By law shareholders cannot exercise their participation rights at general meetings unless they are entered in the share register.
By entering their name in this register, shareholders receive additional rights and simplify the administration of the shares they hold. The advantages of registration include the following:
- the shareholder receives legal participation rights at the AGM
- transfers of registered shares are recorded
- shareholder data is actively managed
- the invitation to the AGM is sent directly to the shareholder along with the agenda.
Entry in the share register
Shareholders with shares held in a Swiss Life safekeeping account can be entered in the share register as owner or beneficiary.
You can find the corresponding form beneath:
You can then exercise your voting rights at the next Swiss Life Holding Ltd AGM in person or by proxy.