Lucid (LCID)

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In last year of SEC filings
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
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Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
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Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
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UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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AgricultureAirCarbonCarbon EmissionsCarbon NeutralCleanClean Air ActClimateClimate ChangeCoalElectrificationEmissionEnergy EfficiencyEnergy StorageEnvironmentEnvironmentalEnvironmental ProtectionFossil FuelFuel EfficiencyGreenGreen BondGreenhouse GasHazardIntensityLand useMaterialsNatural GasNatural ResourcesNatureOceanOffsetOilPackagePandemicPetroleumPlanetPollutantPollutionRaw MaterialsRecycleRecycledRecyclingRenewableResiliencySoilSolarWasteWastewaterWaterZero EmissionAccessAfrican AmericanAsianBenefitsBlackCalifornia Consumer Privacy ActCollective BargainingCommunityCultureCustomerCyberCybersecurityData PrivacyData SecurityDeathDemographicDisabilityDiversityDiversity and InclusionEmployeeEmployee Resource GroupEmployee TrainingEngagementEthnicityGenderGeneral Data Protection RegulationHealth and SafetyHealth CareHireHiringHispanicHuman CapitalHuman ResourcesIncidentInjuriesInjuryLabor ConditionLatinxLGBTQMinorityOvertimePay for PerformancePerquisitesPrivacyProduct QualityRecallRecruitRecruitmentReimbursementRetentionRetirementSafetySatisfactionSkillSkilledSkillsSocialSocietyStakeholderSupplierSupply ChainSupply Chain ManagementTalentTrainingUnionUnionizedWomenWorkersWorkforceWorkplace SafetyAnti-corruptionAntitrustAssessmentAssuranceAuditBonusBriberyClassifiedClassified BoardClawbackCommitmentConflict of InterestCorporate GovernanceCorporate PurposeDepartment ofESGEthicsExecutive CompensationExpertFraudGoalsGovernanceHedgingIncentiveIncentivizeIndependenceIndependentInnovateInnovationInnovativeInvestigationLawsuitLeadershipLitigationLong-termMajorityMateriality AssessmentMissionOverseeOversightPerquisitePlaintiffPledgingProcurementPurposeQuality StandardR&DRecoupReputationReputationalReputational RiskResearch and DevelopmentResponsibilityResponsibleSelf-evaluationSpecial MeetingStewardshipStrategySustainabilitySustainableTargetsTaxTransparencyVoting Rights
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Proxy contests and exempt solicitations in last 3 years

No recent proxy contest or exempt solicitation filings from shareholders.

Vote support at last AGM

The Company held its Annual Meeting on June 9, 2022. Proxies for the Annual Meeting were solicited pursuant to Regulation 14A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. At the close of business on April 12, 2022, the record date for the Annual Meeting, there were 1,667,235,197 shares of Common Stock outstanding and entitled to vote.

At the Annual Meeting, the Company’s stockholders voted on the following five proposals, each of which is described in more detail in the Proxy Statement. The number of votes cast with respect to each proposal was as indicated below:

1.Election of Directors. The following nine nominees were elected to serve as directors until the Company’s 2023 annual meeting of stockholders and until their successors are duly elected and qualified, subject to earlier resignation or removal, based on the following results of voting:

Nominee Votes For Votes
Broker Non-
Turqi Alnowaiser 1,149,011,471 16,797,406 172,797,405
Glenn R. August 1,158,640,930 7,167,947 172,797,405
Nancy Gioia 1,164,173,137 1,635,740 172,797,405
Frank Lindenberg 1,154,546,580 11,262,297 172,797,405
Andrew Liveris 1,125,641,565 40,167,312 172,797,405
Nichelle Maynard-Elliott 1,163,780,084 2,028,793 172,797,405
Tony Posawatz 1,154,338,692 11,470,185 172,797,405
Peter Rawlinson 1,164,222,387 1,586,490 172,797,405
Janet S. Wong 1,164,003,867 1,805,010 172,797,405

2.Ratification of the Selection of the Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm. The ratification of the selection of Grant Thornton LLP as the independent registered public accounting firm for the Company for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022, was ratified based on the following results of voting:

Votes For Votes Against Abstentions Broker Non-Votes
1,333,052,235 3,619,398 1,934,649 N/A

3.Advisory Non-Binding Vote Regarding the Company’s 2021 Executive Compensation. The results of the advisory vote regarding the Company’s 2021 executive compensation as disclosed in the Proxy Statement were as follows:

Votes For Votes Against Abstentions Broker Non-Votes
1,150,517,587 14,011,579 1,279,711 172,797,405

4.Advisory Non-Binding Vote Regarding the Frequency of Future Stockholder Advisory Votes on Executive Compensation. The results of the advisory, non-binding vote regarding how frequently the Company’s stockholders will vote on the Company’s executive compensation were as follows:

One Year Two Years Three Years Abstentions Broker Non-Votes
1,145,130,222 863,359 1,815,905 17,999,391 172,797,405

5.Approval of the Amendment of the Lucid Group, Inc. 2021 Stock Incentive Plan. The amendment of the Lucid Group, Inc. 2021 Stock Incentive Plan was approved, based on the following results of voting:

Votes For Votes Against Abstentions Broker Non-Votes
1,121,261,133 42,980,275 1,567,469 172,797,405

In light of the voting results for Proposal No. 4 as disclosed above and the Company’s Board of Directors’ recommendation that the Company hold an advisory non-binding vote on the compensation of the Company’s named executive officers every year, the Company will hold an advisory non-binding vote on the compensation of the Company’s named executive officers every year until the next required advisory non-binding vote on the frequency of the advisory non-binding vote on the compensation of the Company’s named executive officers.