Annual General Meeting

Meat & Livestock Australia's 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre (TRECC), Greg Norman Drive Tamworth NSW at 3.30pm on 20 November 2019.

What is an AGM?

An AGM is a meeting of the members of a company. It must be held at least once in each calendar year, within five months of the end of the company’s financial year.

This year’s AGM forms an important part of MLA’s Red Meat 2019 event, which also includes farm tours, forums and a tradeshow. Further details will be uploaded to the MLA website shortly.

Who can attend MLA’s AGM?

MLA’s AGM can be attended by:

  • MLA members
  • any proxy, attorney or representative appointed by an MLA member
  • other persons permitted by MLA.

How can I vote at the AGM?

Your voting entitlement is based on the levies you paid in 2018-19.

Completing your levies notice (sent to members in July 2019) ensures you secure your full voting entitlement for any ballots and board elections held by MLA in 2018-19. Please send your Levy Notice back to MLA so that it is received before the deadline date of 23 September 2019.

What is the business of the 2019 AGM?

The business of an AGM may include:

  • the consideration of the annual Financial Report, Directors’ Report, Auditor’s Report and any resolutions
  • the election of directors
  • the appointment of the auditor
  • questions or comments from members about the management of the company.

The business for MLA’s AGM will be set out in the 2019 Notice of Meeting (to be sent as part of member AGM packs in October). This pack will also contain your Voting Entitlement and a proxy form.

If you would prefer to receive the AGM pack via email, please advise membership@mla.com.au by 23 September 2019.

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