… your company is holding its annual (ordinary) shareholders’ meeting
… you need help with ensuring full compliance with all statutory formal requirements regarding minutes of shareholders’ meeting
… you want to keep a written record of all resolutions and votes at an ordinary shareholders’ meeting
At least once a year, shareholders of Swiss companies need to convene within six months from a business year’s end, most of all to approve the financial statements and results, as well as to appoint the directors and the auditor.
Shareholders thus assemble annually at a general or ordinary (shareholders’) meeting, which forms the supreme body of the company. The catalogue of resolutions and the majority and form requirements are mostly provided by law, to a lesser extent by the articles of incorporation. The law stipulates that the resolutions, votes and discussions must be recorded in minutes.
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