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2022 AGM Season Forecast

Hello Hybrid

The pandemic-fuelled move towards digital shone a light on every element of AGM logistics. From tech to timings, it’s all up for debate in the race to improve the shareholder experience.

But that’s not the only significant shift we’re experiencing. Investors see upcoming AGMs as an opportunity for companies to show they’re adapting to evolving societal and economic pressures. Big questions are back on the table and investors want future-fit answers.

Download our 2022 AGM Season Forecast to access:

• Our 2022 AGM logistics checklist
• Top tips on how to evidence ESG improvements
• Expected trends on remuneration in COVID’s wake.



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By Paul Matthews
CEO, EQ Boardroom, EQ

Last year, investors and shareholders continued to be lenient, understanding that the pandemic was still causing incredible uncertainty. No more. It’s time to go back to taking a longer-term view.

As the pandemic becomes endemic, shareholders and investors alike want to know the strategic vision and how that is shaping decisions. We’re not stuck in reaction-mode anymore: it’s adapt and move on.

With that in mind, to help you prepare for AGMs in 2022, we highlight three key themes in this report:


AGM logistics

With no need for knee-jerk COVID-related reactions, companies are ensuring they offer the experience their shareholders need.


Environmental, social and governance

New rules and greater societal awareness put climate change squarely on the agenda.


Executive compensation

More than ever, companies need to explain their unique context and how that contributes to decisions.