Regulated information - ageas SA/NV organises Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders
ageas SA/NV is organising an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders in its headquarters, rue du Marquis 1, 1000 Brussels on 20 April 2017 at 10:30am.
Ageas published the following documents in relation to this Extraordinary General Meeting on its website, www.ageas.com:
- the convening notice, together with the agenda;
- a specimen proxy form;
- the special Board of Directors report.
It is Ageas's experience that a first called Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders does not attain the required 50% capital representation attendance quorum. Therefore this Meeting will likely not be able to make valid decisions. In the case the attendance quorum for this meeting would not be met, Ageas will publish on Friday 14 April 2017, an invitation to a second Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders together with the invitation to the Ordinary General Meetings of Shareholders of ageas SA/NV, both meetings to be held on Wednesday 17 May 2017 at the National Theatre in Brussels.
Any questions relating to this Meeting may be sent to email@example.com.
Ageas is a listed international insurance Group with a heritage spanning 190 years. It offers Retail and Business customers Life and Non-Life insurance products designed to suit their specific needs, today and tomorrow. As one of Europe's larger insurance companies, Ageas concentrates its activities in Europe and Asia, which together make up the major part of the global insurance market. It operates successful insurance businesses in Belgium, the UK, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, China, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, and the Philippines through a combination of wholly owned subsidiaries and long term partnerships with strong financial institutions and key distributors.
Ageas ranks among the market leaders in the countries in which it operates. It represents a staff force of over 40,000 people and reported annual inflows close to EUR 32 billion in 2016 (all figures at 100%).