Key facts about ALROSA

ALROSA is a Russian partially state-owned diamond miner with shares listed at the Moscow Stock Exchange (MCX: ALRS) with 34 percent free float. Russia, Yakutia and Yakut municipal regions own 66 percent.

Established in 1992, ALROSA today is the largest diamond miner by volume worldwide as well as the largest vertically integrated company in the industry with all stages of the value chain in-house, from mining to cutting and polishing and jewelry creation. In 2020, the company mined 30 million carats of rough diamonds, revenue reached almost $3 billion.

ALROSA has its mining assets in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Arkhangelsk Region of Russia and trading offices at the world’s major diamond hubs in Antwerp, Ramat Gan, Dubai, Hong Kong, New York.

Focusing on sustainable development since its inception, ALROSA implements numerous social and environmental initiatives and retains positions in the FTSE4Good, MSCI ESG, WWF Russia, Sustainalytics, CDP, ISS ESG. In 2021, the company joined the UN Global Compact initiative.

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