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Anglo American PLC (AAL)

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Monday 22 April, 2013

Anglo American PLC

Result of AGM

RNS Number : 9062C
Anglo American PLC
22 April 2013
 



Anglo American plc

News Release

 

 

22 April 2013

Anglo American AGM 2013 - voting results

 

Anglo American plc (the "Company") announces that all resolutions, except resolution 18, were passed by the requisite majorities at the Company's Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2pm on Friday 19 April 2013.  In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.

 

Electoral Reform Services acted as independent assessors and the result of the polls was as follows. This announcement will be available for viewing on the Company's website, www.angloamerican.com, along with a transcript of the Annual General Meeting, as soon as practicable:

 

Number of cards at meeting date: 13,571

 

Total Voting Rights (Issued share capital excluding Treasury Shares) at meeting date: 1,393,689,923

 

Number of votes per share: one

 

Meeting type: AGM

 

Resolution

Shares For

(Incldg. Discretionary)

Shares Against

Shares Abstained

1. Report and Accounts

868,353,267

1,584,233

970,769

2. Dividend

869,527,168

433,463

947,638

3. Elect Mark Cutifani

869,932,007

18,556

957,706

4. Elect Byron Grote

869,747,463

196,573

964,233

5. Elect Anne Stevens

863,587,831

6,176,831

1,143,607

6. Re-elect David Challen

846,206,612

18,201,223

6,500,434

7. Re-elect Sir CK Chow

867,206,387

2,739,618

962,264

8. Re-elect Sir Philip Hampton

867,587,968

2,358,096

962,205

9. Re-elect René Médori

859,592,076

9,978,212

1,337,981

10. Re-elect Phuthuma Nhleko

864,567,333

209,652

6,131,284

11. Re-elect Ray O'Rourke

869,735,479

201,487

971,303

12. Re-elect Sir John Parker

856,013,086

13,941,490

953,693

13. Re-elect Jack Thompson

867,632,012

2,308,732

967,525

14. To re-appoint the auditors

866,365,554

1,526,049

3,016,666

15. Auditors' remuneration

869,643,954

282,617

981,698

16. Remuneration Report

629,554,600

167,304,694

74,048,974

17. Authority to allot shares

608,779,648

261,176,009

952,612

18. Disapply pre-emption rights

620,310,104

249,632,746

965,419

19. Authority to purchase own shares

857,072,799

12,883,121

952,348

20. Hold general meetings (other than AGM) on not less than 14 days notice

724,070,137

145,842,001

996,130

Resolution 18, a special resolution relating to the disapplication of pre-emption rights, did not achieve the necessary 75% majority and thus was not passed. Although this is a routine resolution for public companies in the UK, the directors had no present intention of exercising the proposed authority, as set out in the Notice of Annual General Meeting. The Company does not therefore anticipate any consequences arising from the resolution not being passed. The Company will discuss any concerns with those shareholders, predominantly outside the UK, who voted against this resolution.

 

 

Nicholas Jordan
Company Secretary
Anglo American plc
20 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1Y 5AN
Registered Number 3564138


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