September 26, 2019

For the fifth consecutive year, Empresas CMPC has been selected to be part of the Dow Jones
Sustainability Index Chile (DJSI), a stock market indicator that brings together companies, which
have proved greater leadership and management in sustainability matters. Likewise, for the first
time, Empresas CMPC has been included in the Emerging Markets category, adding therefore a
third portfolio to those it already holds (Chile and MILA Pacific Alliance).

“Being accepted into the category of  ‘Emerging Markets’ constitutes recognition and is a good
reflection of the work we have been performing in recent years, both to consolidate and make
public our most relevant information on sustainability issues, and to face new environmental
commitments, such as the 50% reduction of our absolute greenhouse gas emissions, of scopes 1
and 2, by 2030” Francisco Ruiz-Tagle, general manager of Empresas CMPC, said.

The DJSI has been published since 1999 and only nine Chilean companies can access four index
categories: Chile, MILA Pacific Alliance, Emerging Markets; and World. In the “Emerging Markets” case, the sustainability leaders on emerging markets are considered according to the Swiss sustainable investment fund RobecoSAM.

More than 2,000 companies around the world are analyzed, participants in 61 different industries.