ACSI GOVERNANCE


Board
Member Council
Governance documents

 

ACSI is a public company limited by guarantee and is run by the Board, Member Council and staff.

 

BOARD

The Board charts the future direction of ACSI with input from the Member Council. It oversees ACSI’s finance, risk management and compliance, and appoints and reviews the performance of the Chief Executive Officer. The Board is made up of ten Larger Full Member representatives and four Smaller Full Member representatives, with the President and Deputy President elected from and by the Board. Current Board members are: 

 

Ian Silk1

Ian Silk (ACSI President)
Chief Executive
AustralianSuper

Antony Thow1

Antony Thow (Deputy President)
Chief Operating Officer
LUCRF Super
Julie Bignell
Julie Bignell
Member Director
CareSuper
Debby Blakey
Debby Blakey
Chief Executive Officer
HESTA
 Candy Broad
Candy Broad
Trustee Director
FIRST Super
Lou Capparelli
Lou  Capparelli
Manager, Equities
UniSuper






To be confirmed
Rest Industry Super
 David Elia
David Elia
Chief Executive Officer
Hostplus 
Donna Heffernan
Donna Heffernan
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Local Government Super
Joshua Lim 150 X 150 
Joshua Lim
Deputy Chief Executive Officer 
& Company Secretary
IFM Investors
John Livanas
 John Livanas
Chief Executive Officer
State Super
Liza McDonald
Liza McDonald
Head of Responsible Investments
First State Super 
Dave Noonan
 Dave Noonan
Member Director
Cbus Super
Michael Pennisi
Michael Pennisi
Chief Executive Officer
QSuper 
 
     

 
 

 

MEMBER COUNCIL

The Member Council establishes ACSI's strategic direction and serves as its policy making body. It meets quarterly and provides advice to the Board on a range of issues, including the annual business plan, the budget and the research program.  It seeks input from members in relation to ACSI policy and strategic priorities, and also provides members with information sharing and educational opportunities. Current Member Council representatives are: 

 

Julie Bignell
Julie Bignell
Member Director
CareSuper
Nicole Bradford
Nicole Bradford
Investment Manager, ESG
Cbus Super
Dmitry Capel
Dmitry Capel
Head of Equities and Governance 
Hostplus
Lou Capparelli  
Lou  Capparelli
Manager, Equities
UniSuper
Mary Delahunty 
Mary Delahunty
Head of Impact
HESTA
Andrew Gray
Andrew Gray
Manager, Investements, Governance
AustralianSuper
Skye King NGS
Skye King
Manager, Investment Governance
NGS Super
Jerom Lotscher
Jerom Lotscher
Investment Operations Officer
TWUSUPER
Liza McDonald
Liza McDonald
Head of Responsible Investment
First State Super
Alice Martin
 Alice Martin
Senior Manager, Responsible Investment
State Super
 
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Chris Newton
Executive Director,
Responsible Investment
IFM Investors
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Gerard Noonan
Chair
Media Super
Shaun OMalley
Shaun O'Malley
Investments Manager
MTAA Super
  Chris Parks small
Chris Parks
ESG Investment Strategist
QSuper
Anna Shelley
Anna Shelley
Chief Investment Officer
Catholic Super
 

 

 

 

 

BT Toh
Manager, Investment Strategy & Engagement
Rest Industry Super
Antony Thow1
Antony Thow
Chief Operating Officer
LUCRF Super
Bill Watson 
Bill Watson
Chief Executive Officer
FIRST Super
Moya Yip
Moya Yip
Head of Responsible Investment
Local Government Super 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 


  GOVERNANCE DOCUMENTS




Constitution of ACSI Limited

The Constitution sets out the manner in which the members of ACSI have agreed to conduct the internal administration of ACSI.

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ACSI FRAC Governance Charter

This charter outlines the key policies and processes for the governance of ACSI by its Finance, Risk and Audit Committee (FRAC).

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ACSI Beliefs

Our Beliefs reflect ACSI members’ commitment to the delivery of absolute real investment returns to their beneficiaries over the long-term. Commitment to our Beliefs is a prerequisite for membership of ACSI.

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ACSI Code of Conduct

The ACSI Code of Conduct explains how to apply the ACSI values and achieve our business objectives.

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ACSI Privacy Policy

This policy details how ACSI protects the privacy of information we contain.

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Philanthropic Policy

ACSI recognises that philanthropic and charitable organisations may own Australian equities as a part of their investment programs. Our Philanthropic Policy considers requests to provide our Voting Alert Services (VAS) free of charge on a case-by-case basis to these organisations.

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ACSI Financial Report 2018/19

This report details ACSI's Annual Financial Report for the year ended 30 June 2019.

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ACSI Panel Pledge

This policy ensures that events we participate in, organise or are associated with are gender balanced, including conferences, panels and seminars, among others. 

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