Indofood Agri Resources Ltd.'s AGM will be held by way of electronic means on Tuesday, 16 June 2020 at 3.00 p.m. (Singapore time).
In view of the current COVID-19 restriction orders in Singapore, shareholders will not be able to attend the AGM in person.
The following are the alternative arrangements which have been put in place to allow shareholders to participate the AGM by way of electronic means.
To watch the webcast or listen to the audio-only stream, shareholders (including those holding shares through CPF and SRS) must pre-register by 3.00 p.m. on 13 June 2020. Investors holding shares through relevant intermediaries (as defined in Section 181 of the Companies Act, Chapter 50) ("Investors") (other than CPF/SRS investors) will not be able to pre-register via the registration website, and should contact their relevant intermediaries through which they hold such shares as soon as possible in order to make the necessary arrangements for them to participate in the AGM.
We thank you for your understanding and patience during this period.
Shareholders will be able to watch the "live" audio-visual webcast via their mobile phones, tablets or computers or listen to the "live" audio-only stream via telephone of the AGM proceedings. Shareholders must follow these steps:
Pre-submission of questions
Shareholders will not be able to ask questions "live" at the AGM during the webcast or audio stream, and therefore it is important for shareholders to pre-register and submit their questions in advance of the AGM.
Submission of question and deadline: Shareholders may submit questions relating to the resolutions to be tabled for approval at the AGM by 5.30 p.m. on 9 June 2020, in the following manner:
Shareholders submitting questions by post or email should download, complete and sign the prescribed question form at http://indofoodagri.com/ir-agm/questionform.pdf, before scanning and submitting it via the email address provided above, or before submitting it by post to the address provided above.
In view of the current COVID-19 situation and the related safe distancing measures which may make it difficult for shareholders to submit questions by post, shareholders are strongly encouraged to submit questions via the pre-registration website or by email.
Addressing/answering of questions: The Company will address/answer substantial and relevant questions submitted in advance by shareholders relating to the resolutions to be tabled for approval at the AGM prior to the AGM via SGXNet.
Minutes of AGM: The Company will, within one month after the date of the AGM, publish the minutes of the AGM on SGXNet and the Company's website, and the minutes will include the responses to substantial and relevant questions from the shareholders.
Submission of proxy forms to vote
Shareholders will not be able to vote online on the resolutions to be tabled for approval at the AGM.
Appointment of Chairman as proxy: Shareholders (whether individual or corporate) who wish to vote on the resolutions to be tabled at the AGM must appoint the Chairman as their proxy to attend, speak and vote on their behalf at the AGM, in accordance with the instructions on the proxy form.
Specific voting instructions to be given: In appointing the Chairman of the Meeting as proxy, shareholders (whether individual or corporate) must give specific instructions as to voting, or abstentions from voting, in respect of a resolution in the proxy form, failing which the appointment of the Chairman as proxy will be treated as invalid.
Submission of proxy forms and deadline: Proxy forms must be submitted to the Company by 3.00 p.m. on 13 June 2020, in the following manner:
A shareholder who wishes to submit an instrument of proxy must complete and sign the proxy form, before scanning and sending it by email to the email address provided above, or before submitting it by post to the address provided above.
In view of the current COVID-19 situation and the related safe distancing measures which may make it difficult for shareholders to submit completed proxy forms by post, shareholders are strongly encouraged to submit completed proxy forms electronically via email.
Persons who hold shares through relevant intermediaries (as defined in Section 181 of the Companies Act (Chapter 50 of Singapore)):