AmCham Annual General Meeting Reviews Successful Year & Looks Ahead to 2022
More than 70 members attended AmCham Denmark’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), which was hosted at Danske Bank’s headquarters in Copenhagen. The AGM was skillfully chaired by Anne Marie Abrahamson, partner at Lundgrens Law Firm.
The first item on the agenda was the report from the Board of Directors, which was presented by AmCham Chairwoman Tisha Boatman (Siemens Healthineers). During her presentation Boatman reviewed the past year’s activities, noting: “Despite a challenging start to 2021, AmCham managed to perform well above expectations with respect to its business plan goals, delivering a strong events program of 50+ virtual and in-person events.”
Looking forward, she added: “following 2-years of limited in-person gatherings, AmCham’s role in bringing people together will be more important than ever.” Boatman rounded out by thanking AmCham members for their support and flexibility during a roller-coaster 2021.
In other AGM business, AmCham Treasurer, Rudi Baxter-Warman (Citi) reviewed the Chamber’s 2021 finances, which were prepared by Grant Thornton. At year-end, the accounts show that AmCham has a solid financial foundation for the future. In presenting the 2022 budget, Baxter-Warman noted that revenue remains strong, thanks to AmCham’s Elite Partners and Patron members.
AmCham also strengthened its Board with the election of Darine Ghanem (Roche), Troels Garibaldi Falkenberg (Alert Systems), Camille Holtse (Maersk), Laura Kemp-Pedersen (McDonald’s), and Thomas Kovested (IBM). Additionally, the 2021 board appointments of Klaus Borello (Coca-Cola), Tore von Würden (Amgen) and Catherine Williams (MSD) were confirmed.
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