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Registry of Friendly Societies Annual Report 2017

Introduction

The Registry of Friendly Societies (RFS) is a statutory office of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation.

The Registry of Friendly Societies deals with three different entity types, namely Industrial and Provident Societies which in the main consist of co-operatives; Friendly Societies; and Trade Unions which include employee unions, employer associations and trade associations.

The principal legislation governing these entities is:

  • Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, 1893 – 2014.
  • Friendly Societies Acts, 1896 – 2014.
  • Trade Union Acts, 1871 – 1990.

Statement of Strategy

The Mission Statement of the Registry of Friendly Societies is:

"To ensure that the various mutual entities registered at the Registry, which are subject to general regulation and supervision in varying degrees by the Registrar of Friendly Societies, comply with their statutory obligations and to maintain an up to date public record on those entities"

This mission statement is accomplished through two core objectives, namely:

  • The efficient and effective registration and general regulation of Industrial and Provident Societies, Friendly Societies and Trade Unions.
  • The provision of an efficient and effective service to the public.

2017 Overview

At the end of 2017 there were 927 Industrial and Provident Societies, 46 Friendly Societies and 56 Trade Unions on the register, making for a combined total of 1029 registered entities. As such 2017 saw an increase of 17 in the number of societies/trade unions on the register compared to the end of 2016.

The charts below show the ratio of Industrial and Provident Societies, Friendly Societies and Trade Unions on the register at 31st December 2017, and over the years 2008 – 2017.

Ratio of I&P Societies, Friendly Societies and Trade Unions at end 2017.
Ratio of I&P Societies, Friendly Societies and Trade Unions 2008-2017.

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The fluctuation in number each year is as a result of new acknowledgements of registry, restorations, cancellations, amalgamations, transfer of engagements, dissolutions and liquidations.

Details of the various registrations completed during 2017 are set out in the following pages of this report.

There are additional matters which a registered society or trade union must register or record in addition to sending annual returns and accounts to the Registrar, and these matters include:

  • partial and complete rule amendments/alterations
  • changes of name and registered office
  • special resolutions

Details of each of the above matters are also included in this report.

The RFS customer service targets regarding processing applications and making documents available to the public range from five to ten working days in respect of correctly completed applications, and are dependent on the nature of the application involved.

From time to time the RFS carries out targeted enforcement campaigns aimed at identifying societies and unions overdue in their annual return filing obligations, seeking their compliance in coming up-to-date on the register and, where this cannot be achieved, ultimately cancelling the registration of those entities and removing them from the register. The RFS continues to monitor compliance with a view to encouraging all societies to file on a timely basis and where necessary will initiate further targeted compliance and enforcement drives.

The RFS collaborates with the Companies Registration Office (CRO) regarding making information available to the public on-line, and to this end general information and prescribed forms pertaining to industrial and provident societies, friendly societies, and trade unions are available on the RFS section of the CRO website at www.cro.ie.

Statutorily filed RFS documents pertaining to Industrial and Provident Societies, filed from 2010 onwards, including annual returns, are available on-line via the CRO/RFS website for purchase. This allows members of the public to view and check the status of Industrial and Provident Societies and purchase registered documents via the CRO/RFS website and has eliminated the need for in-person callers to the Office for this purpose. Payments are made by Credit/Debit card.

Access to public record files for inspection and/or purchase of copies of registered documents in respect of all entities registered by the RFS is also facilitated through the public enquiries counter in the CRO at Bloom House, Gloucester Place Lower, Dublin 1 during the hours 9.30 to 13.00 and 14.15 to 16.30 Monday to Friday.

As most public record files are now stored off-site it is advisable to make an appointment before attending the office to view a public record file.

During 2017, fees received in the RFS amounted to €57,325.94 compared to €46,177.36 for 2016.

The RFS engaged throughout the year with stakeholders and the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation (Co-Operative Legislation Unit) in relation to matters of common interest and issues of policy concerning societies and trade unions.

In December 2017 the RFS began a major IT project designed to provide an up to date filing environment for entities registered by it. It is expected that this project will be completed in late 2018. When completed, entities registered by the RFS will be able to file certain commonly filed documents, including annual returns, online and going forward there will be an online search facility for all documents filed in RFS. Electronic payments will also be facilitated.

Industrial and Provident Societies

During the year under review the RFS registered 32 new societies and no societies were restored to the register.

A number of existing societies amended their rules either partially or completely during the year and a total of 14 societies were cancelled, 8 by initiation of the Registrar, 6 at their own request, 1 company was converted to a society and no societies converted to companies in 2017.

Following cancellation Societies lose all privileges granted under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts 1893-2014 which includes the loss of limited liability.

Friendly Societies

Since the enactment of the Friendly Societies and Industrial & Provident Societies (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2014 it is no longer possible to register a new friendly society. No society was restored to the register in 2017. One society was cancelled at its own request. One society had partial amendments to rules registered during the year. No society had a complete amendment to rules registered during 2017.

Trade Unions

No new trade union was registered in 2017. No trade union was cancelled at its own request or following dissolution. 2 trade unions had partial amendment of rules and 2 trade unions had complete alteration of rules registered during the year. 1 trade union had an instrument of transfer of engagements registered.

Overview of Energy – S.I. 542 of 2009

S.I. 542 of 2009 requires public sector organisations to report annually on their energy usage and actions taken to reduce consumption.

At the end of 2017, the RFS had a staffing complement of 4, (including Registrar) with certain staffing positions also having responsibilities and core functions in the CRO, including the Registrar of Friendly Societies who is also the Registrar of Companies. The RFS shared accommodation and many administration services including energy consumption with the CRO at its Dublin location.

Overview of Energy Usage in 2017

The CRO and Registry of Friendly Societies is in Bloom House, Gloucester Place Lower, Dublin 1 and O’Brien Road, Carlow.

The CRO was previously the minor energy user of Parnell House (45%) and shared the building along with a canteen, 3 meeting rooms, toilets and the reception area with The Registry of Friendly Societies (RFS) and The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC). CRO Carlow is the minor energy user of O’Brien Road (45%) and shares the building with the Workplace Relations Commission while also sharing canteen facilities, toilets and the reception area.

Parnell House held a D2 energy rating, while O’Brien Road, Carlow has a D1 rating.

Bloom House has a Building Energy Rating of B3. BER No: 800191413. Energy Performance Indicator: 77.12kg CO2 /m2 /yr.

  • Energy Saving related emails to staff reminding everyone to turn off PC monitors, printers etc. each evening (both locations).
  • Monthly ‘No-Lift Days’ (Parnell House/Bloom House).
  • Out of Hours Energy Audits (Parnell House).
  • Air Handling Unit operating hours monitored continuously (Parnell House/Bloom House).
  • Heating timers regularly programmed in line with current weather conditions (both locations).

In May 2017, the RFS moved to its new location in Bloom House, Gloucester Place Lower, Dublin 1.

Warrant of Authorisation

During 2017 the following persons were authorised pursuant to the Friendly Societies Acts to exercise and perform the powers, functions and duties of the Registry of Friendly Societies:

  • Ms Maureen O’Sullivan Registrar of Friendly Societies
  • Mr Scott Foley Manager, Registry of Friendly Societies to November 2017
  • Mr Gary Ward Manager, Registry of Friendly Societies from November 2017
  • Ms Mary Giblin Executive Officer, Registry of Friendly Societies
Industrial and Provident Societies

Legislation

The principal legislation relating to Industrial and Provident Societies (most of which are Co-Operative Societies) is as follows:

  • Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, 1893 - 2014.

Other Legislation

  • Industrial and Provident Society Regulations, 1894 - 1914
  • Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1913
  • Agriculture Co-Operative Societies (Debentures) Act, 1934
  • Industrial and Provident Societies (Forms) Regulations, 1986
  • Investment Funds, Companies and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2005
  • Companies Act 2014
  • Industrial and Provident Societies (Fees) Regulations, 2012
  • Competition Acts, 2002 - 2014
  • European Communities (European Cooperative Society) Regulations 2009 - SI No. 433 of 2009
  • European Communities (Consumer Credit Agreements) Regulations 2010 - SI No. 281 of 2010

Registration

The number of newly registered Industrial and Provident Societies in 2017 amounted to 32 (includes one company converted to a society), no societies were restored to the register in 2017. 3 societies were amalgamated to form a new society, 1 society was converted from a company to a society, 14 societies were cancelled (8 on completion of liquidation, 6 at their own request) and no societies were converted to a company in 2017.

This shows an increase of 18 in the number of societies on the register during the period under review.

Number of Industrial and Provident Societies on the register

* 2 societies were entered twice on annual report for last year, in error, so figure at beginning of year 2017 should read 909 and not 911.

Societies by Category

** 2 societies were entered twice on annual report for last year, in error, so figure at beginning of year 2017 should read 909 and not 911.

Registration

Thirty two new societies were registered in 2017, namely:

  • ‘An Meitheal’co-Operative Society Limited 5680R
  • Macgill Co-Operative Housing Society Limited 5681R
  • Doras Co-Operative Housing Society Limited 5682R
  • Ralahine Co-Operative Housing Society Limited 5683R
  • Killeen Brockagh Ballintemple Group Water Co-Operative Society Limited 5684R
  • Kildysart Coolmeen Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5685R
  • Bellerin Holdings Limited 5686R
  • Kilmurry Industrial & Provident Society Limited 5687R
  • Punch’s Cross Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5688R
  • Knockauns Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Socieity Limited 5689R
  • Resonate Beyond Streaming Limited (Conversion From Company) 5690R
  • West Limerick Group Water Scheme Society Limited (Amalgamation of 3 Societies) 5691R
  • Tonacrick-Cuilnakillew Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Societylimited 5692R
  • Rathfalla Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5693R
  • Thatch Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5694R
  • Old Ross Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5695R
  • Oran Psv Co-Operative Society Limited 5696R
  • Rathbeale Industrial And Provicent Society Limited 5697R
  • College Proteins Group Society Limited 5698R
  • Wexford Supporters Trust Co-Operative Limited 5699R
  • Carty Crew Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5700R
  • Glan Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5701R
  • Mozarene Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5702R
  • Perrache Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5703R
  • Newgrange Farmers Society Limited 5704R
  • Breveiga Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5705R
  • Hopford Society Limited 5706R
  • Poolstream Society Limited 5707R
  • Priceville Society Limited 5708R
  • F &Of Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5709R
  • Mallon Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5710R
  • Aluren Industrial And Provident Society Limited 5711R

Restoration

No Industrial and Provident Societies were restored to the register in 2017.

Amendments to Rules

Nine complete and seventeen partial amendments of rules were registered in 2017.

The following is the list of societies which had a complete amendment to rules during 2017:

  • Co-Operative Housing Ireland Society Limited 3174 R
  • Dublin Inner City Co-Operative Society Limited 5628 R
  • Capel Property Co-Operative Society Limited 5601 R
  • Ornua Co-Operative Limited 3221 R
  • Comharchumann Shailearna Teoranta 4215 R
  • Comharchumann Forbartha Cill Tseadhna Teo 5442 R
  • Kilkenny Community Communications Co-Operative Society Limited 4123 R
  • Comharchumann Radio Atha Cliath Teoranta 4526 R
  • Brusna Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5254R

The following is the list of societies which had a partial amendment to rules during 2017:

  • Lacpatrick Co-Operative Society Limited 5644R
  • Glanbia Co-Operative Society Limited 4928R
  • Comhar Cunnradh Na Boinne Teoranta 3202R
  • Lakeland Dairiies Co-Operative Society Limited 4622R
  • Kenagh Community Co-Operative Society Limited 4747R
  • Dublin 15 Community Broadcasting Co-Operative Society Limited 4611R
  • Liffey Sound Communications Co-Operative Society Limited 5193R
  • Bandon Co-Operative Agricultural And Dairy Society Limited 1804R
  • Munster Co-Operative Housing Society Limited 5421R
  • Alton Management Limited 3919R
  • Glanbia Co-Operative Society Limited 4928R
  • Centenary Thurles Co-Operative Society Limited 3303R
  • Muintir Na Coille Co-Operative Society Limited 5500R
  • Wexford Farmers’ Co-Operative Society Limited 2975R
  • Tipperary Mid-West Radio Co-Operative Society Limited 4460R
  • Galway Taxi Co-Operative Society Limited 4374R
  • Athenry Co-Operative Mart Limited 2934R

Change of Name

Three societies changed their names in 2017, namely:

  • Crosserlough Co-Operative Agricultural Society Limited changed to Crosserlough Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 3628 R
  • Comharchumann Forbartha Chill Tseadna Teoranta changed to Comharchumann Forbartha Cill Tseadhna Teo 5442 R
  • Comharchumann Sacair Na Gaillimhe/Galway Soccer Co-Operative Society Limited changed to Galway United Friends Co-Operative Society Limited 5629 R

Amalgamations

  • Cappagh Group Water Scheme Society Limited 4472 R
  • Croagh and Farrendonnelly Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5359 R
  • Killeedy Water Co-Operative Society Limited 4887 R

The three societies named above were amalgamated in 2017 to form West Limerick Group Water Scheme Society Limited 5691 R.

Transfer of Engagements

There was no transfer of engagements in 2017.

Conversion of an Industrial and Provident Society to a Company

No society converted to a company during 2017.

Conversion from a Company to an Industrial and Provident Society

One society converted from a company to an Industrial and Provident Society during 2017.

  • Resonate Beyond Streaming Limited (5690 R) formerly company number 591060.

Cancellation at request of Society

The following 6 societies were cancelled at the request of the society during 2017:

  • Cappagh Group Water Scheme Society Limited 4472 R
  • Croagh and Farrendonnelly Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5359 R
  • Dublin/Meath Growers Society Limited 4305 R
  • Irish Speckle Park Cattle Society Limited 5466 R
  • Killeedy Water Co-Operative Society Limited 4887 R
  • Tarten Scurmore Lisphilip Group Water Scheme Co-Operative Society Limited 5277 R

Societies cancelled and dissolved

8 societies were cancelled, one of which was also dissolved on completion of liquidation during 2017.

Cancelled and Dissolved

  • Fulford Finance Society Limited 3891 R

Cancelled

  • Fulford Finance Society Limited 3891 R
  • Dublin Consumers Co-Operative Society Limited 3341 R
  • Abbey Estates Limited 2205 R
  • Old Belvedere Housing Society Limited 1942 R
  • County Meath Agriculture Society Limited 398 R
  • Maryfield Estate Limited 2628 R
  • Kimmage & District Co-Operative Society Limited 2248 R
  • The National Housing Society Limited 1945 R

Societies cancelled by Instrument of Dissolution

No societies were cancelled by Instrument of Dissolution during 2017.

Liquidations

3 appointments of liquidators were received in 2017:

  • The Irish Agricultural Wholesale Society Limited 182 R
  • Dunlaoi Teoranta 2515 R
  • Lough Ross Co-Operative Society Limited 5651 R

Liquidations continued in the case of:

  • Flipper Limited (in liquidation) 3796R
  • Ballymun Community Workshop Society Limited (in liquidation) 4247R
  • Comharchumann Chonamara Thiar Teoranta (in liquidation) 3707R
  • Comhar Chumann Inis Meain Teo (in liquidation) 3589R
  • Irish Road Haulage Co-Operative Society Limited (in liquidation) 4204R
  • • Comharchumann Ghael Thionscal Traidisiunta agus Oidhreachta Teoranta (in liquidation) 5370R
  • Crannac Co-Operative Society Limited (in liquidation) 3211R
  • Springmount Co-Operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Limited (in liquidation) 167R
  • Harolds Cross District Co-Operative Society Limited (in liquidation) 2236R
  • Buildmore Public Utility Society Limited (in liquidation) 2251R
  • St Barnabas Public Utility Society Limited 1520R
  • Dublin Regional Utility Society Limited (in liquidation) 2429R
  • Horton Utility Society Limited (in liquidation) 2561R
  • Ashbourne Housing Society Limited (in liquidation) 2686R
  • Carysfort Development Limited (in liquidation) 2765R
  • Moor-Hill Co-Operative Society Limited (in liquidation) 2856R
  • Trogir Products Limited (in liquidation) 3788R
  • A1 South Coast Fishermen’s Co-Operative Society Limited (in liquidation) 4591R
  • Tobin Investment Society Limited (In liquidation) 4209R

Prohibition on Raising of Funds

Under Section 6 of the Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1978 certain types of industrial and provident societies are not allowed to raise funds (otherwise than by way of subscriptions for shares where the aggregate sum being raised does not exceed €12,697 in any six month period) except under and in accordance with the written permission of the Registrar. The Registrar cannot give such permission unless she is satisfied that it is in the interests of the public or creditors of a society or of the orderly and proper regulation of the business of the society to do so.

Such permission is not required in the case of a loan made to a society by a bank.

During 2017, the Registrar gave permission under Section 6 of the Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1978 in the following cases:

  • Comharchumann Forbartha Àrann Teoranta 4660 R
  • Finn Harps Co-Operative Society Limited 4898 R
  • ACM Community Development Society Limited 5140 R
  • Rockfield Community Co-Operative Society Limited 5571 R
  • Claremorris and Western District Energy Society Limited 5637 R

Consumer Credit Directive

Under the Consumer Credit Directive, 2008/48/EC and the European Communities (Consumer Credit Agreements) Regulations 2010. S.I. No. 281 of 2010, three credit union co-operative societies have exemptions to parts 2-7 of the regulations:

  • Ardlea Co-operative Limited 2924R
  • Artane Credit Union Co-operative Limited 2840R
  • Finglas West Credit Union Co-operative Limited 2841R

Deposit Taking Industrial and Provident Societies

Legislation

This is a class of industrial and provident society for which special legislative provision was made in Part II of the Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1978.

The principal legislation relating to these societies is as follows:

  • Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, 1893 - 2014.

Other Legislation

  • Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1978 (Section 5(3)) Regulations, 1983
  • Industrial and Provident Societies (Amendment) Act, 1978 (Section 5(3)) Regulations, 1988

Deposit Taking Societies on Register

The following deposit taking society is on the Register:

  • Hibernian Investments Limited 3537R
Friendly Societies

Legislation

The principal legislation relating to societies registered under the Friendly Societies Acts is as follows:

  • Friendly Societies Acts, 1896-2014
  • Insurance Act, 1989
  • Electoral Act, 1997 (as amended)

Other Legislation

  • Friendly Societies Regulations, 1897-1903.
  • Registrar of Friendly Societies (Adaptation) Order, 1926.
  • European Communities (Non-Life Insurance) Regulations, 1976.
  • European Communities (Life Assurance) Regulations, 1984.
  • Friendly Societies Regulations, 1988.
  • Friendly Societies Regulations, 1992.
  • Friendly Societies (Fees) Regulations, 1995.
  • Friendly Societies Regulations, 2002.
  • European Communities (Consumer Credit Agreements) Regulations 2010 - SI. No. 281 of 2010.

Registration

In accordance with the Friendly Societies and Industrial and Provident Societies (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2014 it is no longer possible to register a new friendly society. One society was cancelled during the year and no society was restored in 2017.

The number of registered societies and branches at 31st December 2017 was 46.

Number of Friendly Societies on the register
Societies by Category *1810 F Irish Defence Force Veterans Association included in societies with branches in error on previous reports, now included in ordinary societies. 1809 F Waterford Muslim Society included in benevolent societies in error on previous reports.

Change of Name

No societies changed name in 2017.

Restorations

No society was restored to the register in 2017.

Amendment of Rules

There was one partial amendment of rules registered during 2017 and no complete amendment to rules registered.

The society that had a partial amendment of rules registered was:

  • St. Paul’s Garda Medical Aid Society 1657F

Cancellations and Suspensions

During 2017 one society was cancelled at its own request:

  • Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland 1781 F

No society was cancelled by means of an Instrument of Dissolution in 2017.

Liquidations

No liquidator was appointed to a Friendly Society in 2017.

Liquidations continued in the following Friendly Societies:

  • Dublin Loan Fund Society 151 SAL
  • Geesala Agricultural Bank 186 SA
  • Three Mile House Credit Society 469 SA
  • Transport Employees Tontine and Benefit Society 1656 F
Trade Unions

Legislation

The principal legislation relating to trade unions registered under the Trade Union Acts is as follows:

  • Trade Union Act, 1871
  • Trade Union (Amendment) Act, 1876
  • Trade Union Act, 1913
  • Trade Union Act, 1941
  • Trade Union Act, 1975
  • Industrial Relations Act, 1990
  • Electoral Act, 1997 (as amended)

Other Legislation

  • Trade Union Regulations, 1876
  • Trade Union Amalgamations Regulations, 1976
  • Trade Union (Fees) Regulations, 1995

Registration

No new trade union registered during 2017:

The number of registered trade unions at 31st December 2017 was 56, comprising 39 employee unions, 11 employer associations and 6 trade associations.

Number of Trade Unions on the Register
Trade Unions by Type

Alterations of Rules

Two partial amendments and two complete amendment to rules were registered in 2017.

Partial alteration of rules:

  • Irish Business and Employers Confederation 454T
  • Financial Services Union (FSU) 461T

Change of Name

One trade union changed its name in 2017:

  • IBOA – The Finance Union changed its name to Financial Services Union (FSU) 461T

Political Funds

During 2017, no new funds were registered and no disputes under existing funds were referred to the Registrar.

The following trade unions have political funds:

  • Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland 551T
  • Bakery and Food Workers’ Amalgamated Union 245T
  • Irish National Teachers Organisation 351T
  • Services, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU) 598T
Total Amount in Political Funds of Trade Unions at 31st December 2016*
Total Amount in Political Funds of Trade Union at 31st December 2013*

*Latest year for which full information is available

Certification

The following unregistered trade unions hold certificates under section 2(3) of the Trade Union Act, 1913 certifying that each is a trade union within the meaning of the Act:

  • Electricity Supply Board Staff Association
  • Irish Nurses Union.
Miscellaneous Functions of the Registrar

The Registrar has arbitration and dispute resolution functions under the following legislation:

  • Section 49 Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893 - decision of disputes;
  • Section 50 Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893 - calling a general meeting of society;
  • Section 68 Friendly Societies Act, 1896 - disputes between a member(s) and a society;
  • Section 3(2) Trade Union Act, 1913 - disputes concerning political funds;
  • Section 10 Trade Union Act, 1975 - disputes concerning the passing of resolutions approving amalgamations of trade unions;
  • Section 16(5) Industrial Relations Act, 1990 - enforcement of rule for secret ballot;
  • Section 30(3) Finance Act, 1940 - Savings Certificates;
  • The Post Office Savings Bank Acts [S.I. No. 19/1966-Savings Banks (Disputes) Order, 1966].

The Registrar also has functions under the following legislation:

  • Regulation 3(9) European Communities (Consumer Credit Agreements) Regulations 2010 - exemption criteria.

A Special General Meeting of the Inishowen Tourism Society Limited was arranged for 26th October 2017 following receipt of an application under Section 50 of the Industrial & Provident Societies Act, 1893 by the Registrar on 12th July 2017 from the requisite number of members of the Society. However, the meeting did not take place as there were insufficient members in attendance to constitute a quorum under the rules of the society and the meeting could not proceed.

List of Industrial and Provident Societies on the Register at 31 December 2017
List of Friendly Societies on the Register at 31 December 2017
List of Trade Unions on the Register at 31 December 2017

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