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Philip Morris International (PM)

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On May 4, 2022, the Company held its Annual Meeting of Shareholders (“Annual Meeting”). There were 1,253,884,403 shares of Common Stock, constituting 80.89% of outstanding shares on the record date (March 11, 2022), represented in person or by proxy at the meeting. The matters voted upon at the Annual Meeting and the results of such voting are set forth below:


Proposal 1: Election of Directors of the Company.


NameForAgainstAbstainBroker Non-Vote
Brant Bonin Bough1,068,273,3488,160,0282,765,053174,685,974
André Calantzopoulos1,057,452,83019,279,6522,465,947174,685,974
Michel Combes952,502,192123,967,7992,728,438174,685,974
Juan José Daboub1,051,823,10124,796,2122,579,116174,685,974
Werner Geissler1,003,694,23772,773,5102,730,682174,685,974
Lisa A. Hook1,042,884,55033,851,6582,462,221174,685,974
Jun Makihara1,051,871,23324,779,6212,547,575174,685,974
Kalpana Morparia1,039,277,07637,404,1602,517,193174,685,974
Lucio A. Noto1,007,768,80757,261,06214,168,560174,685,974
Jacek Olczak1,070,136,5906,602,9352,458,904174,685,974
Frederik Paulsen1,070,930,3845,633,9892,634,056174,685,974
Robert B. Polet1,031,484,12045,056,5872,657,722174,685,974
Dessislava Temperley1,065,112,81211,534,3992,551,218174,685,974
Shlomo Yanai1,053,734,87822,885,4662,578,085174,685,974



All director nominees were duly elected.




















Proposal 2: Advisory Vote Approving Executive Compensation.


ForAgainstAbstainBroker Non-Vote
751,820,683322,282,8695,094,877174,685,974

The proposal was approved on an advisory basis.




Proposal 3: Approval of the Philip Morris International Inc. 2022 Performance Incentive Plan.




ForAgainstAbstainBroker Non-Vote
1,029,613,75045,308,3484,276,331174,685,974

The proposal was approved.




Proposal 4: Ratification of the Selection of PricewaterhouseCoopers SA as Independent Auditors for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022.


ForAgainstAbstain
1,241,673,4099,067,6103,143,384

The proposal was approved.




Proposal 5: Shareholder Proposal to Phase Out all Production of PMI's Health-Hazardous and Addictive Products by 2025.


ForAgainstAbstainBroker Non-Vote
15,491,5491,043,750,95019,955,930174,685,974

The proposal was defeated.