EOAGM stands for Extraordinary General Meeting. It is a meeting of the shareholders of a company that is called outside of the company’s usual schedule of meetings. An EOAGM may be called for a variety of reasons, such as to vote on a significant change to the company’s operations, to approve a major transaction, or to address an urgent issue.
EOAGMs are governed by the same rules as Annual General Meetings (AGMs), which means that they must be held in accordance with the company’s articles of association and the Companies Act, 2017 of Pakistan. Shareholders have the right to attend the EOAGM and to vote on any matters that are presented for consideration. If a shareholder is unable to attend the EOAGM in person, they may be able to participate by proxy, or by giving someone else the authority to vote on their behalf.