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Our 2019 Annual General Meeting 

2019 AGM information

If you’re a member of LV=, you’ll receive our 2019 AGM information through the post by the middle of June.

If you haven’t heard from us by 21 June 2019, or if you have any questions about the AGM, call us on 0800 202 8102
lines open 8.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday.
We will record and/or monitor calls for training and audit purposes.

You can also email us with an AGM query.

How to cast your vote

If you’re entitled to vote in this year’s AGM you can do this by one of two ways: 

  1. Fill in the proxy form in your AGM pack and send this back to us in the pre-paid envelope.
  2. Come along in person to the AGM on Friday 26 July 2019. 

Important information about the AGM

  • To attend and vote at the AGM you must be 18 or over and held an LV= product which qualifies for membership for at least a year as at the date of the AGM.
  • A member entitled to attend and vote at the AGM may appoint any person as a proxy to act on their behalf at the meeting and may instruct the proxy how to vote. A proxy doesn’t need to be a member of LV=.
  • If you’re voting in person on Friday 26 July please bring your voting form to the meeting, together with another form of identification. If you need another AGM Proxy Form, you can request this by emailing us at [email protected] or by phoning 0800 202 8102. 


This Year's Resolutions

The 2019 Resolutions are: 

  1. To receive the Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2018.
    See Note 1.
  2. To re-appoint Alan Cook as a director.
    See Note 2.
  3. To re-appoint Richard Rowney as a director.
    See Note 2.
  4. To re-appoint Andy Parsons as a director.
    See Note 2.
  5. To appoint Wayne Snow as a director.
    See Note 2.
  6. To re-appoint David Barral as a director.
    See Note 2.
  7. To re-appoint Alison Hutchinson as a director.
    See Note 2.
  8. To appoint Tanya Lawler as a director.
    See Note 2.
  9. To re-appoint Colin Ledlie as a director.
    See Note 2.
  10. To re-appoint David Neave as a director.
    See Note 2.
  11. To re-appoint Luke Savage as a director.
    See Note 2.
  12. To approve the 2018 Directors’ Remuneration Report for the year ended 31 December 2018.
    See Note 3.
  13. To re-appoint PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as the Society’s auditor until the end of the next AGM.
    See Note 4. 


  • Note 1. Directors are required to present to the meeting the Society’s audited accounts for the financial year ended 31 December 2018. You can view the report online at If you prefer, you can request a copy by emailing us at [email protected], writing to LV=, County Gates, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 2NF or by phoning 0800 202 8102. Copies will also be available at our AGM.
  • Note 2. The UK Corporate Governance Code recommends that all Directors stand for annual election. In line with this, eight of our Directors will be be submitting themselves for re-election at this AGM with Wayne Snow and Tanya Lawler offering themselves for election for the first time as they joined the board during 2018.
  • Note 3. Members are asked to approve resolution 12 by way of an advisory vote. Although this is not a legal requirement or in our Rules, your board believes it is best practice to allow members to express a view. The Remuneration Policy was approved by members at the 2018 AGM and will next be put forward for approval at the 2021 AGM.
  • Note 4. An assessment of the effectiveness, independence and objectivity of the Auditor has been undertaken by the Audit Committee and can be found on page 63 of the Report and Accounts.

To attend and vote at the AGM you must be 18 or over. You must also have held an LV= product which qualifies for membership for at least a year, as at the date of the AGM.

More information about the Hilton Hotel

Light refreshments are available from 2.15pm.

The Hilton Bournemouth is situated on a hill near to the shops and beach in the centre of Bournemouth. From the East (Southampton) or the West (Poole) driving along the A338 please take the B3066 and head towards the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC). The Hilton rises to eight floors and is very easily seen on the approach to the BIC from either direction.

The Terrace Mount Car Park is a short term public car park situated below the Hampton by Hilton Bournemouth hotel which is situated next to Hilton Bournemouth. Car park charges do apply. Please park your car on Level 1 for easier access. There are steps from the car park to the hotel and a pavement alternative for anyone with mobility requirements.

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