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We hereby communicate to Shareholders that by resolution of the Annual/Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders held on April 11th, 2012, the Company will be paying until June 11th, the dividends relative to fiscal year 2011, for its ordinary shares. Hence, the date for identification of shareholders entitled to receive dividends was set as April 11th 2012. The shares purchased from April 12th onwards will be ex-right for dividend distribution.


Dividends Value per share

(with all the decimal places to be considered for payment)
Ordinary Shares R$0.125863449


Value per share

(with all the decimal places to be considered for payment)
Ordinary Shares R$0.094787112

2 – FORM OF PAYMENT (BOOK-ENTRY SHARES): 2.1. For shareholders with shares held in trust custody (CBLC - Companhia Brasileira de Liquidação e Custódia), payment is made directly through the BM&FBOVESPA S.A. – Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias e Futuros, and then transferred to shareholders through the custody agents;
2.2. Credit to the bank account designated by the shareholder; and
2.3. Dividends paid through the bank branches of Banco Bradesco S.A., for those not falling within one of the above mentioned alternatives;

3 - GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: To qualify to receive dividends, shareholders must present, if individuals, their CPF taxpayer card and personal identification document; if legal entities, shareholders must present the CNPJ corporate taxpayer card, articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes of the shareholders' meeting that elected the current officers and the CPF personal taxpayer card and personal identification document of the company's legal representatives, and when the company is represented by proxy, the respective power of attorney instrument, duly registered, that specifies the power to receive dividends.


4.1. At any bank branches of Banco Bradesco S.A.;
4.2. Additional clarifications may be obtained at Banco Bradesco S.A. e-mail address:
4010.acecustodia@bradesco.com.br  .
Pursuant to Article 287, Item II, Letter "a" of Law 6,404/76 (Brazilian Corporation Law), the right to receive dividends expires in 3 (three) years from the date on which the dividends are made available to shareholders, and under Article 206, Paragraph 3, Item II of Brazil's Civil Code, the option to make interest, dividend or supplementary payments expires in 3 (three) years.

Rio de Janeiro, April 11th, 2012.

Rogerio Tostes Lima
Investor Relations Officer
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