The IMC is moving into the final stage of its change programme as the IMC’s Council finalises the changes that will be implemented after the Annual General Meeting on 16 June. The amendments to the Institute’s membership offerings, the new CMC qualification criteria and governance structure are due to be agreed at the Council meeting on 12 May.
All IMC members will receive a document outlining the agreed changes after that meeting.
It will also contain the special resolutions that CMCs (Full and Fellow Members of the Institute) will be invited to vote on at the AGM. These will concern the name of the Institute and the possible future appointment of a director general.
The Annual Report will be available from the IMC from mid-May. If you would like a copy sent to you, please fax (0171-831 4597) or e-mail (email@example.com) your request to Anna Kennedy at the IMC.
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