2. Important resolutions
1 A resolution by the general meeting requires at least two-thirds of the voting rights represented and an absolute majority of the nominal value of shares represented for:
2 Provisions of the articles of association which stipulate that larger majorities than those prescribed by law are required in order to make certain resolutions may themselves be introduced only with the planned majority.
3 Registered shareholders who did not vote in favour of a resolution to amend the company’s objects or to introduce shares with preferential voting rights are not bound by restrictions on the transferability of their shares imposed by the articles of association for six months following publication of such resolutions in the Swiss Official Gazette of Commerce.
1 Amended by No I of the FA of 4 Oct. 1991, in force since 1 July 1992 (AS 1992 733; BBl 1983 II 745).
2 Amended by Annex No I of the FA of 30 Sept. 2011 (Securing Stability in the Financial Sector), in force since 1 March 2012 (AS 2012 811; BBl 2011 4717).
3 SR 952.0
4 Amended by No I 3 of the FA of 16 Dec. 2005 (Law on Limited Liability Companies and Amendments to the Law on Companies limited by Shares, Cooperatives, the Commercial Register and Business Names), in force since 1 Jan. 2008 (AS 2007 4791; BBl 2002 3148, 2004 3969.
III. Mesures préparatoires; procès-verbal
1 Le conseil d’administration prend les mesures nécessaires pour constater le droit de vote des actionnaires.
2 Il veille à la rédaction du procès-verbal. Celui-ci mentionne:
3 Les actionnaires ont le droit de consulter le procès-verbal.
1 Nouvelle teneur selon le ch. I de la LF du 4 oct. 1991, en vigueur depuis le 1er juil. 1992 (RO 1992 733; FF 1983 II 757).