Who can vote at the Annual General Meeting?

We are proudly committed to the principle of mutuality, and our Annual General Meeting (AGM) gives our members the opportunity to have their say and make their vote count. Here you will find the criteria that is required in order to be eligible to vote in our AGM.

To be eligible to vote at the West Brom Annual General Meeting (AGM) you must:

  1. be at least 18 years old on the date of the AGM; and
  2. be a sole or first-named account holder in our records; and
  3. either;
    1. have a balance of at least £100 in your investment share account(s) with the Society on 31 March, and have continued to hold an investment share account(s) with the Society between 31 March and the voting date; or
    2. have owed the Society not less than £100 on your mortgage account(s) on 31 March and on the voting date.
No matter how many savings or mortgage accounts you may have, you are only entitled to vote once. To be eligible to vote, the Society Rules require that you are a sole or first-named account holder in the Society’s records. Therefore if you have a joint account, the AGM pack will only be addressed to the first-named account holder.