Published on : Thursday, October 26, 2017
The five resolutions proposed by the company were passed by shareholders. The three resolutions proposed by a shareholder were not passed. Full details of the polls conducted are set out below.
Justine Smyth was re-elected to the Board. She was first appointed a director of the company in 2012.
James Miller was re-elected to the Board. He was first appointed a director of the company in 2009.
Julia Hoare was elected to the Board.
The total quantum of Directors’ fees was increased by $27,353 from $1,502,647 to $1,530,000.
Deloitte was automatically reappointed as auditor under section 200 of the Companies Act 1993 and the Board was authorised to fix the fees and expenses of the auditor.
|Results of polls: Company Proposed Resolutions||For||Against||% in favour|
|1. To re-elect Justine Smyth||768,807,523||2,658,644||99.66%|
|2. To re-elect James Miller||765,841,867||5,206,763||99.32%|
|3. To elect Julia Hoare as a Director||769,970,027||1,471,005||99.81%|
|4. To increase the directors’ fees by $27,353 from $1,502,647 to $1,530,000||767,828,233||1,423,991||99.81%|
|5. To authorise the directors to fix the fees and expenses of auditor||766,424,555||5,067,469||99.34%|
|Results of polls: Shareholder Proposed Resolutions||For||Against||% in favour|
|6. To investigate ways that Jet A1 Fuel could be unloaded from a ship via pipeline to holding tanks on AIA grounds||1,522,123||769,013,654||0.20%|
|7. To investigate other areas of business due to forecast climate change||7,051,936||762,175,584||0.92%|
|8. To lobby the New Zealand Government to support the use of Debt-Free money as described in Notice of Meeting||705,001||770,240,319||0.09%|
Source:- Auckland Airport