The Redundancy Payment Central Fund Ltd trading as Incolink and its Board are committed to achieving and demonstrating the highest standards of corporate governance. The Board is made up of both employer and union representatives as determined by the Trust in 1988. The Board continues to review its framework and practices to ensure they meet the best interests of members. The Company’s corporate governance framework was revised in 2011.

The Directors are responsible to the members for the performance of the Company in both the short and the long term and seek to balance sometimes competing objectives in the best interests of the Company as a whole. Their focus is to enhance the interests of members and other key stakeholders and to ensure the Company is properly managed.

Day to day management of the Company’s affairs and the implementation of the corporate strategy and policy initiatives are formally delegated by the Board to the Chief Executive Officer and senior managers. The relationship between the board and senior management is critical to the Company’s long-term success.

A copy of the Company’s full corporate governance statement is available here

Incolink is governed by a Trust Deed, which is a legal document that sets out the rules for running a super fund, and what the Trustee can and can’t do.

Trust Deeds