Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Credit Union to hold AGM in Prince Rupert on Wednesday

The gathering of the shareholders ( aka members) of Northern Savings Credit Union is on the horizon, the Annual General Meeting set for Wednesday evening in Prince Rupert.

The annual gathering will offer up a review of developments with the Prince Rupert based financial institution, marking the final meeting that the organization has held through the region this month.

Beyond the overall scope of the years financials, to go with the refreshments and door prizes of the evening, members will be called upon to take care of a bit of work.

With Board of Directors work to be done and a vote on a special resolution.

Details on the current election process for the Board of Directors for this year can be found from the Credit Union newsletter of March.

Voting for those positions have been ongoing at the branches of the Credit Union through the start of April, with the final opportunity to cast a ballot to take place at the AGM.

As well, Members will be asked to cast a vote on a Special Resolution for 2014, one which will alter the existing rules of Northern Credit Union, you can review the background on the resolution here.

As they meet in their April gathering, members will also be saluting the work of Don Scott, who wraps up his time as a Director with the Credit Union after 11 years of service.

For those looking to learn more about Northern Savings Credit Union, their annual report for 2013 has been posted to their website, offering a fair amount of background on developments with the North Coast institution and their relation to the communities which they serve.

The document provides a fairly helpful review of the challenges and opportunities that the Credit Union faced in recent years and where they have set their course for the future.

The AGM takes place starting at 7 PM on Wednesday evening at the North Coast Meeting and Convention Centre (in the Chances complex).

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