Shareholders Meeting / The Articles of Incorporation / Rules on Handling Shares
The 100th Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders
- Date and Time
- June 20, 2019 (Thursday) at 10:00 a.m.
- International Convention Center PAMIR
Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa
13-1,Takanawa 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo
The Articles of Incorporation/Rules on Handling Shares
Measures to Vitalize the General Shareholder Meetings and Smooth Exercise of Voting Rights
|Early Notification of General Shareholder Meeting||Mitsui dispatches notices for General Meetings of Shareholders around 3 weeks before the date of each Meeting.|
|Scheduling AGMs Avoiding the Peak Day||When setting the date for Ordinary General Meetings of Shareholders, Mitsui gives first priority to the avoidance of dates on which there are many other shareholders’ meetings.|
|Allowing Electronic Exercise of Voting Rights||To facilitate the active exercise of shareholders’ voting rights, Mitsui has started using electronic convocation notices and electronic voting since the General Meeting of Shareholders in June 2004.|
|Participation in Electronic Voting Platform||Since the General Meeting of Shareholders held in June 2006, Mitsui has used the platform provided by ICJ, Inc. to enable institutional investors to exercise their voting rights electronically.|
|Providing Convocation Notice in English||English versions of notices, including Business Reports, etc., are posted on the company’s website.|
|Other||Notices (including Business Reports, etc.), including English translations, are disclosed on the company’s website and posted on stock exchanges and electronic voting platforms via TDNet more than 4 weeks prior to the date of the meeting. In addition, immediately after a General Meetings of Shareholders, videos of activities at each Meeting, including presentations by senior management, are posted on the Company’s website and are available for streaming for a certain period.|
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