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Annual General Meeting

RICS' Annual General Meeting is the opportunity to reflect on the actions of the organisation and scrutinise whether we are meeting the criteria of our Royal Charter.

The Royal Charter sets out the main purpose of the RICS as:

"... to maintain and promote the usefulness of the profession for the public advantage in the United Kingdom and in any other part of the world."

Following the conduction of the Annual General Meeting, the incoming RICS President for the forthcoming year will be inaugurated.

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The RICS 2018 Annual General Meeting took place in Hong Kong on Tuesday 27 November 2018.

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Agenda

The agenda will be as follows:

  1. Vote on Special Resolution to amend the RICS Royal Charter and Bye-Laws
  2. To approve the Minutes of the 2017 Annual General Meeting
  3. To receive the Financial and Performance Statements for the period ending 31 July 2017 and the Professional Auditor’s report
  4. To receive a report on Corporate Performance 2017/18
  5. To receive an update on Financial Performance for the period ending 31 July 2018
  6. To appoint the Professional Auditor until the conclusion of the next Annual General Meeting
  7. To note the composition of the Governing Council for Session 2018/19

Composition of transitionary Governing Council for session 2018/19

  • President

    • Chris Brooke

    President-Elect

    • Tim Neal
    • Keith Agar
    • Louise Archer
    • Richard Asher
    • James Baker
    • Dayle Bayliss
    • Rebecca Best
    • Sara Cameron
    • Diane Dumashie
    • Nicola George
    • Bryony Goldsmith
    • Michael Hannaway
    • Rob Hindle
    • Michael Holden
    • Amy Leader
    • Jonathan Lever
    • Monique Royle
    • Adrienne Yarwood
    • Alan Child
    • Bruno Cohen
    • Natalie Cohen
    • Ann Gray
    • Julian Josephs
    • Gerhard Kemper
    • Peter Smith
    • Ramsey Tadros
    • Marna van der Walt
  • Academia/Education

    • Paul Collins

    Capital Markets and Valuation

    • Isobel O’Regan

    Research and Development

    • Will Waller

    Residential

    • Kevin Brogan

    Urbanisation/Planning

    • Benjamin Towell

    Land

    • Kevin Brogan

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