Right to attend General Meetings
As explained in detail above, shareholders are entitled to attend General Meetings in person or via representatives who may or may not be shareholders.
Right to vote at General Meetings
Every share, apart from preferred shares to which no voting rights are attached, comes with a voting right.
Rights of preferred shareholders
According to the decision of the Company’s Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of 27.6.1990, which decided to increase the Company’s share capital by issuing preferred shares without voting rights, the preferences granted to preferred shares without voting rights were as follows...
In any event of share capital increase, when that increase does not result from a contribution in kind or the issue of bonds with the right of conversion into shares, priority rights are granted...
Right to receive a copy of the financial statements and reports of the BoD
Ten (10) days prior to the Ordinary General Meeting, each shareholder may request the annual Financial Statements and relevant reports of the Board of Directors and Auditors from the Company.
Following an application submitted by any Shareholder to the Company within at least 5 full days prior to the General Meeting, the Board of Directors...
Right to dividends:
According to the Articles of Association, the minimum mandatory dividend to be distributed each year by the Company is equal to...
Right to the product of liquidation:
On completion of the liquidation, the liquidators return the contributions of the Shareholders in accordance with the Articles of Association and distribute to them the balance from the liquidation of the Company’s assets in proportion to their share in the paid-up share capital of the Company.
Shareholders’ liability is limited to the nominal value of the shares held.
Exclusive Jurisdiction of the Courts – Applicable Law:
Each Shareholder, regardless of where he or she resides, is – in dealings with the Company – deemed to have the location of the registered offices of the Company as his/her legal place of residence, and is subject to Greek Law. Any dispute between the Company and the Shareholders or any third party is to be resolved by recourse to the Ordinary Courts; legal actions may be brought against the Company only before the Courts of Athens.