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RCVS publishes 2020 Annual Report ahead of July AGM

The Annual Report covers the calendar year 2020 and provides an overview of the College’s activities and performance during the year

The RCVS has published its Annual
Report and Financial Statements 2020
ahead of its Annual General
Meeting on Friday 9 July 2021.

The Annual
Report
(available to download at the website)
covers the calendar year 2020 and provides an overview of the College’s
activities and performance during the year, including not only how it worked to
meet the ambitions of the new 2020-24 Strategic Plan, but also dealt with the
challenges presented by the global coronavirus pandemic from February 2020
onwards.

In addition, the publication contains a joint
statement from RCVS President Mandisa Greene and CEO Lizzie Lockett, and the
audited accounts and financial statements for the year as well as further
information about RCVS Knowledge and the College’s financial policies.

The Annual
Report
will be formally presented at the RCVS AGM and, prior to the
event, members are able to submit questions relating to the document, which
will be answered by members of the RCVS Officer Team during the course of the
meeting.

Those who wish to submit a question should
email Deborah Rowlanes, RCVS Events Manager, on d.rowlanes@rcvs.org.uk no later than 5pm on Friday 2 July 2021.

Once again this year, the AGM will be taking
place remotely in line with the government’s current guidance on indoor
gatherings, which are in place until at least Monday 19 July. To register your
interest in remotely attending the event
, please visit the website.

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