• Jiji


An increasing number of Japanese companies now allow shareholder voting rights to be exercised electronically in the run-up to shareholders meetings, to help facilitate efficient and effective communications.

According to ICJ Inc., a Tokyo Stock Exchange Inc. affiliate that operates a platform for the electronic execution of shareholder voting rights, 1,690 listed companies had participated in the ICJ platform by the end of March, marking a sharp increase of 469 from a year before and accounting for 44.9% of all companies listed on the TSE.

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