Annual General Meeting 2020




Are you a CIMSPA member? Join us at our AGM and find out more about our work and progress in the last year.

The CIMSPA AGM 2020 will be held on/at:
DATE: 2:00pm to 4:00pm on the 16 September 2020
VENUE: Remote, Zoom

Please find below the meeting agenda.

In order to be quorate, a minimum of thirty members must attend the AGM. There is one resolution to be passed at the AGM, the appointment of an elected board trustee. The voting for this resolution will take place between the 4th and 14th September, with the announcement of the results issued at the AGM. In matters of resolutions a simple majority will pass the resolution.

If you would like to attend this meeting please register your interest using the form below:
Once you have registered, we will send you an invitation to the Zoom webinar. If you do not have Zoom installed, when you click the link to join you will be prompted to install it. Follow the onscreen instructions to do so. On the day of the webinar, you will be able to click on the link in your invitation and join the Annual General Meeting at 2:00pm. 

Apologies for absence can be emailed to info@cimspa.co.uk and will be recorded in the appropriate manner.

Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you on the 16 September.

Voting opens 4 September


Calling notice and agenda (Download)


Document AGM 2020 Calling notice and agenda

CIMSPA AGM 2019 minutes (Download)


Document CIMSPA AGM 2019 Minutes


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