Triple Point Social Housing faces shareholder dissent over chair and directors re-election

AGM results

Cristian Angeloni
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Triple Point Social Housing REIT (SOHO) has faced some shareholder dissent on five resolutions at its annual general meeting today (17 May).

Resolutions to re-elect four directors received 18.6% of votes against each, regarding chair Christopher Phillips, Ian Reeves, Peter Coward and Tracey Fletcher-Ray. Cecily Davis was the only director who did not face the same objections, as her re-appointment was passed with 97.3% of votes in favour. Triple Point Social Housing eyes portfolio sales to resume share buybacks Additionally, around 21% of investors voted against a resolution to dis-apply pre-emption rights "up to a further 5% in connection with an acquisition or specified capital investment". In a stock exchange noti...

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