The constitution of a company is a key governance document which governs the internal management of the company.

The Constitution is a binding legal agreement between the company, its directors and its shareholders. By becoming a shareholder in a company, you will be bound by its constitution.

The Constitution will typically include rules about:

  • shareholder rights and share classes

  • shareholder and directors meetings

  • the appointment, removal and power of directors

  • the process for amending a constitution

  • how shareholders can transfer shares

  • how directors and shareholders can make decisions about the company, including exists and capital raisings.

The company constitution will be available for you to review on the Birchal platform on the CSF opening date.

Key terms of the company Constitution will also be summarised in the CSF offer document which will be available for you to review on the Birchal platform on the CSF offer opening date.

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