BFG - Notice of Annual Meeting – Proxy Form
PROXIES AND REPRESENTATIVES
All shareholders are entitled to attend the Company’s Annual Meeting.
Any shareholder of the Company entitled to attend and vote at the meeting may appoint another person as his / her proxy to attend and vote instead of him / her. A proxy need not be a shareholder and may be appointed online or by completing the form accompanying this Notice of Meeting.
The proxy must be lodged online at www.investorvote.co.nz or, if you complete the form, received by the Company’s share registry, Computershare Investor Services Limited at either Private Bag 92119, Auckland 1142 or at Level 2, 159 Hurstmere Road, Takapuna, Auckland so as to be received no later than 11.30am on Tuesday 24th August 2021. If you wish, you may appoint “the Chairman of the Meeting” as your proxy.
Any corporation that is a shareholder of the Company may appoint a person as its representative to attend the meeting and vote on its behalf, in the same manner as that in which it could appoint a proxy.
You may either direct your proxy how to vote for you, or you may give your proxy discretion to vote how he / she sees fit. If you wish to give your proxy discretion you should mark the appropriate boxes on the proxy form.
Any undirected votes in respect of a resolution, where the Chair or any other Director is
appointed proxy, will be voted in favour of the relevant resolution, other than
when he or she is prohibited from voting on that resolution.
If you do not name a person as your proxy or your named proxy does not attend the meeting, the Chair will act as your proxy and will vote in accordance with your express direction, and any undirected proxies will be voted in accordance with the Chair's discretion.
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