Annual General Meeting 2021
Given the continuing COVID-19 restrictions applying in Canton Zug, we intend that the business of the AGM this year will be split across a live video webcast on 22 April at 1.30 p.m. CEST and the legal formalities conducted via a closed meeting to be held on 29 April at 1.30 p.m. CEST.
The webcast will include presentations on Company strategy and performance. There will also be the opportunity for shareholders to ask questions in real time about the business of the AGM and the Company to our Board. Holding this event one week in advance of the AGM date will provide shareholders with the opportunity to exercise their vote after consideration of the information provided during the webcast.
Shareholder engagement is important to the Company and we therefore encourage shareholders to participate in the webcast and vote via proxy.
Shareholders should continue to monitor the website and announcements for any updates regarding the AGM and the live video webcast.
Details of how to join the live video webcast and how to submit questions are available below.
To be effective, all proxy appointments must be lodged with the Company’s Registrars:
Jersey: Computershare Investor Services (Jersey) Limited by 27 April 2021 at 12.30 pm (BST) / 1.30 pm (CEST).
South Africa: Computershare Investor Services Proprietary Limited by 27 April 2021 at 1.30 pm (SAST).
For any questions on your Form of Proxy, please contact our registrars Computershare:
South Africa Shareholders
Shareholders are invited to engage with our Board on the business of the AGM and the Company via a live video webcast. This webcast will include presentations on our strategy and performance and provide an opportunity for shareholders to ask questions. Holding this event one week in advance of the AGM date provides shareholders with the opportunity to exercise their vote after consideration of the information provided.
Shareholders and members of the public will have access to the live video webcast via different channels:
- Shareholders who wish to ask a question in real time during the webcast (in English only), please click to register. Please note that a Shareholder Reference Number or proof of shareholding is required and registration will close at 1.30pm CEST on 20 April 2021.
- Shareholders and members of the public who wish to attend the video webcast (English only) without asking questions, please click to register.
- Shareholders who wish to ask a question in German are invited to do so before the webcast by submitting it in writing via the registration page , by 1.30pm CEST on 20 April 2021. The questions will be translated to English and answered during the webcast.
- Shareholders and members of the public who wish to attend the video webcast with German audio only, please click to register.
Questions asked during the webcast must be related to the Company or the business of the AGM.
Please clickfor German version of this page.
Annual General Meeting 2020
Glencore announced on 7 May 2020 that its 2020 AGM was held on 2 June 2020 at 10 a.m. Central European Summer Time.
Due to restrictions relating to COVID-19, regrettably the AGM this year will be a closed meeting, meaning that shareholders will not be able to attend in person.
Although shareholders will not be able to attend the AGM in person, shareholder participation is crucial. Glencore encourages shareholders to participate in the business of the AGM by voting by proxy.
As it will not be possible to ask questions during the AGM this year, Glencore provided an opportunity for shareholder engagement prior to the AGM by way of a live audio webcast on 28 May 2020.
Our AGM normally provides an opportunity for shareholders to ask questions about the business of the AGM and the Company. Given that shareholders will not be able to attend the AGM due to COVID-19 restrictions, we held a live audio webcast ahead of the AGM, as an opportunity for our shareholders to engage directly with our Chairman, Anthony Hayward and CEO, Ivan Glasenberg on Thursday 28 May 2020 from 10am to 11.30am CEST.
An on-demand version of the audio webcast is available: