If your company follows a calendar year end, your annual meeting is fast approaching. Make sure you’ll be ready (and in compliance) by assembling a comprehensive schedule of what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, and by whom it needs to be done.
This handy guide by Bowne, available by download or in hard copy by filling out a form on their website, will provide you with all of the information you need from the legal framework of the annual meeting to electronic delivery of your proxy statement to how to set a record date.
It’s never too late to start planning, so start now.
— Laurie Berman, email@example.com