Lloyds TSB shareholders now have a quick and convenient means of appointing a proxy in advance of a c...
Lloyds has subsequently become the first major UK company to enable its shareholders to use the internet to appoint a proxy to vote on their behalf at company General Meetings.
The service is operational for the next Annual General Meeting on 18 April 2001.
Simon Davies, managing director of Lloyds TSB Registrars, said: "Internet technology is helping to change the face of shareholder voting and Lloyds TSB shareholders can now manage their holdings anytime, anyplace and anywhere."
Shareholders opting to receive information electronically will, in future years, receive electronic notification of the Lloyds TSB annual report and accounts and the Notice of Meeting.
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