Pensana Rare Earths to hold GM on 8 February 2021 to consider name change to Pensana plc

Pensana Rare Earths plc (LON:PRE) has advised that the Company will be holding a General Meeting at 09:00 (GMT) on 8 February 2021 to consider the change of name of the Company to Pensana PLC.

As a consequence of the continuing COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, the GM will be held as a closed meeting and, in accordance with the provisions of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, will not be held in a designated place.

Whilst shareholders will therefore not be permitted to attend in person, the Company will offer shareholders the option to listen to the formal business of the meeting remotely via a conference call/audio webcast. Dial-in details will be announced nearer to the GM and will also be available on the Company’s website at that time.  

However, despite being unable to attend the GM in person it is important that shareholders cast their votes by submitting a form of proxy and shareholders are therefore encouraged to appoint the Chairman of the Meeting as their proxy to vote on their behalf as any other proxy appointed will not be permitted to attend the meeting.

The notice of the GM, together with forms of proxy, has been sent today to registered shareholders.

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