Under the CEFC Act, the CEFC has two responsible Ministers. The responsible Ministers jointly appoint the CEFC Board, which appoints the Chief Executive Officer (after consultation with the responsible Ministers). The CEO is a statutory officer. The CEFC Executive and staff are employed under terms and conditions determined by the Board.
The Board adopts private sector principles of good corporate governance in providing oversight and direction to the Executive. Two Board committees contribute to effective governance:
Charters for the Board, Audit and Risk and People and Culture Committees are available on the CEFC website.
The Board has adopted a code of conduct and ethics and corporate policies and procedures to establish appropriate controls and to provide a sound decision-making framework for the CEFC. This framework includes a robust set of Investment Policies, a Risk Management Framework, a Risk Appetite Statement and underlying guidelines.
The CEO has responsibility for the day-to-day management of the CEFC, assisted by the Executive and four committees: