Remote Monitored Systems GM to held on 12 February 2021

Remote Monitored Systems plc (LON:RMS) has noted that a shareholder circular convening a general meeting of the Company has been posted to shareholders and will shortly be available on the Company’s website at: 

The Company is requesting approval for, inter alia, the issue of the Placing Warrants and Broker Warrants in connection with the Company’s Placing, announced on 18 December 2020.

The General Meeting will be held at 1:00 p.m. on 12 February 2021 at the offices of Pharm2Farm Ltd, BioCity Nottingham, Pennyfoot Street, Nottingham NG1 1GF, United Kingdom.

In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and with a view to taking appropriate measures to safeguard its Shareholders health and make the General Meeting as safe and efficient as possible, the Company is invoking certain of the meetings provisions in the Act and its Articles. For the purposes of the provisions of the Articles, the Company is designating the location of the meeting to be the place where the Chairman is located.  Please note, however, that voting will only be able to take place by proxy. No Shareholder will be allowed entry into the meeting.

Shareholders will be able to submit questions by emailing ahead of the General Meeting. Only questions in relation to the Resolutions or business of the General Meeting will be considered.

Unless otherwise indicated, all defined terms in this announcement shall have the same meaning as described in the Circular.

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