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Notice is hereby given that the thirtieth ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of The Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund (CIOB Assist) will be convened on Wednesday 20th July 2022, CIOB Offices, 1 Arlington Square, Bracknell RG12 1WA (and via Microsoft Teams) at 10:30 for the purposes set out below.

By order of the CIOB Assist Board
Emma McKay, CIOB Assist Manager
June 2022

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AGM Agenda
  1. Notice convening the meeting.
  2. Apologies for absence.
  3. To confirm the Minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held on 29th June 2021 (see note 1, below).
  4. To consider the Report of the Directors and Trustees for the year ended 31st December 2021.
  5. Any other business.
  6. Date of the next Annual General Meeting.
Note 1

Minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held on 29th June 2021, along with the 2021 Report of the Directors & Trustees, are available via download in advance of the AGM.

Note 2
Any member wishing to attend the AGM via Microsoft Teams on 20th July at 10:30, is asked to contact Emma McKay: at least 24 hours prior to the AGM, and provide an email address for receiving joining instructions.

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