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Regulations Governing the Use of Proxies for Attendance at Shareholder Meetings of Public Companies  CH

Amended Date: 2020.02.27 
Article 23-2     These Regulations shall apply mutatis mutandis to any primary exchange-listed (or OTC-listed) company or emerging stock company as defined in Article 3 of the Regulations Governing the Offering and Issuance of Securities by Foreign Issuers.
    If no book closure period is provided for the stock of a primary exchange-listed (or OTC-listed) company or emerging stock company under the laws and regulations of its country of registration, when the company calls a shareholders meeting, for the calculation of the number of shares held by a proxy solicitor or by a shareholder mandating proxy solicitation pursuant to Article 5 or 6, the calculation may be based on the number of shares recorded in the shareholders register, or in the documentation of deposit in the centralized securities depository enterprise, on the record date of that shareholders meeting.
    If a primary exchange-listed (or OTC-listed) company or emerging stock company, under the laws and regulations of its country of registration, is unable to deliver the shareholders meeting notice by 30 days before the holding of the shareholders meeting, the proxy solicitor shall, by 8 days before the latest day for delivery of the shareholders meeting notice under the rules of the Taiwan Stock Exchange or Taipei Exchange, deliver to the company, with a copy to the SFI, the Solicitor Solicitation Information specified in Article 7, paragraph 1. Before the latest day for delivery of the shareholders meeting notice, the company shall compile a summary statement of the Solicitor Solicitation Information and transmit it to the SFI.