- Members are invited to join our online platform for Friday’s AGM
- Members are asked to consider a resolution to approve an increase to the directors’ remuneration fee pool
A reminder, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand's (CA ANZ) 2022 Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday, 28 October from 10am AEDT.
As well as receiving and considering the Annual Report, we are asking members to consider a resolution to approve an increase to the directors’ remuneration fee pool for fees paid to Directors, the President and the Vice President as required by CA ANZ By-Laws.
The increase is a recommendation from CA ANZ’s Nominations and Governance Committee, following a market scan conducted by independent remuneration specialists Mercer Consulting.
The recommended increase is $150,000 in total (15.5%) and will cover 12 Directors and includes mandatory increases in superannuation over several years.
Voluntary voting exclusion applies, so directors and office bearers are not eligible to vote on the resolution.
Other essential information about how to vote can be found below and on the AGM Notice page.
Any questions you may wish to ask at the AGM in relation to this vote may be submitted in advance to [email protected] Live questions may also be submitted during the AGM. Read how via the online platform guide on the AGM Notice page.
How can I vote?
Applications for proxy voting are now closed.
There are two ways members can vote.
- Members can vote at the AGM meeting by casting a live vote during the meeting (through the AGM Online Platform) or
- By appointing a proxy (read more on the AGM Notice page). Proxy votes must be lodged by 10am AEDT Wednesday, 26 October 2022.
Members or their attorneys wishing to vote in person should attend the meeting (via the AGM Online Platform) and can vote through the AGM Online Platform. Information about proxy voting and how to join the online platform can be found on the AGM Notice page.
How can I join the CA ANZ 2022 AGM?
Our 2022 AGM will be held on online. How to join our online platform on Friday.
Who may vote?
In accordance with Article 19 of the Royal Charter and By-Laws 35, 36 and 79, all CA ANZ full financial members are eligible to vote on Resolution 1 (subject to the voting exclusion statement set out in the Notice of Meeting).
How will voting be conducted?
You can appoint a proxy or vote in person at the AGM In accordance with By-Law 78, the results will be examined by Link Market Services acting as an independent scrutineer.
The results will then be published to our website.
2022 CA ANZ Annual Report
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