We rounded off our Junior Newbury Building Society activities for 2023 at Rush Common Primary School in Abingdon.
As a voting member, the AGM is your opportunity to influence how Newbury Building Society is run.
The 166th Annual General Meeting was held at Donnington Valley Hotel on Thursday 23 February 2023 at 11:00am.
By voting, members are able to decide who should be on the Society’s Board of Directors and also have their say on a number of resolutions.
|The results of the 166th AGM voting||In favour||Against||With abstentions||% in favour (excl. abstentions)|
|1. The Annual Report and Accounts 31 October 2022 are received and accepted by:||2,788||32||13||98.9%|
|2. Deloitte is appointed as the Society’s Auditor by:||2,695||104||33||96.3%|
|3.1 Lee Bambridge is re-elected by:||2,704||101||28||96.4%|
|3.2 Christine Brown is re-elected by:||2,721||86||26||96.9%|
|3.3 Phillippa Cardno is re-elected by:||2,722||91||20||96.8%|
|3.4 Darren Garner is re-elected by:||2,712||88||33||96.9%|
|3.5 William Roberts is re-elected by:||2,703||103||27||96.3%|
|3.6 Alistair Welham is re-elected by:||2,686||114||33||95.9%|
|3.7 Piers Williamson is re-elected by:||2,706||98||27||96.5%|
|3.8 Deborah Beaven is elected by:||2,723||72||37||97.4%|
|3.9 Nailesh Rambhai is elected by:||2,695||96||40||96.6%|
|4. The Directors’ Remuneration Report 31 October 2022 is approved by:||2,572||192||68||93.1%|
The Society donates 15p for every paper vote cast and 50p for every vote sent through the secure
website. This is split between the Society’s nine branch charity partners.
Following the results of the 166th AGM we will be donating £851.10.
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