EAMN Statutes




European Age Management Network
The undersigned
Bernard HAZON, Manager of company, domiciled and remaining 417 Chemin des Chênes - 06580 Pégomas - France Born on 09 April 1950 in Paris - France French nationality
Daniel BALAS, Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Nice, domiciled and remaining 42 Bellevue Avenue - 06100 Nice - France Born on 09 August 1943 in Pamiers - France French nationality
Dagmar GERBER, Director of company, domiciled and resident Händelstraße 4, 97421 Schweinfurt - Federal Republic of Germany Born on 31 August 1964 in Schweinfurt - Germany German nationality
Nils Åke Lennart FRIBERG, retired, domiciled and remaining Synålsvägen 14, 168 73 Bromma - Sweden Born on 26 January 1945 in Linköping - Sweden Swedish nationality
Reidar Johan MYKLETUN, Professor at the University of Stavanger, domiciled and remaining Smeaheiveien 23, 4300 Sandnes - Norway. Born on 23 August 1946 in Alversund - Norway Norwegian nationality
Have decided together to found an association, governed by the law of the 1St July 1901 as well as by these statutes.

Title 1 - Denomination - headquarter - duration - object - members

Article 1-Denomination Between all those who join or become to these statutes and in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned law, is formed an association called "European Age Management Network", abstract "EAMN."
Article 2-Head and duration Headquarter of the association shall be 417 Chemin des Chênes at Pégomas -France. It can be transferred everywhere in France on simple decision of the Board. The association is formed for a term of 99 years, unless early dissolution in accordance with article 13 of these statutes.
Article 3 - Purpose - object
The association pursues the following non-lucrative purposes:
3.1 To expand the concept of "management of ages" and integrate it into understanding demographic development in general, its impact on the socio-economic environment and changes of employment market throughout working life in particular.
3.2 To promote age management in a practical way, both for individuals, companies, institutions and society.
3.3 To promote partnerships and cooperation between the various participants involved in age management policy and representative of groups, such as an association, a public or private organization, an institution, a network that has a legal existence, not limiting examples.
3.4 To conduct and/or to participate in conferences, workshops, seminars and any other events and activities falling within the scope of the above points.
3.5 To develop the necessary means for the dissemination of information concerning the management of ages, both in the field of research and applications in practice.
3.6 To give to its members and any developer project, updated knowledge about age management as well as any other subject related.
3.7 To match with demand of promoters of projects on age management, to provide complementary expertise and skills.
Article 4-Members 4.1. The association is open to French people and to the nationals of other European countries. 4.2 Members of the association Association membership is acquired according to four groups of criteria. 4.2.1 Effective member: any natural or legal person who, having subscribed to these statutes and is committed to comply, is admitted as such by decision of the Governing Board acting by a simple majority without having to justify its decision. 4.2.2 Corporate Member : any representative of a group, as an association, a public or private organization, an institution, a network that has a legal existence examples not limiting. 4.2.3 Associated members: People employed by the companies which have become members, and who individually decide to be members. 4.2.4 Honorary Members: the personalities that the Board of Directors wants to distinguish and who have agreed. Comparants to this Act are by definition members of the association. Article 5-Contribution Members, with the exception of honorary members, have to pay an annual fee whose amount will be fixed by the general meeting. Article 6 - Resignation and exclusion 6.1 Members of the association are free to withdraw at any time, by sending their written resignation to the Board. 6.2 A member who does not pay the contribution in the course of the year is considered resigning. Resigning considered member has the opportunity to set out its reasons before the Assembly of members. 6.3 Exclusion Circumstances to stop to belong to the Association: - Persons in receivership, or in compulsory liquidation. - Legal entities dissolved for whatever reason that this is. - Members who fail to pay their fee, or infringement of the rules of procedure, or any other serious reason damaging to the Association. - Full members absent and not represented at two consecutive annual meetings. The exclusion of a member is declared by the Assembly of members, by a majority of two thirds of the present voting members. However, an excluded member keeps the opportunity to resubmit its application by writing to the President of the association. Candidature acceptance is subject to the opinion of the Governing Board acting as for its exclusion, and to the prior payment of arrears of contributions where applicable. Overdue contributions are due in any case, and are not liable for repayment. The resignation or exclusion of a member doesn’t terminate the Association, which continues with the other people. 6.4 A member stopping to belong to the association by death or otherwise, is not entitled on the social fund of the association.

Title II - Collective decisions - administration Section 7 - General Assembly 7.1. Composition The General Assembly is composed by all executive members. Corporate members, associated members, and honorary members attend meetings, with a consultative voice. The General Assembly is chaired by the Chairman of the Board of Directors. 7.2. Functions: - To appoint and to revoke the members of the Board of Directors. - To propose amendments to the statutes - To approve budgets and accounts - To exercise any other powers deriving from these statutes. 7.3. Operating process - The General Assembly meets once a year at least instead of the head office, or any other place determined by the Board of Directors. Notifications are sent to all members by letter, fax, e-mail or other means of communication. They contain the agenda, and a form to fulfill in case of delegation of authority. - All members have equal voting of the general meeting. - Resolutions are taken by simple majority of the votes of members, present or represented, except in cases where it is decided otherwise by the present Constitution. - In the case of division of voices, the President or the administrator that replaces is paramount. - Proceedings may be taken only if at least 9 members have participated in voting. Each Member may not represent more than three other members, who have explicitly mandated him to vote in their place by proxy. - Decisions of the General Assembly are recorded in a register of reports signed by the President and a Director. This register is kept at headquarter, where all members can read but without moving the registry. Dissemination of electronic decisions is possible. These decisions will be eventually brought to the attention of interested parties by postal mail. Any changes to the statutes must be published within one month of its date in a newspaper ad legal. It is the same of any appointment, resignation or revocation of administrator. Article 8 – Board of directors 8.1. Constitution The association is administered by a Board consisting of six directors, appointed and revocable by the General Assembly. The Board of Directors designates among these six members a President, a Secretary and a Treasurer. The term of Office of Directors is four years. On vacation for a mandate, the governing body may appoint a provisional administrator to fill them and to complete the mandate of that which it replaces. Retiring directors are eligible for re-election. When creating the Association prior to the General Assembly, first founding members make up the Board and appoint the following functions: -President: Bernard HAZON -Direktors: Daniel BALAS, Dagmar GERBER, Nils FRIBERG, Reidar J. MYKLETUN 8.2. Operating process Directors are convened by regular or electronic mail, with return receipt. Decisions of the Board of Directors are taken by majority of votes by the directors present or represented. To be valid, at least three Directors (present or represented) must have voted decisions made by the Board. Duly mandated by proxy, each Director may not represent more than one administrator. In case of Division of voices, the President or administrator who replaces is paramount. 8.3. Functions and responsibilities The Board of directors has the broader powers for administration and management of the association. Acts which commit the association, other than those of daily management, are signed within a special delegation of the Board of directors or President, or by a duly authorized administrator. The right to institute legal proceedings carried in prosecutions and diligence of the Chairman, appointed by the Board of directors for this specific purpose. Administrators are responsible for the execution of the actions assigned to them as part of their mandate. It is carried free of charge. Except infringements of rules EAMN, or in the case of fraud, administrators have no personal liability for their function. Article 9-Comptabilité - Gestation The President establishes each year a budget estimate of revenue and expenditure and submits it for approval to the Board. The Treasurer manages funds under the control and responsibility of the President. He(r) maintains all accounting documents and can therefore be assisted by all authorized professionals. If necessary, he(r) makes all the documents available to the external auditor of control, in accordance with the regulation in force. Article 10 - Year social The financial year begins 1 St July, and ends June 30. Article 11 - Settlement of internal order Rules governing its internal are presented by the first Board of Directors at the first General Assembly. Amendments to this regulation may be made by the general meeting, acting by a simple majority of members present or represented. Article 12- Amendments to the statutes, dissolution of the association The Board of directors can propose amendments to the Statutes. The General Assembly has the same possibility. In this case, it has to present a resolution signed by absolute majority of its members. In both cases, General Assembly decides on the proposal by a majority of two thirds of members present or represented, all actual members of the association having taken part in voting. Changes of the statutes will be published in a legal newspaper. Article 13: dissolution Unless it is justice, the dissolution of the association must be ordered, as provided in article 12 for the changes to the statutes. In case of dissolution of the association, the general meeting appoints the liquidators, determines their powers. The potential net asset is assigned to an unselfishness end. These decisions as well as the name, profession and address of the liquidators will be published in a legal newspaper. FEES Charges herein are the responsibility of the Association. Result in four copies, two to be deposited in the Prefecture of Grasse and two to be kept at the headquarters of the Association. At Pégomas (Alpes Maritimes) 2010, July 6th

Bernard HAZON Daniel BALAS

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