AGM Roadmap: Assisting listed entities in preparing for their AGM
The annual general meeting (AGM) remains one of the key corporate events on an ASX-listed entity’s annual calendar. Despite the variety of ways stakeholders can continuously monitor the performance of ASX-listed entities, the AGM still provides an important forum for directors and executive management to directly engage with their shareholders and is an opportunity to discuss and transact key items of business.
The regulatory requirements and associated guidance for convening an AGM come from a range of sources. We work with our clients to assist them in preparing for and convening AGMs in an efficient and compliant manner. In doing so, we understand that companies need both autonomy in planning and fit-for-purpose legal advice on matters in order to put their best foot forward during their AGM.
With the AGM season on the horizon for a number of ASX-listed entities, our corporate governance team has created a user-friendly AGM Roadmap to assist ASX-listed entities plan for their AGM. The roadmap includes a detailed set of the steps required to conduct an AGM to assist you in identifying and managing key stakeholders, creating and circulating compliant meeting documentation, and ensuring that meeting logistics are organised flawlessly.
Download our user-friendly AGM Roadmap now, and adapt it to your entity’s specific needs. In addition to a clear list of deliverables, the roadmap provides you with a regulatory background for each step and prompts you to take action within prescribed deadlines.
For more information relating to specific areas of your AGM, or to find out more about your obligations, contact one of our experts.