General shareholders' meeting

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The general shareholders' meeting is the highest decision making body in the company in matters within its competence and represents all the partners. Its resolutions are binding on all shareholders. All shareholders who hold at least 10 shares are entitled to attend the general meeting.

In accordance with the provisions of the Spanish Capital Companies Law, Ercros has a regulation for the general shareholders' meeting. That regulation reinforces the shareholders' right to information and facilitate proxy voting and distance voting, and communication with and between the company's shareholders. General Meeting attendance fee policy