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Shareholders Meetings

Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting

To consider an Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting legally constituted on first call, at least 50% of the voting shares into which the capital is divided, must be represented. Resolutions are considered to be legally binding when adopted by the majority of the votes present, provided that it is composed of a majority of Series “A” shares. In the case of a second or subsequent call, Ordinary General Shareholders Meetings may be held legally regardless of the number of voting shares represented. However, resolutions will still only be valid when adopted by the majority of the votes present, provided that the majority is composed by a plurality of Series “A” shares.

Extraordinary General Shareholders Meeting

In order for an Extraordinary General Shareholders Meeting to be considered legally constituted on first call, at least 75% of the voting shares into which the capital is divided must be represented. Resolutions are considered to be legally binding when adopted by at least 50% of the voting shares into which the capital is divided, provided that majority is composed by at least 75% of Series “A” shares. In the case of a second or subsequent call, Extraordinary General Shareholders Meetings may be legally held as long as at least 50% of the voting shares into which the capital is divided are represented. However, resolutions are now considered legally binding when adopted by at least 50% of the voting shares into which the capital is divided, provided that the majority is composed by a plurality of Series “A” shares.

Corporate Events
Invitation. Published on April 21, 2016.
Invitation. Published on April 16, 2015.
Invitation. Published on March 12, 2014.