An Annual General Meeting, also known as an AGM, is a meeting of the general membership held once a year by many sport and recreation organisations. Requirements for an AGM vary from organisation to organisation. If you’re an incorporated society, you will need to hold at least one general meeting a year, at which your members will approve the society’s annual financial statements. At an AGM you may also elect members for your committee and approve any changes to your rules or constitution
A new Incorporated Societies Act - what it means for sport organisations?
All incorporated societies will need to make changes to their constitution in order to comply with the Act.