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2018 AGM Voting

There follows a summary of votes cast at Physiomics 2018 Annual General Meeting held on 20th November 2018 at Physiomics Registered Office, The Magdalen Centre, Oxford Science Park, Oxford, OX4 4GA.

The following were present at the meeting:

  • Dr Paul Harper, Chairman and member
  • Dr Jim Millen, CEO and member
  • Dr Christophe Chassagnole, COO and member
  • Three other members who were duly identified and admitted to the meeting
  • Anthony Clayden, Company Secretary
  • Liz Grundy, Registrar (Link)

A summary of the resolutions put before the Meeting and the votes cast is set out below.  The full wording of the Resolutions can be found in the Notice of AGM published on the Physiomics website on 15th October 2018.

Resolution 1; an ordinary resolution to approve the annual accounts for the year ended 30th June 2018

All Members present voted in favour of the resolution.  Proxy votes cast in respect of this resolution were as follows:

  • In favour: 878,427
  • Against: 0
  • Withheld: 82,716

Resolution 2; an ordinary resolution to re-appoint Dr Paul Harper as a Director of the Company as set out in the Notice.

Dr Paul Harper recused himself from the vote.  All other Members present voted in favour of the resolution.  Proxy votes cast in respect of this resolution were as follows:

  • In favour: 577,548
  • Against: 382,866
  • Withheld: 729

Resolution 3; an ordinary resolution to approve the re-appointment of the auditors Shipley LLP who have expressed willingness to continue in office.

All Members present voted in favour of the resolution.  Proxy votes cast in respect of this resolution were as follows:

  • In favour: 880,993
  • Against: 150
  • Withheld: 80,000

Resolutions 4 and 5 were voted on by poll combining those votes received by proxy and those votes cast by members attending the meeting.

Resolution 4; an ordinary resolution to allot shares in the Company up to a maximum aggregate nominal amount of £143,821 representing 35,955,197 Ordinary shares of 0.4p in the ordinary capital of the Company.

The results of the poll vote were as follows:

  • In favour: 4,009,241 (86.27%)
  • Against: 638,052 (13.73%)
  • Withheld: 24,147

Resolution 5; a special resolution that the directors be empowered to allot equity securities for cash pursuant to the authority conferred by Resolution 4, in the circumstances described in the Notice of Meeting, without having to go through the statutory pre-emption procedures.

The results of the poll vote were as follows:

  • In favour: 3,881,908 (83.58%)
  • Against: 762,669 (16.42%)
  • Withheld: 26,863