Procedures for Shareholders to Propose a Person for Election as a Director -
Article 60 Proposals at General Meeting
As a general meeting is convened, the Board, the Supervisory Committee and any shareholders individually or jointly holding 3% or more of the Company's shares with voting rights in aggregate may propose any written resolution to the Company.
Such shareholders who hold 3% or more of the Company's shares with voting rights in aggregate may submit an interim proposal in writing to the convener at least 15 business days prior to the general meeting date. The convener shall then send a supplemental notice to the shareholders to announce the interim proposal, within 3 business days upon receipt of such proposal.
Other than the above circumstances, the convener shall not make any change in the notice of the general meeting to the existing proposals or add any new proposal after the publication of the notice.
Article 96 Nomination of Directors
The Company shall set aside a period of time before convening the meeting in respect of candidates nominated by shareholders taking up the role of directors. Within this period, shareholders may issue a written notice to the Company in respect of nominating a candidate to be a director, and such candidate may issue the written notice regarding the indication of his/her intention to accept the nomination to the Company. The aforementioned period shall be at least seven (7) days and shall commence no earlier than the day after the despatch of the notice of the meeting appointed for such election and end no later than seven (7) days prior to the date of such meeting.