THE CORPORATE LIBRARY

Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

AMIS Holdings, Inc. (AMIS)

4/27/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Stanton is a founder of Francisco Partners, a private equity firm, and has been its Managing Partner since its formation in August 1999. We are party to a shareholders’ agreement with Francisco Partners, CVC and Nippon Mining, each of which beneficially owns more than 5% of our outstanding common stock, and certain other stockholders. This agreement originated at the time Francisco Partners and CVC invested in our Company and was amended and restated at the time of our initial public offering in 2003. The agreement covers matters of corporate governance, restrictions on transfer of our securities, tag-along rights, rights to compel a sale of securities, registration rights and information rights. We are party to advisory agreements with each of Francisco Partners and CVC pursuant to which each may provide financial advisory and consulting services to us. For 2004 and 2005, we paid no fees and recorded no expenses related to these agreements. For 2003, we recorded expenses totaling $1.5 million related to these agreements. Each advisory agreement was amended at the time of our initial public offering in 2003 and annual advisory fees payable under these agreements ceased. We paid our advisors an aggregate one-time fee of $8.5 million at the time of the amendment for investment banking and financial advisory services. We may in the future engage the advisory services of Francisco Partners and CVC under these agreements but Francisco Partners and CVC are not required to provide such services and there are no future annual advisory fees contemplated by these agreements. Each advisory agreement has an initial term of ten years, ending on December 20, 2010 and will automatically extend on a year-to-year basis thereafter unless it is terminated by Francisco Partners, CVC or us upon written notice 90 days prior to the expiration of the initial term or any extension. Each advisory agreement includes customary indemnification provisions in favor of each of CVC and Francisco Partners.

Mr. Deb is a founder and Managing Partner of Francisco Partners, L.P. and has been a Partner since its formation in August 1999. We are party to a shareholders’ agreement with Francisco Partners, CVC and Nippon Mining, each of which beneficially owns more than 5% of our outstanding common stock, and certain other stockholders. This agreement originated at the time Francisco Partners and CVC invested in our Company and was amended and restated at the time of our initial public offering in 2003. The agreement covers matters of corporate governance, restrictions on transfer of our securities, tag-along rights, rights to compel a sale of securities, registration rights and information rights.

Shareholders’ Agreement

We are party to a shareholders’ agreement with Francisco Partners, CVC and Nippon Mining, each of which beneficially owns more than 5% of our outstanding common stock, and certain other stockholders. This agreement originated at the time Francisco Partners and CVC invested in our Company and was amended and restated at the time of our initial public offering in 2003. The agreement covers matters of corporate governance, restrictions on transfer of our securities, tag-along rights, rights to compel a sale of securities, registration rights and information rights. For a description of the corporate governance provisions in this agreement, see “Corporate Governance — Shareholders Agreement” above.

Advisory Agreements

We are party to advisory agreements with each of Francisco Partners and CVC pursuant to which each may provide financial advisory and consulting services to us. For 2004 and 2005, we paid no fees and recorded no expenses related to these agreements. For 2003, we recorded expenses totaling $1.5 million related to these agreements. Each advisory agreement was amended at the time of our initial public offering in 2003 and annual advisory fees payable under these agreements ceased. We paid our advisors an aggregate one-time fee of $8.5 million at the time of the amendment for investment banking and financial advisory services. We may in the future engage the advisory services of Francisco Partners and CVC under these agreements but Francisco Partners and CVC are not required to provide such services and there are no future annual advisory fees contemplated by these agreements.

Each advisory agreement has an initial term of ten years, ending on December 20, 2010 and will automatically extend on a year-to-year basis thereafter unless it is terminated by Francisco Partners, CVC or us upon written notice 90 days prior to the expiration of the initial term or any extension. Each advisory agreement includes customary indemnification provisions in favor of each of CVC and Francisco Partners.

Other Transactions

We are a “primary responsible party” to an environmental remediation and cleanup at our former corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Costs incurred include implementation of the clean-up plan, operations and maintenance of remediation systems, and other project management costs. We believe that the annual cost of operating the groundwater treatment system will be immaterial to our financial statements in 2006. Nippon Mining and its subsidiary agreed to indemnify us for any obligation relating to this environmental issue at the time of our recapitalization in 2000.

In September 2004, AMI Semiconductor, Inc., our wholly-owned subsidiary, signed a memorandum of understanding with Synecor, LLC, of which Mr. Starling is chief executive officer and a managing member. In the memorandum of understanding, AMI Semiconductor and Synecor agreed that they intend to enter into a strategic business relationship whereby AMI Semiconductor would be the exclusive supplier to Synecor and its affiliates of digital and mixed signal application specific integrated circuits (“ASICs”) for use in medical products. The parties contemplate entering into definitive agreements specifying the details of this relationship but have not yet done so. AMI Semiconductor is currently in the development phase of two devices for Interventional Rhythm Management (“IRM”), an affiliate of Synecor. In 2005, IRM paid AMI Semiconductor $421,921 in non-recurring engineering charges associated with the development of those devices. Mr. Starling was the chief executive officer of IRM until September 26, 2005 and serves as the chairman of its board of directors. He also owns approximately 8% of IRM’s stock.

In 2004 and 2005, AMI Semiconductor manufactured integrated circuits for Intersil Corporation on a foundry services basis. Intersil paid AMI Semiconductor $10,615,822 in 2004 and $5,889,841 in 2005 for the integrated circuits. Mr. Williams was the chairman of Intersil’s board of directors until May 2005. Mr. Urry is a member of Intersil’s board of directors.