AGM 2016 Update

If you are a member of MS Ireland, you will have received the AGM notice and information pack together with the new Constitution and Proxy Form as referred in the Notice of the AGM, please see below further information.

New Constitution

A review of MS Ireland's Memorandum and Articles of Association was carried out during the year in order to update these documents to take account of the Companies Act 2014 and best practice. A copy of the new Memorandum and Articles of Association were sent to you (to be known collectively as the Constitution).

The Board has approved the New Constitution and it has also been approved by the Revenue Commissioners and the Charities Regulatory Authority. It now requires the approval of the members before it is accepted. At the AGM there are resolutions on the Constitution and members can attend the AGM and vote on them. Alternatively if you are unable to attend the AGM, please complete the proxy form that was sent to you.

Further information

  1. A Summary of the Changes made to the 2005 Memorandum & Articles of Association
  2. Marked up version comparing the 2005 Memorandum and Articles of Association with the New Constitution
  3. The New Constitution 
  4. The Memorandum and Articles of Association 2005

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