An annual general meeting (AGM) is a way for your company to present its financial statements (accounts) to shareholders (members). Shareholders can then ask questions about the health of your business. An AGM is therefore an important opportunity to address their concerns.
All companies in Singapore are required to hold AGMs.
The date of your company’s AGM is declared to ACRA when filing your company’s Annual Return on BizFile+.
Similarly, if your company is exempted from holding an AGM or has dispensed with the holding of AGM, you would need to submit the details when filing your company’s annual return.