Benefits Management SIG Annual General Meeting 2016/17 results

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Posted by APM on 18th Jul 2016

The Benefits Management SIG Annual General Meeting took place on Thursday 23rd June 2016 at 5:00pm, in London.

The following committee nominees put themselves forward for election, and all were unanimously voted onto the Benefits Management SIG by the APM individual members present during the AGM. 

APM Benefits Management SIG Annual General Meeting results

Existing team:

  • Anna    Lay
  • Bruce    Phillips
  • David    Liversidge
  • Hugo    Minney
  • Martin    Chick
  • Merv    Wyeth
  • Neil    White
  • Nick    Wensley
  • Richard Breese
  • Steve    Parker

Brand new members:

  • Ned     Newton
  • Ravi    Joshi
  • Matthew Kidner

Following the first committee meeting for the 2016-2017 period which took place on 12th July the roles were elected for Chair and Secretary. Following the decision by the incumbent co-Chair Nick Wensley not to restand for election, Neil White was voted to remain as the new Chair, and the Secretary remains Merv Wyeth for the upcoming year.

The Annual Report is attached below for your reference as a reflection on the past year and also the SIG intentions going forwards.

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