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05 Nov 2020 • Expansion Virtual participation and more female board members will be the main trends in 2021 AGM in Spain

The pandemic has brought about significant changes in company operations and governance, including the holding of shareholder meetings.

Six out of ten Ibex groups (62%) organized their annual meeting with shareholders telematically and with a view to the 2021 season, and depending on the impact of Covid, "the AGMs held at a distance could continue to be the majority, while investors are asking for more women on the boards."

The Spanish newspaper Expansión echoes our insight LIGHTHOUSE EMEA edition, in which we analyze this and other issues about the season of General Meetings of Shareholders at European level in 2020 and anticipates predictions for 2021.

Read the full article here (in Spanish)

05 Nov 2020 • Expansion Virtual participation and more female board members will be the main trends in 2021 AGM in Spain

The pandemic has brought about significant changes in company operations and governance, including the holding of shareholder meetings.

Six out of ten Ibex groups (62%) organized their annual meeting with shareholders telematically and with a view to the 2021 season, and depending on the impact of Covid, "the AGMs held at a distance could continue to be the majority, while investors are asking for more women on the boards."

The Spanish newspaper Expansión echoes our insight LIGHTHOUSE EMEA edition, in which we analyze this and other issues about the season of General Meetings of Shareholders at European level in 2020 and anticipates predictions for 2021.

Read the full article here (in Spanish)