The highest management body of the IBC (Association) is the General Meeting of Association's members. General Meeting of the IBC members shall be convened at least once a year. Its main task is to ensure the Association's adherence to its goals and objectives. The General Meeting shall consider any matter that relates to the IBC activities, but more importantly, it determines the priority directions of the Association's activities, introduces amendments and additions to the Association's Charter, decides on reorganization or liquidation of the Association, elects the IBC Board and approves the IBC Annual Report.
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IBC Board is a collegial management body of the Association, which performs the functions of general management of it’s activities and supervision over fulfillment of its objectives as established by the IBC Charter. Powers of the Association’s Board include making decisions on all issues related to the Association’s activities, but more importantly it executes control over implementation of decisions taken by the General Meeting, decides on admission and expulsion from the IBC membership, appoints and dismisses an Executive Director, and determines an amount of an annual membership fee.
Revision Commission controls the financial and economic activities of the Association, as well as carries out an audit of its financial activities. Revision Commission is elected by the General Meeting from among the Association’s members for a period of two years. Audit of financial and economic activities of the Association is carried out by the Revision Commission on the annual basis and upon the decision of the Association’s Board.
Executive Director is an executive management body of the Association. The duties of Executive Director include all issues related to the Association’s activities, but more importantly Executive Director ensures implementation of decisions taken by General Meeting and the IBC Board, develops a meeting agenda for the IBC Board and General Meeting, submits an annual balance sheet and annual report, manages day-to-day operational and financial activities, and acts within the framework of his competency on behalf of the Association.