“Provision E.1.1. of the Corporate Governance Code states inter alia that:
The chairman should discuss governance and strategy with major Shareholders…
The senior independent director should attend sufficient meetings with a range of major shareholders to listen to their views in order to help develop a balanced understanding of the issues and concerns of major shareholders.
Our chairman does arrange to meet major shareholders to talk about governance and strategy. The SID does not, though he is available should shareholders wish to discuss any concerns they may have.
How do listed companies comply with this Code provision in respect of the SID?”
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