Notice of 2020 regular meeting of stockholders June 18, 2020

08:00 AM May 28, 2020

The 2020 Regular Meeting of the Stockholders of San Miguel Brewery Inc. (“Company”) will be held on June 18, 2020Thursday, at 2:00 P.M., and will be conducted virtually and streamed live through www.sanmiguelbrewery.com.ph/smb2020asm, which is also accessible through the Company’s website.


The Agenda of the Meeting is as follows:

1.       Call to Order


2.       Certification of Notice and Quorum

3.       Approval of the Minutes of the Annual Stockholders’ Meeting held on May 28, 2019

4.       Presentation of the Annual Report

5.       Ratification of Acts and Proceedings of the Board of Directors and Corporate Officers

6.       Appointment of External Auditors and Ratification of External Auditor Fees

7.       Election of the Board of Directors

8.       Other Matters


9.       Adjournment

The full version of the Company’s Definitive Information Statement (SEC Form 20-IS) with its annexes, including the Management Discussion and Analysis of Financial Position and Financial Performance and 2019 Audited Consolidated Financial Statements may be accessed through the Company’s website, www.sanmiguelbrewery.com.ph. Only stockholders as of the record date of May 20, 2020 are entitled to this notice, attend and/or vote at the meeting.

In light of the current CoVID-19 situation in the country, the Company will not hold a physical meeting and will instead conduct the meeting virtually through livestreaming. Stockholders can therefore only attend the meeting by remote communication, by voting through the sending of ballots, or by appointing the Chairman of the meeting as proxy. Stockholders intending to attend the meeting by remote communication should notify the Company by email to [email protected] no later than June 11, 2020.

The procedures for attending the meeting through remote communication and voting, and the brief explanation of the agenda items are in Appendix 1 of this notice posted on the Company’s website. The draft minutes of the Company’s 2019 annual stockholders’ meeting is also posted on the Company’s website. Questions and comments may be sent by email to [email protected].

Duly accomplished ballots or proxies shall be submitted on or before June 8, 2020 to the Office of the Corporate Secretary, San Miguel Brewery Inc., 5/F, San Miguel Head Office Complex, No. 40 San Miguel Avenue, Mandaluyong City, or by email to [email protected]. Validation of ballots and proxies will be on June 11, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Office of the Corporate Secretary. The sample form of the ballot/ proxy is provided with the Definitive Information Statement and may also be downloaded at the Company’s website.

The Company’s annual report (SEC Form 17-A) and first quarter interim and unaudited financial statements with the Management Discussion and Analysis of the Company’s first quarter results of operations and financial condition (SEC Form 17-Q) shall be posted on the Company’s website at least five (5) business days prior to June 18, 2020, and shall likewise be disclosed through the Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp.’s website together with the Definitive Information Statement. The Company’s amended Definitive Information Statement containing the SEC Form 17-Q for the first quarter of 2020 shall also be posted on the Company’s website at least five (5) business days prior to June 18, 2020. Upon the written request of the stockholder and when circumstances permit, the Company shall provide such stockholder with a copy of the said reports free of charge.

Rosabel Socorro T. Balan
Corporate Secretary

For full details, please visit: www.sanmiguelbrewery.com.ph

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