Morses Club AGM will take place on Tuesday 22nd September 2020

Morses Club PLC (LON:MCL), an established provider of non-standard financial services, has advised that, in advance of the Company’s Annual General Meeting, the Notice of 2020 Annual General Meeting has today been posted to shareholders.  

The Company publishes its documents for shareholders on its website, except where shareholders have specifically requested that hard copies are posted to them. The Notice of Annual General meeting is available online at: https://morsesclubplc.com/investors/key-corporate-documents.  Shareholders requesting a hard copy of the document should e-mail: investors@morsesclubplc.com.

The Company’s AGM will take place at 9.30am on Tuesday 22 September 2020. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the government’s guidance on social distancing, shareholders are not permitted to attend the AGM in person this year. Shareholders can however submit a proxy vote online at www.signalshares.com or through CREST.

Shareholders are able to submit questions ahead of the AGM, which the Company will endeavour to answer via e-mail or on its website. Shareholders wishing to submit questions should e-mail: investors@morsesclubplc.com 

As previously announced, the audit process for the Company’s FY20 results continues as the results will include the impact of Covid-19 on the impairment of the closing loan book as at 29 February 2020. Morses Club will update the market on the announcement date for its full year results in due course.

On the completion of the audit process and subsequent publication of the Annual Report, the Company will hold a further general meeting at which the audited accounts and other related matters will be laid before shareholders. Details of this meeting will be provided in due course.

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