Calling of General Meetings
- Ordinary General Meeting:
An ordinary General Meeting is called by the Management Board once a year, not later than the end of June (Article 395.1 and Article 399.1 of the Code of Commercial Partnerships and Companies, “Code”). The Supervisory Board may call an ordinary General Meeting if the Management Board has not called a meeting within the deadline above (Article 399.2 of the Code).
- Extraordinary General Meeting:
An extraordinary General Meeting may be called by the Management Board, the Supervisory Board, or shareholders who jointly represent at least half of the share capital or at least half of all votes of the company. In addition, a shareholder or shareholders representing jointly at least 1/20 of the share capital of the Bank may request that an extraordinary General Meeting is called (Article 400 of the Code). The request for an extraordinary General Meeting to be called should be presented to the Management Board of the Bank in writing or in electronic form at firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcement calling of General Meeting
According to applicable regulations (Article 402 of the Code), a General Meeting is called by publishing a relevant announcement on the website of the Bank and submitting a relevant communiqué to the stock exchange. Both these conditions must be fulfilled at least 26 days before the date of the General Meeting.
General Meeting materials
According to Article 402 of the Code, documents to be presented to a General Meeting, including draft resolutions, are published on the website of the Bank as of the date of calling of the General Meeting.