For the Fund’s proxy voting details refer to our Voting Policy (PDF, 152 KB) and proxy voting register (PDF, 2 MB).
When material changes are made to the fund we have a responsibility to inform our members, especially in circumstances where a change may have an impact on retirement savings.
A significant event notice (PDF, 115 KB) is sent when a change (or event) will affect a member’s investment. This could be a change in fees and costs, a change to insurance premiums or cover, or where a member’s benefit may be transferred without their consent.
These notices are sent out to all affected members, informing them of the decision and the impact it has on their account.
We will communicate these notices via our member newsletters, or in the event it occurs outside of the publication schedule a standalone communication will be sent.
Timing of significant event notices:
- Change or event that increases a fee or charge will be sent at least 30 days before it occurs.
- Change or event that does not relate to an increase to a fee or charge will be sent as soon as possible, but not later than 3 months after the change or event occurs.
A material business activity is one that has the potential, if disrupted, to have a significant impact on the Trustee’s business operations; the Trustee’s ability to manage risks effectively; the interests or reasonable expectations of beneficiaries; and/or the financial position of the Trustee or the Fund.
The Trustee has determined to outsource a range of material business activities, refer to our list of material service providers (PDF, 41 KB) for details.
As an industry superannuation fund, Catholic Super is run only to benefit members. Catholic Super’s remuneration practices reflect this, with the need to resource the fund in order to provide high quality service to members.
View a summary of the Board of Directors and Executive Officers remuneration (PDF, 53 KB).