As an Air Liquide shareholder, you have a number of shareholding options: direct registered, intermediary registered and bearer shares. Before buying shares, you should have a clear understanding of each option. Read on to learn about the key features.
This year again, the health context does not allow us to gather for the 2021 Annual General Meeting. It will therefore take place behind closed doors on May 4. It will not be possible to vote on the day of the Meeting, so we invite you to vote on the proposed resolutions before the event. Discover how in video!
On February 10, 2021, Air Liquide published its 2020 Annual Results. This is a highlight in the Group’s year and an opportunity for your magazine Stock & Share to take a closer look at this key moment for listed companies.
Dialogue and proximity are at the heart of Air Liquide’s relationship with its shareholders. On a daily basis under normal circumstances, as well as in this period marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Group makes every possible effort to preserve them.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, Air Liquide has reviewed the usual arrangements of the Annual General Meeting. It will be held behind closed doors on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. We therefore invite you to vote on the proposed resolutions beforehand as it will not be possible to vote on the day of the Meeting.
Each year, you must declare your income to the tax authorities, including investment income and any capital gains or losses on the disposal of your shares. Let’s take a look at the applicable tax treatment.
Are you a shareholder or would you like to become one? Several factors help make an equity investment profitable. Share price performance is not the only criterion to take into account: let’s see why with a closer look at Air Liquide shares.
If you are a direct registered shareholder, your personal online Account, accessible via the Shareholders section of the airliquide.com website, makes it easy to securely manage your Air Liquide share portfolio. Valentin Gauthier, Head of the “User Experience” project within Shareholder Services, provides a step-by-step guide on how to use it.