Pursuant to art. 126-bis of Legislative Decree 58/98 (TUF), the Shareholders who, even jointly, represent one fortieth of the share capital may request, by April 4, 2021, the integration of the matters to be discussed, indicating the additional topics in the application proposed or submit new resolution proposals on matters already on the agenda.
Requests must be submitted in writing to the Company at the following e-mail addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com provided that they reach the Company within the above terms and must be accompanied by a report on the matters of which the discussion is proposed. The attestation of the ownership of the shares by the requesting Shareholders, as well as of the shareholding necessary to request the integration of the agenda, must result from a specific communication made by the depositary intermediary, effective on the date of the request, addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The integration is not allowed for matters on which the Shareholders' Meeting resolves upon proposal of the Directors or on the basis of a project and a report prepared by them, other than those referred to in art. 125-ter, paragraph 1, of the TUF.
Individual proposals for deliberation by the Shareholders on the items on the agenda
In relation to the fact that participation in the Shareholders' Meeting is envisaged exclusively through the Designated Representative, in order to allow the Shareholders to give complete voting instructions, those entitled to vote may submit to the Company, in writing, proposed resolutions and / or vote on the items on the agenda of the Shareholders' Meeting by 20 April 2021 by e-mail sent to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each proposed resolution must indicate the topic on the agenda to which it refers and report the specific resolution proposal. Each proposer must communicate his / her shareholding and indicate the references of the communication from the intermediary certifying the legitimacy to participate in the Assembly.