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Cemig Generation and Transmission

Cemig Distribution

The 8 most compelling reasons to invest in Cemig

Largest integrated Brazilian power company

  • Brazil’s largest Electric Power Distribution company *
  • Brazil’s third largest Electric Power Generation company
  • Brazil’s third largest Electric Power Transmission company


Positioning: major player in consolidation of Brazil’s power sector

  • History of successful acquisitions
  • Investments in new power projects
  • Rigorous selection of investments based on returns and value accretion


Highest liquidity in the Brazilian power sector

  • Free float of more than 76%
  • More than 100,000 shareholders, spread over more than 40 countries
  • Listed on 3 stock exchanges: São Paulo, New York and Madrid
  • Average daily trading in 2013: R$ 78mn in São Paulo (BM&FBOVESPA); US$27mn in New York (NYSE)


Balanced portfolio of investments Interests cover the three areas of the power sector:

  • Generation – 70 power plants
  • Transmission – 9,454 miles of transmission lines
  • Distribution – 526,869 miles of distribution network
  • EBITDA is balanced between the businesses**: Generation 58%; Distribution and others businesses, 7%; Transmission, 35%.


Outstanding corporate governance

  • Rigorous compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Board of directors: support structure includes six support committees
  • Pro-market by-laws limit ratios of investment and debt to EBITDA


Leader in sustainability

  • The only Latin American utility included in the DJSI World since that index was created (1999)
  • Included in Bovespa’s CSI (Corporate Sustainability Index) since creation of that index (2005)
  • One of only three Brazilian companies in the Global Dow


Solid and growing financial results

  • Robust, growing EBITDA
  • Continuous growth in net profit


Strong dividend policy

  • Minimum dividend is 50% of the net profit for the previous year
  • Extraordinary dividends may be paid in alternate years


* By length of network, and by number of clients
** Figures for December/2013

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