extraordinary general meeting

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extraordinary general meeting

a meeting of the members of a company that is specially arranged. Such meetings can be convened by the directors whenever they think it proper and in certain circumstances, and subject to the legislation, by the members themselves. Only special business can be conducted at such meetings.
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Jambos chairman George Foulkes said he was doing his best to have the EGM delayed.
Asahi Chemical in Japan, which owns EGM patents along with CGI, has employed the new design approach to produce a fax machine housing.
But Thompson, who led the so-called "rebel" movement of Barry Hurst and Clive Stapleton at July's bloody EGM, has decided to take a back seat.
Finally, the chairman of the EGM was authorised to make the related registrations of the amendments with the Danish Business Authority.
The next step for the relocation is to change its registered seat from Luxembourg to Sweden, which will be handled on a separate EGM.
The letter, which was signed by WRU president Dennis Gethin, chairman David Pickering and chief executive Roger Lewis, deals with the nine points raised by Moffett and the disgruntled clubs in the notice for the EGM.
An EGM was held on Dec 15, 2009, for taking the shareholders' nod on the then proposed ' Scheme of Reduction Cum Arrangement'
He believes an EGM is not the right route and if there is an inquiry it should be an independent committee.
Prior to the calling of their EGM an invitation from the GPA to attend a meeting on May 13 had been accepted," he said.