Corporate Governance Report

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Intended Outcome
Shareholders are able to participate, engage the board and senior management effectively and make informed voting decisions at General Meetings.

Practice 12.3
Listed companies with a large number of shareholders or which have meetings in remote locations should leverage technology to facilitate:-

  • including voting in absentia; and
  • remote shareholders’ participation at General Meetings.
Application Applied
Explanation on application of the practice 3A holds its AGM within the Klang Valley which is easily accessible to shareholders.

Shareholders have the option of appointing any persons as their proxies to attend, participate, speak and vote on their behalf in the general meetings and are given ample time to do so.

Explanation for departure  
 
Large companies are required to complete the columns below. Non-large companies are encouraged to complete the columns below.
Measure  
Timeframe    

SECTION B – DISCLOSURES ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES PERSUANT CORPORATE GOVERNANCE GUIDELINES ISSUED BY BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA

Disclosures in this section are pursuant to Appendix 4 (Corporate Governance Disclosures) of the Corporate Governance Guidelines issued by Bank Negara Malaysia. This section is only applicable for financial institutions or any other institutions that are listed on the Exchange that are required to comply with the above Guidelines.

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