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The AIST Board has the authority to establish board committees and ad hoc committees to assist its work, but retains overriding responsibility for any delegated activity. Within this context the Board may:
The Board determines the Chairperson of each committee at its first meeting each year. The composition of the committees may include AIST directors and/or staff and industry experts who are also AIST members. The committees report to the Board and must exercise their delegated powers in accordance with any board directions.
Each committee established by the Board is required to adopt a charter that must be approved by the Board. The charter must set out the committee's composition, responsibilities and other matters relating to its effective operation. All committees must adhere to the principles contained in the AIST Board Charter.
Finance, Risk & Audit Committee
Policy & Governance Committee
The Finance, Risk & Audit Committee is a Board business committee, with the delegated authority and responsibility of overseeing AIST's financial operations, audit requirements and risk assessments, in particular:
The Finance, Risk & Audit Committee Charter document contains a full outline of the Committee structure and duties.
Our guidelines stipulate disclosing the names of those who sit on the committee. Below are the finance committee members:
George Sagonas (Chair)
State Super (SAS Trustee Corp)
Trustee Elected Director
Staff Elected Director
Head of Corporate Services
The Policy & Governance Committee is a board business committee, with the delegated authority and responsibility of the following activities:
The Policy & Governance Committee Charter features a full outline of the Committee structure and duties.
The Remuneration Sub-Committee is a board business committee, with the delegated authority and responsibility of overseeing the CEO's role and AIST's staff remuneration, in particular:
The Remuneration Sub-Committee Charter contains a full outline of the Committee structure and duties.
Louise Du Pre-Alba
Last updated: 08 Jul 2021