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Mission Statement

 

The Board of Trade advocates on behalf of and is the voice of the Clarington business community. The Board of Trade 

provides a forum for the business community to develop programs and opportunities to promote trade and commerce

within the Municipality of Clarington.

 

Vision Statement

 

Develop the Clarington Business Community through leadership and opportunity.

 

About the Board of Trade

  •      Formed in 1998 to provide a common voice of business in Clarington.
  •      Working with business people and government to improve and maintain a healthy business climate.
  •      Consist of a volunteer Board of Directors, 4 employees and over 280 local businesses - small and large
         companies from all areas of our Municipality, and all sectors of the business community.
  •      Partnerships with existing B.I.A.s, Chamber of Commerce and Business Groups, in Clarington and Durham Region
         to ensure our membership has access to a wealth of knowledge and experience.

 

Partners In...

Economic Development

 

Contracted by the Municipality to execute the Economic Development function, The Board of Trade has a leadership role 

in attracting and retaining business to this area and to cultivate partnerships for a healthy social fabric in Clarington. T

do this, we work closely with various municipal departments, existing businesses and Realtors, property managers and 

developers who have land and/or space to promote.

 

Physician Recruitment

 

With the support of the Municipality and the local Medical Community the Clarington Board of Trade has been entrusted 

to execute the role of Physician Recruitment. Our team is working with the local healthcare community to attract and 

retain physicians to our community.

 

 

Ontario Chamber of Commerce

 

Membership with the Ontario Chamber allows us to broaden our network of influence, from offering a larger range of 

valuable programming to representing us as a local business community at Queens Park.

 

 

Connected to the Community

 

The Clarington Board of Trade is an active participant in many community initiatives and events, through great groups 

such as Community Living, Service Clubs, Clarington Library, Visual Arts Centre, Terry Fox Committee, Concerts in the 

Park local B.I.A. events and the list goes on...

 

 

Committees

Our organization has based our Committee structure on input received at a special General Membership Brainstorming Session held in May 2000. The ideas generated at this meeting were then reviewed by members of the Board of Directors and integrated into the following.

The Brainstorming Session focused on three themes, Promoting the Board of Trade / Special Events, Economic Development and Communication. To achieve the objectives discussed at this meeting an aggressive action plan has been developed which has led to the establishment of a five committee structure as presented below. The success of this plan is largely dependent upon receiving the support, cooperation and most importantly, the participation of the Clarington Board of Trade membership.

 

Economic Development Committee

The Economic Development Committee works with our Business Development Committee to assist in implementing a coherent and comprehensive economic development plan, communicate this strategy to local Council, organizations, businesses and the general public and to coordinate key meetings.

Members should include a cross-section of CBOT members (including representatives from smaller and larger businesses, retail, restaurants, tourism, agriculture), representatives from the Municipality, the Region, etc.

 

Communications Committee

This Committee has been set up to create and implement a communications strategy that will meet the following objectives:

  • to seek tenders, review & select a web page design company to re-design the Board of Trade Web Site that integrates the ideas discussed at the communication brainstorming sessions, making it a useful tool for members, other businesses and the community
  • to explore ways to expand the features and circulation of the newsletter
  • to explore whether there would be enough members willing to advertise in the newspaper on a regular basis to allow the Board of Trade to have a regular monthly feature page in a local newspaper
  • to help sell advertisements for both the newsletter and on the web site

 

 

CLARINGTON BOARD OF TRADE

BY-LAWS

(Revised April 2008)

 

INTRODUCTION

 

The mission of the Clarington Board of Trade is to maintain and build a positive business environment, along with a healthy social fabric. To implement the vision and the mission of Clarington Board of Trade, the following by-laws have been agreed upon by the Board of Directors and the general membership.

 

ARTICLE 1 -  DEFINITIONS    

Board:  means the Board of Directors of Clarington Board of Trade.

Board of Trade:  means the incorporated organization to be known as Clarington Board of Trade.

Director: means a person duly elected by the general membership or appointed by the Board of Directors to serve as a member of the governing body of the organization for the duration of their term of office.

Officer: means those Directors elected by the Board of Directors to serve on the Executive in the positions of President, Vice President(s), Secretary-Treasurer, and/or any other positions deemed by the Board of Directors to be an Executive position.

B.I.A.:  means the Business Improvement Areas as recognized by the Municipality of Clarington

Small Business:  means a business with 10 or less full or part-time employees

Agricultural Business:  means any type of farming business or any business primarily serving farming businesses.

Mail: means by standard or electronic mail.

 

ARTICLE 2 - NAME

The name of this organization shall be Clarington Board of Trade.

 

ARTICLE 3 - MEMBERSHIP

3.1        Eligibility

Every individual, corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, firm and association that:

  1. carries on business in and around the Municipality of Clarington; and
  2. supports the objectives of the Clarington Board of Trade,

shall be eligible for membership in the Clarington Board of Trade.  If a member is a corporation, partnership, firm or association, such member shall designate in writing, from time to time, one or more individuals to represent such member at all meetings of members of the Board of Trade.

All members of the Clarington Board of Trade must hold any certifications, licenses, or authorization required to legally operate their business.  All members must present themselves and their businesses in a legal and ethical manner, which supports the Clarington Board of Trade’s objective of maintaining and building a positive business environment, along with a healthy social fabric.

 

3.2        Conditions for Admission

An eligible candidate for membership shall become admitted as a member of the Board of Trade upon the occurrence of all of the following:  payment of the annual membership dues; undertaking to be governed by the By-laws of the Board of Trade; and approval of the Board, by a majority of votes cast at a meeting of the Board.

 

3.3          Transfer of Membership

Membership from another Board of Trade or Chamber of Commerce is not transferable to the Clarington Board of Trade.

Membership in the Clarington Board of Trade is also not transferable from one business to another.

 

3.4          Term of Membership

Membership shall continue from the time of admittance pursuant to the Conditions for Admission until a member has resigned in accordance with the Clarington Board of Trade By-laws or whose membership has been terminated by the Board of Trade in accordance with the By-laws.

 

3.5          Membership Dues

The annual membership dues shall be as fixed by the Board and shall be payable annually in advance at such time as the Board may determine. Notice of the annual membership dues and the date that payment thereof is required shall be forwarded by hard-copy or electronically to all members in each year, not less than thirty (30) days before they are due.

 

3.6        Removal of Member

Any member of the Board of Trade may be expelled from the Board of Trade by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Directors present at a meeting of the Board.  To be valid, a decision to expel a member must meet the following conditions:

The Board meeting called for the purpose of expelling a member is held not less than thirty (30) days prior to a meeting of the Board of Trade.  The member must be given a notice of the intent of, and reasons(s) for, expelling the member by mailing or personal service of the notice not less than fifteen (15) days before the date of the Board meeting.   The member must be given notice that he or she and or his or her agent may appear and make representations at the Board meeting.  A notice of the Board's decision must be mailed or personally served to the member not more than five (5) days after the Board meeting at which the decision was made.  This notice must also advise the member that he or she has the right to appeal the decision of the Board to the next meeting of the Board of Trade by delivering such notice to the office of the Board of Trade at least fifteen (15) days prior to the meeting of the Board of Trade.

 

3.7        Termination of Membership

A membership in the Board of Trade automatically terminates upon the happening of any of the following events:

  1. if the member resigns as a member of the Board of Trade pursuant to the By-laws of the Clarington Board of Trade;
  2. if the member dies;
  3. if the member is expelled from the Board of Trade pursuant to the By-laws of the Clarington Board of Trade;
  4. if the member ceases to qualify as a member under the requirements set out in the By-laws of the Clarington Board of Trade; or
  5. If the member fails to pay the membership dues within 60 days after they become due and payable, unless the Board extends the time for such payment.

And upon the happening of any of such events the former member shall have no further rights or privileges in the Clarington Board of Trade.  Notwithstanding the termination of membership, a former member remains liable for the payment of membership dues and other liability to the Board of Trade which became due and payable prior to termination of such former member's membership.  

 

3.8        Definition of Membership

While the Clarington Board of Trade is “The Voice of Business”, it is a collective voice representing the entire business community to further positive economic growth and not individual businesses with individual causes.

 

3.9        Honorary Members

Persons who have distinguished themselves by some meritorious or public service may be proposed as honorary members by a majority vote of the Directors present at a meeting of the Board.  Any such proposal shall be made to the members of the Board of Trade at their first meeting thereafter.  Honorary membership shall require no payment of membership dues and shall include all the privileges of active membership except that of holding office.

 

ARTICLE 4       BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

4.1        Board of Trade Office

The head office of the Board of Trade shall be located in the Municipality of Clarington.

 

4.2        Board of Directors

The Board shall manage the business and affairs of the Board of Trade.

 

4.3        Number of Directors on Board

The Board shall consist of fifteen (15) Directors, who are members in good standing and who shall be nominated and elected, in the manner described in this Article.  Attempts should be made to include the following representation on the Board of Directors:

  • One position filled by the President, or a person appointed by the membership of the Bowmanville B.I.A.
  • One position filled by the President, or a person appointed by the membership of the Newcastle B.I.A.
  • One position filled by the President, or a person appointed by the membership of the Orono B.I.A.
  • One position filled by a Board of Trade member whose primary business can be defined as an Agriculture business
  • One position filled by a Board of Trade member whose primary business can be defined as a Small business
  • One position filled by a Board of Trade member whose primary business is located in Courtice
  • One position filled by the President, or a person appointed by the membership of the Newcastle and District Chamber of Commerce
  • Eight (8) positions elected at large.

Should representation from the above organizations not be forthcoming for a period of two (2) months, then the Board of Directors should attempt to fill the vacancies with additional directors at large.

 

A quorum shall consist of eight (8) members of the Board of Directors.

 

4.4        Term of Office

The term of the Directors from the B.I.A.’s and the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce shall run with their term of Presidency.  The other Directors shall be elected for a three (3) year term.

At each Annual General Meeting, a sufficient number of Directors shall be elected for a term of three (3) years or until the third Annual General Meeting following their election, whichever is earlier, to replace the Directors who retire from office at each such Annual General Meeting on the expiration of the term.  If there is not sufficient staggering of the terms of office in any given year, or if a Director is currently serving in the position of President or Vice President, the Nominating Committee can recommend that one or more retiring Directors be asked to extend their term by one year.  A Director shall not be eligible to serve for more than six (6) consecutive years unless they are serving an extended term at the request of the nominating committee.

 

4.5        Advisors to the Board

  1. There shall be a non-voting advisor to the Board who shall be the Chief Administrative Officer of the Municipality of Clarington or his/her designate.
  2. The Board may elect other non-voting advisors to the Board upon a majority vote of the Directors.  Such advisor shall be a member of the Board of Trade.

 

4.6        Powers of the Board

The Board shall have the power to direct the business and affairs and administer any property, real and personal, of the Board of Trade, and to make or cause to be made from the Board, in its name, any kind of contract which the Board of Trade may lawfully enter into and, save as hereinafter provided, generally may exercise all such other powers and do all such other acts and things as the Board of Trade is authorized to exercise and do.  Without in any way limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Board is expressly empowered, from time to time, to purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, alienate, sell, exchange or otherwise dispose of shares, stocks, rights, warrants, options and other securities, lands, buildings and/or other property, moveable or immovable, real or personal, or any right or interest therein owned by the Board of Trade, for such consideration and upon such terms and conditions as the Board may deem advisable.

 

4.7        Election of Directors

Directors shall be nominated and elected in the manner provided in these By-laws.  Only members in good standing at the time of the Annual Elections shall be eligible to vote.

 

4.8        Qualification

Each Director shall:

  1. Be at the date of election and throughout such Director's term of office, a  member of the Board of Trade or a Member's representative;
  2. Be a minimum of 18 years of age; and
  3. Not be an undischarged bankrupt or a mentally incompetent person.

If a Director, during the term as a Director does not qualify, or ceases to qualify as a Director under the above qualifications, such Director thereupon ceases to be a Director, and the vacancy so created may be filled in the manner prescribed by the By-law section that addresses Vacancies on the Board of Directors.

 

4.9        Director’s Policy

Effective  January 1, 2001, any Director running for or taking a seat in any public office be asked to:

  1. In the case of running for public office – take a leave of absence from the Board for the duration of their candidacy or;
  2. In the case of being elected into public office – to step down from the Board.

The Board will then fill the vacancy so created in the manner prescribed by the By-law section that addresses Vacancies on the Board of Directors (5.15).

 

4.10      Selection of Candidates by Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee shall select, prior to the annual General Meeting in each year, a slate of candidates for election as Directors sufficient to fill all vacancies on the Board.  The Chair of the Nominating Committee shall deliver to the Secretary a list of candidates not less than 45 days prior to the annual General Meeting.  The Secretary shall mail to each member of the Board of Trade entitled to vote such list of candidates within 5 days after receipt of the said list from the Nominating Committee.

 

4.11      Closing of Nominations

Nominations shall be considered closed 20 days prior to the Annual General Meeting.  Should there be more candidates running than positions available, a vote will be taken by the general membership in the manner prescribed below in Article 4.15

 

4.12      Ballot

Immediately following the close of nominations, where there are more eligible candidates nominated than Directors to be elected the election of Directors shall be by secret ballot at the Annual General Meeting of the Board of Trade.

 

4.13      Declaration of Directors Elected at Annual General Meeting

At the Annual General Meeting, if there are more eligible candidates nominated than Directors to be elected, the candidates receiving the highest numbers of votes shall be declared elected to the vacancies resulting from the terms of Directors expiring on the date of the Annual General Meeting.

 

4.14      Procedures for Conduct of Elections

 

Immediately following the close of nominations (20 days prior to Annual Meeting), the Secretary shall supervise notification to the general membership of those nominated to serve on the Board of Directors.  Should there be no contested positions, no action will be required from the general membership.  Should an election be necessary, the general membership will be invited to cast their ballots at the Annual General Meeting in a special session one hour prior to the start of the business meeting.

 

The President, Vice-President, or another Director designated by the President will be responsible for chairing this portion of the meeting.  An election will only be necessary if there are more eligible candidates nominated than Directors to be elected.Any candidates for Director’s positions will be asked to introduce themselves to the attendees.  The candidates should speak in alphabetical order, by family name.

A secret ballot will then take place, with the Elections Committee (previously Nominating Committee) counting and recording the results.  Please note:  in order to vote, one must qualify to be a member of the Clarington Board of Trade, pursuant to Sections 3.1 and 3.2 of the Board’s By-Laws.

In the event of a tie between candidates, a second secret ballot of the relevant candidates will immediately be held.

The results will be announced by the acting Chair, and if no recounts are requested, the election is ended.  The Elections Committee shall destroy the ballots.

One half hour prior to the start of the business meeting, the newly elected Board of Directors shall hold a special Board meeting for the sole purpose of electing the President and Executive committee from within their ranks.  The results of this Board election will be announced during the business session of the AGM.

 

4.15      Resignation of Director

Any Director on the Board may resign at any time by tendering a written resignation. Such resignation shall be effective as of the date of the written resignation if no other date is specified, or, if another date is specified for resignation, the resignation shall be effective as of stated date.

 

4.16      Removal of Director

Any director who is absent from three consecutive Board of Directors meetings or does not attend at least 60% of the scheduled meetings, except for valid medical reasons, shall be asked to resign from the Board of Directors and the vacancy shall be filled in accordance with Article 4.17.

 

4.17      Vacancies on the Board

Vacancies on the Board resulting from resignation or otherwise may be filled by Board, so long as a quorum of Directors remain in office, from and among the members of the Board of Trade.  Such appointees will hold their position as Director until the next AGM, at which time they may allow their name to stand for election for the following year.  Otherwise such vacancies shall be filled at the next Annual General Meeting.   If there is not a quorum, the remaining Directors shall forthwith call a meeting of the members to fill the vacancy.

 

4.18      Remuneration

Directors shall serve without remuneration.

 

4.19      Indemnities to Directors and Officers

Each director and Officer of the Board of Trade and/or their heirs, executors and administrators, and estate and effects, shall from time to time and at all times, be indemnified and saved harmless, by the Board of Trade and out of its funds, from and against all claims, damages, losses, liabilities, demands, suits, judgments, causes of action, legal proceedings, penalties or other sanctions and any and all costs and expenses arising in connection therewith including legal fees and disbursements on a Solicitor and client basis (including without limitation all such legal fees and disbursements in connection with any and all appeals) which may in any way result from or arise out of or be in relation to any and all acts of commission or omission by such Director or Officer (excluding fraud and willful misconduct on the part with the of the Director or Officer) in connection with the execution of the duties of such Director or Officer while in office.

 

4.20      Officers

The Officers of the Board of trade shall be the following:

  • President (1 year term)
  • Past President (1 year term immediately following term as President)
  • Vice-President (1 year term, with the expectation that Vice President will allow his or her name to stand for position of President in the following year)
  • Secretary-Treasurer  (1year term)

 

The Officers of the Clarington Board of Trade shall be elected annually by the Board at a regular or specially called meeting prior to the Annual General Meeting.

 

No person shall hold more than one office.

 

ARTICLE 5 - COMMITTEES

 

5.1        Committees

The Board will have the following standing committees: Nominating, Executive, Human Resources, and Finance.  All committees will include a minimum of 1 staff representative (non-voting) and will meet a minimum of 2 times each year. Ad hoc committees will be developed as required.

5.2        Powers of Committees

Each Committee shall have the power to investigate such matters within such Committee's mandate as determined by the Board and to make recommendations to the Board, which recommendations shall be non-binding.

 

5.3        Chairperson of Committee

Each Committee shall have a Chairperson, who may be a director, appointed by the Board and who shall report to the Board from time to time, as required by the Board.

 

5.4        Committee Members

The Chairperson of each Committee may, if deemed necessary or advisable to carry out the duties of the Committee, appoint one or more persons as members of the Committee to serve on the Committee for such period or periods of time as the Chairperson determines.  All committee members should be members of the Board of Trade in good standing.

 

5.5        Committee Structure

5.5.1     The Executive Committee shall consist of all officers of the Board as noted in 4.21.

5.5.2     The Nominating Committee shall consist of a Chairperson who shall be appointed by the Board and by two (2) members appointed by the Chairperson.

5.5.3     The Human Resources Committee shall consist of a Chairperson appointed by the Board, a minimum of (2) members appointed by the Chairperson and one (1) staff representative.

5.5.4     The Finance Committee will consist of a Chairperson who will be the Secretary Treasurer, a minimum of (2) members appointed by the Chairperson and one (1) staff representative.

 

ARTICLE 6 - MEETINGS OF MEMBERS

 

6.1        Meetings

Other than the Annual General Meeting all other meetings of the Members of the Board ­of Trade shall be held as required, on such dates in each year and at such times and places as the Board may determine.

 

6.2        Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Clarington Board of Trade shall be held for the purpose of:

(a)  Approving the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting and all other meetings of the Members held during the preceding year;

(b)  Hearing and receiving the Annual Report covering the activities of the Board of Trade for the preceding year;

(c)  Approving the audited Financial Statements for the Preceding year; appointing the Auditor and fixing or authorizing the Board to fix the Auditor's remuneration; and

(d)  Allow for the election of Board of Directors and announcement of the Executive Committee.

(e)  Attending to the transaction of such other business which may be properly brought before the meeting.

 

6.3     Meetings called by the Board

The Board may call a meeting of Members at any time for any purpose specified in the notice of such meeting.

 

6.4     Notice of Meetings

Written notice of the time, place and date of the Annual General Meeting of members, and the general nature of the business to be transacted thereat, shall be given at least 60 days prior to the date of the meeting to each member and to the Auditor of the Clarington Board of Trade, by sending such notice by prepaid ordinary mail, fax or email to the last address of the Member shown in the records of the Clarington Board of Trade.

Included with this notice of Annual Meeting shall be a nomination form for the position of Director.

Any other special meeting of the general membership shall require 14 days notice to each member, to be sent in the above manner.

 

6.5     Error or Omission in Notice

No error or omission in giving notice of any Annual General Meeting or any General Meeting to the Members of Board of Trade, and no failure to receive the notice of any such meeting, shall invalidate such meeting or make void any proceedings taken thereat and any Member may at any time waive notice of any such meeting and may ratify, approve and confirm any or all proceedings taken or had thereat.  For the purpose of sending a notice to any member, for any meeting or otherwise, the address of such Member shall be the Member’s last address recorded on the books of the Clarington Board of Trade.

 

6.6     Quorum

A quorum for the transaction of business at any general meeting of the membership shall consist of not less than 10% of members present in person or represented by their respective Member's Representative.

If a quorum is not present within 30 minutes of the scheduled start of the meeting the Chair of the meeting shall adjourn the meeting to a time not less than 15 days later and not more than 30 days after the date of the original meeting.  The quorum required at the adjourned meeting shall be 10 members.

 

6.7      Votes to Govern

Unless otherwise provided in these By-laws, all questions proposed for consideration at a meeting of Members shall be determined by a majority of the votes cast by Members.

 

6.8         Show of Hands

At all Meetings of Members every question, except the Election of Directors and except the approval of by-laws, shall be decided by a show of hands, unless a poll is required by the Chairperson of the Meeting or requested by any Member entitled to vote.  Upon a show of hands, every member entitled to vote shall have one (1) vote.  Whenever a vote by a show of hands has been taken upon a question, unless a poll is requested, a declaration by the Chairperson of the Meeting that a resolution has been carried or lost by a particular majority and an entry to that effect in the minutes of the Board of Trade shall be admissible in evidence as prima facie proof of the fact without proof of the number or proportion of votes recorded in favour of or against such resolution.

In the case of Election of Directors, the vote shall be by secret ballot.

In the case of the approval of a by-law, a 2/3 majority vote of the members in attendance is required.

 

6.9         Chairperson

The President, if present, shall preside as Chairperson at all meetings of the Board and Members.  In the absence of the President, the Past-President, if present, shall preside.  In the absence of both the President and the Past-President, the Members shall choose a Director as Chairperson of the Meeting or, if no Director is present or if all Directors present decline to act as Chairperson, the Members present shall choose one of the Members to act as Chairperson.

 

6.10       Adjournments

Any meeting of the Members of the Clarington Board of Trade may be adjourned to any time from time to time, and any business may be transacted through any adjourned meeting that might have been transacted at the original meeting from which the adjournment took place.  No notice is required of any adjourned meeting.

 

6.11       Requisition of Meeting

Upon the written request of 25% of the Members in good standing, the Board shall call a meeting of Members.

 

6.12       Referendum

Upon the written request of 25% of the Members in good standing, the Board shall, or upon its own initiative, the Board may submit a question to the Members. Briefs setting out both sides of the question shall accompany the ballot for such a vote.  The Board shall be entitled to establish the procedures relating to such referendum.

 

ARTICLE 7  - MEETINGS OF THE BOARD

 

7.1        Meetings

Meetings of the Board shall be held not less than 10 times in each year, at such places, times and dates as the Board may from time to time determine.  Board meetings shall be open to the members.  The Board may hold any part of any meeting in camera to transact business of a confidential nature.

 

7.2        Quorum

A quorum of the Board of Directors for the transaction of business and the passing of motions shall consist of no fewer than eight (8) members in attendance.

 

7.3        Notice of Meeting

Written notice of a Meeting of the Board shall be mailed, delivered or telephoned to each Director not less than 5 days prior to the date of the Meeting.

 

7.4        Votes to Govern

At all Meetings of the Board, every question shall be decided by a show of hands.  Unless otherwise provided in these Bylaws, questions arising at any meeting of the Board shall be decided by a majority of votes, and each Director, except the Chairperson, shall be entitled to cast one vote.  A Chairperson shall only vote to break a tie vote.   A declaration by the Chairperson of the Meeting that a resolution has been carried or lost by a particular majority and an entry to that effect in the minutes shall be admissible in evidence as prima facie proof of the fact without proof of the number or proportion of the votes recorded in favour of or against such resolution.

 

ARTICLE 8 - MISCELLANEOUS

 

8.1        Execution of Documents

Documents, agreements, contracts and other written instruments requiring execution by the Clarington Board of Trade shall be signed by two (2) Members of the Board with signing authority.

 

Provided that the Board may at any time by resolution direct the manner in which, and the person or persons by whom, any particular document, agreement, contract or other written instrument of the Clarington Board of Trade may or shall be executed.

 

8.2        Fiscal Year

The fiscal year of the Clarington Board of Trade shall end December 31 in each year.

 

8.3        Auditors

Auditors shall be appointed by the Board on an annual basis.

 

8.4        Duties of Auditors

The Auditors shall audit the books and accounts of the Clarington Board of Trade at least once each year.  The Vice-President (Finance/Secretary), shall present the audited financial statements at each Annual General Meeting and at any other time required by the Board.

 

 

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