Many listed companies are holding their AGMs. In my earlier posts, I have shared with readers some of the more important questions to ask in a stock company AGM. These questions are all the more important to be asked as an AGM is often seen as one of the not many platforms in which a retail investor can meet up, close and personal with the management of the stock company such as the Chairman, CEO, President, CFO, COO, Managing Director, Directors, General Managers, etc.

Though in my opinion, such questions are often replied with “standard answers”, it is still better for investors to ask the management for their “voices” to be at least heard by them.For instance, I once attended an AGM in which a retail investor charged to take the microphone and in gestures and demeanour fitting that of an angry and frustrated man, took the management to …