2020 Annual General Meeting

The CBAA will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 26th November 2020, commencing at 5:30pm AEDT.

Given the current restrictions that have been introduced because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 AGM will be held as a virtual meeting. The CBAA has appointed Vero AGM who are independent voting and AGM service to manage the AGM. The Vero AGM portal will allow members to view the AGM, vote and ask questions.

Formal notice of meeting has been distributed to CBAA Members and is available here.

The notice of meeting includes the list of nominees and their information, constitutional changes being proposed by the Board of Directors and initial information on how to use the Vero AGM and voting portal.

AGM registration will open to the official representatives of CBAA members on or about Thursday 12th November. The registration process is being managed by Vero AGM – member representatives will get a personalised email directly from them with unique registration details.

Voting and proxy registration will also open at that time and will remain open until mid-way through the CBAA Annual General Meeting – when the successful candidates/outcomes will be announced.

Registration for guests is now available.

To register please click on this link and complete the form. (Anyone who is also a representative of a voting members should register their attendance following the instructions that have been sent to them by VeroAGM, not by using this guest link).


Update 26/11/2020

The CBAA Board has decided to withdraw the special resolution to amend the CBAA constitution submitted for consideration at the 2020 Annual General Meeting.

Whilst there is considerable support for the changes as demonstrated through the consultation process earlier this year, the Board agrees that the virtual nature of this years AGM will make it difficult for a robust debate with a range of diverse views on the substance of the proposals.

The CBAA will be back in touch with members in the new year around alternative processes to consider the proposed changes.


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