Running the Annual General Meeting

For many charities, the AGM is one of the most important events in the calendar. This article explores when a charitable company is required to hold an Annual General Meeting, and how the chair of the meeting can ensure that the meeting is run smoothly, taking account of the requirements of both company and charity law.


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All content on this page is correct as of May 9, 2017.