The nomination, qualification, composition, and functioning of the supervisory bodies is an issue that is gaining increased attention from investors. Investors rely on publicly available information – unfortunately, issuers often fail to disclose all relevant data. This is difficult to understand because a well-organized board is the guarantor of successful and sustainable corporate development. We will analyze the weak points and support you.
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Ad Hoc Votes
As a rule, a Company’s proxies or bank representatives exercise investors’ voting rights based on clear instructions, without discretion.
In the case of ad hoc proposals, made at the general meeting, the representatives often cannot exercise their voting rights, as these proposals are generally not covered by the instructions received before the meeting.
Thus, there is the possibility that minority shareholders suddenly become majority shareholders and ad hoc proposals receive enough support to pass.