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1.What businesses does CCU participate in?

CCU – is a diversified beverage company operating in Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Paraguay and Uruguay. CCU is the largest Chilean brewer, the second-largest Chilean carbonated soft drinks producer, the largest Chilean water and nectar producer, and the largest pisco producer. It is the second-largest Argentine brewer, and participates in the beer, water and soft drinks industries in Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia, and in the beer industry in Colombia. It is one of the largest Chilean wine producers, and the second-largest Chilean wine exporter. The Company´s principal licensing, distribution and / or joint venture agreements include Heineken Brouwerijen B.V., Anheuser-Busch Incorporated, PepsiCo Inc., Seven-up International, Schweppes Holdings Limited, Société des Produits Nestlé S.A., Pernod Ricard Chile S.A., Watt´s S.A., and Coors Brewing Company. For further information, visit www.ccu.cl.

2.Where are Headquarters?

Vitacura 2670, Las Condes , Santiago, Chile.

3.How can I contact CCU's Investor Relations Department?

  • Nicolás Novoa - Financial Planning and Investor Relations Manager
  • Claudio Las Heras - Head of Investor Relations
  • Carolina Burgos - Investor Relations Senior Analyst

4. When did CCU start to publicly trade its shares and ADRs?

In Chile since 1902 and in the United States (ADR) since 1992 (second Chilean Company to list its shares).

5. How many shareholders does CCU have? What is the shareholder structure?

CCU has a total of 369,502,872 shares. The property as of December 31, 2017 is distributed as follows:

  • Inversiones y Rentas S.A. 60.0%
  • ADRs 17.2%
  • Otros 22.8%

Inversiones y Rentas S.A. is 50% owned by Quiñenco S.A. and 50% by Heineken.

6. What is an ADR?

An ADR or American Depositary Receipt is a stock that trades in the United States but represents a specified number of shares in a foreign corporation.

7. Where are CCU’s ADRs traded?

CCU’s ADRs are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), in the United States (www.nyse.com).

8. What is CCU’s ticker on NYSE and on the Santiago Stock Exchange?

The ticker is the symbol under the company is identified in different markets. CCU is identified under the ticker “CCU” in both the NYSE and the Santiago Stock Exchange.

9. What is CCU’s depositary bank for its ADRs?

The depositary bank for CCU’s ADRs is JPMorgan. As a depositary bank, JPMorgan is also a broker, because it pays the dividends, keeps different kinds of registers and coordinates the voting process.

10. What is the common share to ADR ratio?

One ADR is equal to two common shares.

11. How can I buy or sell shares and ADRs?

Reaching a stock broker in Chile or in the United States.

12. Where can I find a historical evolution of the share price?

Visit our web site, and click on the link “Stock Information”

13. What is CCU’s dividend policy?

CCU’s dividend policy is to distribute at least 50% of its net income.

14. Are there preferential dividends rights for any shareholder?

No, all shareholders have the same dividend right because there is only one kind of share.

15. Do any shareholders have preferential voting rights?

No, all shareholders have the same voting rights.

16. Who are CCU’s Board Members?

CCU’s 9 Board Members are:

  • Andrónico Luksic, Chairman
  • Carlos Molina, Vice Chairman
  • Francisco PérezDirector
  • Vittorio CorboDirector
  • Pablo GranifoDirector
  • Rodrigo HinzpeterDirector
  • Hemmo ParsonDirector
  • Rory Cullinan, Director
  • José Miguel BarrosDirector

17. Are the Chairman and CEO jobs separate?

Yes, the Chairman of the Board of Directors is Andrónico Luksic and CCU’s CEO is Patricio Jottar.

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