About report

For the second time now, the ING Bank Śląski S.A. Group has compiled the annual report in line with the best global practices of integrated reporting. To help readers use the interactive tools, we prepared a user guide with key features. We encourage you to watch a short animated video before reading the report.

zamknij
PL ENG A wersja-kontrastowa informacja
Brak notatek
Basket is empty
Send to print
Delete

Principles of convening the General Meeting

The General Meeting is convened by way of announcement on the Bank’s website and in a way provided for the announcement of current information by public companies The General Meeting functions according to the principles defined in the regulations of the Commercial Companies and Partnerships Code and the Bank Charter as a General or Extraordinary Meeting.

General Meetings are convened at the time enabling all eligible and interested shareholders to attend them.

Shareholder rights

Bank shareholders representing at least one twentieth of the share capital are entitled to:

  • request convening the Ordinary General Meeting,
  • request putting particular items on the agenda of the nearest General Meeting,
  • submit draft resolutions concerning items put on the agenda prior to the General Meeting.

Each shareholder is entitled to submit during the General Meeting draft resolutions concerning items put on the agenda.

Operations of the General Meeting

When an Extraordinary General Meeting is convened, the Management Board presents the rationale for convening such a meeting and for putting specific matters on the agenda or asks for presentation of the rationale, if the General Meeting was convened upon the request of another eligible entity.

Draft resolutions are presented to the General Meeting by the Management Board upon advice of the Bank Supervisory Board.

The General Meeting shall be valid regardless of the number of shares represented. Each share represents one vote. In principle, the resolutions of the General Meeting are passed with the absolute majority of votes, except for the cases as provided for in the Commercial Companies and Partnerships Code and the Charter. Apart from the Commercial Companies and Partnerships Code, the issues regarding the convening and functioning of the General Meeting are specified in the Bank Charter, the Bylaw of the General Meeting and the Notice of the General Meeting.

General Meetings are held at the Company’s registered office in Katowice. The debate of the General Meeting is transmitted via the internet. The debate of the General Meeting may be also attended by interested media representatives acting as observers.

The principles concerning shareholders participation in the General Meeting, the mode of conduct during the General Meeting as well as the manner of shareholders’ communication with the Bank are provided for in the Bylaw of the General Meeting which is available on the website.

In keeping with the Code of Best Practice for WSE Listed Companies 2016 adopted by the Bank, the amendments to the Bylaw become effective as of the subsequent General Meeting.

The powers of the General Meeting are set out in particular by the regulations of the Commercial Companies and Partnerships Code, the Banking Law Act and the stipulations of the Bank Charter.

I am a client

I am a staff member

I represent the market and media

ustawienia
zamknij

Change currency to:

Change :

zamknij

Search results: