Voting rights and proxy rules
Each A registered share and each B registered share, regardless on its nominal value, entitles the holder to one vote at the annual general meeting of VP Bank. Shareholders may cast their votes in person or through any other shareholder in possession of a written proxy.
Voting rights are subject to no restrictions or clauses in the Articles of Association governing shares held by related shareholders.
Quora according to the Articles of Association
Amendments to the Articles of Association in respect of any change in the relative numbers of A registered shares and B registered shares or provisions governing restriction of registration of B registered shares must be ratified by shareholders representing at least two thirds of all shares issued by VP Bank.
Convocation of general meetings
General meetings will be called in accordance with the provisions of law and the Articles of Association.Articles of Association (PDF, 59 kb)
Agendas are to be prepared in accordance with the provisions of law and the Articles of Association.
Share register / invitations to annual general meetings
B registered shares are entered in the share register with the name, nationality, address and date of birth of their respective owners. Only holders of B registered shares whose shares have been entered in the share register will be entitled to exercise shareholder rights. The date of record for the purposes of registration and eligibility to exercise shareholder rights will precede the date of the annual general meeting by 21 days.
Invitations to the annual general meeting as well as the agenda will be sent to holders of B registered shares whose names are entered in the register of shares as of the record date and holders of A registered shares whose certificates are on deposit with VP Bank at the addresses on file with VP Bank. Shareholders must return the response card to receive admission tickets and voting materials.
The invitation to the annual general meeting will also appear in Liechtenstein newspapers and Swiss financial publications.