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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT REPORT | 2017 The materiality analysis methodology consists of three stages, which are analyzed in the fol-lowing.Stage 1: IdentificationSELONDA began the implementation of the materiality analysis process by identifying inter- nally –using for this purpose the Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development Team established under the CEO’s guidance– a number of topics which impact on sustainable devel- opment and are significant for its stakeholders. During this stage and in order to identify the 35 significant topics* that emerged, the Sustainable Development Team examined internal poli- cies, practices and procedures of company, such as strategy, KPIs, risk assessments, stake- holder engagement and financial reports, as well as the GRI Standards and the Sustainable Development Goals.Stage 2: PrioritizationDuring the second stage, the company proceeded to evaluate and prioritize the identified topics: this was done both internally, by the company’s Sustainable Development Team, and exter- nally, by inviting its stakeholder groups to evaluate the significance to them, in terms of sus- tainable development, of the 35 topics identified, using for this purpose a custom-developed online questionnaire.The participation of SELONDA’s stakeholders in the materiality analysis process is presented in the graph below.**Stakeholder participationin the materiality analysis process“Following the GRIsustainability re- porting guide- lines, SELONDA in 2017 conducted for the first time the materiality analysis processNGOs 0.68%CUSTOMERS 9.46%UNIVERSITIES 5.07%SHAREHOLDERS 1.01%SOCIETY 3.04%CONSUMERS 7.77% BANKS0.34%EMPLOYEES 39.86%SUPPLIERS 26.69%SUPERVISORY BODIES6.08%Customers UniversitiesNGOs Shareholders Society ConsumersBanksEmployees Supervisory Bodies Suppliers*List of Significant Topics, p. 79 (Annex). 79** Theonlinesurveyyieldedatotalof296stakeholderresponses(completedquestionnaires)received.SELONDA AQUACALTURE / 33

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