BCC Annual General Meeting

 Registration is closed for this event
18 April 2018, 18:00 , Kirchberg
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CONVENING NOTICE – 27th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & COCKTAIL

This year's Annual General Meeting will be held at EY, 35E John F. Kennedy, L-1855 Luxembourg on Wednesday 18 April 2018 at 18:00 and will be followed by cocktails.

All members of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg are strongly encouraged to participate in the Annual General Meeting. 

Please note this event is open to members only.

 

Members have the right to vote, issue proxies for another member to represent them and stand for election to the Council.  No person may exercise proxies on behalf of more than 5 Members.

The Agenda of the meeting is here

To register to attend please click here

Members are encouraged to offer themselves for election to the Council and to nominate other members, with their consent of course. 

Even if you feel unable to commit yourself to Council membership, you may wish to consider joining one of the sub-groups that assist the Council in specific areas of the Chamber's activities.  Involvement in one of these sub-groups is not an onerous commitment, but it is of great value to the Chamber and its members; should you wish to do so please contact the Secretariat at info@bcc.lu.  Members of the Council are naturally expected to commit to membership of at least one sub-group.

If you are unable to attend the AGM, and/or if you would like to:

  • give a proxy vote
  • nominate someone, or stand yourself, for election to the Council
  • participate in one of our sub-groups

Please notify the BCC Secretariat at: info@bcc.lu

The meeting will be followed by cocktails, generously provided by EY.

If you would like to add an item to the Agenda under any other business please let the Secretariat know, by e-mail or fax, by 09 April 2018.

We look forward to seeing you on 18 April 2018.

Event details

Date

18 APRIL 2018

Time

18:00

Address

EY Luxembourg- 35E, avenue John F. Kennedy- Kirchberg, L-1855- Luxembourg
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