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General Principles of Corporate Governance

Banco de Chile’s Board of Directors has approved a document denominated “General Principles of Corporate Governance” which contains an integral summary of the general principles of corporate governance to which Banco de Chile adheres and that arise from its by-laws, its Code of Ethics, the recommendations of international organisms and the legal provisions applicable to Banco de Chile, such as, the General Banking Act, the Law on Corporations, the Law on Securities Market, the regulations issued by the Chilean Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions and the applicable regulations issued by the Chilean Financial Market Commission. Likewise, these general principles are included in the group of Policies and Internal Procedures that the Bank has approved progressively and whose purpose is to implement the corporate governance principles arising from the indicated sources.

The purpose of the rules and principles of corporate governance is to improve progressively internal self-regulation mechanisms, assuring the integral compliance of the regulation in force, create value for the Bank and all of its shareholders, customer, employees, the community and the market in general and protect the permanent adherence to the Corporation’s values.

Finally, the General Principles of Corporate Governance constitute a manner of self-regulation that guide the general actions of Banco de Chile’s Management and its employees, including its subsidiaries.

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