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Urgent Members Vote: Submitting Annual Accounts

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Please take a minute to vote on this urgent matter!

We are submitting our first Annual Financial Report for the year 2014/2015 to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

A professional accountant has been volunteering with the Cable, and created the year end accounts. However, these are still considered ‘unaudited’. Auditing means a costly and lengthy process for the co-op.

The Bristol Cable’s legal rules allow us to file unaudited accounts, IF members agree in a vote.

We ask you to vote yes to this resolution and save the co-op time and money.

Please vote in the poll below.

We invite you to get stuck in to the Cable’s draft accounts, by viewing them here to make sure that your co-op is acting responsibly!

Many thanks,

The Bristol Cable team

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