Nintendo’s 80th General Meeting of Shareholders is on June 26th, COVID-19 measures implemented


Details surrounding Nintendo’s 80th annual General Meeting of Shareholders have surfaced on the official Nintendo Japan website and, as expected, there are some strict rules in place due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Nintendo has also confirmed that it will be taking place on June 26th at their headquarters in Kyoto. As well as the meeting being shortened, attendees are urged to vote online or via mail. Here are the measures that are being implemented to help keep the attendees safe:

1. The meeting will be shortened overall, including the number of questions allowed to be asked by the audience
2. Less total participants will be permitted, and the number of seats will be reduced
3. AGM merchandise will not be distributed
4. Wearing face masks is a requirement for all attendees
5. Anyone that appears unwell will be turned away, and will not be allowed into the building
6. All voting by the shareholders is recommended to be done online or by mail-in
7. Measures are subject to change, and all new information will be provided on the Nintendo investor relations webpage

Here’s the agenda:

Meeting Agenda:
Matters to be reported:
1. The Business Report, Consolidated Financial Statements for the Company’s 80th Fiscal Year (April 1, 2019-March 31, 2020) and results of audits by the Accounting Auditor and the Audit and Supervisory Committee of the Consolidated Financial Statements
2. Non-Consolidated Financial Statements for the Company’s 80th Fiscal Year (April 1,2019-March 31, 2020)

Proposals to be resolved:
No. 1: Distribution of Surplus
No. 2: Election of Five Directors (excluding Directors who are Audit and Supervisory Committee Members)
No. 3: Election of Four Directors who are Audit and Supervisory Committee Members

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  1. I miss seeing articles (and videos) about Shigeru Miyamoto. It seems like such a long time since I’ve heard anything about him. Even in the Directs, he never seems to appear anymore (not since Iwata passed away). Sometimes it feels like he retired or something.

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