UK - Three shareholder meetings are of significance in the week beginning May 6, according to corporate governance specialists Institutional Shareholder Services.
Lambert Howarth holds its agm on May 8. Lambert Howarth’s chief executive Garry Hogarth is a member of the company board’s remuneration committee. Clerical Medical owns 14% of the company, Schroder Investment Management 6.5% and Henderson Global Investors 3.3%.
Litho Supplies holds its agm on May 8. Litho Supplies’ CEO, M.J. Hammond, is a member of the company board’s remuneration committee. 3i Asset Management owns 12% of the firm, Legal & General Investment Management nearly 9% and M&G Investment Management 5%.
Psion holds its agm on May 9. Psion’s audit committee comprises two independent non-executive directors only. Threadneedle Asset Management owns nearly 9% of the IT firm, Capital International 6% and Northern Trust 5.4%.
By Luke Clancy
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