Relevant Event: Aleatica adopts best practices and advances in national measurement of corporate integrity

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]•The indicators that make up the measurement developed by Transparencia Mexicana and Mexicanos against Corruption and Impunity indicate that Aleatica made significant progress in the development,publication and quality of its corporate integrity policies.
• On the scale of 0 to 100 established by the IC500, Aleatica’s score increased by 15.7 points compared to last year. In 2018, it scored 94.1, the highest among the companies evaluated.
• The timeframe for the analysis ended in May 2018. Since then, the company has undertaken additional actions – driven by IFM Investors, its controlling shareholder – tostrengthen its compliance, corporate governance and transparency practices

Aleatica, S.A.B. de C.V. (“Aleatica” or the “Company”) (BMV: “OHLMEX”) informs that, its sustained efforts to implement best practices in transparency,corporate governance and compliance, were reflected in the outcome of the “Corporate Integrity 500” (IC500) measurement. This measurement is prepared jointly by Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity and Mexican Transparency, two leading civil society organizations.
According to the 2018 edition of the IC500, Aleatica obtained a score of 94.1, measured on a scale of 0 to 100. This measure assesses the existence and publicity of corporate integrity policies of companies. Aleatica obtained the highest score of all the companies evaluated. CONMEX, Aleatica’s subsidiary company that operates the Circuito Exterior Mexiquense, obtained the same score.
Compared to last year’s results, both companies reported significant improvements. Scores for Aleatica and CONMEX increased by 15.7 and 27.4 points, respectively.
Aleatica recently restructured as a pure infrastructure operator, following the global acquisition by IFM Investors in April this year. The company has announced a series of measures aimed at positioning the company as a benchmark in terms of transparency, good corporate governance and compliance.

Some additional steps by Aleatica to strengthen corporate integrity that were implemented after the timeframe of analysis for the development of this measurement, which ended in May 2018, include the appointments of the Global Director of Compliance and Risk Management, the Global Legal Director and, specifically in Mexico, the appointment of three additional separate directors to the Board of Directors of the company. Most of the company’s directors in Mexico are independent.
In September 2018, IFM Investors requested an independent third party review the company’s compliance program, including its internal policies, such as the Code of Ethics and the Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy; a collaborative framework for transparent publication, in accordance with applicable law, of key concession terms (subject to the consent of the authorities which grant the concessions); and the establishment of a mechanism enabling the Company to seek an independent view in situations where a potential conflict of interest is identified. The independent directors and members of the Aleatica Corporate Practices Committee in Mexico approved that the Company enter into a cooperation agreement with IFM Investors, committing to work together to achieve the stated objectives.
While some of these elements would not be reflected through the indicators that currently make up the measurement, they are key elements in further promoting the full adoption of corporate integrity policies. As such, they reflect the sustained commitment of Aleatica and its controlling shareholder, IFM Investors, to continue strengthening its transparency, anti-corruption policies and good corporate governance.

About Aleatica, S.A.B. de C.V.

Aleatica, S.A.B. de C.V. is positioned as a relevant transport infrastructure operator in the industry within the metropolitan area of Mexico City, both for the number of concessions awarded and the miles of highways under management. Currently, Aleatica, S.A.B. de C.V. builds, manages, operates and maintains 7 toll roads and one airport. The highway and related infrastructure concessions are located in urban areas with high vehicular traffic in Mexico City, Mexico State and the State of Puebla, that are home to 27.22% of the nation’s population and in 2015 generated 29.23% of GDP and accounted for 34.39% of the total number of vehicles in Mexico (12.02 million (Mexico City 4.7 million, State of Mexico 5.9 million, and Puebla 1.4 million)). In the airport sector, Aleatica participates in the integral management of the second largest airport serving the Mexico City metropolitan area.

About IFM Investors
IFM Investors is a global institutional funds manager with approximately US$80 billion under its management as of June 30, 2018. Established more than 20 years ago and owned by 27 Australian pension funds, IFM Investors’ interests are deeply aligned with those of its investors. Investment teams in Australia, Europe and North America manage institutional strategies across debt investments, infrastructure, listed equities and private equity. IFM Investors is committed to the United Nations supported Principles for Responsible Investment and has been a signatory since 2008. IFM Investors has offices in eight cities: Melbourne, Sydney, New York, London, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul.


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