With almost 32,000 members and about $7 billion in assets, Qantas Super is now one of Australia’s largest corporate super funds, and is run entirely for the benefit of members.
Exemplary governance is one of the core foundations of our business strategy. This regulates everything we do, including how objectives are set and achieved, how risk is monitored and assessed and how performance is optimised.
Here’s some information about how we manage governance at Qantas Super.
Qantas Superannuation Plan Trust Deed and Rules (This document is 300+ pages and about 1Mb in size*.)
Other important governance documents
Nomination, appointment and removal of trustee directors
This actuarial report into Qantas Super (as at 1 July 2016) was prepared by Russell Investments Employee Benefits Pty Ltd, a member of Russell Investments.
Note: The document is 133 pages long and about 1.3Mb in size*.
Our service providers
This document sets out the name and ABN for each material outsourced service provider which provides a service that may affect a material business activity of Qantas Super.
Remuneration report and disclosure
- Remuneration report – Directors and Executive Officers
- Remuneration report – general information for disclosure
A summary of our conflicts management policy
One of our obligations is to ensure we manage any real or perceived conflicts when it comes to directors or executives undertaking their roles.
You can also see copies of the register of relevant duties and interests:
- as at 30 September 2017
- as at 30 June 2017
- as at 31 March 2017
- as at 31 December 2016
- as at 30 September 2016
- as at 30 June 2016
- as at 31 March 2016
- as at 31 December 2015
- as at 30 September 2015
- as at 30 June 2015
- as at 31 March 2015
- as at 31 December 2014
- as at 30 September 2014
- as at 1 July 2014
Summary of significant events and material change notices
This report sets out the significant event and material change notices that have been provided to members since 1 July 2012.
Proxy voting guidelines
Our Proxy Voting Guidelines define our approach to exercising our voting rights on investments held on your behalf. These guidelines relate to all relevant investments including listed equities, unlisted property, infrastructure and any other votable instrument. We believe that active ownership of our investments is consistent with the best financial interests of members as a whole.
Summary of voting exercised in 2016/2017
This is a summary of every shareholder vote that has been made on our behalf in relation to shares in listed companies during the 2016/2017 financial year. Each vote sets out the company, the specific vote, the date the vote was recorded and how we voted. These voting records have been provided by the parties that have been delegated to vote on our behalf. The votes are exercised in line with our proxy voting guidelines which were in place during the 2016/2017 financial year.
Complying Superannuation Fund Notice
*Disclaimer: Please note these documents may be long and very large in size. Qantas Super is not responsible for any charges you incur if you choose to download these documents.