8 Retirement

The articles of association of a public company may make provision for the regular retirement and reappointment of directors, typically at the company’s annual general meeting. For example, the model articles for public companies provide that all the directors must retire from office at the first annual general meeting1. At every subsequent annual general meeting, certain directors must retire from office (although they may offer themselves for reappointment by the members). Directors who have been appointed (or reappointed) by the directors since the last annual general meeting or who were not appointed at one of the

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