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Michael Hill director fee boost proves controversial

Close to a quarter of eligible votes were cast against the resolution.

Michael Hill International continues to keep the hatches battened during economic uncertainty.

Kate McVicar Wed, 15 Nov 2023

A bid to increase the non-executive director remuneration pool at Michael Hill International by nearly $400,000 has drawn opposition from shareholders.

The dual-listed jeweller held its virtual annual meeting yesterday where more than 22% of eligible votes were cast against a resolution to increase

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Kate McVicar Wed, 15 Nov 2023
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