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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 0.24% 2,881.00 2,877.00 2,878.00 2,893.00 2,842.00 2,876.00 460,403 16:35:00
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Halma PLC Result of AGM

22/07/2021 3:00pm

UK Regulatory (RNS & others)


TIDMHLMA

RNS Number : 1804G

Halma PLC

22 July 2021

 
                                                Halma plc 
 
                                  Results of Annual General Meeting 2021 
 
 
 
                     At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Halma plc held today, all 
                    the resolutions contained in the Notice of Meeting and put to the 
                  meeting were duly passed. Resolutions 1 to 17 were passed as ordinary 
                 resolutions and resolutions 18 to 21 were passed as special resolutions. 
                                The results of the poll are set out below. 
           Resolution        Votes        %         Votes        %        Votes      % Voted     Votes 
                             For*                 Against                Total                Withheld** 
                                                 Annual Report 
   1     and Accounts    301,042,146   100.00            37    0.00   301,042,183    79.30%      175,256 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Declaration 
                                                    of final 
   2     dividend        300,526,090    99.78       673,428    0.22   301,199,518    79.34%       24,421 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Remuneration 
   3     Report          278,654,743    92.88    21,366,458    7.12   300,021,201    79.03%    1,202,738 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Remuneration 
   4     Policy          176,723,996    60.18   116,952,309   39.82   293,676,305    77.36%    7,547,634 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                    Election 
                                                       of 
                                                   Dame Louise 
   5     Makin           300,703,831    99.86       420,659    0.14   301,124,490    79.32%       99,449 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                    Election 
                                                       of 
                                                    Dharmash 
   6     Mistry          301,063,746    99.98        52,900    0.02   301,116,646    79.32%      107,293 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
   7     Carole Cran     267,765,435    88.91    33,401,341   11.09   301,166,776    79.33%       57,163 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
   8     Jo Harlow       263,310,946    87.43    37,855,546   12.57   301,166,492    79.33%       57,447 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
   9     Tony Rice       251,678,500    83.57    49,486,733   16.43   301,165,233    79.33%       58,706 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
   10   Marc Ronchetti   300,574,717    99.80       588,670    0.20   301,163,387    79.33%       60,552 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
   11    Roy Twite       267,620,064    88.88    33,480,216   11.12   301,100,280    79.31%      123,659 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                   of Jennifer 
   12    Ward            300,697,769    99.85       459,253    0.15   301,157,022    79.33%       66,917 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Re-election 
                                                       of 
                                                     Andrew 
   13   Williams         284,155,649    94.35    17,011,231    5.65   301,166,880    79.33%       57,059 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                 Re-appointment 
   14    of Auditor      299,530,803    99.47     1,592,144    0.53   301,122,947    79.32%      100,992 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                  Remuneration 
   15    of Auditor      300,681,877    99.85       444,021    0.15   301,125,898    79.32%       98,041 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                   Authority 
                                                    to allot 
   16    shares          294,564,439    97.81     6,590,482    2.19   301,154,921    79.33%       69,017 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                   Authority 
                                                    to make 
                                                   political 
   17   donations        292,781,368    97.23     8,343,991    2.77   301,125,359    79.32%       98,280 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                 Disapplication 
                                                 of pre-emption 
   18   rights           298,466,323    99.11     2,685,981    0.89   301,152,304    79.32%       71,435 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                   Additional 
                                                 disapplication 
                                                 of pre-emption 
   19   rights           292,226,899    97.04     8,925,505    2.96   301,152,404    79.32%       71,535 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                   Authority 
                                                   to purchase 
   20    own shares      295,479,918    98.44     4,688,007    1.56   300,167,925    79.07%    1,056,014 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
                                                   Notice of 
                                                    general 
   21   meetings         278,838,624    92.59    22,330,739    7.41   301,169,363    79.33%       54,576 
       ---------------  ------------  -------  ------------  ------  ------------  --------  ----------- 
 
 
                                     * Includes discretionary votes. 
                    ** A vote withheld is not a vote in law and is not counted in the 
                          calculation of the votes for or against a resolution. 
                     During 2020/21, the Remuneration Committee consulted extensively 
                    with Halma's largest shareholders, proxy advisors and shareholder 
                   representative organisations on the proposed Directors' Remuneration 
                      Report (Resolution 3) and the proposed Directors' Remuneration 
                                          Policy (Resolution 4). 
 
                     The Board was pleased to note that 92.88% of shareholders voted 
                 in support of the proposed Directors' Remuneration Report. Accordingly, 
                      the fiscal year 2022 salary change noted in the report will be 
                    implemented by the Remuneration Committee with effect from 1 June 
                                                  2021. 
 
                      The Board was also pleased to note that 60.18% of shareholders 
                     voted in support of the proposed Directors' Remuneration Policy, 
                   the first substantial change for six years. Accordingly, the Policy 
                     will take effect for three years from fiscal year 2022 and will 
                              be implemented by the Remuneration Committee. 
 
                    The Board acknowledges that some shareholders did not support the 
                  Policy, in part due to the impact of concurrent increases in Executive 
                  Director salaries, the potential Bonus maximum award and the potential 
                Long Term Incentive Plan (LTIP) maximum award, with 39.82% of shareholders 
                                       voting against Resolution 4. 
 
                   The Board will engage with shareholders in relation to these matters 
                    in the coming months. As part of this consultation, the Board will 
                     seek to fully understand the reasons behind these votes against 
                      and will provide an update in accordance with the UK Corporate 
                     Governance Code within six months of the Annual General Meeting. 
 
                    A copy of the resolutions passed at the AGM other than resolutions 
                  concerning ordinary business will shortly be available for inspection 
      via the National Storage Mechanism at: https://data.fca.org.uk/#/nsm/nationalstoragemechanism 
                                      For further information, please 
                                                  contact: 
 
                                               Mark Jenkins 
                                        Company Secretary, Halma plc 
                                          Tel: +44 (0)1494 721111 
 
 
                                               About Halma 
                   Halma is a global group of life-saving technology companies, focused 
                  on growing a safer, cleaner and healthier future for people worldwide. 
                   Our innovative products and solutions address many of the key issues 
                   facing the world today. We operate in three sectors: Safety, Medical 
                    and Environmental & Analysis. We employ over 7,000 people in more 
                   than 20 countries, with major operations in the UK, Mainland Europe, 
                      the USA and Asia-Pacific. We target global niche markets where 
                      sustainable growth and high returns are supported by long-term 
                    drivers. Halma is listed on the London Stock Exchange and has been 
                           a member of the FTSE 100 index since December 2017. 
 

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