Results of the BMC AGM 2022

Posted by Lucy Valerio on 19/05/2022

The results are in for the all-virtual 2022 BMC AGM, held on Wednesday 18 May 2022.

This was the third virtual AGM due to the pandemic.

The AGM was chaired by our President, Andy Syme, who gave a presentation along with: our new Chair, Roger Murray; our CEO, Paul Davies; and on the finance side, Iain Dickinson, chair of the Finance and Audit Committee.  Their presentations are set out below:

Chair’s Presentation 2022 AGM

Finance Presentation 2022 AGM

CEO’s Presentation 2022 AGM

President’s Presentation 2022 AGM

A big thank you to all our members who attended and to all of you who took the time to vote on the resolutions and elections proposed.

The results are as set out below. 

 

Resolution/Election

For

Against

Abstain

Passed

  1.  

To approve the minutes of the previous AGM held on 15 May 2021.

596

2

75

99.66%

  1.  

To receive the Annual Report and Accounts for the year end 31 December 2021

611

4

58

99.45%

  1.  

To approve the re-appointment of Hurst Accountants Limited as auditors of the Company.

625

8

40

98.74%

  1.  

To approve the appointment of Roger Murray as Chair of the BMC whose term of office as Chair took effect from 1 December 2021.

628

13

32

97.97%

  1.  

To approve the re-appointment of Fiona Sanders as a Council Nominated Director whose second term of office took effect from 1 April 2022.

618

18

37

97.17%

  1.  

That with effect from the conclusion of the Meeting the Articles of Association of the Company be amended and that the draft Articles annexed hereto be and are hereby adopted as the Articles of Association of the Company for and to the exclusion of the existing Articles of Association of the Company. 

611

12

50

98.07%

  1.  

That upon the passing of resolution 6 above, with effect from the conclusion of the Meeting, the Articles of Association adopted as a result of resolution 6 above are amended by adding new article 4.13:

‘encourage and promote membership of the Company to Mountaineers and those interested in Mountaineering’.

625

20

28

96.90%

  1.  

To elect a Nationally Elected Councillor to represent indoor climbing for a three-year term to start with effect from 19 May 2022.  The candidate is:  Stuart Holmes

610

17

46

97.29%

  1.  

To elect a Constituency Councillor to represent Mountain Training for a three-year term to start with effect from 19 May 2022.  The candidate is:  Oli Lewis

Only open to those who are BMC Voting Members and Mountain Training candidates

214

4

10

98.17%

 

Electorate: 72,643          Number of valid votes: 673         Turnout: 0.93%

Congratulations to the following candidates who have been elected to the following positions:

Stuart Holmes – NEC indoor climbing

Oli Lewis – Constituency Councillor, Mountain Training

Under our articles we’re also required to publish details of any person who held over 10% in discretionary proxies on any one resolution/election.  This information, together with a further breakdown of results, is set out in the following document – Breakdown of the BMC’s 2022 AGM results

 

 



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