Regulations of the General Meeting of Izostal S.A. seated in Zawadzkie
1. Offering Act - act on public offering and conditions for marketing financial instruments in the organized exchange system and public companies of July 29, 2005 (Journal of Laws No. 184 item 1539 as amended),
2. Trading Act – act on financial instruments trading of July 29, 2005 (Journal of Laws No. 183, item 1538 as amended),
3. Commercial Companies Code – act of September 15, 2000, Commercial Companies Code (Journal of Laws No. 94, item 1037 as amended),
4. Company – Izostal Spółka Akcyjna, (Izostal S.A.)
5. Articles – Articles of Izostal S.A.
6. Shareholder – a shareholder of Izostal S.A.
7. General Meeting, Meeting – general meeting of Izostal S.A.
8. President of General Meeting – president of general meeting of Izostal S.A.
9. Supervisory Board – supervisory board of Izostal S.A.
10. Management Board – management board of Izostal S.A.
11. Participation Registration Day – date of establishing the right of participation in the General Meeting, standardized for all Shareholders, falling 16 days prior to the General Meeting (applicable as of the day on which the Company becomes a public company);
12. Company Correspondence Address – electronic mail address indicated by the Management Board in the Internet website after Izostal S.A. obtains the status of a public company, to be used for communication between Shareholders and Company, including for:
a) sending the information on granting and cancelling a power of attorney for participation in the General Meeting including the data necessary to identify a Shareholder and their plenipotentiary/plenipotentiaries,
b) sending a demand to convene the General Meeting with PDF scans of the documents based on which the Management Board may take relevant actions,
b) sending a demand to put specific matters on the agenda of General Meeting with PDF scans of the documents based on which the Management Board may take relevant actions,
13. Good Practices of the Companies Listed in the Warsaw Stock Exchange – regulations effective for the Company once it becomes a public company and specified in the document “Good Practices of the Companies Listed in the Warsaw Stock Exchange” enclosed with resolution no. 17/1249/2010 of the Board of Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie SA (Warsaw Stock Exchange) of May 19, 2010.
1. The Regulations specify the procedure for the functioning of the General Meeting, holding its sessions and passing resolutions.
2. The Regulations shall be adopted by the General Meeting in the form of a resolution.
3. The Regulations of the General Meeting shall be made available in the Company’s seat, and once the Company shares are marketed in a regulated market, also in the Company’s Internet website.
4. The General Meeting may hold its annual or extraordinary sessions.
5. The General Meeting shall be valid irrespective of the number of votes represented there unless the otherwise is concluded from the effective legal regulations.
General Meeting venue
1. General Meetings shall be held in the Company’s seat or in Dąbrowa Górnicza or in Warsaw.
Convening and cancelling the General Meeting
1. General Meeting may be convened by authorities or persons entitled so in line with the legal regulations or the Articles.
2. The demand to convene the General Meeting and to put specific items on the agenda of the Meeting is reported by authorized entities, and the motions regarding the agenda of the General Meeting, including the motion not to analyze the matter put on the agenda of the meting shall be justified.
3. Once the Company obtains the status of a public Company, draft resolutions proposed for approval by the General Meeting as well as and other significant materials with their justification shall be presented to Shareholders prior to the General Meeting, at a time that makes it possibke for Shareholders to understand and assess them. The Management Board shall present the justification or request an entity moving for putting a given item on the agenda of the General Meeting to present justification.
4. Venue and date of the General Meeting shall be selected in a manner making it possible for the largest number of Shareholders to participate in the session.
5. The Management Board, having obtained a request to convene the General Meeting from an authorized entity, shall convene the General Meeting on the date indicated in the request unless holding the Meeting on this date is connected with significant obstacles. In this situation, the General Meeting shall be convened at the closest possible date making it possible for the Meeting to decide on the matters put forward for the session.
6. The General Meeting may be cancelled in case of extraordinary obstacles (force majeure) or if it is obviously pointless. Cancellation shall be effected in the same way as convening the meeting no later than three weeks prior to the originally planned date. The General Meeting having on its agenda specific matters put there upon request of authorized entities or the Meeting that has been convened upon such a motion may only be cancelled if the movers give their consent thereto.
7. Change in the date of holding the General Meeting shall be effected in line with the same procedure as cancellation of the Meeting, even though the proposed agenda does not change.
8. Cancellation of the General Meeting or change in its date shall not prevent or restrict Shareholders from participating in the General Meeting.
Shareholders' rights to information
1. For the Annual General Meeting, the copies of the Management Board's report on Company activity and financial statement, as well as the copy of the Supervisory Board's report and chartered auditor’s opinion shall be made available to Shareholders by putting them for possible viewing in the Company's seat, 15 days prior to the Annual General Meeting at the latest.
2. A shareholders may demand that copies of the motions on the issues covered by the agenda of the meeting be issued to them one week prior to the General Meeting.
Authorization to participate in the General Meeting
1. The following Company Shareholders shall be authorized to participate in the General Meeting:
1) having rights under registered shares and temporary certificates, as well as pledgees and users entitled to a voting right if they have been put in the shares ledger one week prior to the session of the General Meeting at the latest,
2) having rights under bearer shares, who at least one week prior to the date of the General Meeting provided the Company with:
a) bearer share documents, or
b) receipts confirming the depositing of shares with a notary public, bank or an investment company having its seat or branch in the territory of the European Union or a country being a party to the European Economic Area treaty, indicated in the announcement on convening the General Meeting,
c) registered deposit certificates issued by an entity managing a securities account in line with the Trading Act and executive regulations thereto.
2. As of the day on which the Company obtains the status of a public company, the right of participation in the General Meeting shall be ascribed to the persons being Shareholders sixteen days prior to the General Meeting and who demand participation in the Meeting, wherein:
1) persons entitled to participate in the meeting as holders of registered shares or temporary certificates as well as pledgees and users with a voting right may participate in the general meeting if they are included in the shares' ledger on the Participation Registration Date.
2) persons entitled under bearer shares having the form of a document or persons submitting a receipt of depositing the share document with a notary public, bank or an investment company having its seat or branch in the territory of the European Union or a country being party to the European Economic Area treaty, indicated in the announcement on convening the General Meeting shall have the right to participate in the General Meeting if share certificates or receipts of depositing the share certificate with aforesaid entities are submitted with the Company no later than on the Participation Registration Date and are not taken back before end of this day.
3. Should a Shareholder be a legal person or be represented by a plenipotentiary, participation of the Shareholder’s plenipotentiary shall require that the right to act on their behalf be documented duly. The original written power of attorney shall be enclosed with the minutes. It is assumed that a written document confirming one’s right to represent a Shareholder at the General Meeting is lawful unless its authenticity or validity of the letter prima facie raises doubts of the Company Management Board (while making an entry in the attendance list) or General Meeting President. Should a Shareholder be a legal person, a document necessary to demonstrate correct representation is a copy of the current excerpt of the respective register where a legal person is incorporated.
4. As of the day on which the Company obtains the status of a public company, a power of attorney to exercise the voting right may be granted in electronic form, wherein:
1) the Company shall post a power of attorney form on its website, said form to be filled in carefully – the Company shall have the right to identify a Shareholder and a plenipotentiary by verification of personal and address data given by the Shareholder in the form - these measures shall be proportionate to the purpose their serve;
2) it is not obligatory for a Shareholder to utilize the form, yet the power of attorney must contain those elements at least which are listed in the form;
3) information on the grant or cancellation of a power of attorney with this power of attorney shall be sent by a Shareholder to the Company Correspondence Address prior to the closing of the list of General Meeting participants which is prepared on the day of the General Meeting prior to its opening and must be preceded by the plenipotentiary's request to be included in the list of participants;
4) for authenticity confirmation purposes, it is recommended that a Shareholder provide a plenipotentiary with a printout copy of the information mentioned above.
5) a printout of the power of attorney granted in electronic form shall be enclosed with the attendance list prepared before the opening of the General Meeting and then enclosed with the notarized minutes of the General Meeting.
5. Should there arise any doubts as to whether or not the power of attorney has been granted in a correct way, the Company should enable a plenipotentiary to see the documents that have been sent by the Shareholder granting this power of attorney to the Company Correspondence Address.
6. A plenipotentiary in the General Meeting may not be a person performing the function of a Company Management Board Member or a Company employee, subject to the reservation that as of the day on which the Company obtains the status of a public company, this restriction shall no longer be applicable.
Registration of General Meeting participants
1. As of the day on which the Company obtains the status of a public company, upon request of a person having rights under dematerialized bearer shares of the Company reported no earlier than after the announcement on convening the General Meeting and no later than on the first week day following the Participation Registration Date, an entity managing the securities account for the Shareholder shall issue a registered certificate on the right to participate in the General Meeting.
2. The Management Board of the Company shall prepare a list of persons authorized to participate in the General Meeting on the basis of:
1) the list of Shareholders entitled under bearer shares (covering also bearer shares in document form), made available by the National Deposit of Securities using means of electronic communications no later than one week prior to the date of the General Meeting;
2) the list of persons entitled under bearer shares and temporary certificates or pledgees and users who were included in the shares’ ledger on the Participation Registration Day.
3. The List of the Persons Entitled to Participate in the General Meeting, signed by the Management Board, with the surnames and given names or business names of the entitled persons, their residence address (seat), number, type and numbers of shares as well as number of assigned votes, shall be available in the Company's seat for three days preceding the session of the General Meeting. A natural person may provide their correspondence address instead of their place of residence. Should a voting right be ascribed to a pledgee or a user, this circumstance shall be indicated in the list of the Entitled Persons upon the an entitled person’s request.
4. A shareholder may view the List of the Entitled Persons in the venue offered by the Management Board and demand the copy of the list against refund of the costs of its preparation. As of the day on which the Company obtains the status of a public company, a Shareholder may demand that the List of the Entitled Persons be sent to them free of charge by electronic mail, providing the address to which the list should be sent.
5. If the demand mentioned under cl. 4 hereinabove is filed, the Company may demand from the Shareholder that they produce the evidence confirming that they are a Shareholder – evidence for this circumstance shall be specifically the fact of being entered into the shares’ ledger and a deposit certificate not older than prepared on the day of convening the General Meeting, which can be sent in scanned PDF format by electronic mail to the Company Correspondence Address.
6. Half an hour prior to the opening of the General Meeting session registration of the General Meeting participants shall start – with Shareholders and their plenipotentiaries signing the attendance list (hereinafter referred to as the “Attendance List”) with the list of the Company Shareholders’ prepared on the basis of the List of the Entitled Persons, specifying the number of assigned shares held by each person entitled to participate in the General Meeting and the number of respective votes.
7. If a Shareholder is not included in the List of the Entitled Persons, but has a registered certificate on the right to participate in the General Meeting issued by an entity managing the securities account for the Shareholder, no earlier than after the announcement on convening the General Meeting and no later than on the first week day following the Participation Registration Day, the Company shall be obligated to admit them to participate in the General Meeting.
8. Should a Shareholder be entered in the List of the Entitled Persons, the Company does not have the right to demand from them the registered certificate on the right to participate in the General Meeting.
9. The form of the power of attorney granted shall not have any impact on the technical voting methods used – all the participants of the General Meeting shall be bound by the same principles accepted as to the methods to have a vote, as specified in § 12 of the Regulations.
Participation of persons other than Shareholders in the session of the General Meeting
1. The sessions of the General Meeting shall be attended by Management Board Members and Supervisory Board members who are able to provide material answers to the questions asked during the General Meeting.
2. The Annual General Meeting shall be attended by a chartered auditor (or a person indicated by them).
3. Management Board members or Supervisory Board members whose mandate has expired prior to the date of the Annual General Meeting, the purpose of which is to grant a vote of approval for them for performance of their duties, shall have the right to participate in the Annual General Meeting, view the copies of the Management Board's report on the Company activity, financial statement, Supervisory Board's report on its activity, chartered auditor's opinion, and present written opinions thereto, if, one week prior to the session of the General Meeting at the latest, they provide the Management Board of the Company with the request to exercise such rights.
4. The General Meeting shall be attended by a notary public preparing the minutes of the General Meeting – present during the entire session of the General Meeting.
5. Furthermore, the General Meeting may be attended by:
a) directors, managers and other employees of the Company or Company subsidiaries invited by the Company Management Board – when discussing the item of the agenda referring to the aspects for which these persons are responsible;
b) experts invited by the authority convening the General Meeting – when discussing the item of the agenda referring to the aspects subject to experts’ assessment, or after the Shareholders representing an ordinary majority of votes agree, when discussing the other items of the agenda:
c) representatives of the media.
6. Persons mentioned in this article shall not be participants of the General Meeting subject to registration and entry in the Attendance List and shall not have a voting right.
Opening of the General Meeting
1. The General Meeting shall be opened by the Supervisory Board President or a person indicated by them. Should the Supervisory Board President be absent from the General Meeting or not indicate a person for opening the meeting, the General ’ Meeting shall be opened by the Management Board President or a person indicated by them, and in the absence of these persons, by the Shareholder or a person representing the Shareholder holding the largest percentage of shares in Company share capital, who is present in the General Meeting.
2. A person opening the General Meeting shall be authorized to take any procedural decisions as necessary to start the session of the General Meeting, and specifically, he or she should get to the appointment of the General Meeting President immediately, withdrawing from any other material or formal settlements.
3. Should the General Meeting be convened in line with the procedure under Art. 399 § 3 of the Commercial Companies Code, the Shareholders' convening the Meeting shall appoint the General Meeting President.
General Meeting President
1. Any participant of the General Meeting shall have the right to apply for the General Meeting President, as well as to submit one candidacy for the General Meeting President.
2. The candidate who has been submitted shall be put on the list after noting their declaration of consent to apply for the function in the minutes. The list of the submitted candidates shall be prepared by the person opening the General Meeting. Once the list is announced it shall be considered closed.
3. The General Meeting President shall be elected by secret vote.
4. After the vote, the person opening the General Meeting shall announce the vote results.
5. The General Meeting President shall be the one of the submitted candidates who has obtained the highest number of votes. In case several candidates obtain the same largest number of votes, the vote shall be repeated. For the repeated vote only the candidates with the largest number of votes shall be admitted
6. The General Meeting President, once he or she is elected, shall sign the Attendance List and ascertain whether the General Meeting has been convened properly and whether the Meeting is capable of adopting resolutions.
7. Upon the motion of the shareholders holding one tenth of the share capital represented in the General Meeting, the Attendance List shall be verified by the Committee selected for this purpose, composed of at least 3 people. The movers shall be authorized to select one committee member.
8. The Attendance List, signed by the President and containing the list of the General Meeting participants, number of shares represented by each participant and number of respective votes, shall be available during the General Meeting.
9. After the election and after the Attendance List is signed, the General Meeting Chairman shall order the selection of the Ballot Counting Committee if the agenda so foresees. The Ballot Counting Committee composed of 2 to 3 members shall be elected by the General Meeting by an absolute majority of votes cast in a secret vote. Any person authorized to participate in the General Meeting shall have the right to submit one candidacy to be noted in the minutes. Vote should be held for each candidate separately in alphabetical order. The submitted candidates shall consent to being candidates. The candidates who have received the largest number of votes in turn shall be considered elected. The task of the Ballot Counting Committee is to oversee the correct vote proceeding, supervise the computer vote handling, check and determine the vote results and announce them to the General Meeting President and take other actions related to vote organization. Whenever an irregularity is found in the vote proceeding, the Ballot Counting Committee shall be obliged to inform the General Meeting President about the fact forthwith and to put forward the motions regarding the further proceeding at the same time. The documents with the vote results (minutes of the Ballot Counting Committee) shall be signed by all the Committee members and President of the General Meeting. General Meeting may appoint other committees to perform the ordered activity in line with the procedure effective for the election of the Ballot Counting Committee. Such committees shall be constituted and shall operate on the same rights as the Ballot Counting Committee.
10. If necessary, the Meeting President may select a person to support them as Secretary of the Meeting.
11. President of the Meeting shall not resign from their function without any serious reasons, and they may not delay the minutes of the General Meeting from being signed without any justified reasons.
12. The Meeting President shall manage the session of the General Meeting in line with the agreed agenda of the session, following legal regulations and regulations under the Company Articles and these Regulations. Specifically, the Meeting President’s task is to:
a) state whether or not the General Meeting has been properly convened,
b) ensure the correct and efficient proceeding of the session as well as respect for the rights and interest of all the Shareholders, including counteracting the abuse of their rights by the participants of the General Meeting and ensuring the respect for the rights of the minority shareholders;
c) give the floor to speakers;
d) oversee the subject-related proceeding of the session;
e) dissipate any procedural doubts;
f) make respective procedural orders and, if justified, announce procedural breaks;
g) order the vote to be held, oversee its correct proceeding, sign documents with the vote results and announce the vote results;
h) take a position on the motions submitted by participants of the General Meeting and, if necessary, order the vote on the matters mentioned in the motions;
i) announce breaks in the sessions upon the motion submitted by the Shareholders and adopted by the majority of 2/3 votes cast for the resolution to suspend the session.
12. Procedural breaks ordered by the Meeting President may not have the purpose of hindering the Shareholders from exercising their rights.
13. A procedural break shall be understood as a break of no longer than 30 minutes, due to some procedural or technical issues related to the agenda of the General Meeting, justified specifically by a need to: formulate the motion, edit the final version of the content of the resolution being adopted, formulate some amendments to the resolution, use some legal support of the Company, copy the materials for the Shareholders. Should it be necessary to announce a break other than the break specified above, or to extend the short break, a relevant decision shall be taken by the General Meeting.
Agenda of the meeting
1. After the attendance list is signed and checked, the General Meeting shall run a vote on the proposed agenda of the meeting.
2. A shareholder reporting a motion to the agenda of the General Meeting session, including the motion to discontinue the analysis of the point put on the agenda, shall produce some justification making it possible to adopt a resolution based on relevant knowledge.
3. General Meeting President may not remove any items from the announced agenda of the meeting or change the order of specific items on their own.
4. After presentation of each item of the agenda, the General Meeting President shall give the floor to the speakers in the order they come forward.
5. Whether to close the discussion or not shall be decided by the General Meeting President.
6. General Meeting President may give the floor out of turn to Management Board members, Supervisory Board members and invited experts.
General Meeting proceeding
1. Any Shareholder shall have the right to ask questions on any matter covered by the agenda of the meeting. General Meeting President shall enable any Shareholder to speak up on the matters covered by the agenda of the meeting, in the order they come forward.
2. During the session participants of the General Meeting shall have the right to ask questions related to a given item of the agenda to the incumbent members of the Company bodies present in the room.
3. The floor may be taken only on the matters covered by the accepted agenda of the session and analyzed at a given time.
4. While analyzing each item of the agenda, any participant of the General Meeting shall have the right to one 5-minute speech and 3-minute reply.
5. General Meeting President shall have the right to reprimand the speaker who strays from the subject of the discussion or overruns the time granted in line with the content of cl. 3. General Meeting President shall have the right to take back the floor from the speakers who do not follow the requests.
6. When the discussion on each item of the agenda is closed, prior to the vote, General Meeting President shall recite the received motions regarding the draft resolution and decide on the vote order. Vote on the motions shall proceed starting from the most general motion (approval of which precludes a necessity to vote on other ones). When the vote on the motions is closed, the draft resolution allowing for the accepted motions is being voted on.
7. The vote may be carried out using voting cards (separate for open and secret vote) or computer vote casting and counting system, which makes it possible to cast votes in the number corresponding to the number of shares held and eliminating (for secret vote) a possibility to identify how specific Shareholders (plenipotentiaries) have voted.
8. Members of the Supervisory Board and the Management Board, as well as the Company's chartered auditor should provide the participants of the General Meeting with explanations and information about the Company, to an extent corresponding to their competences, and in a scope necessary to decide on issues discussed by the General Meeting.
9. A resolution may not be adopted for the matters which have not been covered by the agenda, unless the entire share capital is represented in the General Meeting and no present participant makes any objections regarding adoption of a resolution.
10. A motion to convene the Extraordinary General Meeting and some procedural motions may be adopted even though they have not been placed on the agenda.
11. Unless the Commercial Companies Code or the regulations under the Company Articles provide for more restrictive conditions, General Meeting resolutions shall be adopted by an absolute majority of votes.
12. Vote on procedural matters may only refer to the issues related to handling the session of the General Meeting. This procedure may not be used to vote on the resolutions that may have negative impact on the exercise by the Shareholders' of their rights.
13. General ' Meeting resolution on the issue of shares with a subscription right shall define precisely the issue price or the mechanism for its calculation or obligate an authorized authority to define the price prior to the date of the subscription right on the date making it possible to take an investment decision.
14. General Meeting resolutions shall ensure a necessary time interval between the decisions resulting in specific corporate incidents and the dates on which the shareholders' rights arising from these corporate incidents are determined.
15. The day of establishing the right to dividend and the dividend payment date shall be agreed so that the period between them is the shortest possible, and in any case no longer than 15 week days. Extending this period requires specific justification.
16. A resolution of the Genera lMeeting on the payment of contingent dividend may only specify such conditions for which any possible fulfillment shall precede the date of establishing the right to dividend.
17. General Meeting President shall be obligated to enable a Shareholder, who has voted against a resolution, to raise an objection and justify it briefly.
18. Shareholders may not vote (either in person or as plenipotentiaries of other persons) on resolutions that refer to the following:
a) their responsibility towards the Company on any account, including grant of a vote of approval,
b) release from an obligation towards the Company,
c) dispute between them and the Company.
For such cases the concerned Shareholders may not take part in a vote.
19. Secret vote shall be required for the following:
• motions to recall members of Company authorities,
• motions to hold members of Company authorities liable,
• personal matters,
• upon request of at least one person entitled to a vote and present in the meeting.
20. Prior to the start of the election vote, General Meeting President shall check whether the candidates have agreed to their candidacies, which shall have the written form. Such consent shall be synonymous with accepting the position after being elected.
Election of the Supervisory Board
1. The General Meeting shall appoint and recall Supervisory Board Members.
2. The number of Supervisory Board members, within the limits specified in § 10 cl. 1 of the Articles shall be defined by the General Meeting.
3. A Supervisory Board member shall have relevant knowledge, professional experience and life experience and be able to allocate necessary time to be able to perform their function on the Supervisory Board in a due manner. Candidacies for Supervisory Board Members shall be submitted and justified in detail in a manner making it possible to make a conscious choice.
4. Each candidate for a Supervisory Board Member shall declare their consent to be a candidate and ensure that to the best of their knowledge there are no circumstances that would result in them being elected for the Supervisory Board unlawfully. Such statements may be made in writing and attached to the minutes. A written statement of the candidate absent from the General Meeting shall be submitted via a Shareholder submitting their candidacy.
5. Upon request of the Shareholders representing at least one fifth of the Company share capital, the Supervisory Board shall be elected by the closest General Meeting by vote in separate groups.
6. In case the Supervisory Board is elected by group vote:
a) an initiative to create specific groups shall rest with the Shareholders only. One Shareholder may belong to one group only,
b) the minimum number of shares required to establish a separate group shall be a quotient of the number of shares represented in the General Meeting and the number of vacant seats on the Supervisory Board,
c) whenever a separate group is established, Shareholders shall report that to the General Meeting President,
d) specific groups shall select a group leader among themselves to carry out the election,
e) a leader of a group shall prepare and sign the attendance list for a given group, and then accept candidacies for Supervisory Board members and present the result of the group vote to the General Meeting President,
f) General Meeting President shall announce the election results of specific groups and determine the number of vacant positions in the Supervisory Board,
g) Shareholders who have not become part of any separate group shall elect the other Supervisory Board members.
1. Resolutions of the General Meeting shall be put in the minutes by a notary public present during the General Meeting over the entire duration of the session.
2. The minutes shall be prepared in line with the content of the respective provisions of the Commercial Companies Code, wherein:
1) the minutes shall ascertain whether or not the General Meeting has been convened properly and whether or not it is capable of passing resolutions, and the minutes shall enumerate the adopted resolutions, stating the following information for each resolution: the number of shares for which valid votes have been cast, percentage share of the shares in the share capital, total number of valid votes, number of votes „for”, „against” and „abstaining” as well as any objections raised;
2) the Attendance List with signatures of the General Meeting participants and the list of Shareholders voting by correspondence or in another way using means of electronic communication, if such voting methods have been foreseen in the Articles, shall be enclosed with the minutes;
3. An excerpt of the notarized act with the minutes of the General Meeting and proofs of it being convened, together with the powers of attorney granted by the Shareholders, or the documents confirming the fact of a Shareholder’s action via plenipotentiary shall be enclosed with the book of the minutes by the Management Board.
4. Shareholders may view the book of the minutes and demand that the copies of the resolutions certified to be true by the Management Board be issued to them.
5. Once the Company obtains the status of a public company, within one week from the closing of the General Meeting, the Management Board shall post the vote results on the Company website, in the scope specified in cl. 2 item 1) hereinabove; the vote results shall be available till the expiry of the deadline for suing a General Meeting resolution.
1. These Regulations shall come into force starting from the General Meeting following the General Meeting during which these Regulations have been adopted.
2. Any amendments to the Regulations of the General Meeting shall be effective starting from the General Meeting following the Meeting that has adopted the amendments to the Regulations.
3. For matters not governed herein, the provisions of the Code of Commercial Companies and Company Articles shall be applicable.