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Wienerberger Appoints Broadridge to aid its Shareholder Communications

United Kingdom, London, April 15, 2007 -- Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., which was officially spun off from Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NYSE:ADP) on March 30 th, has announced that Wienerberger AG, Vienna, is the latest member of its International Shareholder Communications Programme.

Wienerberger was founded in 1819 in Vienna and has traded on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1869. Since 1986 it has transformed from a local Austrian brick-maker to become the world’s largest producer of bricks and a leading supplier of clay roof tiles & paving in Europe .

As with many growth-oriented corporations Wienerberger is constantly striving to increase its level of corporate governance and shareholder participation at its general meetings. Broadridge’s International Shareholder Communications Programme has been selected by Wienerberger to service its 2007 Annual General Meeting. The Programme will facilitate the vote collection process, accurately and electronically.

“We are pleased to have selected Broadridge to service our AGM, as we take very seriously the first-class treatment of our investors and are committed to increasing meeting participation”, said Thomas Melzer, Head of Corporate Communications at Wienerberger.

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About Broadridge

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR) is the leading provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions for broker-dealers, banks, mutual funds and other corporations. Broadridge’s investor and customer communications, securities processing and managed services solutions help clients reduce their capital investments in operations infrastructure, allowing them to increase their focus on core business activities. With over 50 years of experience, Broadridge's infrastructure underpins proxy voting services for over 90% of public companies and mutual funds in North America and processes on average $5 trillion in equity and fixed income trades per day. Broadridge employs approximately 10,000 associates in 14 countries.

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