CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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  • Overview
    BRF was the first company in the food and beverages sector to adopt BM&F Bovespa’s Novo Mercado regulations. Its corporate governance model rests on the three pillars of ethics, transparency and equitability. Governance bodies include the General Shareholders’ Meeting, the Board of Directors, the Fiscal Council, which accumulates the functions of an Audit Committee, advisory committees to the Board of Directors and the Board of Executive Officers
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  • Management
    The building blocks of governance include the general shareholders‘ meeting, the Board of Directors, the supervisory board that performs Committee auditing functions, advisory committees for the Board of Directors and executive officers.
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  • Shareholder Composition
    A member of the BM&FBOVESPA Novo Mercado since 2006, BRF is the first company in the food and beverage sector to follow the rules pertaining to this sector. Besides, its shares are traded not only on the São Paulo stock exchange (BM&FBOVESPA - BRFS3), but also on the New York Stock Exchange (ADRS level III - BRFS).
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  • Meetings and minutes
    Access all records and minutes of the meeting of BRF boards and committees.
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  • Policies, Bylaws and Rules
    Access all Bylaws, policies and rules pertaining to BRF investors.
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  • Dividends and Dividend Policy
    The Corporations Law and the Company‘s Bylaws require the Company to convene an ordinary general shareholders’ meeting by April 30 of every year, in which, among other matters, shareholders must decide on the distribution of annual dividends. On the dividend declaration date, all shareholders have the right to receive dividends.
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  • ADR
    Under the terms of current New York Stock Exchange corporate governance rules, as approved by the Stock Commission on November 4, 2003 (except for section 303A.08, which was approved on June 30, 2003), BRF must disclose any significant deviations in its corporate governance practices from the NYSE Registry standards with which national companies must comply.
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