Join us at the Libro Credit Union Annual General Meeting

Libro’s 10th Annual General Meeting is taking place:

Saturday, April 20, 2024
RBC Place (London Convention Centre),
300 York Street, London

Registration 8:30 am to 10:00 am
Information Session re: Amendments to Articles 10:00 am
Investment Shareholder Meeting 10:15 am
Annual General Meeting begins at 10:30 am (approximately)
Lunch to follow at approximately 12:30 pm

The purpose of the Annual General Meeting is for voting Owner Representatives to receive reports, appoint external auditors, elect Directors, and to handle any other business as may come before the meeting according to the materials in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) Workbook and to our credit union’s by-laws.

The event is being organized as primarily in-person, with accommodations for those who need to attend virtually.

The 2024 Libro Credit Union Annual General Meeting (AGM) is almost here!  We look forward to seeing you all Saturday April 20th at 10 am.

Access the Lumi livestream website as of 8 am on April 20th

Meeting Link

During the AGM, attendees should reference the AGM Workbook and audited financial statements posted below.  We have also shared the 2023 Annual Report | Focused for Financial Well-Being and a copy of the Articles of Amalgamation as background for the meeting.

Feel free to share this invitation with others in your network who would like to attend.

AGM Workbook Articles of Amalgamation 2023 Financial Statements 2023 Annual Report

As a member-owned and purpose based cooperative, we value strong governance.

When you join Libro, you become an Owner. That means you have a say in how we do business and how our business impacts the communities where you live, work and play. Libro is a democracy where your voice matters and makes a difference, so we are proud to have a unique and award-winning Governance structure that ensures our Owners’ voices are heard.

We encourage you to stay informed with what’s going on in your community and engage with Libro by talking to your Owner Representative about issues and opportunities.

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Owner Representatives

Owner Representatives are Libro ambassadors who are highly informed on governance, strategic, and community based initiatives that support our local communities. Libro’s Owner Representatives carry the vote of our Owners to make informed governance decisions.

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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors at Libro ensures our Owners continue to be placed first in all that we do by creating a long-term sustainable plan, maintaining effective risk oversight, supporting a world-class governance structure and engaging leadership to lead dedicated staff teams.

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Nominations & Elections

Each November Owners elect, by ballot or through acclamation, Owner Representatives in each Libro Region to begin a term on the Regional Council the following January. These passionate individuals in turn elect our Board of Directors on behalf of all Owners at Libro’s Annual General Meeting.

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“It is always rewarding to have your voice requested by the decision makers – be it the CEO, a board member, branch manager, or branch staff, but most rewarding is interacting with fellow Libro owners. Sharing in their pride of ownership and understanding of the value of the co-operative movement.”

– Jeff McCallum
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Meet, share and learn with individuals who are passionate about a local financial institution building prosperity for all of its Owners, while working towards a better southwestern Ontario for all.


Community Involvement

Help your local community grow and prosper through the Libro Prosperity Fund and play a key role in determining where and how Libro invests in your neighbourhood. When our communities win, we all win!

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Personal Growth

Benefit from valuable training and experience as a Libro Owner Representative that will prepare you to serve in other community positions and roles, and on boards and committees in the non-for-profit sector.