Detailed information on the manner of proposing items and resolutions on the Agenda by the shareholders
Pursuant to Article 390 of the Law on Trade Companies, the Shareholders’ Assembly may decide solely upon issues that have been duly included in the Agenda. The Shareholders’ Assembly may discuss, without the right to decide, also upon issues that have not been duly included in the Agenda. Each shareholder is entitled, at any time, to submit initiatives for the inclusion of items in the Agenda for the convened meeting of the Shareholders’ Assembly.
Those shareholders that individually or jointly possess at least 5% of the total number of voting shares may propose a supplementation of the Agenda by means of a request for the inclusion of new items if they simultaneously also submit an explanation for the proposed item for the supplementation of the Agenda or if they propose a resolution upon the proposed item.
Those shareholders that individually or jointly possess 5% of the total number of voting shares are entitled to propose, in writing, the adoption of resolutions upon each of the items that have been included or will be included in the Agenda at the meeting of the Shareholders' Assembly of the Company.
The request for including one or more items in the Agenda for the meeting of the Shareholders' Assembly that has been convened and/or the proposal of resolutions to be adopted are to be sent to the Board of Directors of the Company within eight days as of the day on which the Public Notice for the holding of the meeting of the Shareholders’ Assembly was announced.