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Christian Super

PRI reporting framework 2017

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Investment policy

SG 01. RI policy and coverage

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01.1. Indicate if you have an investment policy that covers your responsible investment approach.

01.2. Indicate the components/types and coverage of your policy.

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Policy components/types

Coverage by AUM

01.4. Indicate what norms you have used to develop your investment policy that covers your responsible investment approach.

01.6. Provide a brief description of the key elements, any variations or exceptions to your investment policy that covers your responsible investment approach. [Optional]


SG 02. Publicly available RI policy or guidance documents

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02.1. Indicate which of your investment policy documents (if any) are publicly available. Provide a URL and an attachment of the document.

URL/Attachment

URL/Attachment

URL/Attachment

URL/Attachment

02.4. Additional information [Optional].


SG 03. Conflicts of interest

03.1. Indicate if your organisation has a policy on managing potential conflicts of interest in the investment process.

03.2. Describe your policy on managing potential conflicts of interest in the investment process.

In accordance with APRA Prudential Standard SPS 521 – Conflicts of Interest, as a Registrable Superannuation Entities, Christian Super has a board approved conflicts management framework. We consider effective management of conflicts can be achieved using a number of mechanisms. These are listed below in the order that reflects Christian Super’s preferred method for dealing with such matters:

  1. Avoiding conflicts of interest;
  2. Controlling conflicts of interest; or
  3. Disclosing conflicts of interest.

Accordingly responsible officers or employee must not engage in any situation, arrangement or transaction which gives rise to a conflict of interest, without the approval, either through provisions contained within the Conflicts Management Policy or express approval.

Where a responsible officer becomes aware of a conflict of interest in a related party transaction, they may have such a conflict of interest if, and only if, the Trustee Board, having been notified by the responsible officer in accordance with this framework’s disclosure requirements, passes a resolution permitting the responsible officer to have that conflict of interest or an interest in that related party transaction.

Additionally, all investment staff are required under the Fund's Trading Policy to disclose personal investments and to limit particular types of trading activity.

03.3. Additional information. [Optional]


SG 04. Identifying incidents occurring within portfolios (Private)


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