Overview of a Shareholders’ Resolution to Remove Need for an Annual General Meeting (AGM)

What is a Shareholders’ Resolution to Remove Need for an Annual General Meeting (AGM)?

A Shareholders’ Resolution to Remove Need for an Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a resolution to remove the requirement to hold an AGM once and for all.

To save time and administrative effort of holding an AGM every year, a company may use to remove such requirement by using a Shareholders’ Resolution to Remove Need for an Annual General Meeting.

Important Note: The financial statements and reports originally required to be laid before an AGM will still need to be sent to the shareholders and the resolutions to be passed will need to be passed in writing. A Shareholders’ Resolution in Lieu of an Annual General Meeting (AGM) may be used.

After using a Shareholders’ Resolution to Remove Need for an Annual General Meeting, remember to file the relevant form to update the relevant government department or registry within the statutory time limit.

Key points included

  • Details of the company;
  • Shareholders passing the resolution; and
  • Date of passing this resolution.

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