A securities firm shall encourage its shareholders to actively participate in its corporate governance and hold shareholders' meetings on the premise of legal, effective and safe proceedings. A securities firm shall seek all ways and means, including fully exploiting technologies for information disclosure and vote casting, so as to enhance the attendance rate of shareholders at the shareholders' meeting and ensure the exercise of shareholders' rights by shareholders at the shareholders' meeting in accordance with laws.
When adopting electronic voting at its shareholders' meeting, a securities firm is advised to adopt the candidate nomination system to elect its directors and supervisors, and is advised against submitting an extempore motion and a motion to amend the existing proposal at shareholders' meeting.
A securities firm is advised to assist shareholders in voting on proposals submitted to the shareholders' meeting one after another.
When a securities firm provides giveaways in respect of a shareholders' meeting to its shareholders, there should be no different treatment or discrimination against shareholders.