The Royal London Annual General Meeting 2011 was held at Glaziers Hall in London on 19 May.
As with previous years, members not attending the meeting in person could make their views known by registering a proxy vote. In addition, members were also able to vote online. Over 20,000 Royal London members chose to vote.
A number of members attended the meeting in person and took the opportunity to question the Board both formally, in the Question & Answer section of the meeting, and informally over a buffet lunch.
The proxy voting process and entry to the meeting on the day were managed by the independent scrutineers, Electoral Reform Services (ERS). To ensure that the votes of members present and the proxies were accurately reflected, ERS provided electronic voting consoles for voting at the meeting.
|Receive the Annual Report and Accounts 2010||21,139||240||266||98.9|
|Approve the Directors remuneration report||19,538||1,396||709||93.3|
|Reappoint PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as auditors||20,682||626||338||97.1|
|Approve the determination of the auditors remuneration by the directors||20,190||953||491||95.5|
|Reappoint Andy Carter as a director||20,428||716||504||96.1|
|Reappoint John Deane as a director||20,397||732||519||96.5|
|Reappoint Duncan Ferguson as a director||20,297||821||527||96.1|
|Reappoint Robert Jeens as a director||20,369||756||520||96.4|
|Reappoint Tim Melville-Ross as a director||20,301||826||514||96.1|
|Reappoint Andrew Palmer as a director||20,385||713||547||96.6|
|Reappoint Stephen Shone as a director||20,317||802||521||96.2|
|Reappoint David Williams as a director||20,331||774||543||96.3|
|Reappoint Mike Yardley as a director||20,200||912||532||95.7|