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Posted by Corinne Wilson on 25/06/2020.

Statement from Equestrian Victoria regarding Equestrian Australia Voluntary Administration

On Friday 19 June 2020, over 1000 creditors, including many members, participated in the First Creditors meeting of Equestrian Australia conducted by the EA Administrators Craig Shepard and Kate Conneely of KordaMentha. 

Over the past two weeks, Equestrian Victoria representatives have been in active discussion with the State Branches about what the future structure and governance of Equestrian Australia could look like. 

To support the consultation process with members and stakeholders, the State Branches have established a governance committee with an Independent Chair. The governance committee will be engaging in extensive member consultation to provide all members and stakeholders with an opportunity to participate in the process of reform, provide feedback and ultimately decide how the sport is shaped into the future. 

Yesterday, the State Branches submitted an Initial Project Plan to the Administrators to demonstrate the consultation process that will be undertaken.  A copy of the governance committee project plan can be found using the button below. 

Equestrian Victoria has not formed any particular view about the future structure and governance of EA and, at this time, our priority is to continue to represent the views of our members and provide a thorough engagement process, that ensures members can contribute to the future of our sport with an informed voice.

Feedback is welcomed, so please email the office at [email protected]

Matthew Brown
CEO - Equestrian Victoria



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