Disclosures

We take governance, disclosure and transparency of the superannuation system seriously.

All UniSuper directors, committee members and employees abide by a code of conduct that promotes professional, fair and ethical standards of behaviour. This helps us manage our business within the strict legal environment in which we operate and sets out the responsibility and accountability of UniSuper to investigate reports of unethical practices. The code is part of the induction process for all employees who must sign an annual declaration confirming their understanding and compliance with the Code.

UniSuper is also required by law to disclose on its website information and documents relating to UniSuper Management Pty Ltd and UniSuper Limited (As the Trustee), along with the remuneration details of its Directors and Executive Leadership Team. This page contains links to these documents and will be updated regularly.

If you have any questions or require further information about the documents below please contact us.

Diversity and Inclusion Policy

This policy sets out guiding principles and expectations for all employees, which ultimately underpins UniSuper’s ability to successfully deliver on the business strategy and its commitment to members.

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Group Conflicts Management Policy

UniSuper’s policy for conflict management

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Outsourced providers for UniSuper Management

A list of outsourced providers UniSuper Management has used

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Register of Relevant Interests and Relevant Duties

Register of Relevant Interests and Relevant Duties

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Remuneration of directors and executive officers

Remuneration of UniSuper directors and executive officers for 2018/19

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Report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency 2018-19

This document sets out UniSuper's workplace profile as reported to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency for 2019.

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Statement of governance practice

The statement of governance practice for UniSuper

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Summary of the actuarial investigation of UniSuper at 1 July 2018

The most recent actuarial report completed for UniSuper.

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Summary of UniSuper significant event notices sent

A brief description of the most recent significant event notices (SEN) we’ve sent to members

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Report on AIST Governance Code

The report on AIST governance code as at 1 July 2018

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Tax transparency report 2017

The UniSuper Board is committed to maintaining an open and transparent approach in respect to tax. This report meets the set of principles and minimum standards for large businesses on public disclosure of tax information recommended under the Voluntary Tax Transparency Code in respect to the year ended 30 June 2017.

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Tax transparency report 2018

The UniSuper Board is committed to maintaining an open and transparent approach in respect to tax. This report meets the set of principles and minimum standards for large businesses on public disclosure of tax information recommended under the Voluntary Tax Transparency Code in respect to the year ended 30 June 2018.

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UniSuper Code of Conduct

UniSuper’s Code of Conduct promotes professional, fair and ethical standards of behaviour for Directors, Officers and Committee Consultants of UniSuper. The Code is not intended to be exhaustive nor detract from any obligations imposed under law.

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UniSuper Limited (USL) annual financial statement for 2018-19

A summary of UniSuper Limited’s annual financial statement for 2018/19.

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