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The bank said that in line with government directives on the restriction of large public gatherings in view of the COVID – 19 pandemic, the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has approved that the AGM be conducted through the use of proxies by Shareholders of the Bank. Shareholders are therefore advised to kindly select from the underlisted proposed proxies to represent them at the meeting:

  1. Mr. Asue Ighodalo
  2. Mr. Abubakar Suleiman
  3. Mrs. Temitayo Adegoke
  4. Brig. Gen E.E. Ikwue (Rtd)
  5. Sir Sunny Nwosu
  6. Mr. Mathew Akinlade
  7. Mr. Boniface Okezie
  8. Mr. Gbenga Idowu

Sterling said that the provisions on quorum for the meeting had been carefully considered with the above measures, as a quorum can be formed either by physical attendance or by proxy.

A proxy form is attached to the Annual Report and Shareholders who wish to appoint proxies should send soft copies of their duly executed forms to Pace Registrars via email at [email protected], not less than 48 hours before the time fixed for the meeting. The Bank shall bear the cost of stamp duties on the instruments of proxy.

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