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Thursday 25 April, 2013

AstraZeneca PLC

Result of AGM

RNS Number : 2879D
AstraZeneca PLC
25 April 2013
 



ASTRAZENECA PLC

 

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING : 25 APRIL 2013

 

 

AstraZeneca PLC announced the results of the voting at its Annual General Meeting today.  As proposed in the Notice of AGM, all Resolutions were decided by poll vote.

 

Resolution 1: Ordinary Resolution to receive the Company's Accounts and the Reports of the Directors and Auditor for the year ended 31 December 2012:

VOTES FOR:            855,479,582 (98.60%)

VOTES AGAINST:    12,102,994 (1.40%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 2: Ordinary Resolution to confirm dividends:

VOTES FOR:            877,949,818 (99.99%)

VOTES AGAINST:    107,712 (0.01%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 3: Ordinary Resolution to re-appoint KPMG Audit Plc, London as Auditor:

VOTES FOR:            871,792,689 (99.41%)

VOTES AGAINST:    5,176,390 (0.59%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 4: Ordinary Resolution to authorise the Directors to agree the remuneration of the Auditor:

VOTES FOR:            873,758,439 (99.64%)

VOTES AGAINST:    3,183,085 (0.36%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(a): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Leif Johansson as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            862,606,950 (99.55%)

VOTES AGAINST:    3,863,839 (0.45%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(b): Ordinary Resolution to elect Pascal Soriot as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            876,919,907 (99.89%)

VOTES AGAINST:    979,207 (0.11%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(c): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Simon Lowth as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            875,905,374 (99.80%)

VOTES AGAINST:    1,737,882 (0.20%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(d): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Geneviève Berger as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            872,303,037 (99.50%)

VOTES AGAINST:    4,371,705 (0.50%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(e): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Bruce Burlington as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            877,138,527 (99.94%)

VOTES AGAINST:    483,613 (0.06%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(f): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Graham Chipchase as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            877,063,122 (99.94%)

VOTES AGAINST:    561,789 (0.06%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(g): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Jean-Philippe Courtois as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            648,008,856 (75.83%)

VOTES AGAINST:    206,578,225 (24.17%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(h): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Rudy Markham as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            872,719,755 (99.44%)

VOTES AGAINST:    4,894,818 (0.56%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(i): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Dame Nancy Rothwell as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            874,147,395 (99.60%)

VOTES AGAINST:    3,509,118 (0.40%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(j): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Shriti Vadera as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            876,941,393 (99.92%)

VOTES AGAINST:    669,503 (0.08%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(k): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect John Varley as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            859,984,997 (99.48%)

VOTES AGAINST:    4,520,127 (0.52%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 5(l): Ordinary Resolution to re-elect Marcus Wallenberg as a Director:

VOTES FOR:            763,953,429 (91.69%)

VOTES AGAINST:    69,250,800 (8.31%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 6: Ordinary Resolution to approve the Directors' Remuneration Report for the year ended 31 December 2012:

VOTES FOR:            768,674,510 (93.74%)

VOTES AGAINST:    51,291,844 (6.26%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 7: Ordinary Resolution to authorise limited EU political donations:

VOTES FOR:            855,651,749 (97.99%)

VOTES AGAINST:    17,542,801 (2.01%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 8: Ordinary Resolution to authorise the Directors to allot shares:

VOTES FOR:            807,109,557 (92.06%)

VOTES AGAINST:    69,588,835 (7.94%)

The Resolution was passed as an Ordinary Resolution.

 

Resolution 9: Special Resolution to authorise the Directors to disapply pre-emption rights:

VOTES FOR:            860,211,384 (98.34%)

VOTES AGAINST:    14,525,836 (1.66%)

The Resolution was passed as a Special Resolution.

 

Resolution 10: Special Resolution to authorise the Company to purchase its own shares:

VOTES FOR:            869,268,139 (99.59%)

VOTES AGAINST:    3,588,622 (0.41%)

The Resolution was passed as a Special Resolution.

 

Resolution 11: Special Resolution to reduce the notice period for general meetings:

VOTES FOR:            735,088,484 (83.76%)

VOTES AGAINST:    142,488,377 (16.24%)

The Resolution was passed as a Special Resolution.

 

A C N Kemp

Company Secretary

25 April 2013


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