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.
- Download the Directors and Executive Officer Remuneration 2016/17
- 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).