The Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of CRH plc will be held at 11.00 a.m. on Thursday, 29 April 2021.
The well-being of Shareholders and our people is a primary concern for the Board and we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and any advice by the Government of Ireland in relation to the pandemic. If the current (or similarly extensive) restrictions relating to COVID-19 are in force at the time of the AGM, the Company will be required to hold the AGM as a closed meeting (i.e. not generally open to the public). For this reason, the CRH Board encourages all shareholders to vote by proxy by appointing the chairman of the meeting as their proxy to vote on their behalf. Further details on how shareholders holding shares in certificated form may appoint a proxy electronically are set out under the “Electronic Voting” tab below. Further details on how Shareholders holding shares in uncertificated form can vote electronically at the 2021 AGM are set out in the document titled “Proxy Voting – Important Information” which can be accessed via the link below.
Continued shareholder engagement remains important to the CRH Board and, accordingly, a link to a live audiocast of the AGM will be made available to shareholders on this webpage in advance of the AGM. Detailed instructions on how to access the audiocast and how to submit questions remotely are set out in the notes to the Notice convening the AGM which can be accessed via the link below.
Any update announcements regarding the AGM in the context of the evolving COVID-19 situation will be made available on this webpage.
Shareholders holding shares in certificated form may lodge a proxy form for the AGMs electronically by accessing Signal Shares, the online share portal provided by the Registrars. You can register for Signal Shares (if you have not done so previously) by logging on to www.signalshares.com, selecting CRH plc and clicking on the ‘Register an Account’ option. Please note, you will need to enter your Investor Code (IVC) (found on your share certificate and other documents issued by the Registrars), your Eircode (if applicable) or UK Postcode and name as part of the registration process.
Details on how Shareholders holding shares in uncertified form can vote electronically at AGMs are available here.