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On Proxies and Electronic Voting in Shareholders Meeting
shareholders meeting,proxy rule,electronic voting,visual communication meeting,corporation governance,
|Publication Year :||2020|
In 2020, when Taiwan is facing the threat of COVID-19, the question of whether there will be mass infections among shareholders at shareholders' meetings of listed and OTC companies has arisen. In order to avoid an epidemic breach due to the gathering of shareholders at shareholders' meetings, the competent authorities and TDCC have continuously called for and advocated the adoption of electronic voting by shareholders.
This article begins with the discussion of corporate governance and introduces shareholder activism as one of the corporate governance practices, and then explains the relationship between shareholder activism and shareholder meetings. Then, from the convening of shareholder meetings, it is necessary to collect proxies as a reason to introduce current shareholders in Taiwan The functions and related specifications of the proxy statement, then introduce the origin and rules of the electronic voting system of the shareholders meeting, discuss the ways in which the electronic voting system of the shareholders meeting can be further refined, and introduce the relationship between the electronic voting of the shareholders meeting and the visual communication meeting.
Based on the results of the above analysis, this paper concludes that the collection of shares for shareholders' meetings in Taiwan is still mainly based on proxy solicitation, and the promotion of electronic voting at shareholders' meetings still needs to be backed up by continuous technological advancement, but listed and OTC companies can, at the request of the competent authorities, encourage more shareholders to attend shareholders' meetings mainly through electronic voting by means of institutional regulation and incentives to improve corporate governance.
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