Proxy appointment – FAQs

  1. What is a proxy?
  2. Who can appoint a proxy?
  3. How can I appoint a proxy in MyAPNIC?
  4. Who can be appointed as a proxy?
  5. How do I find out if my proxy appointment has been processed?
  6. How long is the proxy appointment valid for?
  7. Can I vote online and appoint a proxy?
  8. Our Corporate Contacts have left. How can we set up new Corporate Contacts and get a proxy form sent to us?
  9. How many people can I appoint as my proxy?

1. What is a proxy?

Members may be represented at the APNIC Annual General Meeting (AGM) by a proxy who may speak and vote on their behalf at the AGM.

2. Who can appoint a proxy?

Only Corporate Contacts can appoint a proxy.

3. How can I appoint a proxy in MyAPNIC?

Corporate Contacts can appoint a proxy online via MyAPNIC using two-factor authentication when proxy appointment is open. The online form in MyAPNIC is processed instantly once submitted.

4. Who can be appointed as a proxy?

Corporate Contacts can appoint any individual as their proxy. The appointed proxy does not need to be from the Member organization, but they must be registered to attend the AGM in person. The appointed proxy must present personal identification when collecting the online voting instructions from the Voting desk.

5. How do I find out if my proxy appointment has been processed?

Confirmation emails are sent to the appointed proxy and the Corporate Contact after the proxy appointment form is submitted via MyAPNIC.

6. How long is the proxy appointment valid for?

A proxy appointment is valid only for a single election.

7. Can I vote online and appoint a proxy?

No. Once a vote is submitted online, a proxy can no longer be appointed.

8. Our Corporate Contacts have left. Can we set up new Corporate Contacts to appoint a proxy?

Yes, you can appoint a new Corporate Contact by completing the appointment form . Click here for more information.

9. How many people can I appoint as my proxy?

Corporate Contacts can only appoint one proxy.