Appendix 1

The Lehman Brothers Board of Directors in 2007

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APPENDIX 1

The Lehman Brothers Board of Directors in 2007

Chairman and CEO

Dick Fuld

Compensation: $40m., of which $5m. was reserved stock in the company.

Directors

Michael Ainslie

Director since 1996.

Private Investor and Former President and Chief Executive; Officer of Sotheby's Holdings.

Age 64.

Compensation (2007): $95,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

John F. Akers

Director since 1996.

Retired Chairman of International Business Machines Corporation.

Age 73.

Compensation (2007): $115,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Roger Berlind

Director since 1985.

Theatrical Producer. Also a private investor, a former theatrical producer and principal of Berlind Productions since 1981.

Age 77.

Compensation (2007): $107,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Thomas Cruikshank

Director since 1996.

Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Office of Halliburton Company.

Age 76.

Compensation (2007): $140,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Marsha Johnson Evans

Director since 2004.

Rear Admiral US Navy (retired). Former President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Red Cross, 2002–5.

Age 60.

Compensation: $128,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Sir Christopher Gent

Director since 2003.

Former Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone and non-executive Chairman of GlaxoSmithKline plc.

Age 63.

Compensation: $120,500 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Jerry A. Grundhofer

Director from April 2008 until March 2009.

Chairman Emeritus and former Chief Executive Officer of US Bancorp.

Age 63.

Compensation: n/a.

Roland Hernandez

Director since 2005.

Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Telemundo Group, Inc.

Age 50.

Compensation: $80,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

Henry Kaufman

Director since 1995.

President of Henry Kaufman & Company, Inc. since 1988. Former Chief Economist at Salomon Brothers.

Age 80.

Compensation: $95,000 cash, options $245,388.

John D. Macomber

Director since 1994.

Principal of JDM Investment Group.

Age 80.

Compensation: $132,000 cash, $245,038 stock awards.

In addition, board members held the following amounts of reserved stock in numbers of shares:

Ainslie 21,215

Akers 12,749

Berlind 41,076

Cruikshank 48,013

Evans 17,130

Gent 17,130

Hernandez 6,872

Kaufman 18,286

Macomber 46,263

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