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Lloyds Banking Group alert service

RNS Number : 9163E
Lloyds Banking Group PLC
11 May 2017
 

11 May 2017

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 23 (inclusive) were passed as ordinary resolutions.  Resolutions 24 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 Relevant Shares in Issue

Votes

Withheld

1

Receive the report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2016

49,083,819,654

99.97

14,950,702

0.03

49,098,770,356

68.71%

68,247,447

2

Re-election of Lord Blackwell

48,847,420,841

99.39

300,419,929

0.61

49,147,840,770

68.78%

18,957,492

3

Re-election of Mr J Colombás

48,909,781,542

99.52

236,833,929

0.48

49,146,615,471

68.78%

20,286,137

4

Re-election of Mr M G Culmer

48,811,194,583

99.32

335,170,861

0.68

49,146,365,444

68.77%

20,469,002

5

Re-election of Mr A P Dickinson

48,954,947,809

99.61

190,993,248

0.39

49,145,941,057

68.77%

20,776,842

6

Re-election of Ms A M Frew

48,802,224,903

99.30

344,229,512

0.70

49,146,454,415

68.77%

20,326,386

7

Re-election of Mr S P Henry

45,969,665,311

93.54

3,174,842,599

6.46

49,144,507,910

68.77%

22,195,415

8

Re-election of Mr A Horta-Osório

48,932,329,822

99.56

216,122,029

0.44

49,148,451,851

68.78%

18,647,047

9

Re-election of Ms D D McWhinney

48,728,977,381

99.15

417,387,903

0.85

49,146,365,284

68.77%

20,266,492

10

Re-election of Mr N E T Prettejohn

48,970,939,329

99.64

174,816,950

0.36

49,145,756,279

68.77%

20,936,776

11

Re-election of Mr S W Sinclair

48,911,792,174

99.52

233,958,058

0.48

49,145,750,232

68.77%

20,950,714

12

Re-election of Ms S V Weller

48,969,412,938

99.64

176,886,132

0.36

49,146,299,070

68.77%

20,320,278

13

Approval of Remuneration Policy section of the Directors' Remuneration Report

47,672,876,650

98.03

959,073,982

1.97

48,631,950,632

68.05%

534,843,925

14

Approval of Annual Report on Remuneration section of the Directors' Remuneration Report

48,112,925,594

97.92

1,023,046,801

2.08

49,135,972,395

68.76%

30,692,628

15

Approval of a final ordinary dividend of 1.7 pence per ordinary share

49,108,342,678

99.89

53,256,750

0.11

49,161,599,428

68.80%

5,636,275

16

Approval of a special dividend of 0.5 pence per ordinary share

49,111,145,241

99.90

50,861,136

0.10

49,162,006,377

68.80%

5,167,585

17

Re-appointment of the auditor

47,679,407,581

97.17

1,386,597,716

2.83

49,066,005,297

68.66%

100,645,144

18

Authority to set the remuneration of the auditor

48,910,755,667

99.50

245,265,589

0.50

49,156,021,256

68.79%

10,516,896

19

Approval of the renewal of the Lloyds Banking Group Sharesave Scheme 2007

48,766,993,446

99.21

386,733,519

0.79

49,153,726,965

68.78%

13,104,042

20

Authority to make political donations or to incur political expenditure

48,400,070,535

98.51

732,756,180

1.49

49,132,826,715

68.76%

33,749,389

21

Re-designation of the limited voting shares

49,156,751,419

99.91

46,185,246

0.09

49,202,936,665

68.78%

28,635,193

22

Directors' authority to allot shares

46,637,627,928

95.17

2,369,201,251

4.83

49,006,829,179

68.58%

159,698,167

23

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

48,156,229,181

98.35

806,867,747

1.65

48,963,096,928

68.52%

203,166,149

24

Limited disapplication of pre-emption rights (ordinary shares)

48,613,377,619

99.18

400,809,828

0.82

49,014,187,447

68.59%

151,959,658

25

Limited disapplication of pre-emption rights (financing an acquisition or other capital investment)

45,605,037,868

93.04

3,410,008,049

6.96

49,015,045,917

68.59%

151,070,275

26

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

46,755,545,410

95.39

2,258,575,152

4.61

49,014,120,562

68.59%

151,998,897

27

Authority to purchase own ordinary shares

48,635,184,688

99.00

490,818,254

1.00

49,126,002,942

68.75%

40,743,911

28

Authority to purchase own preference shares

49,044,890,530

99.85

74,804,858

0.15

49,119,695,388

68.74%

42,607,840

29

Adoption of new articles of association (limited voting shares)

49,183,601,540

99.95

26,465,001

0.05

49,210,066,541

68.79%

21,333,085

30

Notice period for general meetings

47,018,648,553

95.66

2,132,207,405

4.34

49,150,855,958

68.78%

15,485,151

Anthony Watson and Nick Luff, both Independent Non-Executive Directors, notified the Board that they would not be seeking re-election at the annual general meeting.

For all resolutions, save for resolutions 21 and 29, as at 6.30 pm on 9 May 2017 (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 71,459,965,313 relevant shares in issue. The holders of the limited voting shares were entitled to vote on resolutions 21 and 29 but not on any of the other resolutions.  For resolutions 21 and 29, as at 6.30 pm on 9 May 2017 there were 71,540,886,364 relevant shares in issue (including the limited voting shares).

221 ordinary shareholders or persons representing ordinary shareholders attended the meeting. Ordinary shareholders are entitled to one vote per share. Holders of limited voting shares are entitled to one vote per share in respect of the resolutions on which they are entitled to vote.

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
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