The general meeting of shareholders is regulated by the Companies Act and the Articles of Association and is the highest decision-making body of a limited company.
All shareholders, who have a shareholding registered in their own name at least five days prior to the meeting, are entitled to participate in the general meeting and vote for the shares owned and represented. Shareholders also have the right to have a matter discussed at the general meeting provided that the matter has been notified to the Board within the time limits specified in the notice of the meeting.
Notice of general meetings of shareholders is given in accordance with the Companies Act and is provided by the Board. Notice of the Annual General Meeting of shareholders or an Extraordinary General Meeting where the Articles of Association are to be considered shall be given at the earliest six weeks and at the latest four weeks prior to the meeting. Notice of other Extraordinary General Meetings shall be given at the earliest six weeks and at the latest two weeks prior to the meeting.