Hudson approves shareholder written resolution
Hudson announced the approval of a shareholder written resolution that adopts new bye-laws of the company. The new bye-laws make certain amendments to the company's bye-laws which, among other matters, permit the appointment of one or more deputy chairman of the board. The text of the new bye-laws has been furnished to the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission. The shareholder written resolution was passed when it was signed by registered shareholders who as of July 31 held a simple majority of the total voting rights of all issued and outstanding shares of the company, provided such majority included at least one shareholder holding Class B common shares of the company. Subject to the adoption of the new bye-laws, the board has appointed James Cohen, a member of the board, as an additional deputy chairman of the board. In addition, the board has appointed Joaquin Moya-Angeler Cabrera to be a member of the nomination and remuneration committee.