CIOB Board of Trustees' Election Results 2018
All votes have now been verified and counted.
4,038 voters took part in the election, with 20 spoilt papers confirmed. (19.7% of the electorate).
Each voter was able to cast a maximum of three votes and the results are as follows:
- Christine Gausden FCIOB; 2,340 votes
- James Tucker FCIOB; 2,261 votes
- Ian Brant FCIOB; 2,111 votes
- Peter Dawber FCIOB; 1,686 votes
- Louis Gunnigan FCIOB; 1,421 votes
In accordance with the Bye-Laws, the three candidates with the highest votes are deemed elected from the close of the AGM.
Christine Gausden, James Tucker and Ian Brant have accepted the positions and will be duly elected to the Board of Trustees’ for tenure of 3 years, commencing at the close of the AGM.
The AGM will take place on Monday 9th July 2018 at 0910hrs or immediately following the Institute’s EGM at the Westin Habour Castle Hotel, Toronto Canada.
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