Board of Directors

Pursuant to CNH Industrial’s Articles of Association, the Board of Directors may have three or more members. At the general meeting of the shareholders held on September 9, 2013, the number of the members of the Board of Directors was set at eleven. The current slate of Directors was appointed by the Company’s shareholders at the annual general meeting of shareholders (“AGM”) on April 16, 2014. The term of office of the current Board of Directors will expire on April 15, 2015, the date of the Company’s next AGM at which shareholders will appoint the Company’s Directors for a term of approximately one-year (i.e. the date of the AGM in 2016). Each Director may be re-appointed at any subsequent general meeting of shareholders.

The Board as a whole has collective responsibility for the strategy of the Company. The Board of Directors is composed of two executive Directors (i.e., the Chairman of the Company and the Chief Executive Officer), having responsibility for the day-to-day management of the Company, and nine non-executive Directors, who have responsibility with respect to the Board’s oversight function. Under Article 16 of CNH Industrial’s Articles of Association, the general authority to represent CNH Industrial shall be vested in the Board of Directors, as well as in each of the executive Directors to whom the title Chairman of the Company or Chief Executive Officer has been granted.

The Board of Directors has also appointed Mr. John Elkann Senior Non-Executive Director for the purpose of Section III.8.1 of the Code.

On September 9, 2013 the Board of Directors of the Company appointed the following internal committees: (i) an Audit Committee, (ii) a Governance and Sustainability Committee, and (iii) a Compensation Committee.

On certain key industrial matters the Board of Directors is advised by the Group Executive Council (“GEC”). The GEC is an operational decision-making body of CNH Industrial, which is responsible for reviewing the operating performance of the businesses, and making decisions on certain operational matters.

Seven directors qualified as independent (representing the majority of the directors) for purposes of the Dutch Corporate Governance Code and NYSE rules, Rule 10A-3 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”).

The Board of Directors has also appointed certain officers of the Company, including the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Chief Purchasing Officer, the Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, the Treasurer, the Secretary of the Board, the Chief Quality Officer, and the Chief Manufacturing Officer.

During 2014, there were five meetings of the Board of Directors. Attendance at the Board meetings was 100%.

The current composition of the Board of Directors is the following:

Sergio Marchionne, Chairman (Executive-Director)

Sergio Marchionne is Chairman of CNH Industrial N.V. He was Chairman of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and CNH Global N.V. until the merger of these companies into CNH Industrial. He also serves as CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., Chairman and CEO of FCA US LLC and Chairman of Ferrari S.p.A. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Philosophy from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Toronto, as well as a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Windsor (Canada). Mr. Marchionne is a barrister, solicitor and chartered accountant. He began his professional career in Canada. From 1983 to 1985, he worked for Deloitte & Touche. From 1985 to 1988, at the Lawson Mardon Group of Toronto. From 1989 to 1990, he served as Executive Vice President of Glenex Industries. From 1990 to 1992, he was Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Acklands Ltd. From 1992 to 1994, also in Toronto, he held the position of Vice President of Legal and Corporate Development and CFO of the Lawson Mardon Group. From 1994 to 2000, he covered various positions of increasing responsibility at Algroup, headquartered in Zurich (Switzerland), until becoming its CEO. He then went on to head the Lonza Group Ltd first as CEO (2000-2001) and then as Chairman (2002). In February 2002, he became CEO of the SGS Group of Geneva. In March 2006, he was appointed Chairman of the company, a position which he continues to hold. He was non-executive Vice Chairman and Senior Independent Director of UBS from 2008 until April 2010. Mr. Marchionne became a member of the Fiat S.p.A. Board of Directors in May 2003, and Chief Executive Officer on June 1, 2004. In addition, in June 2009, he was appointed CEO of Chrysler Group LLC (renamed FCA US LLC in December 2014) and, in September 2011, also assumed the role of Chairman. On October 13, 2014, he became CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and Chairman of Ferrari S.p.A. In May 2010, he joined the Board of Directors of EXOR S.p.A. He is a member of the Board of Philip Morris International Inc. and of the Board of the Peterson Institute for International Economics as well as Chairman of the Council for the United States and Italy.

Born in 1952, Canadian and Italian citizenship.

Richard J. Tobin, Chief Executive Officer (Executive-Director) of CNH Industrial N.V., Brand President, Case Construction Equipment and New Holland Construction Equipment, President, Construction Equipment Products Segment.

Mr. Tobin is Chief Executive Officer (Executive-Director), Brand President Case Construction Equipment and New Holland Construction Equipment and President, Construction Equipment Products Segment. Prior to the integration of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and CNH Global N.V. into CNH Industrial, Mr. Tobin was Group Chief Operating Officer of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and President and Chief Executive Officer of CNH, a role he assumed in January 2012 after two years as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for CNH. Mr. Tobin carries forth extensive experience in international finance and management that he acquired through regional and global leadership positions of growing responsibility and scope.

He began his career with GTE Corporation in Stamford, Connecticut (U.S.), as Vice President of International Marketing. In 1995, he joined Alusuisse-Lonza SA in Zurich, Switzerland, as General Manager and Vice President, where he remained until 2001, the year when he joined Alcan Aluminum of Montreal, Canada, with a general management role. In 2002, Mr. Tobin joined SGS Group of Geneva, Switzerland, where he became the Chief Operating Officer for North America. In 2004, he became SGS Group’s Chief Finance Officer & Head of Information Technology, a position he retained for six years before finally joining CNH in March 2010. Mr. Tobin holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration degrees from Norwich University and Drexel University, respectively. He currently sits on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is a member of the Business Roundtable.

Born in 1963, American citizenship.

Jacqueline A. Tammenoms Bakker Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Member of the Governance and Sustainability Committee

Jacqueline A. Tammenoms Bakker was a Director of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. from April 5, 2012 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial.

Jacqueline A. Tammenoms Bakker studied at Oxford University (BA) and the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C. (MA). She joined Shell International in 1977 holding a number of positions in The Netherlands, the U.K. and Turkey. In 1989 she joined McKinsey where she worked as a consultant in the U.K. and The Netherlands until 1995 when she was appointed Vice- President Food Europe at Quest International (Unilever) in The Netherlands. In 1999 she moved to the public sector in The Netherlands, firstly as Director of GigaPort (a public-private initiative to roll out broadband networks), and then as Director-General of Freight Transport (2001-2004) and Director-General of Civil Aviation and Freight Transport (2004-2007) at the Dutch Ministry of Transport. In 2006 she was awarded the Légion d’Honneur for her contribution to cooperation between The Netherlands and France, and in 2006/2007 she chaired the High Level Group on the regulatory framework for civil aviation reporting to the EU Commissioner for Transport. Since 2008 Ms.

Tammenoms Bakker has been an independent Board member and is currently also a Board member of TomTom (NL). She is Chairman of the Van Leer Group Foundation (NL) and Vice-Chair of the advisory board of the Rotterdam School of Management. Previously she was a Board member of Vivendi (FR) (2010-2014) and Tesco PLC (UK) (2009-2015).

Born in 1953, Dutch citizenship.

John Elkann, Director (Senior Non-Executive Director), Chairman of the Governance and Sustainability Committee, Chairman of the Compensation Committee

John Elkann was a Director of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. from incorporation of the company until its merger into CNH Industrial. Mr. Elkann holds a degree in Engineering from Politecnico, the Engineering University of Turin (Italy). Mr. Elkann is Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EXOR S.p.A. and Chairman of Giovanni Agnelli e C. Sapaz. In addition, he serves as Chairman of Cushman & Wakefield and Italiana Editrice and is also on the boards of The Economist Group, News Corporation and Banca Leonardo.

While at university, he gained work experience at various Fiat Group companies in the UK and Poland (manufacturing), as well as France (sales and marketing). He started his professional career in 2001 at General Electric as a member of the Corporate Audit Staff, with assignments in Asia, the USA and Europe. Mr. Elkann is member of the IAC of Brookings Institution and of MoMA. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Italian Aspen Institute and the Giovanni Agnelli Foundation.

Born in 1976, Italian citizenship.

Mina Gerowin, Director (Non-Executive Director), Member of the Governance and Sustainability Committee

Ms. Gerowin has an A.B. from Smith College in Political Economy, a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School where she was a Baker Scholar. She practiced law in Switzerland and New York then worked as Investment Banker in International Mergers and Acquisitions at Lazard Frères in New York and Paris. Ms. Gerowin formed her own consulting and investing company, completing five LBO transactions and participated in their direction as an officer and director. After their sale she consulted internationally. Ms. Gerowin was a Managing Director and partner of Paulson Europe LLP in London working on event, credit, distressed, recovery and merger arbitrage. She joined Paulson & Co. in 2004, helping establish the hedge fund’s Event fund. Mina Gerowin is a Director of EXOR S.p.A., Lafarge S.A. and a member of the Global Advisory Committee of Samsung Asset Management.

Born in 1951, American citizenship.

Maria Patrizia Grieco, Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Member of the Compensation Committee

Maria Patrizia Grieco was a Director of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. from April 5, 2012 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial.

Ms. Grieco holds a degree in Law from Milan State University. She began her career in 1977 in the Legal & General Affairs division of Italtel, becoming head of the division in 1994. In 1999 she was appointed as Italtel’s Chief Operating Officer to reorganize and reposition the company, of which she became CEO in 2002. From September 2003 to January 2006, she was CEO of Siemens Informatica, the Siemens Business Services parent company in Italy. She became member of the Executive Council of Siemens Business Services at worldwide level.

From February 2006 to September 2008 she was a Partner of Value Partners and CEO of the Value Team Group – now NTT Data - which provides IT consultancy and services in Italy and abroad through approximately 2,700 professionals. From November 2008 to March 2013 she was CEO of Olivetti. She was also Chairman of Olivetti from June 2011 to June 2014. In May 2014 she was appointed Chairman of Enel S.p.A. She is on the Board of Anima Holding S.p.A. She has been appointed in November 2014 to the Board of Bocconi University. She serves as a Director of Save the Children and on the Advisory Board of British Telecom Italy.

Born in 1952, Italian citizenship.

Léo W. Houle, Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Member of the Compensation Committee

Mr. Houle was a Director of CNH Global N.V. from April 7, 2006 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial. On September 6, 2011, Mr. Houle was appointed to the Board of Directors of Chrysler Group LLC now known as FCA US LLC.

Mr. Houle was Chief Talent Officer of BCE Inc. and Bell Canada, Canada’s largest communications company, from June 2001 until his retirement in July 2008. Prior to joining BCE and Bell Canada, Mr. Houle was Senior Vice-President, Corporate Human Resources of Algroup Ltd., a Swiss-based diversified industrial company. From 1966 to 1987, Mr. Houle held various managerial positions with the Bank of Montreal, the last of which was Senior Manager, Human Resources Administration Centers. In 1987, Mr. Houle joined the Lawson Mardon Group Limited and served as Group Vice-President, Human Resources until 1994 when Algroup Ltd. acquired Lawson Mardon Group at which time he was appointed Head of Human Resources for the packaging division of Algroup and in 1997 Head of Corporate Human Resources of Algroup, Ltd. Mr. Houle completed his studies at the College Saint Jean in Edmonton, attended the Executive Development Program in Human Resources at the University of Western Ontario in 1987 and holds the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) from the Province of Ontario.

Born 1947, Canadian citizenship.

Peter Kalantzis, Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Member of the Audit Committee, Member of the Compensation Committee

Mr. Kalantzis was a Director of CNH Global N.V. from April 7, 2006 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial.

Mr. Kalantzis has been a non-executive member of various boards of directors since 2001. Prior to 2000, he was responsible for Alusuisse- Lonza Group’s corporate development and actively involved in the de-merger and stock market launch of Lonza, as well as the merger process of Alusuisse and Alcan. Mr. Kalantzis served as head of the Chemicals Division of Alusuisse-Lonza Group from 1991 until 1996. In 1991 Mr. Kalantzis was appointed Executive Vice-President and member of the Executive Committee of the Alusuisse-Lonza Group. Between 1971 and 1990 he held a variety of positions at Lonza Ltd. in Basel. Mr. Kalantzis is Chairman of the Board of Clair Ltd., Cham (Switzerland); Chairman of Von Roll Holding Ltd., Breitenbach (Switzerland); Chairman of Lamda Development Ltd., Athens (Greece); Chairman of Elpe- Thraki S.A., Athens (Greece) and Chairman of Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel AG, Cham (Switzerland). He is a member of the Board of Movenpick-Holding Ltd., Baar (Switzerland); of Paneuropean Oil and Industrial Holdings, Luxembourg; of Consolidated Lamda Holdings (Luxembourg); of SGS Ltd., Geneva (Switzerland); and of Hardstone Services SA, Geneva (Switzerland). From 1993 until 2002, he served on the Board of the Swiss Chemical and Pharmaceutical Association as Vice-President and in 2001-2002 as President. Mr. Kalantzis holds a Ph.D. in Economics and Political Sciences from the University of Basel and engaged in research as a member of the Institute for Applied Economics Research at the University of Basel between 1969 and 1971.

Born in 1945, Swiss and Greek citizenship.

John Lanaway, Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Member of the Audit Committee

Mr. Lanaway was elected a Director of CNH Industrial N.V. in September 2013. Mr. Lanaway previously served as a director of CNH Global N.V. from 2006 to 2013. On September 6, 2011, Mr. Lanaway was appointed to the Board of Directors of Chrysler Group LLC now known as FCA US LLC.

His work and academic background includes: 2011–Present, independent consultant; 2007-2011, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, North America at McCann Erickson; 2001-2007, various positions of increasing responsibility at Ogilvy North America, finally as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; 1999-2001, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at Geac Computer Corporation Limited; 1997-1999, Chief Financial Officer for Algorithmics Incorporated; 1995-1997, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Spar Aerospace; 1993-1994, Sector Vice President, Labels North America with Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1989-1993, Group Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1988-1989, General Manager at Lawson Mardon Graphics; 1985-1988, Vice President, Financial Reporting and Control at Lawson Mardon Group Limited; 1980-1985, Client Service Partner at Deloitte; and 1971-1980 Student-Staff Accountant-Supervisor-Manager with Deloitte. Mr. Lanaway graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, C.A. and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto.

Born in 1950, American, Canadian and British citizenship.

Guido Tabellini Director (Non-Executive Director - independent)

Guido Tabellini was a Director of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. from March 10, 2011 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial.

Guido Tabellini is a professor at Università Bocconi, where he also served as Rector from November 2008 to October 2012. Also at Bocconi, he served as Director and then President of the Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research (IGIER). Prior to that, Mr.

Tabellini taught at Stanford University, UCLA, Università di Cagliari and Università di Brescia. He has been a research fellow and advisor for numerous international organizations and research institutes and was a member of the Council of Economic Advisors to the Italian Prime Minister, of the Privatization Committee and of the Advisory Panel on Public Expenditures to the Italian Ministry of the Economy. Mr.

Tabellini received a Ph.D. in Economics from UCLA in 1984. He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society and a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has won the Y. Jahnsson Award from the European Economic Association and is also a former President of the European Economic Association. Mr. Tabellini has published numerous articles and books on macro-economics and political, international and public economics. He is also columnist for Il Sole 24 Ore. Board memberships at other listed companies: CIR.

Born in 1956, Italian citizenship.

Jacques Theurillat Director (Non-Executive Director - independent), Chairman of the Audit Committee

Mr. Theurillat was a Director of CNH Global N.V. from April 7, 2006 until the merger of the company into CNH Industrial.

Since May, 2008, Mr. Theurillat has served as Partner of Ares Life Sciences, a private equity fund whose objective is to build a portfolio in life sciences. Mr. Theurillat served as the Serono SA Deputy CEO until December 2006. In addition to his role as Deputy CEO, he was appointed Senior Executive Vice President, Strategic Corporate Development in May 2006 and was responsible for developing the company’s global strategy and pursuing Serono’s acquisition and in-licensing initiatives. From 2002 to 2006, Mr. Theurillat served as Serono’s President of European and International Sales & Marketing. In this position he was responsible for Serono’s commercial operations in Europe, IBO, Asia-Pacific, Oceania/Japan, Latin America and Canada. He became a Board member in May 2000. From 1996 to 2002, he was Chief Financial Officer. He previously served as Managing Director of the Istituto Farmacologico Serono in Rome, where he started in 1994. In 1993, he was appointed Vice President Taxes and Financial Planning for Serono. In 1990-1993, Mr. Theurillat worked outside Serono, running his own law and tax firm. Before that, he was Serono’s Corporate Tax Director, a post to which he was appointed in 1988. He first joined Serono in 1987 as a Corporate Lawyer working on projects such as the company’s initial public offering. Mr. Theurillat is a Swiss barrister and holds Bachelor of Law degrees from both Madrid University and Geneva University. He also holds a Swiss Federal Diploma (Tax Expert) and has a Master’s degree in Finance.

Born in 1959, Swiss citizenship.