- Data protection clause
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- Economic financial Information
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- 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 holders of at least 250 shares recorded on the corresponding registry of account annotations at least five days prior to the date on which the Meeting will take place will be permitted to attend the General Meeting of Shareholders, certifying this status via the applicable attendance card or certificate issued by one of the participating Deposit Institutions at the Company for Managing Record Systems, Compensation, and the Liquidation of Securities, or via any other legally permitted means.
Without prejudice to the previous, the holders of a smaller number of shares will be permitted appoint to other persons that meet the conditions for attending the meeting to represent them, in accordance with the provisions of applicable legislation, as well as will be permitted to group with other shareholders in the same situation until the necessary number of shares is achieved, appointing, to represent them, any person that meets the conditions of attendance of the Meeting. Groupings must be carried out specifically for each Meeting and must be established in writing.
In the event that the shareholder is a legal entity, the attendee of the General Meeting must provide proof of his or her sufficient representation powers.
For the effects of the provisions of article 18.a of the corporate bylaws and 16.a of the Regulation on the General Meeting of Shareholders, it is hereby established that attending the General Meeting via electronic means will not be possible.
RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION
Any shareholder that has the right to attend the General Meeting of Shareholders will be permitted to be represented at it by another person in accordance with the provisions of applicable legislation. This representation, except in the event of specific legal provisions to the contrary, must be accepted by the representative, and must be granted in writing specifically for each Meeting, via (i) filling out and signing, by the shareholder granting the representation, on the assistance card, the authorization and vote that will be provided to it by the IBERCLEAR participating institution where the shares are deposited; (ii) via downloading, filling out, and signing the representation card that is made available to shareholders on the Company’s website (www.deoleo.com); or (iii) any other method permitted by law.
In accordance with the Regulation on the General Meeting of Shareholders, if the document granting the representation does not contain other voting instructions, the representative will vote in favor of the agreement proposals formulated by the Board of Directors regarding the matters included in the order of the day. If there are no voting instructions because the General Meeting must rule on matters which, because they did not appear in the order of the day and were therefore unknown as of the date of the appointment of the representative, could be subject to voting at the Meeting, the representative must vote in the way that he or she considers most suitable, in view of the interests of the Company and the person represented. The same will apply when the corresponding proposal or proposals subject to the decisions of the Meeting have not been formulated by the Board of Directors.
If the document granting representation does not indicate the concrete person to which the shareholder is granting this representation, this representation will be understood to be granted to the President of the Board of Directors or whomever substitutes him or her as President of the General Meeting.
In the case that the representative appointed (whether expressly or tacitly) by the shareholder in the document granting representation is found to be in a situation of conflict of interest and for whatever reason, the aforementioned document does not include voting instructions from the shareholder represented for the agreement in question, the representation will be understood to have been granted, for the concrete matter in question, to (i) the person whom, when applicable, the shareholder has designated as a substitute in the representation document; or (ii) in other cases, or if the substitute is also affected by the situation of conflict of interest, to the President of the General Meeting of Shareholders and the Secretary of the Meeting, in this order.
If a shareholder that has established a representative comes to attend the General Meeting, this representation will be deemed null and void.
Moreover, exercising the right to representation shall be governed by the provisions of the Spanish Law on Corporations, the Corporate Bylaws, and the Regulation on the General Meeting of Shareholders