Notice of the holding of the 34th AGM of Cycling Ireland
The board of the Irish Cycling Federation that trades as Cycling Ireland has resolved that the Annual General Meeting of the company as laid out in Articles 25 et al of the constitution of the company shall be held at 11am on Saturday 5th November 2022. The meeting will be held in the Four Seasons Hotel & Leisure Club Monaghan, Coolshannagh, Monaghan, H18 Y220.
The business of the meeting shall be:
a. To consider the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting or any EGM held in the interim period.
b. To receive and consider the Board Report annexed to the annual accounts of the Company.
c. To receive and consider the certified audited financial statements of the Company for the previous year.
d. To receive presentations from the Board and CI Staff
e. To elect members of the Board, subject to the terms of articles 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42.
f. To fix the rate of annual membership fees for members for the following calendar year.
g. To appoint Auditors to the Company for the following year.
h. To transact or to discuss any general business of the Company. Notice, in writing, of motions for discussion shall have been deposited to the registered office of the company addressed to the Company Secretary in accordance with the provisions of Article 27.
This notice invites, from Affiliated Clubs and Standing Committees, motions for the AGM and nominations, in the prescribed motion and nominations form, for individuals seeking to stand for election to the Board. Any such proposed motions or nomination as invited pursuant to Article 27a shall be notified to the Company Secretary in writing not less than 50 Clear Days before the date for holding of the AGM. The final date and time to receive such motions and/or nominations is 4:00pm on 15th September 2022.
A form for nomination of persons to be elected to the vacant board positions is available from www.cyclingireland.ie/about-us/2022-agm/ or directly from Cycling Ireland at the postal address above.
The following vacancies arise on the board of the company: