AGM Announcement of Candidates

Following the deadline today, these candidates are confirmed as standing in the elections to be held at the 2020 AGM as a result either of exercising the right to stand for re-election to a position currently held, or of being nominated by the Board or having the level of support of the requisitionists as defined by Article 1.1. Election addresses can be found at the top of this page – https://www.englishchess.org.uk/about/ecf-council-and-board/

Director of Finance
Adam Ashton, nominated by Mike Truran (Chief Executive) and David Eustace (outgoing Director of Finance)

Director of Home Chess
Nigel Towers, nominated by Mike Truran (Chief Executive), David Eustace, (Director of Finance) and Adrian Elwin (outgoing Director of Home Chess)
Tim Wall, nominated by Northern Counties Chess Union, Cumbria County Chess Association, Durham County Chess Association, Northumberland County Chess Association, Yorkshire County Chess Association, Northumbria Junior Chess Association, Aga Mileswka, Bronze Direct Members’
Representative and Rob Willmoth, Gold Members’ Representative

Director of Membership
Rob Willmoth, nominated by Mike Truran (Chief Executive), Dave Thomas (outgoing Director of Membership), Middlesex County Chess Association and Lorin D’Costa, Gold Direct Members’ Representative

Non-Executive Director
Natasha Regan, nominated by Mike Truran (Chief Executive), Malcolm Pein (Director of International Chess), Chris Fegan (Director of Women’s Chess) and Robert Stern (Chairman of the Governance Committee)

Chairman of Council
Michael Farthing (incumbent)

FIDE Delegate
Malcolm Pein (incumbent)

Members of the Governance Committee (there is no fixed size to this committee)
Michael Farthing, nominated by Robert Stern, Chairman of the Governance Committee
Stephen Greep, nominated by Robert Stern, Chairman of the Governance Committee

Members of the Finance Committee (there is no fixed size to this committee)
Ray Clark, nominated by Nick Faulks, Chairman of the Finance Committee
David Eustace, nominated by Nick Faulks, Chairman of the Finance Committee