Tuesday 11th July 2023
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We warmly invite you to join us for the Annual Meeting of Shareholders of Ryman Healthcare Limited (Ryman).
Shareholders have the choice to attend in person or virtually. If you are unwell or are in close contact with someone who is unwell, we request that you please do not attend the meeting in person.
Where: Philip Carter Family Concert Hall Auditorium The Piano 156 Armagh Street Christchurch
Virtual: Shareholders are also able to attend the Annual Meeting online via the Virtual Annual Meeting portal at virtualmeeting.co.nz/rym23
When: Thursday 27 July 2023 at 10am (NZT)
You are invited to join us after the meeting for refreshments.
Shareholders participating in the Annual Meeting virtually via the Virtual Annual Meeting portal will be able to vote and ask questions during the event. Please read the procedural notes below for further details.
Latest time for receipt of postal votes and proxy forms: 10am (NZT) on Tuesday, 25 July 2023.
Time for determining voting entitlements at the Annual Meeting: 5pm (NZT) on Tuesday, 25 July 2023.
1. Items of business
A. Interim Chair’s Address
B. Group Chief Executive Officer’s Address
C. To consider, and if thought fit, pass the following resolutions:
1. Auditor’s remuneration: That the directors of Ryman are authorised to fix the auditor’s remuneration for the ensuing year.
2. Re-election of Mr Dean Hamilton: That Mr Dean Hamilton (appointed as a director of Ryman by the board with effect from 1 June 2023) who retires and is eligible for re-election, is re-elected as a director of Ryman.
3. Re-election of Mr James Miller: That Mr James Miller (appointed as a director of Ryman by the board with effect from 1 June 2023) who retires and is eligible for re-election, is re-elected as a director of Ryman.
4. Re-election of Ms Paula Jeffs: That Ms Paula Jeffs, who retires by rotation and is eligible for re-election, is re-elected as a director of Ryman.
5. Re-election of Ms Claire Higgins: That Ms Claire Higgins, who retires by rotation and is eligible for re-election, is re-elected as a director of Ryman for a period of 18 months to assist with succession of the board.
Resolutions 1 to 5 above are to be considered as ordinary resolutions and, to be passed, require the approval of more than 50 percent of the votes of those shareholders entitled to vote and voting on the resolution. For more information on the resolutions, please see the Explanatory Notes.
3. Shareholder questions
By order of the board
Christchurch, 10 July 2023
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