As a shareholder, you own shares in a company but are too busy to attend shareholder meetings. You can cut down on how many emails you get by signing a shareholder waiver. This means you're choosing to not be notified of a specific meeting. Maybe you'll be out of town and want to keep work-related notices to a minimum. Or maybe you just want to save paper. In either case, sign a Shareholder Waiver.
If you get hard copy notifications of shareholder meetings, and are sick of throwing them away, you should sign a Shareholder Waiver. Or, maybe you already have the entire year's shareholder meetings on your calendar. The company you've invested in is required to notify all shareholders of meeting. It doesn't matter if an annual meeting calendar has already been shared. But if you'd rather keep notifications to a minimum, you can opt out. A Shareholder Waiver can give you the power to say, "No thanks," for shareholder meetings.
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