If you have shares in a nominee account then the form of proxy will have been sent to the legal owner of the shares (your broker), not the beneficial owner of the shares (you). Only the legal owner of shares can vote or attend an AGM, however, they can let you represent them (for the number of shares you hold)
So you have two options: You can ask your broker to vote in the way you wish for the number of shares that you have. (they, not you, will send the form of proxy to the company) or You can ask your broker for a 'Letter of Representation' for your shares, You can then take that letter to the meeting and you will be able to vote with that number of shares.
Am i right in thinking If I we don't vote for or against, the board can use those votes to carry it through which ever way they intend it to go if so why bother to vote we know which way they intend to vote ?.
Link will open, it just takes time,it's as Lelo_Gas post............If TE-8 comes off it will be a game changer in more ways than one. It will save ONEE an absolute fortune or they could give us the cash saved or spend it on more useful things.
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