Shareholders have as many votes as they have shares with voting rights (one VINCI share = one vote). People who are unable to attend a shareholders meeting in person can choose to vote in one of three ways identified on the notice form:
1) Postal vote:
Blacken the box beside “I wish to use the postal voting form”
2) Proxy to the Chairman:
You can give your proxy to the Chairman by dating and signing the form without completing the rest of the form. This means you will be voting in favour of all the draft resolutions presented by the Board of Directors and opposing any draft resolutions that could be presented by shareholders and that are not approved by the Board.
3) Proxy to your spouse or another shareholder:
To give your proxy to a third party, you must put a cross in the relevant box and give the full name of the person you wish to appoint as your proxy.