General meeting

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LANSON-BCC’s general meetings are open to all shareholders.

 

Combined General Meeting on May 27th, 2016

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Voting rights and shares [PDF] (16/06/2016)

Combined General Meeting on May 22th, 2015

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Voting rights and shares [PDF]

Combined General Meeting on May 16th, 2014

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Voting rights and shares [PDF]

Combined General Meeting on May 24th, 2013

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Voting rights and shares [PDF]

Combined General Meeting on May 24th, 2012

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Voting rights and shares [PDF]

Combined General Meeting on May 19th, 2011

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Combined General Meeting on June 4th, 2010

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Combined General Meeting on June 5th, 2009

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Combined General Meeting on May 23th, 2008

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General meeting on June 1st, 2007

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General meeting on May 19th, 2006

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How to take part in our meetings

  Convening:

General meetings are convened by the Board of Directors under the conditions and within the timeframes provided for under French law. The same conditions apply for prior communications with shareholders.
In accordance with the legislative provisions in force, the Board of Directors makes available or distributes the documents needed to enable shareholders to vote in full knowledge of the facts.

  Admission:

To attend the meeting, be represented, or vote by correspondence, holders of registered shares must have had their securities registered at least two days before the meeting.

Within the same timeframe, shareholders must have sent a certificate confirming the unavailability of their shares up until the date of the meeting to the address indicated in the notice to attend.

If they are unable to attend the meeting themselves, shareholders may either authorize another shareholder or their spouse to represent them, or send in a proxy form without any representative indicated, in which case the Chairman of the meeting will vote in favour of adopting the resolutions put forward or approved by the Board of Directors, and will vote against any other resolutions proposed. Shareholders may also vote by correspondence.


  Voting:

Shareholders have one voting right for each share with an entitlement to vote that they own or are representing. There is some double voting right, simple voting rights becoming double in the term of two years of detention.

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