What’s the Annual general meeting?
An annual general meeting is a meeting of the general membership of an organization. These organizations include membership associations and companies with shareholders. These meetings may be required by law or by the constitution, charter, or by-laws governing the body.
When will they be held?
We are to hold yearly meetings between organizations and their shareholders. During these meetings, shareholders and the board of directors will discuss business matters and address resolutions. Participants will question the board, vote on organization issues, choose new directors, and interact with each other.
What takes place in Annual general meetings?
At the annual general meeting, the presidents or chairpersons of the respective organizations preside over the meeting and may give an overall status of their given organizations. Their secretaries prepare the minutes and may be asked to read important papers. The treasurer may present a financial report. Other officers, the board of directors, and committees may give their reports. Attending these meetings are the members or the shareholders of the organization, depending on the types of organizations or companies.