At the Annual General Meeting, shareholders exercise their decision-making power in the company’s affairs.
The Annual General Meeting is held within six months of the end of the financial year. The Board of Directors convenes the Annual General Meeting and decides on the place and time of the meeting. The invitation to the Annual General Meeting is given on the company’s website no earlier than three months and no later than three weeks before the Annual General Meeting. However, the invitation must be delivered at least nine days before the record date of the general meeting.
The Annual General Meeting elects the Board of Directors and the auditors of Trainers’ House, decides on their remuneration and discharges the company’s management from liability. The matters to be discussed at the Annual General Meeting and the right of shareholders to participate are defined in the Articles of Association of the Trainers’ House and the notice of the Annual General Meeting.
The Board of Directors convenes an Extraordinary General Meeting when it deems it necessary or when required by law.
A shareholder has the right to have a matter, which by Limited Liability Companies Act belongs to be considered by the General Meeting, to be considered by the General Meeting if he or she requests it in writing from the Board of Directors in good time so that the matter can be included in the notice of the meeting. A shareholder may notify the company of the matter on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting with the reasons or proposed resolutions by e-mail to: email@example.com by January 31st each year.
At the Annual General Meeting, each shareholder has the right to ask questions regarding an issue that is on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting. The question to be asked at the meeting can also be sent to the company in advance by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, the shareholder has the right to make proposals for resolutions at the meeting on matters on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting.