Definition of extraordinary general meeting EGM

Shareholders' meeting called by a company to approve a proposed transaction or other matter too important or time-critical to leave to the regular annual general meeting (AGM).  [1]

An EGM is usually required in order for shareholders to approve a capital reorganisation, or to cancel deferred shares. Sometimes, the latter is done immediately after the former.  [2]

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