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The following table presents the monetary incentive plans for key managers.

Values expressed in thousands of euros

Number of key managers with strategic responsibilities

Plan

Bonus for the year

Bonus for previous years

Other Bonuses

 

 

Payable/
Paid

Deferred

Deferral period

Still Deferred

 

11 (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remuneration in the company drawing up the financial statements

MBO 2012

Letters of

26/03/2012

19/04/2012

472

 

 

 

 

LTI 2012

Letters of

02/07/2012

 

240

2015

 

 

LTI 2011

Letters of

07/07/2011

 

202

2014

187

 

 

 

 

 

 

515

Remuneration from subsidiaries

MBO 2012

 

 

 

 

 

LTI 2012

 

574 (2)

2013

 

 

MBO 2011

 

 

 

769 (3)

 

LTI 2011

 

 

 

545 (4)

 

Total

 

472

1,016

 

1,501

515

(1) The bonuses shown in the table refer to key managers with strategic responsibilities as of 31/12/2012.

(2) Amount converted into euros at the average exchange rate in 2012 as of 31/12/2012 (Pesos/€ 5.84408).

(3) Amount converted into euros at the average exchange rate in 2012 as of 31/03/2012 (US$/€ 1.31082).

(4) Amount converted into euros at the average exchange rate in 2011 as of 31/12/2011 (Pesos/€ 5.74419).

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Key managers with strategic responsibilities for the year 2012
Name list  Responsibilities *
Simone Battiferri Business
Franco Bertone Telecom Argentina
Franco Brescia Public & Regulatory Affairs
Stefano Ciurli Supply Chain and Real Estate
Antonino Cusimano Legal Affairs
Luca Luciani Tim Brasil
Andrea Mangoni Administration, Finance and Control & International Development
Antonio Migliardi Human Resources & Organization
Piergiorgio Peluso Administration Finance and Control
Giuseppe Roberto Opilio Technology
Luca Rossetto Consumer
Alessandro Talotta National Wholesale Services
Paolo Vantellini Business Support Officer

(*) Due to the company reorganization, the strategic areas perimeter was changed in 2012. This table includes all the areas which were part of the perimeter, although only for a part of the year.