workforce in France

and worldwide” and the “age pyramid” (pages

66 and 67 of the Sustainable Development

Report); with:

- the person responsible for monitoring worldwide

HR reporting.

• For information from the BNP Paribas SA

social report relating to the number of young

people on work/study contracts (page 69 of

the Sustainable Development Report), with:

- the person responsible for management

control, studies and forecasts.

• For information on “environment-friendly office

supplies in France” (page 108 of the Sustainable

Development Report), with:

- the sustainable development correspondents

within the GOE function.

In performing our work we were assisted by

members of our teams specialised in sustainable

development issues, who were in turn

supervised by Sylvain Lambert, a PwC partner.

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