341. Representation of corporations at meetings

(1) If a corporation (whether or not a company within the meaning of these Regulations) is a member of a company, it may by resolution of its directors or other governing body authorise a person or persons to act as its representative or representatives at any meeting of the company.
(2) A person authorised by a corporation is entitled to exercise (on behalf of the corporation) the same powers as the corporation could exercise if it were an individual member of the company.

Where a corporation authorises more than one person, this subsection is subject to subsections (3) and (4).
(3) On a vote on a resolution on a show of hands at a meeting of the company, each authorised person has the same voting rights as the corporation would be entitled to.
(4) Where subsection (3) does not apply and more than one authorised person purports to exercise a power under subsection (2) in respect of the same shares—
(a) if they purport to exercise the power in the same way as each other, the power is treated as exercised in that way, and
(b) if they do not purport to exercise the power in the same way as each other, the power is treated as not exercised.