||Convene a General Meeting
||Shareholders representing at least 1/20 of the share capital, may request convening an Extraordinary General Meeting. Such a request should include a concise justification. It may be submitted to the Management Board in writing or in an electronic form, to the Company’s e-mail address provided by the Company on its website under the Investor Relations tab. Shareholders representing at least a half of the share capital or at least a half of all votes in the Company may convene an Extraordinary General Meeting and appoint a chair of such a General Meeting.
||Include matters in the agenda of the General Meeting
||Shareholders representing at least 1/20 of the share capital may request that certain matters be included in the agenda of the forthcoming General Meeting. Such a request, including a justification or a draft resolution related to the proposed item of the agenda, should be submitted to the Management Board not later than 21 days prior to the set date of the General Meeting in an electronic form to the Company’s e-mail address or in writing to the Company’s address.
||Become acquainted with the list of shareholders
||Shareholders may become acquainted with the list of shareholders at the seat of the Company‘s Management Board for 3 weekdays preceding directly the General Meeting. Shareholders may also request that the list of shareholders be sent to them free of charge by electronic mail, providing the address to which the list should be sent.
||Participate in the General Meeting
||Only persons who are shareholders 16 days before the date of the General Meeting (date of registering to participate in the General Meeting) have the right to take part in the General Meeting. In order to participate in the General Meeting, shareholders should submit a request to issue a name bearing affidavit on the right to take part in the General Meeting to an investment (brokerage) company running their securities account. Such a request should be submitted not earlier than following the announcement on convening the General Meeting and not later than on the first weekday following the day of registering the participation in the General Meeting.
||Represent a shareholder by a proxy
||Shareholders may take part in the General Meeting as well as exercise the voting right in person or through a proxy. Shares’ co-owners may take part in the General Meeting and exercise the voting right only through a joint representative (proxy). A proxy may represent more than one shareholder and vote differently based on shares of each shareholder.
||Elect the Chair of the General Meeting
||Shareholders elect the Chair of the General Meeting from among the persons entitled to take part in the General Meeting. Each of the participants of the General Meeting has the right to propose one candidate for the post of the Chairperson. The Chair is elected by a secret ballot, by an absolute majority of votes. Where there is only one candidate for the Chairperson, the election may take place by acclamation
||Elect the Returning Committee
||Each shareholder may propose no more than 3 candidates for members of the Returning Committee to be elected by the General Meeting and vote for maximum 3 candidates.
||Submit a draft resolution
||During the General Meeting, shareholders have the right, until the discussion on a certain item of the agenda is closed, to submit proposals of amendments to the content of a draft resolution proposed for adoption by the General Meeting as part of a given item of the agenda or put forward their own draft of such a resolution. The Proposals of amendments or draft resolutions, including justifications, may be submitted in writing to the Chair or verbally to be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.
||Raise an objection
||The shareholders who voted against a resolution and, after the General Meeting has adopted it, want to raise their objection, should, immediately after the results of the voting have been announced, raise their objection and request it be included in the minutes of the meetings before proceeding to the next item of the agenda. Where such an objection is raised later, which, however, may not take place later than by the time the General Meeting is closed, the shareholders should indicate the resolution passed by the General Meeting against which they are raising their objection. The shareholders raising their objection against a resolution of the General Meeting may request their concise justification of the objection to be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.