Important notice regarding attendance
covid-19 and the virtual annual general meeting

 

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Company has taken steps to ensure all shareholders can participate in the FY20 Annual General Meeting virtually online (via the link below) while maintaining their health and safety and abiding by Federal and State Government requirements and guidelines regarding COVID-19.

Shareholders will not be able to attend the meeting in person; however, the Company strongly encourages all shareholders to participate in the meeting via the online platform

 

FY20 Annual Report

Orocobre’s annual report which covers activities throughout FY20

Link to AGM webcast

Follow this link to join Orocobre’s FY20 Virtual Annual General Meeting

FY20 Notice of Meeting

Orocobre’s Notice of Meeting including Items of Business and Resolutions

Online Meeting Guide

Instructions for participating in the virtual AGM

 

For Assistance
If you require assistance before or during the meeting please call +613 9415 4024

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