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Shareholder poll results for Auckland Airport

Media Release | 24 October 2013

Shareholder poll results for Auckland Airport


The annual meeting of shareholders of Auckland International Airport Limited was held at the Vodafone Events Centre today. All resolutions put to the meeting were passed by shareholders. Full details of the polls conducted are set out below.

Brett Godfrey was re-elected to the board. He was appointed a director of the company in 2010.

Sir Henry van der Heyden was re-elected to the board. He was appointed a director of the company in 2009.

Michelle Guthrie was elected to the Board. She was nominated by the Board to take office as a director following Joan Wither’s resignation at the annual meeting.

The total quantum of Directors’ fees was increased by $42,436.00 from $1,326,120 to $1,368,556.

Deloitte was automatically reappointed as auditor under section 200 of the Companies Act 1993 and confirmed as the company’s auditor. Directors were authorised to fix the fees and expenses of the auditor.

Results of polls: Resolution ForAgainst%
1. To re-elect Brett Godfrey 754,338,8182,955,27499.61%
2. To re-elect Sir Henry van der Heyden 753,792,5323,105,91199.59%
3. To elect Michelle Guthrie755,025,7782,180,73099.71%
4. To increase the Director’s fees by $42,436.00 from $1,326,120 to $1,368,556751,973,3384,859,55099.36%
5. To authorise the directors to fix the fees and expenses of the auditor. 753,318,6323,879,22399.49%

Note to media: These results of the shareholder polls taken at the 2013 Auckland Airport annual meeting have been counted by Link Market Services and scrutinised by the company’s auditor, Deloitte.

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