Investor's Information

1. General Meeting Notice

A general meeting notice is a formal communication issued by an organization to its members, shareholders, or stakeholders, informing them of an upcoming gathering where important matters will be discussed and decisions may be made. Typically, the notice includes details such as the date, time, and location of the meeting, as well as the agenda items to be addressed. This notice serves to ensure that all relevant parties are informed and have the opportunity to participate or send a representative if necessary, fostering transparency and democratic decision-making within the organization.

2. Details of Unpaid Dividend

Unpaid dividends refer to distributions of earnings or profits declared by a company’s board of directors but have not yet been disbursed to shareholders. These dividends often remain outstanding due to various reasons such as incorrect mailing addresses, unclaimed dividends, or disputes over ownership. Details of unpaid dividends typically include the amount owed to each shareholder, the dividend declaration date, the payment date, and instructions on how to claim the unpaid dividends. Shareholders may be required to provide relevant documentation or follow specific procedures outlined by the company to receive their unpaid dividends.

3. CSR Policy

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy outlines a company’s commitment to integrating social and environmental concerns into its business operations and interactions with stakeholders. This policy typically delineates the company’s approach to sustainable business practices, philanthropy, ethical standards, and community engagement. It may include initiatives related to environmental sustainability, such as reducing carbon emissions or adopting renewable energy sources, as well as social initiatives like promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace or supporting local communities through charitable activities.

4. Audited accounts

Audited accounts are financial statements that have been examined and verified by an independent auditor to ensure their accuracy and compliance with relevant accounting standards and regulations. These accounts provide stakeholders, such as investors, creditors, and regulators, with assurance regarding the financial health and performance of a company. The audit process involves a thorough review of the company’s financial records, transactions, and internal controls to assess their reliability and integrity.

5. Resignation of Directors

The resignation of directors refers to the voluntary departure of individuals from their positions on a company’s board of directors. This decision can stem from various reasons, including personal reasons, career opportunities elsewhere, conflicts of interest, or disagreements with the company’s management or strategic direction. When a director resigns, they typically submit a formal resignation letter to the board, outlining their intention to step down and specifying the effective date of their resignation.