- Data protection clause
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- Economic financial Information
- General corporate information
- Corporate governance
- General shareholders meeting
- Announcement and Agenda
- Number of Shares and Right to Vote
- Right to information
- Right of attendance and Right to appoint a proxy
- COVID Special Measures
- Attendance Cards, Proxy Cards and Distance Voting
- Electronic Forum
- Delegation, vote and e-assistance
- Remote attendance for registered shareholders
- General Shareholders Meeting 2019
- Extraordinary General Shareholders Meeting 2020
- Investor’s area
- Shareholder attention
Right to attendance and Right to appoint a proxy
RIGHT TO ATTEND
The following may attend the called general meeting: The holders of at least 250 shares registered in the relevant register of book entries five days before the date of the meeting, who must identify themselves by means of the relevant attendee card or certificate issued by any of the deposit institutions participating in the Central Securities Depository for the Register of Securities and Clearing & Settlement of Trades (Sociedad de Gestión de los Sistemas de Registro, Compensación y Liquidación de Valores), or by any other legally accepted means.
Without prejudice to the above, the holders of a smaller number of shares may delegate their representation to another person who meets the conditions to attend the meeting, in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force or join together with other shareholders who are in the same situation until they reach the required number of shares, granting their representation to any person who fulfils the requirements to attend the meeting. This grouping must be carried out on a special basis for each meeting and be recorded in writing.
If the shareholder is a legal person, the attendee tothe general meeting must accredit his or her sufficient representative powers.
Pursuant to the provisions of article 18. bis of the articles of association and 16. bis of the regulations of the General Shareholders’ Meeting, it is hereby recorded that general meeting attendance by electronic means shall not be possible.
RIGHT OF REPRESENTATION
Any shareholder who has the right to attend the general meeting may be represented by another person in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in force. Representation, unless otherwise legally provided for, must be accepted by the representative and must be granted in writing specifically for each meeting, through (i) the completion and signing by the shareholder who grants his or her representation of the attendance, delegation and voting card, which shall be provided by the entity participating in IBERCLEAR where the shares are deposited, (ii) by downloading, completing and signing the representation card that is available to shareholders on the Company website (www.deoleo.com) or (iii) in any other manner permitted by law.
In accordance with the provisions of the regulations of the General Shareholders’ Meeting, if the document in which the representation is granted does not contain other voting instructions, the representative shall vote in favour of the proposals for resolutions made by the board of directors on the matters included in the agenda. If there are no voting instructions because the general meeting needs to decide on matters that do not appear in the agenda and which are, therefore, unknown on the date of the delegation, and these may be put to the vote in the meeting, the representative must vote as he or she deems fit, in accordance with the interest of the Company and the represented person. The same shall apply when the relevant proposal or proposals submitted to the decision of the meeting have not been prepared by the board of directors.
If the representation document does not indicate the specific person to which the shareholder grants representation, it shall be deemed to have been granted in favour of the chairman of the board of directors or of any person replacing him in chairing the general meeting.
If the representative expressly or tacitly appointed by the shareholder in the representation document is in a situation of a conflict of interest and voting instructions have not been included in the aforementioned document, for any reason, by the shareholder represented for the resolution in question, the representation shall be understood to be granted, for the specific matter in question, as in favour (i) of the person who the shareholder has designated as a substitute in the delegation document or, (ii) if the substitute is also in a situation of a conflict of interest, of the chairman of the general meeting of shareholders, and of the secretary of the meeting, in this order.
If the shareholder who has delegated his or her representation attends the general meeting of shareholders, said delegation shall be rendered invalid.
Additionally, the exercise of the right of representation shall be governed by the provisions of the Capital Companies Act, the articles of association and the regulations of the general meeting.