September 18, 2021

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Usiminas approves a dividend of R$1.21 billion, totaling R$1.04 per share.

São Paulo – Usiminas Board of Directors (USIM5) Approval of the distribution of 1.211 billion Brazilian riyals, proceeds referring to the profits of the first half.

There will be R$829.9 million in dividends totaling R$0.646624597 per common share, R$0.711287057 per preferred share and another R$448.6 million in interest on equity (JCP), which represents a net amount of R$0.297122971 per common share and 0.326835268 BRL per share preferred share.

Payment will be made on October 5th, and the date, which is the day investors need to hold company shares in their portfolio to be entitled to the proceeds, is August 31st. The shares will be traded “ex-proventos” on September 1, i.e. whoever buys shares from that day onwards will not be entitled to dividends or equity interest.

Disappointed by some analysts’ announcement. The Bradesco BBI analysis team has notably expressed its frustration with the decision.

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