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Moral Victory for Tinney at EBS AGM

Ethna Tinney has been voted off the board of the EBS Building Society. However the margin of victory for the board meant that her eviction is a pyrrhic one for the board. 9,417 voted for her re-election without the support of the board, with 10,252 voting against giving a margin of defeat of just 835 votes.

Thanks to everyone who supported Ethna in her battle, and congratulations to Ethna for her defiance and bravery!

Saturday is Last Day to Submit your EBS Proxies!

If you haven’t already submitted your EBS proxy, please note that Saturday is (effectively) the last day you can submit them. Simply go into any EBS branch, ask for a proxy form, fill it in there and then, and insert into the box provided.

Otherwise, you can still drop forms into me at Leinster House tomorrow (Friday). However, if you post them to me either today or tomorrow, it will be too late as the deadline is 9.00am on Monday.

Keep the EBS Proxy Forms Coming!

Attention all EBS Shareholders: Support Eithne Tinney’s re-election to the board of EBS. If you cannot attend the AGM on 16 April, please proxy your vote to me to support her. The instructions to do this are here.

Importantly, if you have mislaid your proxy form, simply call your local EBS branch and ask them to send a new one to you

How to Complete EBS Proxy Form

If you are a member of EBS, you should have already received your proxy form in the post. If not, contact your local branch immediately. To nominate me as your proxy for the upcoming AGM simply:

Super-Rich Directors sit atop EBS Mess

The EBS board is in disarray. The society is a mess. The boss is on the defensive.

The Society’s AGM is on 16 April. At least one board member is due to be shafted. Ethna Tinney, according to the notice of meeting, is standing again. Most unusually, she is standingwithout the support of Ted’s board.