Every year, publicly listed companies hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM). They have to do this by law, so that the people who invest in the company can hold the people who run it to account.
Asking a question at an AGM is a powerful tool. It brings issues that matter directly to the attention of those at the very top of a company. What’s more, it does this in front of the rest of their shareholders, whose interests they are legally bound to represent.
The best part is, you don’t have to be a direct shareholder to ask a question at an AGM. Those who own shares can send others in their place, to ask questions on their behalf.
That’s where AGM activists come in. We bring ordinary people and shareholders together to ask the right questions. And each year, we make sure the issues that matter are brought directly to the top of the UK’s biggest companies.
AGM activists have attended hundreds of AGMs, and won some important victories. We are always on the lookout for new members – shareholders and non-shareholders alike – who we can support to make a difference.