By Dipo Olowookere
Seven companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) will hold their respective Annual General Meeting (AGM) this week.
The meeting will give an opportunity to shareholders of the organisations to interact with their boards and management on the previous financial year’s performance.
The coys having their yearly shareholders’ gatherings in the next five days are eTranzact International, Unity Bank, Royal Exchange, Total Nigeria, Studio Press Nigeria, Union Homes Real Estate Investment Trust Fund and Multiverse Mining and Exploration.
The first to have its AGM this week is Union Homes Real Estate Investment Trust Fund and it is slated for Wednesday, September 23, at the Ivory Victoria Island on Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos and the time is 11am.
The next day, Thursday, September 24, shareholders of five companies will be meeting at different parts of Lagos for their AGMs.
Business Post gathered that shareholders of Total Nigeria will be at the Panoramic Hall of Civic Centre, Victoria Island for their meeting by 11am, while shareholders of Studio Press Nigeria will be at Radisson Blu Hotel on Isaac John Street, Ikeja for their meeting at 11am.
Also, Royal Exchange shareholders will gather on Thursday at Operations Office, Royal Exchange Plc on Oshodi Apapa Expressway by Charity Bus stop, Oshodi at 10am for discussions, while Unity Bank shareholders will be at Plot 42, Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island for their AGM by 11am, with Multiverse Mining and Exploration shareholders meeting at the company’s head office on 262A Corporation Drive, Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, by 11am.
On Friday, September 25, at 12 noon, shareholders of eTranzact will meet at the Function Room, 4th Floor of Fortune Towers on Adeyemo Alakija Street, Victoria Island for their AGM.
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