Kerry Group plc has re-scheduled its Annual General Meeting (AGM) which was due to take place at 2pm on Thursday, 30 April 2020, at the Brandon Hotel, Tralee, Co. Kerry.
'Due to the extension until 5 May 2020 of the Irish Government's restrictions in relation to travel and public gatherings, which were introduced to reduce the spread of COVID-19 the AGM cannot proceed at the as previously advised,' the group said.
'Subject to any further arrangements that may become necessary on account of changes to the restrictions, Kerry Group plc will adjourn the meeting to 2.30pm on the same date (30 April 2020) at the company's Global Technology & Innovation Centre which is located in Millennium Park, Naas, Co. Kildare,' it added.
'Minimum Necessary Quorum'
The public food company said that in order to abide by the restrictions, and to prioritise the health and safety of its shareholders and employees, the adjourned AGM will be held with the minimum necessary quorum of three shareholders, which will be facilitated by the Chairman of the meeting.
While no shareholder should attempt to attend the AGM in person, all shareholders are invited to attend the meeting via webcast which can be accessed through its website.
This facility the company said will allow shareholders to listen to the business of the meeting.
'Shareholders will not be able to use this facility to vote or to ask questions,' it added.
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