2022 Annual Member Meeting

AustralianSuper invites all members to attend its Annual Member Meeting (AMM). The purpose of the meeting is for the Chair, Chief Executive and senior Executives to update you on the performance of the Fund and provide an outlook for the year ahead. It is also an opportunity for members to ask questions about the governance and operation of the Fund.

Date and time

Date and time

Tuesday 29 November, 6.00pm – 7.45pm (AEDT).

Agenda

6.00pm Rose Kerlin, Group Executive Membership and Brand
Welcome
 
Dr Don Russell, Chair
Board Update
 
Paul Schroder, Chief Executive
Fund Update
 
Philippa Kelly, Investment Committee Chair
Investment Strategy & ESG
 
Mark Delaney, Deputy Chief Executive & Chief Investment Officer
Performance update
 
7.00pm
 
Questions
 
7.45pm Meeting concludes

Questions

Following the formal presentations, all members in attendance will have an opportunity to ask questions of the Board and Executives, in real time.

If it is not possible to answer all questions at the AMM, we will provide responses in the AMM Minutes. The Minutes will be available on the AustralianSuper website by 29 December 2022. Please note questions relating to personal circumstances will not be able to be addressed during the meeting due to privacy restrictions.

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SuperTalks & Information Booths

Before the formal events of the Annual Member Meeting, AustralianSuper’s expert educators will present webinars on a range of topics, commencing from 4pm. Each webinar will run for approximately 20 minutes. To benefit from the SuperTalks, choose the topics relevant to you when you register.

Members will also be able to access virtual Information Booths attended by AustralianSuper colleagues. The Information Booths will provide the opportunity to ask general questions on four key topics.

Registration

Registration is required to attend. Personalised links will be sent via email, or members may register via the below button.

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View the full Notice of Meeting emailed or posted to all members.

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