337 Public companies [and traded companies]: notice of AGM
337 Public companies [and traded companies]: notice of AGM
Companies Act 2006 | Legislation

(1)     A notice calling an annual general meeting of a public company [or a private company that is a traded company] must state that the meeting is an annual general meeting.

(2)     An annual general meeting [of a public company that is not a traded company] may be called by shorter notice than that required by section 307(2) or by the company's articles (as the case may be), if all the members entitled to attend and vote at the meeting agree to the shorter notice.

[(3)     Where a notice calling an annual general meeting of a traded company is given more than 6 weeks before the meeting, the notice must include—