Wereldhave General Meeting of Shareholders
The General Meeting of Shareholders is usually held in April of each year.
Following the issuance of 5,250,000 new shares on June 25th, 2015, the number of ordinary shares amounts to 40,270,921 shares with a € 1 nominal value. There are currently no preference shares outstanding. Requests from investors who solely or jointly represent 1% of the issued capital to have items placed on the agenda of the General Meeting of Shareholders shall be honoured if such requests are submitted to the Board of Management or the Supervisory Board at least 60 days before the scheduled date of the meeting, unless the Supervisory Board and the Board of Management deem that it is against the company’s interests to include the item on the agenda as there are vital interests of the company opposing the inclusion of such item or items in the agenda. The resulting discussion in the General Meeting of Shareholders should not affect the overall course of the meeting. The secretary of the company will take minutes of the proceedings at the meeting. The minutes will be signed by the Chairman of the Meeting and the secretary. In principle, the minutes should be published on the Wereldhave website less than a month after the meeting and copies of the minutes are made available free of charge.
The Articles of Association can be amended by the General Meeting of Shareholders by absolute majority, following a proposal from the Supervisory Board as outlined in article 35 of the articles of association.
In light of the continuing Covid-19 crisis, the Meeting will be held online through a webcast, without physical attendance of shareholders. The Company offers shareholders the possibility to put questions by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions by e-mail can be sent until April 20, 2021 by shareholders who registered for the meeting. At the AGM these questions will be grouped and answered. Shareholders who have timely raised questions, can also put follow-up questions through a live chat function. These follow-up questions will be answered during the meeting, or within two working days afterwards on the website of the Company.