EX-99.2 3 d939318dex992.htm EXTRAORDINARY REPORT Extraordinary Report

(Translation)

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Document Name:    Extraordinary Report
Filed with:    The Director General of the Kanto Local Finance Bureau
Filing Date:    June 17, 2015
Corporate Name:    Toyota Motor Corporation
Name and Title of Representative:    Akio Toyoda, President
Location of Head Office:    1 Toyota-cho, Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture
Telephone Number:    (0565)28-2121
Name of Contact Person:    Nobukazu Takano, Project General Manager, Accounting
   Division
Nearest Contact Location:    4-18, Koraku 1-chome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone Number:    (03)3817-7111
Name of Contact Person:    Hideki Fujii, General Manager, Media Relations
   Department, Public Affairs Division
Places of Public Inspection of the Extraordinary Report:   

Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.

(2-1, Nihonbashi Kabuto-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Nagoya Stock Exchange, Inc.

(8-20, Sakae 3-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya)

Fukuoka Stock Exchange

(14-2, Tenjin 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka)

Sapporo Securities Exchange

(14-1, Minamiichijo-nishi 5-chome, Chuo-ku,

Sapporo)


1. Reason for Filing

Toyota Motor Corporation (“TMC”) is filing this Extraordinary Report pursuant to Article 24-5, Paragraph 4 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and Article 19, Paragraph 2, Item 9-2 of the Cabinet Office Ordinance relating to the Disclosure of Corporate Affairs, Etc. to report the approval of resolutions at the FY2015 Ordinary General Shareholders’ Meeting (the “General Shareholders’ Meeting”) of TMC.

 

2. Description of Report

 

  (1) Date on which the General Shareholders’ Meeting was held:

 

       June 16, 2015

 

  (2) Details of the proposed resolutions voted on at the General Shareholders’ Meeting:

 

Proposed Resolution 1:    Distribution of Surplus
   a. Allocation of dividend assets and the total amount of dividends:
  

Payment of 125 yen per share of common stock

(Total amount of dividends:    393,351,703,875 yen)

  

b. Effective date of distribution of surplus:

June 17, 2015

Proposed Resolution 2:    Election of 12 Members of the Board of Directors
   It was proposed that the following 12 persons be elected as Members of the Board of Directors:
   Takeshi Uchiyamada, Akio Toyoda, Nobuyori Kodaira, Mitsuhisa Kato, Seiichi Sudo, Shigeki Terashi, Shigeru Hayakawa, Didier Leroy, Takahiko Ijichi, Ikuo Uno, Haruhiko Kato, and Mark T. Hogan.
Proposed Resolution 3:    Election of 4 Audit & Supervisory Board Members
  

It was proposed that the following 4 persons be elected as

Audit & Supervisory Board Members:

Masahiro Kato, Yoshiyuki Kagawa, Yoko Wake, and Hiroshi Ozu.

Proposed Resolution 4:    Election of 1 Substitute Audit & Supervisory Board Member
  

It was proposed that Ryuji Sakai be elected as a substitute Audit & Supervisory

Board Member.

Proposed Resolution 5:   

Payment of Bonuses to Members of the Board of Directors

   In consideration of the results for FY2015 and other factors, the 12 Members of the Board of Directors (excluding Outside Members of the Board of Directors) in office as of the end of FY2015 will be paid a total amount of 885,300,000 yen as bonuses.

 

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Proposed Resolution 6:    Partial Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation
   In accordance with the change in the scope of Members of the Board of Directors and Audit & Supervisory Board Members with whom limited liability agreements may be concluded, it was proposed the necessary amendments be made to the Articles of Incorporation.
Proposed Resolution 7:    Partial Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation and Delegation to Our Board of Directors of the Power to Determine Offering Terms in Connection with Issuance of Class Shares
   It was proposed that the amendments to the Articles of Incorporation pertaining to the establishment of Model AA Class Shares be made in order to enable TMC to issue such shares. In addition, pursuant to Articles 199 and 200 of the Companies Act, it was proposed that the power to determine offering terms for issuance of the shares be delegated to the Board of Directors.

 

  (3) Number of “affirmative votes,” “negative votes” or “abstentions” in respect of the resolutions described above, requirements for the approval of such resolutions and results of voting:

(Proposed by TMC)

 

Resolutions      

Number of      
affirmative      

votes      

   

Number of      

negative      

votes      

     Number of      
abstentions      
     Number of      
voting rights      
held by      
shareholders      
present at the      
meeting      
     Results of voting  
            

Ratio of      
affirmative      
votes      

(%)      

    

Approved/    

Disapproved    

 

Proposed Resolution 1

    26,170,261        12,564         35,076         26,423,343         99.04         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 2

                                                   

Takeshi Uchiyamada

    25,415,187        747,868         55,007         26,423,323         96.18         Approved   

Akio Toyoda

    25,925,553        237,707         54,815         26,423,336         98.11         Approved   

Nobuyori Kodaira

    25,792,638        323,428         102,003         26,423,330         97.61         Approved   

Mitsuhisa Kato

    25,796,627        319,519         101,922         26,423,329         97.62         Approved   

Seiichi Sudo

    25,796,762        319,384         101,923         26,423,330         97.62         Approved   

Shigeki Terashi

    25,796,887        319,260         101,921         26,423,329         97.62         Approved   

Shigeru Hayakawa

    25,780,974        335,159         101,936         26,423,330         97.56         Approved   

Didier Leroy

    25,779,931        336,208         101,929         26,423,329         97.56         Approved   

Takahiko Ijichi

    25,796,604        319,540         101,925         26,423,330         97.62         Approved   

Ikuo Uno

    24,577,285        1,602,497         38,284         26,423,327         93.01         Approved   

Haruhiko Kato

    26,012,945        186,510         18,622         26,423,338         98.44         Approved   

Mark T. Hogan

    22,809,624        3,375,122         33,318         26,423,325         86.32         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 3

                                                   

Masahiro Kato

    24,880,435        1,272,865         64,605         26,423,322         94.16         Approved   

Yoshiyuki Kagawa

    24,880,045        1,273,265         64,594         26,423,321         94.15         Approved   

Yoko Wake

    25,625,181        574,474         18,253         26,423,325         96.97         Approved   

Hiroshi Ozu

    26,174,046        25,546         18,333         26,423,342         99.05         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 4

    26,126,575        26,741         64,599         26,423,341         98.87         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 5

    26,027,161        153,240         37,527         26,423,334         98.50         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 6

    26,162,852        36,648         18,407         26,423,342         99.01         Approved   

Proposed Resolution 7

    19,873,477        6,308,936         35,380         26,423,323         75.21         Approved   

 

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Note:

  1.   

“Number of affirmative votes”, “Number of negative votes” and “Number of abstentions” include the aggregate affirmative votes, negative votes and abstentions, respectively, exercised in writing or by means of electronic transmission as well as affirmative votes and negative votes, respectively, exercised by shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting.

  2.   

“Number of voting rights held by shareholders present at the meeting” is the aggregate number of voting rights exercised in writing or by means of electronic transmission and the number of voting rights held by all shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting.

  3.   

The requirements for approval of each resolution are as follows:

For Proposed Resolutions 1 and 5, a majority vote of the shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting;

For Proposed Resolutions 2, 3, and 4, a majority vote of the shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting who hold shares representing in aggregate not less than one-third (1/3) of the voting rights of all shareholders who are entitled to vote; and

For Proposed Resolutions 6 and 7, not less than two-thirds (2/3) of the votes of the shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting who hold shares representing in aggregate not less than one-third (1/3) of the voting rights of all shareholders who are entitled to vote.

In addition, each number of voting rights held by shareholders present at the meeting includes the number of voting rights exercised in writing or by means of electronic transmission.

 

  (4) Reasons for not including certain voting rights held by shareholders present at the meeting in the number of voting rights:

 

    

The aggregate number of voting rights exercised prior to the General Shareholders’ Meeting and the voting rights which were confirmed by certain shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting to represent approval or disapproval of each of the proposed resolutions were sufficient to meet the requirements to approve all of the proposed resolutions. Accordingly, voting rights which were held by the shareholders present at the General Shareholders’ Meeting but for which approval or disapproval of each proposed resolution could not be confirmed were not counted.

 

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