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An overview of SABMiller's values, brands, geographic operating regions and business performance.

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SABMiller plc - Corporate Presentation

About SABMiller

Building locally, winning globally,delighting consumers

70,000+people

200+beer brands

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Building locally, winning globally,delighting consumers

75+countries SABMiller joint ventures and associates

SABMiller subsidiaries

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Our vision To be the most admired company in the

global beer industry

Our mission To own and nurture local and international

brands that are the first choice of the

consumer

Our strategic direction

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Our values Our people are our enduring advantage

Accountability is clear and personal

We work and win in teams

We understand and respect ourcustomers and consumers

Our reputation is indivisible

Our strategic direction

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Our strategic priorities

Creating a balanced and attractive

global spread of businesses

Developing strong, relevant brand

portfolios that win in the local market

Constantly raising the profitability

of local businesses, sustainably

Leveraging our skills and global scale

Lager sales volumes 3 (million hl)

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EBITA2 (US$m)Group revenue1 (US$m)

Financial performance

Another year of strong financial results

Consistently growing revenues, profits and sales volumes

1 Group revenue includes the attributable

share of associates and joint ventures revenue.

2 EBITA is defined as operating profit before

exceptional items and amortisation of

intangible assets (excluding software) and

includes the groups share of associates and joint ventures operating profit, on a similar basis.

3 As defined in the definitions section on

page 180 of the Annual Report 2012.

Source: SABMiller Annual Report 2012

to 31 March 2012

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Shareholder value Annualised 5-year total shareholder return (TSR) has been 19%

Outperforming the FTSE 100 and our peer group (which

achieved 1.9% and 7.5% respectively) over the same period

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The most local of the global brewers

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Beer is an inherently local business:

We respect and nurture the history

and heritage of local brands, focusing

on local businesses with tailored

brand portfolios

Premium brands which cross a

national border account for 7.5% of

the worlds beer consumption, 4.8% in emerging markets

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At the heart of our business is a passion for producing quality beers

We are also innovators, creating:

affordable brands made from locally-grown ingredients

craft beers for the aficionado

local premium brands for consumers aspiring to affordable luxury

Our brewing expertise

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Winning market by market with strong, relevant brand portfolios tailored to local

consumer segments, drinking occasions and levels of disposable income

93% of our lager volume comes from markets in which we have No.1 or No.2

national market share positions:

Snow No.1 beer brand in China. It has grown from a regional brand into the largest brand by volume, not just in China, but in the world

Coors Light With its innovative super cold indicator label, new packaging and advertising, Coors Light has become the No.2 brand in the USA

Market-leading brands

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Global premium brands

Our four global brands have their own distinct

provenance and characteristics comprising:

the Italian style and craftsmanship

of Peroni Nastro Azzurro

the worlds original pilsener beer, the Czech-brewed Pilsner Urquell

the North European, non-conformist,

iconic Grolsch

the embodiment of American urban cool,

Miller Genuine Draft

Global

Premium

Local

Premium

Mainstream

Affordable/

Economy

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Local premium brandsLocal premium brands are growing strongly and widen the choice for consumers

looking for affordable luxury:

Global

Premium

Local

Premium

Mainstream

Affordable/

Economy

Seasonal derivatives of Cusquea in

Peru and Club Colombia in Colombia have

underpinned double-digit volume growth

Maluti Premium Lager was recently

reinvigorated to counter new premium

competition in Lesotho and now has

a premium market share of over 70%

Castle Lite, the new low calorie option

for consumers in South Africa, has

experienced very strong growth

Kozel 11 has performed strongly in

the Czech Republic, particularly in

the on-premise channel as a result

of outlet expansion

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Mainstream brandsGlobal

Premium

Local

Premium

Mainstream

Affordable/

Economy

Mainstream brands are at the core of our

brand portfolios and the main contributors

to volume sales:

In 2011 sales volumes by CR Snow in China

passed 100 million hectolitres

Previously a regional brand, Poker is now

a market leader across Colombia and one

of the most profitable brands in Bavarias portfolio

Castle Lagers sponsorship of South Africas 2010 FIFA World Cup team, and a more

recent campaign, It all comes together with a Castle, have driven double-digit growth

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Affordable/Economy brands

Global

Premium

Local

Premium

Mainstream

Affordable/

Economy

Affordable and economy brands cater to the aspirations of our lower

income consumers:

Eagle Brewed from barley malt and Uganda's finest home-grown Epuripursorghum, which is specifically cultivated for Eagle Lager and Eagle Extra

Impala The world's first commercial-scale cassava-based beer, brewed using 70% cassava sourced from smallholder farmers in Mozambique

In Latin America we introduced guilita and Pilsener in smaller, lower cost

225ml bottles and Poker, guilita and guilita Light in larger 750ml bottles

designed for sharing

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Low/non-alcohol andsoft drink portfolios

Although we are first and foremost a beer business,

we also brew low and non-alcoholic beers

We are also growing opportunities in adjacent non-

alcoholic categories such as malt, water and other

soft drinks

We bottle soft drinks for The Coca-Cola Company

in El Salvador, Honduras, and 20 of our African

markets, and for Pepsico International in Panama

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of these markets

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Expanding from our roots in Africa, weve built leading positions in all regions of the world in both emerging and developed markets

Building our global footprint

Global

growth

Primary listing on the

London Stock Exchange

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India

El Salvador,

Honduras,

Strategic alliance with

Castel Group in Africa

Creation of SABMiller

following the purchase of

Miller Brewing Company

Italy

South

America

Pacific Beverages JV

with Coca-Cola Amatil

formed in Australia

Ukraine,

Southern Sudan,

Acquisition of Royal Grolsch N.V.,

Creation of MillerCoors JV

in USA and Puerto Rico

Acquisition of remaining

shares in Poland

Argentina

Acquisition of Fosters Group Australia

SABMiller forms

strategic alliance

with Anadolu Efes

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We operate in both mature and emerging markets, exposing us to a range

of profitable and high-growth countries

Mature markets: above-average profit pools our focus is on enhancing value and improving margins

Emerging markets: above-average growth potential

76% of group EBITA is from developing and emerging economies

Highest beer volume growth is forecast to come from developing and

emerging markets, driven by the growth of middle class consumers

Strongly positioned in the right markets

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Sustainable development

Sustainable development is integral to the way

we do business

Beer is a local business typically brewed, sold and consumed in the same community

Our success is linked to the well-being of

the communities in which we operate

We work with partners globally and locally

to tackle the sustainable development

challenges we jointly face

Our framework Ten Priorities. One Future informs how we focus our efforts and

prioritise our resources

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Inclusive growth We seek to generate inclusive growth by building

value chains that drive economic growth and

stimulate social development while using scarce

natural resources efficiently

In this way, we can generate long-term returns

for our business while creating wealth for the

communities and protecting th