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Can I exercise my voting rights at a general meeting?

If you wish to exercise your voting rights in respect of any investments you hold, you should contact us on each occurance to request this. Please provide us with as much notice as soon as possible prior to the meeting and we will work on a best-endevours basis to exercise your vote on your behalf.                                 Further details will be provided on what is required at the time of each request. 

Submitted on 17th Nov 2017

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