EA RESTRUCTURE OPTIONS
The Administrators of Equestrian Australia Limited welcome your input in designing the pathway for the future of the national Equestrian body of Australia.
The Administrators will be proposing a Deed of Company Arrangement at the Second Meeting of Creditors (the ‘Administrators’ proposed DOCA’) – the first critical step to reform EA. We have also received an alternative DOCA proposal from the State Branches (excluding EQLD and ENT) which will be put to creditors for consideration at the Second Meeting of Creditors.
All members are encouraged to participate in the Second Meeting of Creditors and vote either by proxy or in person.
The Administrators’ proposed DOCA will assist in:
- Facilitating changes to the constitution to allow for ‘one member, one vote’
- The appointment of a new independent, transitional board for EA.
The new independent, transitional board of EA will engage with members and stakeholders to determine the most appropriate and sustainable operating structure for EA and the sport. This is not for the Administrators to decide. Members, creditors and stakeholders need to have their say.
We have created EA Engage for members and creditors to have a say on the future operating structure of EA. Constructive and considered feedback is encouraged. Whilst the ultimate structure might not please everyone, the process is open, transparent and democratic, which will create the foundation for a stronger and stable EA which is in the best interest of the sport.
The ‘Options’ proposed below, and subsequent member feedback, are for the benefit of the transitional board, and will be for consideration of the transitional board should the Company enter into the Administrators’ proposed DOCA.
Feedback that is offensive, abusive or anonymously posted will not be tolerated. You may not agree with the views or opinions of others, but they must be respected.
OPTION D – State Boards' proposed DOCA
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