Benefits Management SIG committee election 2017/18 results

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Posted by Maya Creasey on 23rd Jun 2017

The Benefits Management SIG held their Annual General Meeting and committee election at the close of The Benefits Summit 2017 held at the Holiday Inn London Kensington, Wrights Lane, London, W8 5SP on Thursday 22 June at 17:00hours.

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

APM Benefits Management SIG Annual General Meeting committee results

Existing members:

  • Bruce Phillips
  • David Liversidge
  • Hugo Minney
  • Merv Wyeth
  • Ned Newton
  • Neil White
  • Ravi Joshi
  • Richard Breese
  • Steve Parker

New members:

  • Sarah Earl
  • Alec Miljkovic
  • Alexis Blades
  • Rebecca Casey
  • Sarah Harries
  • Tanya Durlen
  • Anna Maria Gray

At the first committee meeting for the 2017-2018 period following this committee election, the role of Chair and Secretary was elected by the committee for the coming year. The incumbent Chair Neil White and Secretary Merv Wyeth were re-elected for 2017/18.

The SIG's annual report for 2016/17 is attached for your reference as a reflection on the past year and also the SIG intentions going forwards.



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