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Ticker Iberdrola

DATE:  09/10/2015 TIME |  13:58h 6,226€ /+0,97%
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Shareholder's Rights and Duties

The framework of IBERDROLA’s relations with its shareholders is based on transparency, the encouragement of their informed and responsible participation within the General Shareholders’ Meeting, and the inclusion of the most advanced corporate governance practices, particularly with respect to the engagement of shareholders in the life of the Company:

  • As to transparency, IBERDROLA’s shareholders have multiple channels of permanent communication throughout the year, such as the interactive On Line Shareholders (OLS) system and the Office of the Shareholder, through which they can ask questions or request clarifications upon the terms set forth in the Policy regarding Communication and Contacts with Shareholders, Institutional Investors, and Proxy Advisors [PDF].
  • To encourage their participation at the General Shareholders’ Meeting, the Company makes available to the shareholders a Shareholder’s Guide [PDF] and Rules of Implementation for the Management of the General Shareholders’ Meeting [PDF], which describe the operation of the system for proxy representation and voting by postal and electronic means. In particular, IBERDROLA encourages electronic participation through the use of personal passwords that allow its shareholders to exercise these rights from any electronic device with internet access.
  • IBERDROLA has a Shareholder Engagement Policy [PDF], approved upon the proposal of a working committee formed by representatives of the Company, recognised shareholder movements, and professionals with particular qualifications and experience in corporate governance. It contemplates initiatives such as holding the General Shareholders’ Meeting within the framework of Shareholder Day, which is intended to involve shareholders in the business, corporate, and institutional reality of IBERDROLA, stimulate two-way interaction between the Company and its shareholders, and encourage their engagement in corporate life.

In order to facilitate the above, this section contains information regarding the requirements and procedures applicable to exercising rights related to the General Shareholders’ Meeting and regarding the duties of shareholders.

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