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AGM Highlights

WEBINAR: EQuivalence Forum | January 2022

Our Company Secretarial business, Prism Cosec, brings you the latest developments from across the world of corporate governance.

We're also joined by Lisa Graham, Head of Meeting Management at EQ, as we discuss the hot topics expected at this years' AGMs.

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AGM Logistics: When, Where and Who?

AGM Evolution

EQ's Shareholder Voice 2021 research shows 80% of Gen Z shareholders have already voted in AGMs - the highest of any generation.

In this video we discuss the future of AGMs and how companies can ensure all stakeholders are heard.

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AGM Voting Trends

Shareholders understand that this is not a business-as-usual period, but they also know that this is no time to pause and take the pressure off. Here are the voting trends of 2021.


Mid-Season AGM Review 2022 - Part One Proxy Voting Season

This update shines a spotlight on the 2022 AGM voting season data from January to June, and considers the trends in proxy advisor voting recommendations and shareholder voting behaviour.


Managing Shareholder Questions At Your AGM For Effective Engagement

Effective engagement with shareholders is particularly important at the Q&A section of the meeting.


Preparing For The AGM Season – Proxy Advisor Policy Updates

All of the main Proxy Advisors (PAs) evaluate their respective guidelines on an ongoing basis and formally update them on an annual basis.


Watch Now: EQ's 2022 AGM Forum

Lisa Graham, Head of Meeting Management at Equiniti, was joined by Anne-Marie Clarke, Head of Corporate Governance for the AGM Forum on Wednesday 21st September.


The Effective Company Secretariat

EQ Advisory ran a very successful webinar on The Effective Company Secretariat, with special thanks to Madeleine Cordes, and her guest speakers for an informative discussion – you can watch the webinar here.

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