Annual General Meeting

The AA’s Annual General Meeting is generally held in March each year on the eve of the Annual Conference.

At the AGM, the AA President speaks about issues of importance to the Association, the minutes of the previous meeting are approved, the annual report and balance sheet are presented for approval, the Auditors appointed, and the membership of the National Council announced.

Occasionally, Special General Meetings will be held for members to approve special business in between Annual General Meetings.

2024 AGM

The 32nd Annual General Meeting of The New Zealand Automobile Association will be held on:

      Date:           Thursday 7 March 2024

      Time:           6.30pm

      Location:    Ballroom, Napier War Memorial Conference & Events Centre, Marine Parade, NAPIER

AA Members are always welcome to attend the Association's AGM.


AGM Agenda

Ordinary Business:

  1. To approve the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 16 March 2023.
  2. To receive and adopt the Annual Report and Balance Sheet for the period ended 30 June 2023 and the report of the Auditor's thereon.
  3. To appoint an auditor as Auditor of the Association.
  4. To transact any other business of which due notice has been given or which is otherwise provided for by the Rules of the Association.
Please note:
Members are entitled to view the documents referred to in 1 and 2 above. The material is available upon request from the Association Secretary or at any AA Centre.
Rule 30 of the Association's Rules provides for personal members to vote in person or if unable to attend to appoint a proxy to attend and vote on that Member’s behalf.
A proxy notice in a form prescribed by the National Council may be obtained if required by application to the Association Secretary.  No such proxy shall be valid, unless received by the Chief Executive not less than forty eight (48) hours before the meeting.  Members will be admitted to the meeting on presentation of their current financial Membership card.


Alex Carroll
NZAA Legal Counsel: Governance & Compliance

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