Tracking constitutional amendments to allow fully virtual AGMs

November 29, 2022

Tracking constitutional amendments to allow fully virtual AGMs.

Data3: October 27, 2022: See notice of meeting. Constitutional amendments voted down with 35% protest due to move to virtual AGMs.

Estia Health: November 11, 2021: See how proposed change was explained on page 17 of the notice of meeting and see voting results where constitutional amendment to move to online AGMs was defeated by the 26.84% against vote.

Falcon Metals: pulled the plug ahead of the 2022 and didn't disclose the proxy position. See ASX announcement on withdrawal of resolution.

Globe International: called a special meeting in May 2022 to adopt a new constitution which included full virtual AGMs. See notice of meeting. The Hill brothers control 69% of the stock so the new constitution was approved with 90% of voted stock in favour.

IDT Australia: proposed a constitutional amendment to allow virtual only AGMs at the AGM in November 2022, but pulled the resolution in the lead up after the proxies were clearly against. These have been going down for more than a year. Hope the lawyers didn't get get paid.

K&S Corp: 2pm AGM at company HQ at Truganina in Melbourne's west in late November. See notice of meeting. They're bravely for the constitutional amendment to allow virtual meetings. Scott family will try to wave it through.

Kogan: amendment was defeated with 28% voted against proposal at the AGM held on November 24, 2022. See voting results.