Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSa.L) shareholders are expected to vote on Friday to approve a plan to end the company’s dual share structure and move its headquarters to London from The Hague. The Anglo-Dutch company’s board members presented the plan in November. They said the simplification would strengthen Shell’s competitiveness and make share buybacks and paying dividends easier. The plan, which would see the company renamed Shell PLC, losing the ” Royal Dutch ” title it has had for more than a century, requires approval from 75% of votes cast at a meeting in Rotterdam. Board members will meet later to make a final decision, with the move planned for early 2022. The Rotterdam meeting began at 0900 GMT, with a vote due to take place after a question and answer session with the board. Critics say Shell’s decision was motivated in part […]