Annual General Meeting
Meat & Livestock Australia's 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held in Toowoomba, Qld on 19 November 2020.
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 2020 event, which also includes farm tours, forums and a tradeshow. To find out more or to register, visit: redmeat.mla.com.au
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.
What is the business of an AGM?
The 2020 business for MLA’s AGM is set out in the 2020 Notice of Meeting. The business to be considered includes:
- Item 1 - the consideration of the annual Financial Report, Directors’ report and the Auditor’s report for 2019-20
- Item 2 - the election of directors
- Item 3 - questions or comments from members about the management of the company.
How can I vote at the AGM?
Voting papers will be sent out to members in an AGM pack. If you can’t attend the AGM or want to vote before the day, submit your vote online at www.computershare.com.au/mlavoting
To register for the MLA AGM, you will need to present your membership card or your voting entitlement and proxy form at the registration table before the AGM commences at 3.30pm.