Annual General Meeting (AGM)

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What is an AGM?
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a meeting for all members of the Society. It is an opportunity for our members to hear the board of directors report the Society’s activities for the previous year and for members to ask questions and express their views. All our members are formally invited to AGMs, and can vote on the resolutions presented at each AGM.

How to ask a question?
Members of the Society (or their proxies) are able to ask questions during the meeting. The Chairman, Chief Executive and other members of the Board will endeavour to answer as many of the questions as possible during the meeting.

How to appoint a proxy?
All members of the Society entitled to vote at General Meetings will receive a proxy form with the Notice of the AGM. This enables those not able to attend the meeting to appoint another person as their proxy to attend the meeting and to vote on their behalf. Many Members choose to appoint the Chairman of the meeting as their proxy but it can be anyone of the Member's choice. The proxy form must be received by the Society, in accordance with the Society's Articles of Association, at least 48 hours before the start of the AGM. This is explained in the form sent to members.