Iberdrola SA : today, with the opening of the Service Points for Shareholders, invites you to attend the Annual General Meeting

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Iberdrola encourages participation in the AGM with today’s opening of the Shareholder Service Points

Iberdrola wants to strengthen communication with its more than 600,000 shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on June 17th and to this end today reopened its shareholder service points after two years of closure due to the pandemic with a 50% increase in the number of locations in Madrid, Barcelona , ​​Bilbao, Santander, Valencia, Valladolid, San Sebastián and Zaragoza. In all of them from June 8th to June 16th, people can delegate, vote and collect a gift for participation. To avoid the digital divide, Iberdrola always has collaborators available to take care of the shareholders.

To encourage participation, the energy company has also proposed a gross dividend of €0.005 per share this year (€1 gross per 200 shares). If the AGM approves this new incentive, which would be regulated by the Articles of Association, and 70% of the quorum is reached, Iberdrola will pay out this additional amount to all eligible shareholders. This new reward makes the Company the first and only Ibex 35 company to reward shareholders in this way at the Company’s flagship event.

The engagement dividend is part of a concept for a more participatory, accessible, narrow, sustainable and innovative board of directors. In this regard, Iberdrola recommends that shareholders and their proxies participate telematically or remotely before the meeting, in order to protect their health, promote sustainability and avoid the inconveniences deriving from any measures that may be imposed by the authorities.

Wide range of possibilities for participation

Iberdrola offers investors a variety of investment opportunities. In fact, it is the first Spanish company to allow its shareholders to exercise their voting rights through instant messaging systems. To vote through this channel, shareholders simply need to WhatsApp (to +34 639 000 639) or telegram (to the Junta Iberdrola Account).

Shareholders who receive the company card can open a personalized QR code to enter it votojunta.iberdrola.com and also vote quickly and easily. In the event that they use the cards sent by the custodians, they can access the same portal with their electronic signature or simply with their share number or their OLA Shareholder Club Password. At the same time, an email address [email protected] has been set up for shareholders who prefer to send their signed cards through this channel.

Another option is to vote by telephone by calling the toll-free number 900 100 019 or by traditional post by sending the original signed voting card to PO Box 1.113, 48080 Bilbao.

All shareholders wishing to exercise their proxy or remote voting rights must do so by midnight on June 16, the day before the Annual General Meeting, via one of the above-mentioned channels.

Shareholders and proxies wishing to participate electronically must pre-register on the Company’s website between June 12 and June 17, 10:00 a.m. Once pre-registration has been confirmed, they can join the meeting on June 17 between 9:00am and 10:15am by registering on the Attendance Portal. Those who prefer to attend in person should reserve a seat through the Shareholders’ Office or the company’s website.

Iberdrola fosters fluid and permanent communication with shareholders

That Shareholder Office is the main information channel whose primary objective is to be an open, permanent and transparent space for all Iberdrola shareholders, continuously developing initiatives aimed at strengthening this relationship and allowing them to be constantly informed and To make proposals to the management of the company.

In this way, the Shareholders’ Office serves to respond at any time to any questions, queries or suggestions from shareholders through a free telephone hotline (900 100 019) and an email address ([email protected]) in contact with shareholders who voluntarily registered in its database.

In addition, the company has a virtual shareholder assistant (VSA), a chatbot designed to respond immediately to questions related to the general meeting and to provide all interesting information and links to facilitate participation in the event.

The OLA Shareholders’ Club is on the website, an interactive system that represents another step in the direct, fluid and permanent dialogue that Iberdrola maintains with its shareholders. By registering with this club, shareholders can participate in special leisure activities, events, competitions, etc., in addition, they can publicly or confidentially submit any questions of interest, access frequently asked questions and answers on various topics and, starting with the convocation of the general meeting, their Exercise rights to information, proxy voting and remote voting and follow the live broadcast of the Annual General Meeting.

Iberdrola was the first IBEX 35 company to have a dedicated mobile application for investors and shareholders: Iberdrola Investor Relations. Investors can access all relevant information about the company’s economic and financial development on their mobile devices. You can also use this application to follow the company’s results presentations and the conduct of the general meeting. It also provides stock price history as well as access to stock price charts.

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