How often are shareholder meetings held?

Under the articles of association, the board of directors is required to arrange a general meeting at least once a year. The purpose of this meeting is to conduct business, which may include appointing a board of directors, making important decisions regarding the organization and informing the shareholders of previous and future activities. Besides the ordinary general meeting, there can also be special meetings. These special meetings may occasionally occur at the request of both, shareholders and directors. The procedure of these meetings should be stipulated in the articles of association.

Related Questions

There are different types of shares. Which types can be issued? What are the differences?
Read More
The shareholders are the owners of the company. What can they do in this capacity?
Read More
To be able to start a BV, you have to fulfill the minimum capital requirements. How much is the minimum capital?
Read More
Share capital of a BV does not have to be paid in full immediately. However, it is recommendable to not wait too long. Why?
Read More
A share transfer restriction safeguards the private character of the BV. How?
Read More