Investors Relations

Shareholder Section
    1. Gold NanoTech Inc. has been duly registered as a corporation under the provisions of the Companies Act followed by registration with the local tax authorities.
    2. In accordance with the Company Act, the total capital of Gold NanoTech Inc. has been divided into shares and the shareholders assume the responsibility of purchasing shares and electing three Directors, one President and one supervisor to a board of directors.
    Procedural Rules for Shareholder Meetings have been established and announced and regular shareholder meetings are conducted in accordance with these Rules.
  • 3. Procedural Rules for Shareholder Meetings
  • Article 1:
    Unless otherwise stated in the relevant laws and regulations, shareholder meetings of Gold NanoTech Inc. shall be in compliance with the following regulations.
  • Article 2:
    Gold NanoTech Inc. has an attendance book for shareholders to sign when attending shareholders' meetings.
  • Article 3:
    The number of attending shareholders shall be calculated according to the attendance cards in the attendance book. The number of attending shareholders and the votes shall be calculated based on the number of shares.
  • Article 4:
    The President shall serve as the chairman of the shareholder meeting if the meeting is convened by the Board of Directors. In case the Chairman is on leave or unable to exercise his/her rights, the President shall designate a proxy. If no proxy is appointed by the President, a proxy shall be elected from the Board of Directors. If the shareholder meeting is convened by a person who has the right to convene a meeting rather than by the Board itself, the convener shall be the chairman of the meeting.
  • Article 5:
    At the scheduled time of the meeting, the Chairman shall convene the meeting. However, the Chairman may announce postponement of the meeting if the number of shares represented by the attending shareholders is less than one-half of the total number of shares issued. Meetings shall not be postponed more than twice and the total delay shall not exceed one hour. In case the number of shares represented by the attending shareholders remains less than one-third of the total issued shares after two postponements, a tentative resolution may be announced in accordance with Paragraph 1, Article 175 of the Company Act. Before the meeting is adjourned, if the total number of shares represented by the attending shareholders has reached a majority, the Chairman may announce a tentative resolution according to the provisions of Article 174 of the Company Act and call for a revote.
  • Article 6:
    If the shareholders' meeting is convened by the Board of Directors, the agenda of such meeting shall be determined by the Board, and the meeting shall be scheduled according to a predetermined agenda and shall not be altered unless such change of agenda is approved by the shareholders' meeting. If the shareholders' meeting is convened by any other person having the right to convene the meeting rather than the Board of Directors, the provisions of the preceding paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis. The Chairman cannot announce adjournment of the meeting before the first two items on the scheduled agenda (including temporary motions) have been addressed and voted on. After a shareholders' meeting is adjourned, the shareholders may not appoint another Chairman to resume that meeting at the same location or at a new location.
  • Article 7:
    Before addressing the meeting, attending shareholders must first fill out a statement indicating a summary of speech contents, shareholder's account number (or attendance card number) and account name, and the order of speaking will be determined by the Chairman. An attending shareholder who submits a speech statement but does not speak is deemed a non-speaking shareholder, and if the content of the speech is different from that of the submitted speech statement, the content recorded in the speech statement shall prevail.
    Unless prior consent is obtained from the Chairman and the speaking shareholder, all other shareholders shall not interfere with the speech of a speaking shareholder, and the Chairman shall stop any shareholder who violates the above rules.
  • Article 8:
    Each shareholder can speak no more than two times on the same motion and for a maximum of five minutes each time except with the prior permission of the Chairman. In case the speech of any shareholder violates the preceding paragraph or is beyond the scope of the issues under discussion, the Chairman may stop the speech of such shareholder.
  • Article 9:
    A corporation can appoint only one proxy to attend a shareholders' meeting. When two or more proxies are appointed by a corporation to attend a shareholders' meeting, only one proxy is allowed to speak on the same motion.
  • Article 10:
    The Chairman may reply personally or designate specific personnel to reply to questions from attending shareholders.
  • Article 11:
    The Chairman may announce to stop discussion of a proposed motion and proceed to voting if he/she deems the matter under discussion to have progressed to a degree sufficient for making a decision.
  • Article 12:
    Vote counting staff and scrutineers shall be appointed by the Chairman, but scrutineers shall also be shareholders. The voting results shall be announced on site and shall be recorded.
  • Article 13:
    In addition to the provisions of the Company Act and the company's Articles of Association, motions proposed will be passed with agreement obtained from one-half of the shareholders in attendance. A motion shall be deemed adopted if there is no objection voiced and its effect is the same as voting.
  • Article 14:
    During the course of these meetings, the Chairman may announce breaks as necessary.
  • Article 15:
    A motion proposed by a shareholder and seconded by other shareholders will not be discussed and voted on if their total number of shares is less than one percent of the total issued shares.
  • Article 16:
    When there is an amendment or substitution for the same motion, the Chairman shall determine the order of voting. If one of the motions is passed, the other motions shall be deemed rejected and a re-vote is not required.
  • Article 17:
    The Chairman may request marshals (or security personnel) to assist in the maintenance of order, and marshals (security personnel) shall wear armbands to identify themselves as "marshals".
  • Article 18:
    Matters not covered by these rules shall be handled in accordance with the Company Act, the company's Articles of Association and relevant laws and regulations.
  • Article 19:
    These regulations and relevant amendments will be implemented after approval by the general shareholders' meeting.