APPROVAL OF ALL RESOLUTIONS AT THE UBISOFT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
PARIS – July 05, 2022 – Ubisoft's Annual General Meeting was held on July 5, 2022 under the chairmanship of Mr. Yves Guillemot, co-founder and CEO, with a quorum of 72.4%.
The shareholders approved all the resolutions on the agenda with a minimum of 95%.
The shareholders notably voted on the resolutions authorizing the Board of Directors to grant free shares to employees as well as for the increase in share capital to the benefit of employees, which is instrumental in the Group's recruitment and retention policy.
The vote also led to the appointment of Claude France as independent director who will bring her expertise in technology, notably in cloud and online services as well as her experience working in international multi-cultural environments. With this appointment, the Board returns to an absolute majority of independent directors and reaches 45% women representation, in line with its commitments.
The complete results of the votes will be available on the Company's website under the heading "General Meeting”.
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