Remote Monitored Systems plc (LON:RMS) has announced that the likely date for its annual general meeting will be delayed until late July 2021. This is in response to the recent government announcement regarding a delay in lifting the current COVID restrictions and as a result, the AGM will be held after 19 July when it is hoped that attendance will no longer need to be restricted. The Board is keen that shareholders are offered an opportunity to attend the AGM, should they so wish; when the Board intends to present the Company’s strategy.
The Company has sought and received an extension to the timing of its AGM, which, under the Companies Act 2006, would usually have to be held by the end of June. Accordingly, the Company now has until 30 September 2021 to hold its AGM however, the Company is keen to proceed with the proposed name change and re-branding and hence has no wish to delay the AGM, when the proposed name change will be put to shareholders, much beyond the end of July.
Remote Monitored Systems plans to hold the general meeting to approve the disposal of Gyrometric Systems Ltd (“GM”) on the same day as the AGM.
The annual report for the year to December 2020, notice of AGM and notice of GM will be sent to shareholders prior to the end of June.