In this section you’ll find out about how we operate, our governance arrangements, annual reports, financial statements, and our service providers.
The Fund was established in 1989 and is governed by a Trust Deed and is managed by a corporate trustee.
As an industry fund, we exist for our members - the Fund is run only for the benefit of members.
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AIST Governance Code
The AIST Governance Code is a principles-based framework which promotes continuous improvement in governance practice in the profit-to-members superannuation sector.
MTAA Super adopted the AIST Governance Code in 2018 and will report annually on its compliance with the Code to the AIST Code Monitoring Panel.
Code of conduct
We aim to achieve sustainable performance and deliver value to our members without compromising our values or integrity. Our Code of Conduct demonstrates MTAA Super’s commitment to ethical and responsible behaviour.
All directors, executive and employees of MTAA Super are required to adhere to the values and principles set out in the Code of Conduct.
MTAA Super Member Outcomes Assessment – Fund Performance Review
For year ending 30 June 2019
We present a summary of our first MTAA Member Outcomes Assessment.
The Member Outcomes Assessment is a holistic assessment of our performance across all areas of the business. This includes investment performance; costs and fees; insurance; scale; options, benefits and facilities; and operating costs.
The aim of the review is to measure our performance against our strategic objectives and to identify areas of improvement that will allow us to enhance business operations and drive sustainable delivery of quality outcomes to members.
This first review covers 2019-20 financial year. Pleasingly, MTAA Super performed very well across most major key areas.
Modern slavery is a serious violation of a person’s dignity and human rights and occurs where coercion, threats or deception are used to deprive individuals of their freedom.
Modern slavery includes human trafficking, slavery, servitude, forced labour, debt bondage, the worst forms of child labour, forced marriage and deceptive recruiting for labour or services. The Criminal Code sets out various offences for engaging in modern slavery.
We acknowledge that modern slavery is a growing and complex problem, best addressed by a collective commitment on the part of the business community to end all forms of modern slavery. As a participant in the Australian business community, we are committed to contributing to this common goal.