2023 GENERAL SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING - REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION
Get to know the channels for requesting information
INFORMATION REGARDING THE HOLDING OF THE MEETING
In addition to the accessing the available Documentation, shareholders can ask questions about the Meeting through AVA, —the new Advanced Virtual Assistant— and through the OLS Shareholder's Club interactive system, which are in permanent operation on this corporate website.
You can also contact the Shareholder's Office through the free phone 900 100 019 (hours: Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RIGHT TO RECEIVE INFORMATION PRIOR TO THE GENERAL MEETING
Until midnight (24:00 hours) on 23 April 2023, shareholders can exercise their right to receive information prior to the General Shareholders’ Meeting by sending a request in writing to the Company in order to ask questions or request information or clarifications regarding:
The matters included in the agenda of the call to meeting.
The information accessible to the public that has been provided by the Company to the National Securities Market Commission since the holding of the last General Shareholders' Meeting, i.e. since 17 June 2022.
The audit reports regarding the separate and consolidated annual financial statements and directors' reports for financial year 2022.
Shareholders may exercise this right to receive information by:
- submitting their written request to the registered office (Plaza Euskadi número 5 - 48009 Bilbao),
- sending their written request to the Company by post, addressed to the Shareholder’s Office, or
- connecting to the following app and authenticating themselves with:
- a recognised electronic certificate (FNMT or DNIe) or their national identity document (DNI), and
- their OLA Shareholders’ Club password or their total number of shares (those held both as owner and co-owner).
RIGHT TO RECEIVE INFORMATION AT THE GENERAL MEETING
Shareholders and proxy representatives who attend the General Meeting remotely and whish to exercise the right to receive information must state so during the registration period and send the content of their presentation in writing through the application available in the Participation Portal until the start of the General Meeting, which is expected to take place on first call at 11:00 a.m. on 28 April.
Those wishing to attend in person may ask to make a presentation before the meeting by going to the Shareholder’s Office, which will be set up at the location where the General Meeting is held.
Persons with visual impairments may ask to receive the announcement of the call to meeting in Braille, access all preparatory documents for the Meeting in a format compatible with text-to-speech systems, and follow the General Meeting from this web page via an audio description.
Persons with hearing impairments can receive information from the Shareholder’s Office through video interpreters and follow the General Meeting from this web page via simultaneous interpreting into Spanish sign language.