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Lloyds Banking Group alert service

RNS Number : 1047Y
Lloyds Banking Group PLC
12 May 2016
 

12 May 2016

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC

Following the annual general meeting held today at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group plc announces that all the resolutions put to shareholders were passed by the requisite majorities.  Resolutions 1 to 24 (inclusive) were passed as ordinary resolutions.  Resolutions 25 to 30 (inclusive) were passed as special resolutions.  A poll was held on each of the resolutions proposed.  The results of the polls are as follows:

Resolution

Votes

For

% of Votes Cast

Votes

Against

% of

Votes

Cast

Total Votes

Validly Cast

Total Votes Cast

as a %

of the Ordinary Shares in Issue

Votes

Withheld

1

Receive the report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2015

49,938,010,018

99.97

13,872,742

0.03

49,951,882,760

69.99%

62,132,761

2

Election of Ms D D McWhinney

49,907,462,604

99.83

83,099,531

0.17

49,990,562,135

70.04%

22,918,129

3

Election of Mr S W Sinclair

49,842,075,785

99.70

147,993,448

0.30

49,990,069,233

70.04%

23,052,773

4

Re-election of Lord Blackwell

49,439,943,667

98.91

545,441,330

1.09

49,985,384,997

70.03%

28,096,751

5

Re-election of Mr J Colombás

49,863,155,517

99.74

129,683,549

0.26

49,992,839,066

70.04%

20,848,528

6

Re-election of Mr M G Culmer

49,685,427,571

99.39

307,154,368

0.61

49,992,581,939

70.04%

21,044,123

7

Re-election of Mr A P Dickinson

49,905,997,054

99.83

85,488,826

0.17

49,991,485,880

70.04%

21,862,607

8

Re-election of Ms A M Frew

49,888,241,526

99.79

104,380,859

0.21

49,992,622,385

70.04%

20,911,820

9

Re-election of Mr S P Henry

49,874,699,760

99.77

117,172,750

0.23

49,991,872,510

70.04%

21,633,585

10

Re-election of Mr A Horta-Osório

49,910,035,250

99.82

88,311,509

0.18

49,998,346,759

70.05%

15,551,707

11

Re-election of Mr N L Luff

49,796,959,599

99.61

194,894,923

0.39

49,991,854,522

70.04%

21,673,278

12

Re-election of Mr N E T Prettejohn

49,845,472,162

99.71

146,301,603

0.29

49,991,773,765

70.04%

21,714,628

13

Re-election of Mr A Watson

49,886,919,205

99.79

105,112,669

0.21

49,992,031,874

70.04%

21,172,897

14

Re-election of Ms S V Weller

49,907,594,558

99.83

85,029,601

0.17

49,992,624,159

70.04%

20,667,792

15

Approval of the Implementation Report section of the Directors' Remuneration Report

48,674,028,164

97.67

1,163,413,713

2.33

49,837,441,877

69.83%

176,451,689

16

Approval of a final dividend of 1.5 pence per ordinary share

49,960,697,253

99.91

47,503,613

0.09

50,008,200,866

70.07%

6,587,645

17

Approval of a special dividend of 0.5 pence per  ordinary share

49,936,124,197

99.86

71,670,740

0.14

50,007,794,937

70.06%

6,703,073

18

Re-appointment of the auditor

48,916,402,972

97.83

1,085,356,858

2.17

50,001,759,830

70.06%

11,887,075

19

Authority to set the remuneration of the auditor

49,578,784,375

99.17

417,342,231

0.83

49,996,126,606

70.05%

16,485,089

20

Lloyds Banking Group Long-Term Incentive Plan 2016

48,885,939,220

97.81

1,096,004,586

2.19

49,981,943,806

70.03%

31,341,803

21

Lloyds Banking Group North America Employee Stock Purchase Plan 2016

49,496,353,250

99.03

483,550,381

0.97

49,979,903,631

70.03%

33,118,803

22

Authority to make political donations or to incur political expenditure

48,919,007,881

98.04

976,025,973

1.96

49,895,033,854

69.91%

118,545,197

23

Directors' authority to allot shares

47,702,569,847

96.81

1,569,445,948

3.19

49,272,015,795

69.03%

741,382,124

24

Directors' authority to allot shares in relation to the issue of Regulatory Capital Convertible Instruments

48,482,236,058

97.27

1,358,675,606

2.73

49,840,911,664

69.83%

172,128,006

25

Limited disapplication of pre-emption rights (ordinary shares)

47,092,165,836

94.49

2,746,517,084

5.51

49,838,682,920

69.83%

174,391,543

26

Limited disapplication of pre-emption rights (Regulatory Capital Convertible Instruments)

47,588,595,554

95.49

2,246,934,797

4.51

49,835,530,351

69.82%

177,154,763

27

Authority to purchase own ordinary shares

49,487,094,931

98.97

512,971,489

1.03

50,000,066,420

70.05%

13,512,955

28

Authority to purchase own preference shares

49,831,254,716

99.76

121,852,260

0.24

49,953,106,976

69.99%

60,369,112

29

Adoption of new articles of association

49,914,494,435

99.85

73,002,983

0.15

49,987,497,418

70.04%

25,520,666

30

Notice period for general meetings

45,622,493,279

91.25

4,373,836,158

8.75

49,996,329,437

70.05%

16,834,512

 

Dyfrig John, Independent Non-Executive Director, retired from the board on 11 May 2016 and therefore did not seek re-election at the annual general meeting.

 

For all resolutions, as at 6.00pm on 10 May 2016 (the time at which shareholders who wanted to attend, speak and vote at the meeting were required to have their details entered in the register of members), there were 71,373,735,357 ordinary shares in issue. 195 shareholders or persons representing shareholders attended the meeting. Shareholders are entitled to one vote per ordinary share. Votes withheld are not votes and, therefore, have not been counted in the calculation of the proportion of votes for and against a resolution. In accordance with the UK Listing Authority's Listing Rules, copies of the resolutions will be submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/nsm


This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
 
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