Governance

Aracon Superannuation Pty Ltd (Aracon) understands the prudential obligations and the need to operate a robust risk management and compliance framework that meets all of the requirements imposed by the industry regulators, APRA and ASIC.

The Risk Management Framework (RMF) sets out and identifies all material risks applicable to the Aracon superannuation Fund. Risk management is implemented through Aracon’s robust internal compliance capabilities supported by a web enabled compliance system.

The Board of Aracon and its various committees, receive regular reporting on all risk and compliance and investment related matters to ensure that the systems, procedures and controls that address compliance remain relevant, and to ensure that any remedial action, if required, is implemented appropriately.

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Board
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Board composition

Directors

    • Geoff Peck (Chair)
    • Alan Hayden
    • Christine Cameron

Audit, Risk, Compliance &
Complaints Committee

  • Alan Hayden (Chair)
  • Christine Cameron
  • Geoff Peck

Investment committee

  • Christine Cameron (Chair)
  • Alan Hayden
  • Geoff Peck

Remuneration committee

    • Alan Hayden (Chair)
    • Geoff Peck

Responsible persons

    • Craig Giffin
    • Brian Stieg
    • Anthony Walsh

Proxy Voting

Aracon did not exercise any voting rights up to 31 December 2019.

Roles of the Committees

Audit, Risk, Compliance and Complaints Committee (ARCCC)

The role of the ARCCC is to assist the Board of Directors of the Trustee in fulfilling its statutory, corporate governance and oversight responsibilities in respect of audit, risk management, compliance and complaints (including member insurance).

Investment Committee (IC)

The role of the IC is to assist the Board of Directors of the Trustee in fulfilling its investment governance and oversight of the Fund’s investment policy and portfolio management of the Sub Plan’s investments

Remuneration Committee (RC)

The role of the RC is to assist the Board of Directors of the Trustee in fulfilling its statutory, corporate governance and oversight responsibilities in respect of remuneration of the Fund’s Responsible Persons.