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Podcast: Practicalities and pitfalls of convening an electronic General Meeting of Shareholders for Indonesian public companies

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03 August 2020

In this episode of G&R Airtime, we discuss the recently issued regulations relating to electronic General Meetings of Shareholders (e-GMS) in Indonesia, a matter of great interest to public companies given the current restrictions imposed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. 
To address some of the previous uncertainties relating to the process for holding an e-GMS and in light of the prevailing social distancing measures in place, the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK) issued two regulations following the outbreak of Covid-19: OJK Regulation No. 15/POJK.04/2020 and OJK Regulation No. 16/POJK.04/2020. In this podcast, we discuss:
  • The process for holding an e-GMS under the new regulations;
  • The practicalities of holding an e-GMS and what companies need to do in order to comply with the regulations;
  • The pros and cons of holding an e-GMS and some common obstacles that companies encounter; and
  • The role that legal advisors can play in ensuring companies are equipped with the knowledge and understanding in order to effectively hold an e-GMS.

This episode is delivered in English.

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