At Statewide Super, we’re committed to the highest levels of corporate governance. Our experienced Board of Directors set the strategic direction for the Fund, maintaining a high standard of ethical behaviour, transparency and accountability.
Our key focus is you
Our knowledgeable Board of Directors carefully assess all investments, with a primary focus on growing your superannuation to meet your future retirement needs. The Board also regularly reviews the business and operational investment performance of the Fund to achieve great outcomes for our members.
In keeping with the Statewide Super Risk Management Strategy, a major part of the Board’s work includes monitoring economic, business and operational risk. This strategy document details our approach to managing risk, and is available to members upon request. Request a printed copy. Request a free printed copy.
Board summary policies and disclosures
You can find out more about our Board-endorsed policies and disclosures, an overview of key policy areas in relation to the Fund and a list of our material outsourcing providers below.
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|The latest Statewide Trust Deed||Download|
|The latest Statewide Constitution||Download|
|Statewide Board Charter includes rules relating to the nomination, appointment and removal of directors||Download|
|The most recent actuarial review for each defined benefit sub-fund- Salarylink Sub-Fund and CCASP Sub-Fund||Download |
|Statewide's latest Product Disclosure Statements (PDS) and Financial Services Guide||View|
|Statewide's Annual Report||View|
|Summary of Significant Event Notices in the last 2 years||View|
|Information about each Statewide Super executive officer||View|
|Directors attendances at Board meetings for the last 7 years||Download|
|A register of relevant interests and duties||Download|
|Statewide's proxy voting policies||View|
|Summary of exercised proxy voting rights||View|
|Annual Financial Statements for the RSE Licensee||View|
|Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report||Download|
|Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter||Download|
|Performance evaluations are undertaken annually for each director of the Statewide Super Board and each member of the Leadership Team. The evaluations most recently took place in June 2018.|
|AIST Governance Code:|
|The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) is the peak representative body for the $1.2 trillion profit-to-member superannuation sector. The AIST has published a principles based Governance Code which goes beyond current regulatory requirements and creates a new standard of best practice in Australia. Statewide Super is proud to report that it is fully compliant with the Code.|
|For gender diversity on the Board, the Trustee seeks to achieve a composition which includes a minimum of 50% female directors. For the 2017/18 financial year, this target was not met. 3 of the 11 directors appointed to the Board were female.|
|Executive Officers and Individual Trustee Remuneration (This information will be updated by 31 October each year):|
|- 2016 - 2017 information |
- 2015 - 2016 information