Hybrid Annual General Meeting 2024

19 January, 2024

Register for virtual AGM

Monday, 29th January 2024 at 7:30 p.m.

Notice is hereby given that the 2023 Annual General Meeting of Wexford Credit Union Limited members will take place in a hybrid format. The meeting can be attended in person, in Clayton Whites Hotel, Abbey Street, Wexford, or virtually via Zoom Webinar on Monday, 29th January 2024, @ 7:30 pm.

For Attendance in Person

Members wishing to attend the AGM in person must bring their Credit Union membership book and photo I.D.

For Attendance Virtually

Members wishing to attend the AGM virtually will need to request an invitation to join and apply by emailing agm@wexfordcreditunion.ie and include the following information:

  • Name
  • Member Number
  • Member Address
  • Member Email Address

The request for attendance must be received by 5:00 pm on Wednesday, 24th January 2024.

Annual Report 2023

The Board of Directors decided not to print the Annual Report this year for posting; instead, it will be available on the Website for download. This forms part of the Credit Union’s environmental awareness program. Credit Unions must take an ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) approach meaning that credit unions explicitly consider both environmental risk mitigation and ways to maximise environment/climate-related opportunities in their strategies, planning, and metrics. It also provides savings to the Credit Union concerning printing costs and postal weight charges.

Please find the link to the PDF of our Annual Report for 2023 here.

Distributions 2023

The Board has decided, in the interest of prudence, to commit the majority of this year’s trading surplus to reserves. However, a small distribution made up of dividend and loan interest rebate is proposed this year and the Board is hopeful of increasing this distribution while also increasing the reserves over the coming years. The proposed distribution this year is a Dividend of 0.02% and a Loan Interest Rebate of 3%.

Wexford Credit Union Ltd is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.