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Probus South Pacific Limited


The first Probus Clubs in the South Pacific region were the Probus Club of Kapiti Coast in New Zealand in 1974 and the Probus Club of Hunters Hill in Australia in 1976.

By 1981 there were 44 Clubs in Australia and New Zealand and this saw the formation of the “Probus Information Committee”. This was the foundation that led to the later PROBUS umbrella organisations initially “Probus Centre - South Pacific Inc” and today “Probus South Pacific Limited” (PSPL). In 2011 Probus Centre – South Pacific Inc became Probus South Pacific Limited. This involved a change in the corporate structure from an incorporated association to a company limited by guarantee (CLG). A company limited by guarantee is the appropriate structure for not-for-profit organisations (NFPs).

The change in legal structure from an incorporated association to a CLG neither changed the accreditation of Probus Clubs nor the financial or tax position of PSPL, in fact it imposed stricter obligations upon PSPL in respect of governance and financial reporting.

PSPL is a NFP organisation and therefore does not allow the distribution of surpluses (profits) to its members. Any surplus PSPL makes is put back into providing services to Probus Clubs and Probus Club members.

PSPL Constitution


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