Singapore (2020) AGM Landscape Trends Report

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Singapore (2020) AGM Landscape Trends Report

2020 has been a year like no other with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the AGM market. BoardRoom’s dedicated Share Registry team conducted 188 virtual meetings covering various industries across the period of Circuit Breaker & Phase I. The teams navigated the volatility and uncertainty of the conditions and guided clients through an AGM season like never before.

BoardRoom Annual AGM Thought Leadership Paper FY2020

FY2020 saw an accelerated digital journey compressed into days and weeks in order to adapt to the new normal as a result of the pandemic.

This paper sets out our key thoughts, trends and commentary as we reflect on the past and what it means for the future ahead in a post-COVID environment.

About the Data

This section sets out the breadth and scope of our paper. The insights and analysis provided here were acquired through BoardRoom’s coverage of our clients where we provided Meeting Services.

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Technology

The pervasive use of technology was amplified this year as observed in the previous themes surrounding our medium of communication, dissemination of information, registration of shareholders, engagement medium etc.

Some issuers turned to web-based video conferencing software, instead of using a secure webcast.

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AGM Shareholder Engagement
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4 Services that a Top Share Registrar Provides

4 Services that a Top Share Registrar Providers

4 Services that a Top Share Registrar Provides

4 Services that a Top Share Registrar Provides

Unless you are experienced in working with the capital markets, most would be unfamiliar with the differences between the type of services provided by different Share Registry Services providers. Some basic roles of a Share Registrar that most are aware of would be maintaining the register of shareholders for their listed and unlisted clients and ensuring that all Corporate Actions are processed according to the regulations listed by the Singapore Exchange (“SGX”). However, a top share registrar should go beyond these basic services and add value to their clients by providing a one-stop-shop approach to their service offering. In this article, we’ll discuss the 4 important services a top share registrar should provide.

01 Provides Secure Processes to Protect Clients’ Personal Data

An excellent share registrar takes on the task of liaising with regulatory parties such as SGX to ensure important information like the shareholder registers and lists of active shareholders are actively maintained. This is a standard service offering for a share registry provider, however, what differs between service providers are their policies and procedures around Personal Data Protection.

The information housed in the share register contains highly sensitive personal data like residential addresses and identity numbers, which are considered personal data and in Singapore, personal data is protected by law under the Personal Data Protection Act (“PDPA”). A professional Share Registrar will not only have strict policies and procedures in place to demonstrate compliance to the PDPA, but will also go one step further and showcase Accountability through the appointment of; and regular training of their Data Protection Officer (“DPO”). To learn more about why Accountability in Personal Data Protection is important, take a look at our joint article with the leader in Personal Data Protection governance, Straits Interactive.

02 Meeting Services: AGMs/EGMs/SGMs

Under the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (“ACRA”) all companies are required to hold Annual General Meetings (“AGM”) within four months after their financial year end (“FYE”). An exceptional share registry provider will offer meeting services to ease the stress of arranging for such meetings.

Other significant shareholder meeting services that a share registrar will provide are Extraordinary General Meetings (“EGMs”) or Special General Meetings (“SGMs”). These meetings are typically irregular and usually called for issues that require immediate resolution such as legal matters. As AGMs and EGMs are often a good gauge for shareholders to judge the company’s status, a successful shareholders’ meeting is crucial to boost stakeholders’ confidence in the company.

Given AGMs & EGMs involve important stakeholder voting on the passing of resolutions, a holistic package of meeting services should be offered to meet the needs of clients. AGMs and EGMs include several key stages: pre-meeting, during the meeting, and post-meeting, each with its own unique set of needs. We have listed the services an experienced Share Registrar would provide at each stage below.

Pre-meeting

  • Advise on event planning including the recommendation of vendors for catering, venues and expected timelines
  • Prepare and coordinate the printing and sending of Companies’ Annual Reports to shareholders
  • Process proxy forms and generate reports for clients to get an idea of the general sentiment regarding certain resolutions before the meeting
  • Sourcing of scrutineers if the Share Registrar is the registered Polling Agent
  • Prepare proxy summary listing based on the valid proxy forms received
  • Arrange for site survey and dry-run at meeting venue prior to the meeting (if necessary)

During the Meeting

  • Managing the attendees through attendance taking and ushering of shareholders
  • Verifying the attendee’s particulars to ascertain their identity as a valid shareholder before admission
  • Providing up to date attendance registration status
  • Run the polling, with support of relevant IT personnel
  • Provide Scrutineering services, provided the Share Registrar is not the registered Polling Agent. If they are, they are unable to provide this service
  • Computation of polling results

Post-meeting

  • Generation of an official certificate with the resolutions and polling results for the perusal of the Board of Directors and Chairman
  • Generate reports including information on shareholder attendees, audit trails on voting instructions by shareholders, to name just a few

Outside of this, an experienced share registrar should be pre-emptive and adapt quickly to changes. A good example would be during the COVID-19 pandemic which disrupted the traditional methods of holding AGMs. Social distancing measures made it almost impossible to hold physical meetings, resulting in a need for alternative solutions. Any exemplary service provider should enhance their voting/polling solutions to swiftly cater for Hybrid or Virtual AGMs.

03 Offers a Variety of Polling Solutions

There is no “one size fits all” polling service. Share registrars should anticipate the various needs of clients and advise companies on which polling solution is most suitable for them based on factors such as the number of shareholders or the company’s budget.

Detailed below are the common types of polling services in Singapore today:

  • Manual Polling/Voting – Executed through paper and pen with the share registrar manually counting the votes during a meeting. It can also be a semi-automated process where details and votes are captured electronically on a polling/voting solution. Typically used by companies with a small to medium shareholder base as the time taken can be longer due to the manual work needed as headcount increases
  • Electronic-polling/Voting – Administrated via handsets and smart cards provided to shareholders, a card reader is used to capture information which collates and display results instantly. This is usually engaged by companies with a sizeable shareholder base where speed and real-time polling data is an important factor.

04 Provides Support for IPO Listing

Whilst a lot of the services discussed above are post Initial Public Offering (“IPO”), an important role of a Share Registrar should be to support clients through their IPO listing. A professional share registry service provider offers support through advising on the SGX requirements for a successful listing in Singapore. There are many unknowns on an IPO journey, a capable share registrar will have experience across a variety of situations to ensure they can advise the necessary actions for a seamless experience founded on compliance and best practice governance. Some common areas an experienced share registrar can support with are:

  • Backend processes such as IPO application, IPO subscriptions and IPO administration
  • Both local and inbound overseas companies have specific requirements for IPOs, a Share Registrar experienced in regional dealings will be able to safeguard businesses from compliance risks

Conclusion

An exemplary Share Registrar should offer an astute suite of services that cater to clients’ needs. They should be proactive in all their dealings and prioritise delivering a service that alleviates administrative burden. A good share registrar can be the make or break for maintaining valuable shareholder relations and ensuring compliance with all local regulations to avoid any potential loss in reputation or monetary fines.

BoardRoom – Share Registry Services in Singapore

As one of the leaders and pioneers in the share registry industry, BoardRoom has over 50 years of experience guiding many listed corporations in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia. Contact our Share Registry Services experts for your personalised consultation and see how we can add value to your business today.

Wondering what insights and experience a seasoned share registrar can bring to the table? Explore our full report on Singapore 2019 AGM Landscape Trends that we observed from our vast experience in handling a wide range of clients in the 2019 AGM season.

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State of the Market: Singapore (2019) AGM Landscape Trends Report

State of the Market: Singapore (2019) AGM Landscape Trends Report

Delivering 151 meetings across the month of April, our dedicated Share Registry team had access to more meeting data than any other organisation in Singapore. This report delivers key insights into the current state of the AGM market, the impact of technology and regulation changes as well as prevailing trends in a digestible 10-page report.

BoardRoom First Annual AGM Thought Leadership Paper FY2019

In FY2019, our dedicated Share Registry Team successfully delivered 151 meetings in Singapore notably for the April peak season, including AGMs, General and Scheme meetings. As a market leader in the Meeting Services space today, we have significant access to more meeting data than any other organisation in Singapore, which offers the opportunity to provide an in depth analysis of AGM activities, combining detailed voting and attendance outcomes across SGX listed entities.

This paper aims to deliver insights by decoding the following key questions:

  1. What are some of the prevailing trends at AGMs today?
  2. How is technology impacting the way we deliver our AGMs today?
  3. How is the evolving regulation and its landscape shaping our AGM environment today?
About the Data

This section sets out the breadth and scope of our paper. The insights and analysis provided here were acquired through BoardRoom’s coverage of our clients where we provided AGM meetings and Electronic Polling services.

AGM Key Highlights
AGM Logistics

Logistics continue to be a key consideration when it comes to AGMs today. The needs and requirements largely vary across different companies but still driven by expected interest in attendance by shareholders and the Board of Directors (“BOD”) attitude towards its AGM as a communication event. Hotel’s continue to be the preferred choice of venue for the majority of companies to enable the facilitation of large shareholder crowds. However, we have observed an emerging trend towards simple venue layouts with minimal refreshments to ensure full participation and engagement on pertinent issues.

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AGM Shareholder Engagement
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Interview Series: A Day In The Life of a Share Registry Officer

Interview Series: A Day In The Life of a Share Registry Officer

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A Day In The Life of an SRO

1. Describe myself in a sentence or collection of words?

I’m a small-town boy, who is sport obsessed, a proud Manchester United fan, avid sneakerhead aka collector with an undeniable sweet tooth and Netflix and chill is life.

 

2. What’s your best dad joke?

What do you call an elephant that doesn’t matter? Irrelephant. (Full disclosure, I had to Google this lol)

 

3. How do you explain to people what you do?

I’d say that I work in a very niche service role that not a lot of people know. Basically, I do client servicing for listed and un-listed companies. They could be publicly listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange or elsewhere. From a client servicing standpoint, I do a whole range of things but one of which is answering shareholder enquires – as an example someone has enquired about any upcoming meetings or dividends (money issued to shareholders), or a change in the shareholders particulars e.g. name, address etc.

 

4. Walk me through a typical day in the office at Boardroom.

I usually get to the office around 8am or 8:15am (I know it sounds early!) but I like to have my breakfast here (honeydew melon, 2 pieces every day), and read the news, basically ease into my day. Then I’d start my work, clearing emails transferring of shares, issuing of cheques to shareholders. I also work with someone on my team to help the newcomers with training each day. At about 11:00 or 11:30 (to beat the Raffles rush!) we usually go out for lunch, there’s loads around thankfully as we’re a bit too lazy to walk too far 😉 after lunch I continue with my work and also train new team members. Then late in the afternoon I’ll plan for the following day or any peak upcoming meeting seasons.

 

5. What’s your favourite element of the job?

There’s two elements to this for me, the professional piece and the personal. I’ll start with the professional which would be the completion of a successful meeting. It’s difficult to describe the sense of accomplishment when you’re involved in the whole process and the meeting goes off without a hitch and you have a very happy client. I just feel a huge sense of achievement. The other element that I love about my job is the people – they’re awesome! Especially in Share Reg, I don’t see them as colleagues, I genuinely see them as friends. We hang out during work, after work and on the weekends!

 

6. Did you know what an AGM was before you started work here?

I was aware of the term, but I had no real idea of what the proceedings were and what the purpose was.

 

7. What are you looking forward to right now?

Pay day! Kidding (sort of haha). In all seriousness, meeting my clients. Our clients typically have their meetings once a year, so I love putting a face to the name I’ve been seeing in my inbox all year!

 

8. What was your first AGM experience like?

I was soo nervous, especially because this happened in my first few days on the job! I was part of the registration team, it felt very formal, but I had a very supportive senior manager who walked me through the entire process. It made me feel more relaxed and settle into the job. Once the meeting started I went into the meeting room to take down questions, it was a bit daunting at first as there was a lot of technical terms flying around where shareholders were quizzing the board on decisions but I feel that overall it was an awesome experience sitting inside the meeting as it gave me a great overview of the company, how they’re doing and where they’re headed.

 

9. Why do you love working with your team?

They’re all a friendly and fun bunch of people. Plus, my manager is super knowledgeable and supportive, I’ve learnt a lot from her.

 

10. What’s your biggest takeaway from your experience here at Boardroom Share Registry Services?

Our clients that we deal with are all high-level management, as a result I’ve learnt best-practicing client servicing such as speaking professionally, managing expectations and building relationships. I’ve also learnt a lot about the industry. Most importantly, I’ve made some lifelong friends – everyone in the team is around my age and we all just get along so well.

1. Describe myself in a sentence or collection of words?

I’m a massive foodie, friendly, outgoing, I could talk to people all day, easily adaptable, very organised except for at home with my clothes, I love travelling for the food and people. I listen to all types of music and am definitely prefer dogs to cats

 

2. What’s your best dad joke?

Ok I’ve got one – what do you call it when a short person waves? A microWAVE! Get it??

 

3. How do you explain to people what you do?

It’s very difficult to explain, I usually start off with I’m a Share Registry Officer and end at Client Services Officer, which certainly doesn’t do justice to the job but it’s really hard to explain to people, especially if they themselves don’t invest as they don’t understand the language we use or the parties we work with like SGX.

 

4. Walk me through a typical day in the office at Boardroom.

A day in BoardRoom varies according to the month we’re in. So, in April you walk into the office and it will be empty as we’re all out for AGMs during the day but at night the office will be filled with people as we’re all back preparing for the next day’s AGM. It’s such a crazy month! Then on the months with distribution (about 4 months), we’re busy with tax declaration forms and preparing of cheques, it’s a fun time because we all sit around opening mail together laughing and chatting. In December we enjoy taking long lunches and feasting on the Christmas buffets, so we take a breather and reset for the next year. We also get a lot of gifts from clients during this time of the year like hampers and cookies.

 

5. What’s your favourite element of the job?

Definitely gaining new knowledge every day. For me it’s always interesting because for every client the corporate action is completely different, so as a result I learn a lot of stuff that I would never have learnt if it weren’t for the role I’m in. You learn soo much here! Sometimes I think it’s too much for my brain

 

6. Did you know what an AGM was before you started work here?

No, not really. Fun fact, I actually started out here as a temp staff to just help out with the AGMs, I’d just graduated from school and I had no idea what AGM, financial year-end, etc meant! I’ve come a long way since then!

 

7. What are you looking forward to right now?

I’m looking forward to my next lunch buffet! Kidding! There is one of our clients who always put on the BEST spread at their AGMs. I look forward to it every year and the team always fights over who gets to attend. And sometimes seeing and meeting cute guys aka young lawyers!

 

8. What was your first AGM experience like?

Oh my gosh, that was 5 years ago so I barely remember! There was no polling then, so it was a little simpler than today. My first experience when I was fronting the AGM, i.e. when you need to read the procedures was quite nerve-wracking as everyone is staring at you, the Chairman, the Board, the Shareholders. But it’s a huge sense of accomplishment when everything goes smoothly.

 

9. Why do you love working with your team?

My team is awesome!! For me I think I have great managers and colleagues that always help one another. There’s a real ‘no man left behind’ mentality so we share everything 😊 and we laugh a lot! We’re like a family, we hang out outside of work and have gone on trips together. Working here has really bonded us.

 

10. What’s your biggest takeaway from your experience here at Boardroom Share Registry Services?

There’re too many things! I’ve learnt how to be calm under pressure. To also be able to adapt in a lot of different scenarios and deal with things professionally. I’ve made a lot of connections too. Sorry! I can’t just limit it to one!

1. Describe myself in a sentence or collection of words?

I come from the city of smiles, am coffee and rice obsessed, a sunset chaser and dog lover with a weird obsession for gory shows (Game of Thrones anyone?). I love my friends, but I also love ‘me time’. Oh, and most importantly I’m a karaoke tragic and can sing Mariah Carey until the sun rises!

 

2. What’s your best dad joke?

My dad is actually very funny, and this is his joke that I can never forget…
One day he told us what our baby’s name should be based on a combination of our partners’ name and our name! Some of them were hilarious!

So, for my sister Hannah whose boyfriend was Robel; their baby should be named Harob. For my sister Nissi who’s boyfriend was Paul – the baby’s name should be Nipaul (haha). And mine was the least ugly, I was with this guy named Carlo, and he said our baby should be named Loren (not so bad right haha)

 

3. How do you explain to people what you do?

To be honest I’m really struggling with explaining to people what I do because people don’t know what Share Registry is so most of the time I tell them I do an operational job in this company called BoardRoom. If they want to know more, I will then explain what BoardRoom does and say as an example if a company wanted to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange they would need to approach a Share Registrar to manage their shares, that’s where we come in. I would then say day to day we process tax forms for clients so that their investors won’t be taxed internationally. Amongst other things of course.

 

4. Walk me through a typical day in the office at Boardroom.

I’m a sunset chaser who struggles to wake with the sun. When I get into the office I start by checking emails and thinking about when I can go and get a coffee. (lol) After that I spend a lot of time completing tax forms, replying to emails, answering phone calls. I usually go out for lunch with a few of my team around 11:30 (we don’t really eat breakfast so are starving by this time!) we usually to a great local Indian restaurant. I then go back to the office and drink a lot of tea and continue with any ad-hoc requirements or jobs that are outstanding from the morning. I’m also studying part-time, so I usually have classes after work.

 

5. What’s your favourite element of the job?

I actually work really closely with senior staff in the company assisting their projects. I take a huge amount of pride in what I do and ensuring I’ve done a good job, so I love when I am recognised for that.

 

6. Did you know what an AGM was before you started work here?

I had no idea what an AGM was before I started here! My background before this was customer relations in a hotel so this is a whole new world for me!

 

7. What are you looking forward to right now?

I’m really looking forward to finishing my studies, it’s just around the corner. From a working standpoint, we’ve just had a new boss come in so I’m excited to get to know him and see how the team and my career develops under his management, especially once I finish my studies.

 

8. What was your first AGM experience like?

I started working at BoardRoom at the end of September and October is a peak season for AGMs so on my second week I attended my first AGM and helped with registration. I was worried about wanting to look professional and ensure I could answer client questions, but the team was really supportive and assured me that I wouldn’t be put on the spot like that and to just watch and learn which made me feel really comforted. It was a great learning experience seeing the teamwork through the AGM and interact with clients.

 

9. Why do you love working with your team?

We really treat everyone as a family and not just my team but the wider Share Registry team. We’re always happy to help one another out no matter how busy we all are. I genuinely feel like we’re all part of a family.

 

10. What’s your biggest takeaway from your experience here at Boardroom Share Registry Services?

Working here has really built my confidence because the team is so supportive and encouraging. In addition to this, I can see how much I’ve learnt since starting here and this continues every day, so it makes me feel like I’m continually growing and developing in myself.

1. Describe myself in a sentence or collection of words?

I’m all about a slow pace of life, brunches, binge-watching Korean drama & Marvel movies on Netflix (yep my tastes are diverse)! I love travelling, mostly to Australia as they’re just so chill! I also have an upcoming epic collection of statues and figurines, the biggest addition to my collection will be Optimus Prime!

 

2. What’s your best dad joke?

I don’t really have one, as I’m not good at remembering jokes sorry! I’m sure I’ve heard some good ones though.

 

3. How do you explain to people what you do?

It’s tough as most people don’t really understand what we do unless they are very into the stock market. So, I basically say that we help listed companies on SGX with things like corporate action (share transfer etc.) and help clients to manage and plan for their general meetings (AGM, SGM, EGM etc.).

 

4. Walk me through a typical day in the office at Boardroom.

For the most part I spend my days checking emails, replying to shareholder queries and calls with my clients. There’s also a lot of ad hoc activities to do so it’s a good change of pace and keeps things interesting. For me the best part of my days are the people I work with. We have such a great team and spend a lot of time together, sometimes too much time when I think about some of the conversations we’ve had over lunch, nothing is off-limits, including bowel movements and bad dates! haha

 

5. What’s your favourite element of the job?

Even though we work in an office job there are times where we are able to leave the office for AGMs and site visits which are really exciting and different.

 

6. Did you know what an AGM was before you started work here?

I only had a vague idea of what an AGM was i.e. it was an annual meeting with shareholders, but I had no idea what was discussed and how they work.

 

7. What are you looking forward to right now?

5:30? (haha, kidding!) I have an AGM coming up tomorrow so I’m looking forward to that.

 

8. What was your first AGM experience like?

Slightly nerve-wracking as I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to register shareholders properly. My first AGM was a big one and I was actually supporting another team who were really busy. The team I was assisting were so helpful and really supportive as they knew it was my first time – the teamed me up with a buddy who was able to assist me and help with my confidence on the day.

 

9. Why do you love working with your team?

They’re fun, young, helpful and energetic.

 

10. What’s your biggest takeaway from your experience here at Boardroom Share Registry Services?

I’ve been able to learn more about how the stock market and listing company works, I’ve actually found it to be really interesting – more than I originally expected which has been great!

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Shareholder Meetings in Singapore ~ Emerging Trends and the Rise of Activism

Shareholder Meetings in Singapore ~ Emerging Trends and the Rise of Activism

April 2018 was an exciting month for BoardRoom Corporate & Advisory Services (“BoardRoom”) which was appointed as the Polling Agent for more than 230 Shareholder Meetings. Whilst the BoardRoom team has a strong legacy of successfully delivering Shareholder Meeting services (which includes Registration, electronic and paper Polling, as well as logistics arrangements) every April peak season is an exciting period for our teams who are committed to the successful delivery of every meeting.

Key Highlights of Our April 2018 Season
  • 232 Annual General Meetings and Extraordinary General Meetings conducted
  • More than 18,000 shareholders were registered by our teams
  • 150 permanent and contract staff were deployed to execute the Meetings
Emerging Trends from Shareholders’ Q&A

Facts & Figures ~ Shareholders continue to be keenly interested on how their investment in the Listed Company has performed over time. More detailed questions are being asked relating to key performance metrics, comparing results against the budget, and whether the performance is in line with the long-term strategy already set out.

Telling the Corporate Story ~ The Board of Directors and Senior Management have become more adept in sharing the vision of the business and now are more understanding of the perspective of investors. Savvy retail investors are increasingly concerned over detailed developments of the Company which includes acquisitions and divestment, as well as the causes of significant impairment. The Boards and Management respond by sharing more of the observable trends relating to their specific industry.

Return on Investment ~ One of the often recurring discussions pertain to dividend policy as Investors continue to pursue dividend yield and acutely question Management on their rationale for cash preservation. Businesses now have to be clear about how they align their corporate story to the long-term strategy, in the attempt to convince investors to wait longer for larger pay day.

Board Governance ~ The topic of Board diversity has become increasingly rife. As at 31 December 2017, women directors increased to 13.1% of directorships on boards of the Top 100 primary-listed companies on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). The 20% increase from 2016 is the highest increase over the past three years, after 10.9% in 2016, 9.5% in 2015 and 8.6% women on board in 2014. Another key area pertains to the potential changes in the Code of Corporate Governance relating to the “Nine-year-Rule” for Director Independence. The proposed revision provides a “hard-line” criteria that Independent Directors cannot serve for more than 9-years on the same company. While waiting for the final outcome, Companies and Shareholders already see this development as an opportunity for Companies to commence the search for new qualified Independent Directors.

The Rise of Activism

Shortly after the conclusion of the April 2018 season, there were some developments in Shareholder Activism during meetings, one of which was widely-publicized. In an unprecedented move, the Singapore Exchange called for one listed-company to hold a new EGM due to inaccuracies in the submission of information for the meeting and shareholder disputes relating to the conduct of the original EGM.

NUS Business School Associate Professor Lawrence Loh, who is also a director at the Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations, made the following comments on SGX RegCo’s unprecedented move –

“It reflects the increasing trend by the regulator to be more interventionist when something is amiss, and willing to take on company-specific action. This more direct approach in regulating companies is much preferred than spraying across the horizon, without actually targeting or hitting anyone specific.”

For more information on BoardRoom’s Shareholder Meeting Services, please contact us at info@boardroomlimited.com or drop me a text via LinkedIn!

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