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The Institute's Annual General Meeting

26th October 2006

The Agenda of this Year's Annual General Meeting is as Follows:

1. To consider the Report of the Board of Trustees and the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2005

2. To consider and if thought fit adopt the following resolution:

That the maximum number of Trustees shall be increased from fifteen to seventeen.

3. To elect Trustees

3.1 Under Articles 57 to 60 of the Institute's Articles of Association, the following Trustees retire from office by rotation but are eligible for re-election:

  • David Anderson QC
  • Peter Barton DL
  • Jeremy Carver CBE
  • Sir Francis Jacobs KCMG QC
  • Peter Roth QC

3.2 The Board of Trustees recommends the following for election as Trustees if the resolution at item 2 is adopted:

  • Sir Franklin Berman KCMG QC
  • Michael Hutchings OBE

4. To appoint the Auditors

Alexander Layton QC, Chairman, Board of Trustees

15 August 2006


Please note: a member entitled to attend and vote at the meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote for him or her. The instrument appointing the proxy must be in writing and must be deposited at the office of the Institute, at Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP, not less than forty-eight hours before the time of the meeting. A proxy need not also be a member of the Institute.


If you are a member of the Institute and have a query concerning this meeting, please contact the Institute. If you would like further information on how to become a member of the Institute, please click here.


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