The Concourse, Chatswood is located within a two-minute walk from the Chatswood Transport Interchange – a major train and bus transport hub.
The closest train station is Chatswood Station.
Buses 340, 343, 273 and 200 depart regularly from CBD locations and stop in Chatswood.
Parking is available at The Concourse, Chatswood or in parking stations at Westfield Chatswood or Chatswood Chase.
The venue has ramps and lifts for any accessibility needs.
To receive and consider the Financial report, the Directors’ report and the Auditor’s report for the year ended 31 December 2020.
To elect Kathryn (Kate) McKenzie as a director.
To adopt the Remuneration report for the year ended 31 December 2020.
To approve the acquisition by the Chief Executive Officer of AMP Limited, Francesco De Ferrari, of 1,334,141 performance rights as his long term incentive for 2021, as described in the explanatory notes to the notice
convening the meeting.
That, subject to and conditional on at least 25% of the votes validly cast on the resolution to adopt the Remuneration report for the year ended 31 December 2020 being cast against the adoption of the report:
This resolution will only be put to the AGM if at least 25% of the votes validly cast on the resolution proposed in item 3
are against that resolution. If you do not want a spill meeting to take place, you should vote ‘against’ item 5. If you want
a spill meeting to take place, you should vote ‘for’ item 5.
The proposed items of business should be read in conjunction with the explanatory notes, which form part of this notice of meeting.
In accordance with the Corporations Act, no votes may be cast, and AMP will disregard any votes cast, on the resolutions set out in item 3 or item 5:
unless the vote is cast as proxy for a person who is entitled to vote on the relevant resolution and:
AMP will disregard any votes cast on the resolution set out in item 4:
unless the vote is cast:
As a shareholder, you can vote on the items of business by:
The board has determined that you will be entitled to participate and vote at the AGM if you are a registered shareholder of AMP at 7.00pm (Sydney time) on Wednesday 28 April 2021. You will be entitled to vote in respect of the number of AMP shares registered in your name at that time.
Voting on all proposed resolutions at the AGM will be conducted by poll.
A shareholder who is entitled to participate and vote at the AGM may appoint a proxy to participate and vote at the AGM on their behalf. A proxy does not need to be a shareholder of AMP. If a shareholder is entitled to cast two or more votes at the AGM, the shareholder may appoint two proxies and may specify the percentage or number of votes each proxy can exercise. If the proxy form does not specify the percentage or number of the shareholder’s votes that each proxy may exercise, each proxy may exercise half of the shareholder’s votes on a poll. Fractions will be disregarded.
Completed proxy forms (and any necessary supporting documents) must be received by AMP’s share registry no later than 10.00am (Sydney time) on Wednesday 28 April 2021.
You can submit your proxy form in the following ways:
If the proxy form is signed under a power of attorney on behalf of a shareholder, then the attorney must make sure that either the original power of attorney or a certified copy is sent with the proxy form, unless the power of attorney has already been provided to the AMP share registry. A proxy cannot be appointed under a power of attorney or similar authority online.
If a representative of a corporate shareholder or a corporate proxy will be participating in the AGM, the representative will need to provide adequate evidence of their appointment to the AMP share registry before the meeting in order to receive registration details so that they can then participate online and represent the shareholder. An appointment of corporate representative form may be obtained from the AMP share registry or online at www.investorcentre.com/au (select Help and then click the Printable Forms icon).
AMP encourages you to consider directing your proxy how to vote by marking the appropriate box on the proxy
form for each of the proposed resolutions.
If the Chair of the AGM is appointed as your proxy or becomes your proxy by default, the Chair intends to vote all available undirected proxies in favour of each item of business (where permissible), except the conditional spill resolution in item 5. If the spill resolution is put to the vote at the meeting, the Chair of the AGM intends to vote
against that resolution.
If you appoint the Chair of the AGM as your proxy, and you do not direct your proxy how to vote on the resolutions set out in items 3, 4 or 5 on the proxy form, then by completing and submitting the proxy form, you will be expressly authorising the Chair of the AGM to exercise your proxy even if the resolution is connected directly or indirectly with the remuneration of a member of the KMP.
then the Chair of the AGM will become your proxy by default and will cast your votes on a poll as directed (where permissible).
If you appoint a director (other than the Chair of the AGM) or another member of the KMP (or a Closely Related Party of a member of the KMP) as your proxy, you should direct them how to vote on the resolutions set out in items 3, 4 and 5 by marking the appropriate boxes. If you do not do so, your proxy will not be permitted to vote on your behalf on the resolutions set out in items 3, 4 and 5.
By order of the board.
15 March 2021
Please find more information in ‘Explanatory notes’ and ‘Notice of meeting’ in downloads below.