- the right to vote; especially the right of a common shareholder to vote in person or by proxy on the affairs of a company
- The Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson shall have the right to take part in the voting.
- Voting rights shall be calculated on the basis of all the shares to which voting rights are attached, even if the exercise of such a right is suspended.
- No member may hold more than one delegated voting right at a plenary session or specialised section meeting.
- the Director-General of Eurostat shall be an ex officio member of the Committee, without a voting right.
- No member may hold more than one delegated voting right at a plenary session or section meeting.
- The ECB shall publish in advance a list of the members of the Governing Council with a voting right on the ECB’s website.
- The silent partner had by law no voting right, and the market did not grant any remuneration for the silent partner's ‘waiving’ of the possibility of exercising influence.
- It would point out that the existence of a preferential right with regard to profitability offsets the limited voting rights at general meetings.
- the voting right of any new Member shall be determined in proportion to its contribution towards the total contributions to the activities of the IMI Joint Undertaking;
- ‘In order for the Governing Council to vote, there shall be a quorum of two-thirds of the members with a voting right.’
- Article 10.2 of the Statute of the ESCB provides that as from the date on which the number of members of the Governing Council exceeds 21, each member of the Executive Board will have one vote and the number of governors with a voting right will be 15. It also specifies the rules on the rotation of the voting rights.
- The only restriction which does apply lies in the fact that shares with a limited or conditional voting right, as in the case of preference shares, cannot account for more than half of the share capital .
- Any member of the Committee who is unable to attend a Committee session or a specialised section meeting may, after notifying the President concerned, delegate his voting right, in writing, to another member of the Committee or specialised section.
- Furthermore, the argument that, in the case of share capital investments, the waiving of a voting right must be compensated for by an additional remuneration could not be applied to a silent partnership.
- Any member of the Committee who is unable to attend a Committee session or a section meeting may, after notifying the president concerned, delegate his voting right, in writing, to another member of the Committee or section.