Posted: February 25th, 2015
Current “C” director trustees ALAN BURNS and ANDREW GOLDEN were re-elected in the recent ballot, polling 1,381 and 1,176 votes respectively, and will serve for a further three years.
Scots committee man RUSSELL STEWART, the third candidate, polled 576 votes.
Ballot forms were sent to 4,390 service pensioners of the Mirror Group Pension Scheme, the MGN Pension Scheme, and the MGN Past Service Pension Scheme. (A “service” pensioner is someone who worked for the company; those receiving a pension as a dependant are not entitled to vote in trustee elections.)
The total votes cast were 3,133. Considering the importance of the work of the “C” director trustees it is something of a surprise that so few excercised their right to vote.
*Full report and much more in the AMP spring newsletter – sent to AMP members only – in April.
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