Shareholders of Tullow Oil, Cal Bank and Stanchart will now be able to vote electronically through an internet base platform ahead of their Annual General Meetings.
This follows the introduction of an Electronic Proxy Appointment by registrars COMPUTERSHARE.
This means the shareholders might not necessarily need to be present, physically, at meetings to vote on motions tabled. This has been described as timely, especially for Ghanaian shareholders of Tullow Oil P.L.C whose AGM comes off in London next week.
Kofi Adomako, Country Manager of Compushare told Joy Business measures have been put in place to ensure the platform is secured.