InMode (NASDAQ:INMD) concluded its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders with significant outcomes as several critical proposals were brought to vote.

The meeting, which delineated the future direction of the company, saw the approval of key agendas, including the election and re-election of Class II directors.

Moreover, the shareholders ratified the re-appointment of Kesselman & Kesselman Certified Public Accounts as InMode's independent auditors for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2024.

In addition, the grant of 4,000 restricted share units to directors Dr. Hadar Ron and Dr. Michael Anghel under the company's 2018 Incentive Plan received approval.

These decisions underscore the shareholders' confidence in the company's leadership and governance framework.

However, not all proposals met with shareholder approval.

Among those rejected were the proposal to approve the updated Compensation Policy, the authorization for Mr. Moshe Mizrahy to continue serving as both the CEO and chairman of the board for an additional three years, and the acceleration of the vesting of 1,000 unvested Restricted Share Units for Mr. Bruce Mann.

This AGM marks a pivotal moment for InMode as it continues to navigate its strategic path forward, backed by the decisive input of its shareholders.