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Annual General Meeting

We held our Annual General Meeting on 22 April 2021.
If you voted in our AGM, thank you for having your say in how your Society is run.

Our 2021 AGM highlights

At our AGM, our Chair Gary Hoffman and Chief Executive Steve Hughes talked about the incredible and unprecedented year we’ve had, and the impact it’s had on you our members, our communities and our colleagues. See the highlights from Steve here.

In a year where society has never mattered more


Your Society is here for its members, colleagues and the wider community. 


We’re looking after our colleagues and keeping them safe. And in turn, they’re doing everything they can to help our members - in branches, on the phone and online. In the community, we’ve supported projects with charities, hospitals, schools and community groups, and made a difference.


We look after our members

For some, a visit to our branches is about much more than just a monetary transaction. During the Covid-19 pandemic, we worked hard to keep branches open safely, supporting people like Bill in many different ways. 

We listen to our people

The pandemic wasn’t the only global news story of 2020. The Black Lives Matter movement opened up important conversations the world over. As we continue to break down barriers and celebrate diversity and inclusion, we hear from our colleague Simon as he shares his hopes for the future. 

We support communities

We’re extremely proud of the numerous community projects, charities and organisations we’ve supported over the last 12 months. Find out how our donation to the Central England Law Centre has made such a difference to those in need, through the eyes of their Chief Executive, Sue Bent. 

2021 voting results

We held our Annual General Meeting on 22 April 2021 and 106,754 members voted (8.9% of our eligible members).

You voted to approve the resolutions and the election and re-election of all directors.


To ensure fairness and accuracy, the AGM vote was independently scrutinised by Civica Election Services. 


You can read our 2021 Annual General Meeting minutes here.


2021 results
Ordinary resolutions
To receive the Directors' Report, Annual Accounts and Annual Business Statement for the year ended 31 December 2020.
For: 104,836
Against: 1,052
Withheld: 862
In favour: 99.0%

To approve the Directors' Remuneration Report for the year ended 31 December 2020.

The vote is advisory and Directors' remuneration is not conditional on it.

For: 96,172
Against: 8,326
Withheld: 2,253
In favour: 92.0%

To reappoint PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) as auditor of the Society to hold office until the end of the next Annual General Meeting.


For: 100,919
Against: 4,387
Withheld: 1,448
In favour: 95.8%
Election and re-election of directors
To re-elect Iraj Amiri as a director.
For: 100,901
Against: 4,090
Withheld: 1,759
In favour: 96.1%
To re-elect Catherine Martina Mary Doran as a director. 
For: 101,878
Against: 3,374
Withheld: 1,492
In favour: 96.8%
To re-elect Peter Nicholas Frost as a director. 
For: 101,903
Against: 3,194
Withheld: 1,653
In favour: 97.0%
To re-elect Gary Andrew Hoffman as a director. 
For: 101,350
Against: 3,663
Withheld: 1,734
In favour: 96.5%
To re-elect Joanne Louise Kenrick as a director. 
For: 101,815
Against: 3,433
Withheld: 1,491
In favour: 96.7%
To re-elect Shamira Mohammed as a director. 
For: 101,489
Against: 3,610
Withheld: 1,646
In favour: 96.6%
To re-elect Martin Alastair Stewart as a director. 
For: 101,859
Against: 3,203
Withheld: 1,683
In favour: 97.0%
To elect Stephen James Hughes as a director. 
For: 101,626
Against: 3,363
Withheld: 1,759
In favour: 96.8%
To elect Brendan John O'Connor as a director. 
For: 101,459
Against: 3,375
Withheld: 1,913
In favour: 96.8%