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You are invited to join us at our Annual General Meeting.

Thursday 6 October, 2016.

Notice is given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Newcastle Permanent Building Society Limited (NPBS) will be held:

  • Date: Friday 28 October 2016
  • Time: 12 noon
  • Venue: Fort Scratchley Function Centre, Nobbys Road, Newcastle East NSW 2300


The general nature of the business proposed for the AGM includes:

Ordinary Business:

  1. Consideration of the Financial Report, the Directors’ Report and the Independent Auditor’s Report of NPBS for the financial year ended 30 June 2016; 
  2. The proposed re-election of (a) Michael Damien Slater; and (b) Philip Jack Neat, being Directors retiring by rotation as required by the Constitution of NPBS; and 
  3. A proposal to increase the maximum aggregate amount of Directors’ Fees by 2.5% from $1,271,933 per annum to $1,303,731 effective from 1 July 2016.

Special Business:

  1. A number of special resolutions to modify the Constitution of NPBS, including the introduction of direct voting and various amendments to reflect operational requirements, legislative and administrative changes.

Voting Entitlement and Notices

The Notice of AGM contains all details of the business and resolutions proposed, as well as explanatory notes.

Members who had a minimum of $500 invested with NPBS for a continuous period of at least 90 days immediately preceding 30 June 2016 are members that are entitled to vote at the AGM. If you are a member who is entitled to vote and you have not received the Notice of AGM, you may request a copy by sending a written request including your name, address and account number to the Company Secretary at PO Box 5001 Hunter Region Mail Centre NSW 2310, or by email to Andrew Yost

By Order of the Board
Andrew Yost
Company Secretary

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*Each year the additional financial benefit customers receive by banking with Newcastle Permanent rather than holding the equivalent products at one of four major banks is calculated by CANSTAR - one of Australia’s leading financial services research firms. This benefit is called the ‘Mutuality Dividend’ and this year our customers received $54.7 million in value as a result of banking with Newcastle Permanent rather than one of the four major banks.