As owners, operators, lenders and developers of real assets, CIM maintains an unwavering commitment to supporting our
communities and stakeholders. We continue to take proactive measures to protect the health and safety of our employees
and all of those we interact with. We also strive to minimize any impact on our portfolios and business operations while
maintaining our commitment to delivering value and enhancing communities.

While we monitor the ever-changing business landscape, we have undertaken many initiatives to support our employees,
tenants, communities and stakeholders. Below are some of the highlights, which will be updated as we continue our efforts.

Transitioning Back to the Workplace

CIM is actively working to create safe and sanitary properties for our tenants and their employees.

 

Across the Organization

  • Established an internal Coronavirus Response Team that works closely with our Business Continuity Planning Committee (“BCP”) to monitor the situation, provide guidance to leadership and prepare communications for our various stakeholders regarding COVID-19.
  • On March 16, 2020, seamlessly transitioned to a work-from-数字货币合约交易教程_以太币合home environment across all of our corporate offices across the country, a well as a number of property-centric employees who can perform duties remotely.
  • Closed corporate offices or limited access to only those individuals with mission-critical responsibilities as determined by senior management.
  • Cancelled or postponed company-sponsored events, suspended all travel and replaced in-person interviews with videoconferencing for job candidates.
  • Continue to evaluate opportunities for cost savings and deferral of capital expenditures.
  • Establishing a plan for employees to return to the office – when appropriate – that aligns with CDC recommendations and industry best practices.
COVID - Working From 数字货币合约交易教程_以太币合home

For Our Employees

  • Supplied employees who are still working at our properties, construction sites and offices across the country with N-95 masks and other preventative sanitary supplies.
  • Implemented a number of programs and activities to support employees while working from 数字货币合约交易教程_以太币合home including webinars, educational resources, videoconference town halls, learning activities, and virtual meetings and informal gatherings.
  • Provided supplemental paid time off (“PTO”) for employees dealing with matters related to the coronavirus pandemic including self-quarantine and care for family members and those at high risk.
  • Acquired reusable cloth masks and sent them to employees’ 数字货币合约交易教程_以太币合homes for them and their family members.
COVID - Drive Through Testing

For Our Communities

  • Donated more than 1,000 N-95 masks to Cedars Sinai and UCLA Health to support healthcare workers on the front lines.
  • Partnering with San Bernardino County (California) as a COVID-19 sample drivethrough collection site in the parking lot of Montclair Place, a CIM property.
  • Donate fresh fruit on a weekly basis to The Dream Center in Los Angeles, a resource center focused on finding solutions to end 数字货币合约交易教程_以太币合homelessness and hunger.
  • Front & York, a CIM development in DUMBO Brooklyn, donated 350 N95 masks to Mount Sinai West hospital.
COVID - For Our Tenants

For Our Tenants

  • Published a Financial Relief Programs Guide, which you can access here, that outlines the various resources available at the federal, state and city level to help support their business.
  • Through an SBA lending organization owned by a vehicle operated by CIM, participated in the Payroll Protection Program as a lender and directly assist tenants that qualify for these forgivable loans.
  • Negotiated rent deferral plans with tenants that have been highly impacted by the pandemic and who reached out to us proactively.
COVID - Disinfecting Surfaces

For Our Properties

  • Implemented coronavirus preparedness measures for CIM’s managed and operated assets.
  • Conducted “tabletop exercises” with on-site property management teams to anticipate and train on how to respond to the COVID-19-related challenges they may face.
  • Installed hand sanitizer units at all lobby entrances.1
  • Arranged for more frequent cleaning of common areas and providing deep-cleaning services when requested by tenants.
  • Established a taskforce to assist tenants as they begin to return to our managed and operated assets, as well as to formulate protocols for proper social distancing, controlled access, reduction in common touch points, increased cleaning and regular communications.
  • Prepared “Return-to-the-Office” guidelines for tenants transitioning back to our commercial properties and installed signage throughout buildings highlighting safety protocols and physical distancing.

1) For in-line retailers or net-lease stand-alone properties, tenants are responsible for their own entrances.

There can be no assurance that CIM will replicate past results or meet its objectives in the future.

Securities distributed by affiliate broker-dealer: CCO Capital, LLC, member: FINRA / SIPC

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