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Corporate governance

The documents available on this page provide information about the LGS Board and management and how they manage the fund.

Trust Deed

THE TREASURER OF THE STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES (Treasurer)

and

LGSS PTY LIMITED (Trustee)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPERANNUATION SCHEME TRUST DEED AND RULES
CONSOLIDATION AS AT 2 November 2016

The Trust Deed and Rules are made up of:

Trust Deed
Schedule 1 - Accumulation Scheme
Schedule 2 - Retirement Scheme
Schedule 3 - Non-Contributory Scheme
Schedule 4 - Defined Benefit Scheme
Schedule 5 - Executive Scheme (closed effective 30 June 2013)
Schedule 6 - Rollover and Pension Fund (Rollover Plan closed effective 27 November 2013)
Schedule 7 - Public Offer Division

This consolidation is a working document compiled from electronic sources. All care has been taken in the preparation of this document, but it may contain minor discrepancies from the original Trust Deed and Amendments. In the event of such discrepancies, the original signed and sealed Trust Deed and Amendments are the only documents that should be relied upon.

Important documents
Report to the Trustee on the actuarial valuation of Pool B as at 30 June 2015 Letter of Compliance
Appointment and Removal of Directors Proxy Voting Policy
Benefit certificate Australian Financial Services Licence
Board Attendances  
Conflicts Management Framework Whistleblowing Policy
Constitution consolidated Material Outsource Service Providers
Executive Disclosure - Compensation Table Register of Relevant Interests and Duties
Executive Disclosure - General Table Registrable Superannuation Entity licence
Executive Disclosure - Payments and Benefits Table Register of significant event notifications
Proxy Voting Rights Exercised Financial Services Guide
Funding and Solvency Certificate Annual Reports

Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry was established on 14 December 2017.

It is anticipated that hearings in relation to the superannuation industry will commence in the second half of this year.

Local Government Super wishes to inform members that, in order to provide our members with an open opportunity to make submissions to the Commission, it will not seek to rely on or enforce non-disclosure obligations or confidentiality clauses in legal agreements we have entered into with our members to settle disputes.

This commitment relates only to submissions to be made to the Royal Commission and any examinations that might subsequently take place in the Royal Commission in relation to those submissions. Local Government Super maintains its rights under non-disclosure and confidentiality obligations in all other circumstances.

If any agreement entered into by the Fund and a member also involves one or more third parties, members will need to seek separate permission from those parties before making any such submission to the Royal Commission which would otherwise breach a non-disclosure or confidentiality obligation. We cannot waive those legal rights on behalf of third parties.