Our ambition for RSA is to create a business capable of supporting best-in-class performance levels in each of our key regions (UK and Ireland, Scandinavia and Canada). We have simplified the business. We are also investing in the future and streamlining the cost base to build the foundations for attractive shareholder returns. Learn more about RSA's strategy for success
Shareholders will receive information from us such as the Annual Report and Accounts and announcements relating to significant changes in the business of the Company. We will also post this information on this website.
Shareholders can elect to receive email notifications of shareholder communications, including the availability of key company documents such as the Annual Report and Accounts, by registering at www.shareview.co.uk where you can also set up a bank mandate to receive dividends directly to your bank account and submit proxy votes for shareholder meetings.
Shareholders who haven't registered with Equiniti Shareview for email alerts will receive written notification of the availability of the Annual Report and Accounts on the Company’s website, or a paper copy of the Annual Report and Accounts or Annual Review. Shareholders can elect to receive a hard copy of the document if preferred by contacting Equiniti—however, to reduce the impact on the environment, and to ensure you receive updates as quickly as possible, we encourage our shareholders to elect to receive shareholder documents electronically.
Attending the Annual General Meeting
Ordinary shareholders of RSA are entitled to vote on some of the major decisions of the Company, typically made at Annual General Meetings (AGMs) or, from time to time, General Meetings (GMs).
The AGM is one of the main shareholder events in the year. At this meeting, the Company’s performance over the previous year is reviewed and shareholders have the opportunity to ask the directors questions relating to items on the meeting’s agenda and to vote on key issues.
GMs are convened to cover specific items which are outside the nature of the routine business considered at AGMs or which need to be decided at a time when no AGM is due to be held. Should it be necessary to hold a meeting, shareholders will be given at least 14 days’ notice.