SECTION 3. Services. (a) Each trustee, both numerous and not collectively, accepts that until the expiry of the term (as defined below) or the prior termination of his obligations under this section 3, in accordance with Section 4, point d), he becomes to the company or one of its subsidiaries; of their own company and their associate directors and their respective officers, collaborators, representatives, representatives, representatives and third parties, as they act as such managers at their sole discretion, from time to time, of the supervisory, advising and advising services relating to the affairs of the company and its subsidiaries, to the extent required by the company, in any case, as the company will reasonably and explicitly request from management, in terms of legal basis, the services requested by the executives, including, but not limited to providing advice on the structure, distribution and date of public debt or equity offers, as well as advice regarding relations with the entity153s and its subsidiaries153 , lenders and bankers, including the selection, retention and oversight of independent auditors, (ii) policy advice for the company and its subsidiaries; (iii) advice on the structuring and implementation of participation plans, staff performance plans and other incentive agreements for certain company executives; (iv) general advice on equities and/or acquisitions; (v) advice on the business of the company and its subsidiaries, and (vi) “services”). Neither manager is required to provide other services to the company or its subsidiaries unless there is agreement between that manager and the company or its subsidiaries on the extent and payment of these other services. The owner must obtain his approval if the management company wishes to deviate significantly from the budget.