Usiminas

Vision

To be an innovative steel making group with global reach and to grow in a sustainable manner to position itself among the most profitable in the industry.

Corporate Values

People: Usiminas trusts in people and applies the concepts of autonomy, cooperation and commitment.

Consistency: Usiminas is trustworthy and solid. It is consistent in its actions and long-term vision.

Technique: Usiminas dominates its knowledge and knowhow, in addition to knowledge and experience to execute and solve.

Care: Usiminas’ viewpoint is particular, from the details to the whole.

Openness: Usiminas is receptive and transparent. It is curious and at disposal for the construction and execution of ideas.

Board of Directors

Antonio MendesElias de Matos BritoKazuhiro EgawaLuiz Carlos de MirandaOscar Montero MartinezRita Rebelo Horta de Assis FonsecaRonald SeckelmannRuy Roberto Hirschheimer

Executive Board

Sergio Leite de Andrade – CEOMiguel Angel Homes Camejo - Comercial Vice-President OfficerAlberto Akikazu Ono - Finance and Investor Relations Vice-PresidentKohei Kimura - Technology and Quality Vice-President OfficerTakahiro Mori - Corporate Planning Vice-President OfficerTulio Cesar do Couto Chipoletti - Industrial Vice-President Officer

Usiminas’ shares are listed on the BM&FBOVESPA, with codes USIM3, USIM5 and USIM6, New York (OTC), with Level 1 ADRs, under code USNZY, and Madrid (Latibex) under codes XUSI and XUSIO. Usiminas’ shares are part of some of the main indexes in the market.

Presently, the voting shares are constituted as follows:

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With the slogan “Doing right, always works”, the Usiminas Integrity Program came into force in 01/15/2019, bringing together the policies and the updated version of the company's Code of Ethics and Conduct. The Program establishes new measures and guidelines aligned with the values ​​of the company, in addition to updating existing standards, and will serve as a reference for employees' day-to-day relations with their colleagues, suppliers and partners, among others, strengthening governance and transparency of procedures.

Sergio Leite, Usiminas' CEO, said the program is an important compliance tool in that it guides actions and strengthens ethical conduct on the part of all company professionals. “We are at a very important moment in the history of the country, in which we have been following a very strong and effective fight against corruption and behaviors considered inadequate. Today we are the country that has been the most oriented to this end. And we have to lead by example. For this, companies must act as multipliers of ethical practices in the construction of pillars for the improvement of Brazilian society. And here at Usiminas it's no different, “he says.

“The program was developed based on Usiminas' vision of being a reference in terms of quality and management in the steel industry, focusing on people, customers and generating sustainable results. The zeal is still for two of our intangible assets that deserve to be preserved, such as trust and reputation, “adds Legal General Manager Bruno Paulino.

Usiminas expects that in the coming weeks all the company's approximately 13,000 employees will have completed specific training on the program.


Code of Ethics and ConductAnticorruption PolicyCompetition PolicyPolicy of Conflict of Interests and Transactions with Related PartiesPolicy of Rewards, Gifts and HospitalitiesPolicy of Sponsorships and DonationsPolicy of Relationship with Agents

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