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F-3
TRIVAGO N.V. filed this Form F-3 on 04/05/2018
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CHAIRMAN, VICE-CHAIRMAN AND COMPANY SECRETARY
Article 5
5.1 The Chairman should act on behalf of the Supervisory Board as the main contact for the Management Board, the Supervisory Board and for shareholders regarding the functioning of Managing Directors and Supervisory Directors.
5.2 The Chairman shall endeavour that:
a.     the Supervisory Board has proper contact with the Management Board and the General Meeting;
b.     the Supervisory Board elects a Vice-Chairman;
c. the functioning of individual Management Board members and Supervisory Board members is assessed at least annually;
d. the Committees function properly;
e.     there is sufficient time for deliberation and decision-making by the Supervisory Board;
f. the Supervisory Directors Managing Directors follow their induction programme;
g. the Supervisory Directors and Managing Directors follow their education or training programme;
h. the Supervisory Directors receive all information that is necessary for the proper performance of their duties in a timely fashion;
i. the Management Board performs activities in respect of culture;
j. he recognises signs from the Company's business and ensures that any actual or suspected misconduct is reported to him without delay;
k. the General Meeting proceeds in an orderly and efficient manner in order to promote a meaningful discussion at the General Meeting;
l. effective communication with shareholders is assured; and
m. any takeover process is properly conducted.
5.3 The Chairman should consult regularly with the Company's chief executive officer.
5.4 The Vice-Chairman shall deputise for the Chairman when the occasion arises. All duties of the Chairman shall vest in the Vice-Chairman if the Chairman is absent or unable to act. The Vice-Chairman should also act as contact for individual Supervisory Directors and Managing Directors regarding the functioning of the Chairman.

DECISION-MAKING
Article 6
6.1 The Supervisory Board shall meet as often as any of the Supervisory Directors deems necessary or appropriate.
6.2 Supervisory Directors are expected to attend Supervisory Board Meetings.
6.3 A Supervisory Board Meeting may be convened by the Chairman by means of a written notice. If the Chairman fails to convene a Supervisory Board Meeting within one week after a request was made by any Supervisory Director to do so, the requesting Supervisory Director(s) may convene the Supervisory Board Meeting by means of a written notice.
6.4 All Supervisory Directors shall be given reasonable notice of at least one week for all Supervisory Board Meetings, unless a shorter notice is required to avoid a delay which could reasonably be expected to have an adverse effect on the Company and/or the business connected with it. Notice of a Supervisory Board Meeting shall include the date, time, place and agenda for that Supervisory Board Meeting and shall be sent to the Supervisory Directors in writing.