Student partners unanimously approved the report and balance sheet for fiscal year 2021-2022

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This Saturday, before a large attendance of people at the Jorge Luis Hershey Stadium, exercise N117 was approved in the Ordinary General Assembly, with the participation of the entire Board of Directors, chaired by the President of the Foundation, Martin Gorostegui and former leaders who also said present at UNO, in addition to the partners, the main champions.

The said exercise includes from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022 and the annual economic-financial budget to the period from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.

On a historic day for the club, Gorostegui expressed himself: “I would like to thank you for the incredible growth of membership and the enduring support. We believe we are laying the foundations for the future as we have been doing for 8 years with all members of the Board of Directors.”

“We share the pride of being students. Today we are planting the future to harvest later, but it is a job that never ends. There is nothing more important than our flag being as high as possible,” he said before being accompanied by Vice President Juan Sebastian Veron.

For his part, leader and architect Miguel Meno was among the first to speak and confirmed that “168 million pesos has been invested for works in various spaces”. “We did record work of 130 million pesos in 40 days with Annex 57 and 115, which allowed us to expand UNO’s ability to consider partners, beyond the requirements requested by CONMEBOL,” he told partners and members present there.

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Juan Martín Ongay, Student Leader in charge of finances, also spoke, saying: “We are proud of our ability to provide a surplus of +574.8 million pesos. It is a historic balance for the institution. The club’s commitments are reduced to 1322 million pesos.” Meanwhile, he emphasized that “students are kept up to date with the repayment of Banco Ita loan installments. 63% of the total has been settled and three installments are still to be paid.”

Finally, Ongai emphasized that the foundation today owns more than 54,000 assets: “Despite the economic crisis, 97.5% was reached in compliance with the payment of the social quota. In addition, in 2022 the mass grew by 30% for the company, reaching today more than 54,000 partner “.

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