The 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Association of Professional Bankers Sri Lanka (APB), originally scheduled to be held on 27 March, had to be postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although all arrangements were made to hold the AGM on the said date.
As the situation is now attaining a certain degree of normalcy, the Executive Council of the APB, at the meeting held on 11 June, decided to hold the AGM in a hybrid format, where the Executive Council and minimum number of essential members being present together at a specified physical location whilst allowing other members to participate via a virtual platform.
This decision was taken being cognisant of the advice of the health authorities and ensuring compliance with the social distancing guidelines currently in force. Further the Executive Council of APB has obtained counsel from a firm of consultants with respect to the viability of holding the AGM in this manner.
Accordingly, arrangements are currently being made to hold the 31st AGM of the APB on Friday 24 July commencing at 6:30 p.m. The formal notice regarding this hybrid AGM will be notified to the APB members shortly.