The notice must:
- be in writing; and:
- set out the wording of the proposed resolution; and
- be signed by at least 100 members proposing to move the resolution.
- a resolution that is proposed to be moved at a general meeting; or
- any other matter that may be properly considered at a general meeting.
On the 15th December the Board of CPA Australia announced an issues paper which is due to be released in early February. My understanding from the announcement is that the issues paper will focus only on those recommendations identified in the Final Report of the IRP. My preference is for CPA Australia to put officially put forward all the motions following consultation with members over the upcoming roadshow. However I believe there are a number of other issues not identified in the IRP which should be discussed so I have put together this paper to stimulate debate and inspire constructive engagement.
You can view it online at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cpa-aust ... -mcdowall/ or join the LinkedIn discussion at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/103561/ ... 2643289090
I have reread the Board response to the Final Report recommendations. As far as I can gather, the issues paper will touch on any recommendations that require changes to the Constitution, By-Laws and Charters. Here is the list of what I think may be included:
- Board Compostition
- Rep Council composition
- NRC composition
- Nomination practices
- Directors' terms
- President's term
- Skill matrix and PD
- In-camera sessions
- Subsidiary remuneration
- KMP remuneration
- Council of Presidents
- Code of conduct
12+ topics/issues to be discussed in detail over the next 12 weeks. We better get going!