Shareholder Meeting Results
Results of SMW Group Limited Annual Shareholder Meeting
At SMW Group Limited’s shareholder meeting, held at 4pm on Friday 29 October, shareholders were asked to vote on 2 resolutions, which were supported by the Board.
As required by NZX Listing Rule 6.1, all voting was conducted by a poll.
The resolutions passed by shareholders were:
• That Jill Hatchwell, who retires as a director in accordance with NZX Listing Rule 2.7.1 and the Company’s constitution and, being eligible, be re-elected as a director of the Company.
• That the directors be authorised to fix the fees and expenses of the Company’s auditors.
Details of the total number of votes cast in person or by a proxy holder are:
Resolution For Against Abstain
Re-Election of Jill Hatchwell:
That Jill Hatchwell, who retires as a director in accordance with NZX Listing Rule 2.7.1 and the Company’s constitution and, being eligible, be re-elected as a director of the Company. 53,221,898
That the directors be authorised to fix the fees and expenses of the Company’s auditors. 49,772,663
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