Notice of Benefits Management SIG Annual General Meeting 2018 (AGM)

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Posted by Maya Creasey on 23rd Mar 2018

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Benefits Management SIG will take place at 18:30hours at the start of the SIGs Commissioning for impact, think PRUB! evening event on Wednesday 2 May 2018 taking place at One Park Crescent, 1 Park Crescent, London, W1B 1SH.

AGM agenda


  • Welcome/apologies
  • Minutes from the previous AGM
  • Chair's report
  • Election of committee (The officer posts of Chair and Secretary will be elected at the first committee meeting following the AGM)



Any APM individual member who wished to add an item to the above agenda, or who wished to nominate themselves for the committee completed the nomination survey by no later than 23:59hours on Tuesday 24 April 2018. This survey has now closed. The Benefits Management SIG received 16 committee nominees for 2018/19, and their supporting statements have been published.



Please note the eligibility requirements below for membership of the SIG committee.

If you are in doubt or have any questions, please email





Associate, Full or Fellow member with at least one years APM membership and membership of the SIG committee


Associate, Full or Fellow member with at least one years APM membership and membership of the SIG committee


Student, Associate, Full or Fellow member only





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