AGM: 4 May 2023
Proxy deadline: 2 May 2023
ShareSoc provide this added value voting information service for Full Members only, providing background information on leading companies and AGM vote guidance.
Below are links to the:
1. Stockopedia summary report.
2. Minerva Vote recommendations for the 4 May 2023 AGM based on their standard template.
3. Minerva detailed research report for the AGM.
Summary of voting issues at this year’s AGM
The Minerva report highlights various issues in particular and recommends voting against two of the resolutions.
Readers should make ...
PRESS RELEASE 44 (31/03/2013)
ShareSoc recommends shareholders vote against the re-election of Chairman Dick Olver at the BAE Systems AGM on the 8th May, and against the Remuneration Report and some of the other resolutions. See this note which we have sent to supporters of the ShareSoc campaign on BAE for more information: www.sharesoc.org/BAE_Newsletter_5.pdf
ShareSoc has been campaigning for the removal of Mr Olver since the aborted merger with EADS. More information on our campaign is here: www.sharesoc.org/campaigns4.html
For further information, please ...
PRESS RELEASE 43 (01/03/2013)
In February 2010 the UK Individual Shareholders Society (ShareSoc) was launched as an organisation to represent private investors. Since then the Society has recruited over 2,500 members and has actively worked to promote their interests.
ShareSoc has run a number of campaigns on companies where we identified significant issues of concern to shareholders including Rensburg AIM VCT, Graphite Enterprise, Intercede Group, Lighthouse Group and BAE Systems, and achieved significant share price performance improvement in the first two. Intercede ...
PRESS RELEASE 40 (23/10/2012)
Following the collapse of the merger talks between BAE Systems and EADS, ShareSoc is launching a campaign which calls for the Chairman and Chief Executive of the company to step down. In our view the idea that this merger would gain the widespread support of shareholders (including the votes controlled by other European Governments in EADS) was misconceived from the beginning. In addition we have seen no good business justification put forward for the merger, and it potentially ...