Conflicts Management Policy
- Ongoing identification and registration of personal financial conflicts of interest, such as the shareholdings of individual Trustee or interests in contracts awarded by the Trustee, and
- Identification of possible and actual conflicts arising from any other offices, functions or interests held by Trustee– such as executive roles in the sponsoring organisation or controlling entity or roles in the organisation which has nominated the Board member.
- The Trustee is committed to being impartial and fair in dealings with members, employers, service providers, regulators, sponsors and the general public. Their trust, confidence and support of the Trustee’s goals and objectives are necessary if the Trustee is to be successful.
- Responsible Persons and employees of the Fund must ensure that opportunities do not exist for their interests, or those of people close to them, to conflict with the impartial performance of their duties as either a Responsible Person and employees.
- Responsible Persons and employees are required to avoid conflicts where it is possible to do so.
- Any potential, actual or perceived conflict between an individual's interests and those of the beneficiaries of Energy Super must be resolved in favour of the beneficiaries of Energy Super.
Register of relevant duties and interests
- all directors of the Trustee
- all key Executive Officers.
- an approved auditor
- the appointed actuary
A relevant duty is, other directorships or employment a responsible person may hold and a relevant interest in any major shareholdings.
- Our Voting Policy
- Financial Reports and Statements
Outsourced Service Providers
Outsourced services providers are used to assist in the management of Energy Super.
At Energy Super, the Board and Executive Management are committed to promoting and achieving the highest standards of legal, ethical and moral behaviour. Energy Super’s Whistleblower Policy has been put in place to ensure that Whistleblowers can make a Protected Disclosure without being subject to victimisation, harassment or discriminatory treatment. The Policy applies to the following individuals who make, or attempt to make, a Protected Disclosure:
- Employees of ESI Financial Services Pty Ltd;
- Directors or Specialist Committee Members of an entity in the ESI Group;
- Suppliers or contractors (or an employee of a supplier or contractor where paid or unpaid) of the ESI Group;
- An individual who is an associate of the ESI Group;
- An officer or employee of a body corporate that is a trustee, custodian or an investment manager of Energy Super; or
- A spouse, relative or dependant of any of the above, or of such an individual’s spouse.
If you are an individual listed above and wish to raise a concern under the Whistleblower Policy, you can make a report through the External Whistleblower Service. This independent service is provided by Deloitte and provides the means for a Whistleblower to report securely, confidentially and anonymously. Reports can be made through the External Whistleblower Service at the following website:
In addition to using this service, an external Whistleblower can make a Protected Disclosure by contacting the ESI Group’s General Counsel via post to the attention of “The ESI Group General Counsel” at:
PO Box 1006
Brisbane QLD 4000
AIST Governance Code
AIST’s Governance Code has been developed to promote continuous improvement in governance practices and aims to cement profit-to-member funds as the leading superannuation sector. The principles-based Code goes beyond current regulatory requirements and creates a new standard of governance best practice in Australia.
The Energy Super Board adopted the Code and the Code Compliance Statement has been prepared to summarise the Trustee’s approach to complying with the Code, specifically details of its compliance with the Code for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
Unit Pricing Error Resolution
Where the Trustee determines that current members have been adversely impacted, we shall seek to return the member to their corrected position.
Payments to a former Member and beneficiaries of less than $20 will not normally be made. This threshold is generally consistent with regulatory practice guidelines and industry standards.
Annual Member Meeting Minutes
The minutes for the 2019 Annual Member Meeting are located below.
The responses to the 2019 Annual Member Meeting questions are located below
Member Outcomes Assessment
As part of the framework under which Energy Super operates, each year we must assess whether the outcomes we seek to provide members have been and will be provided. Our Member Outcomes Statement has been prepared for the period ending 30 June 2020 and summaries how those outcomes have been meet and could be improved.
Modern Slavery Act and Statement
Energy Super has a zero tolerance approach to modern slavery in all forms, and is committed to using best endeavours to ensure that modern slavery does not occur nor is taking place in any part of our business or supply chains. This Modern Slavery Statement outlines the actions taken by Energy Super to identify and mitigate the risk of modern slavery in our business and supply chains, over the year ending 30 June 2020. This Statement has been prepared to comply with the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth).
- Download the Directors and Executive Officer Remuneration 2019-20
- Alignment with values
- Appropriate risk behaviour
Product and Service Updates
- Download the Summary of significant event and material change notifications (issued to members for the past three years).