Organising & Regulating Shareholder Affairs
This section outlines how shareholder meetings are called and conducted, what should be contained in a notice of meeting, whether private companies need to hold AGMs and whether the meetings can be dispensed of. This section also deals with whether a chairman needs to be appointed, what ‘class meetings’ are, if documents are allowed to be sent electronically and what information must be recorded following a general meeting.
- How are Shareholders’ Meetings Called?
- Who can Call a Shareholders’ Meeting?
- What should be Contained in a Notice of Meeting?
- Does a Private Company need to hold AGMs?
- Can Shareholder Meetings be Dispensed With – What are Written Resolutions?
- Does a Chairman Need to be Appointed for the Shareholder Meeting?
- What is the Process of a Shareholder Meeting?
- Are Meeting Documents Allowed to be sent Electronically?
- What Information Must be Recorded Once a General Meeting has Taken Place?
- What is a Class Meeting?