Agenda items for the EGM
The Board of Directors of EFG International is proposing Alexander Classen and Boris Collardi for election as new members of the Board of Directors at the upcoming EGM on 06 October 2022. Subject to the approval of shareholders, they will join the Board with immediate effect. In addition, Alexander Classen is being proposed for election as Chair of the Board of Directors, effective 01 November 2022. Alexander Classen and Boris Collardi are both proven leaders in the global wealth management sector with extensive experience and deep knowledge of the industry.
Furthermore, the Board of Directors is proposing an increase of the approved aggregate maximum fixed compensation of the Board of Directors, subject to the election of Alexander Classen and Boris Collardi to the Board of Directors.
EFG will hold the Extraordinary General Meeting without the personal attendance of shareholders. As a result, shareholders are invited to exercise their voting rights via the independent proxy. Information on how to grant a power of attorney is provided in the ‘Administrative details’ section of the invitation to the Extraordinary General Meeting.
The full invitation and agenda items for the Extraordinary General Meeting in English and in German, including the biographies of Alexander Classen and Boris Collardi can be found on EFG International’s website at: www.efginternational.com/egm
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