Fund governance

Professional indemnity insurance

Media Super Limited, as an AFSL holder, has taken out professional indemnity (PI) insurance in accordance with the requirements of the Corporations Act. The PI insurance will cover claims in relation to the conduct of Media Super Limited and its employees or any representatives who work, or who have worked, for the company, where the Fund is found to have a liability for loss or damage suffered by a person to whom it provides a financial service.

Complying fund

Media Super is a complying superannuation fund for taxation purposes. All necessary returns, certificates and audited Financial Statements have been lodged with the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

If you are required to provide proof of Media Super's complying fund status to your employer for the purposes of nominating your choice of super fund, our Letter of Compliance can be found on the back of our Standard Choice form.

Register of relevant duties and interests

Media Super maintains a Register of relevant duties and interests* held by Trustee Directors and staff employed by Media Super. Media Super also maintains a Gifts & Hospitality Register*, which covers gifts and hospitality determined to be relevant interests in accordance with the Gifts & Hospitality Policy.

Where an actual or perceived conflict of interest is deemed to exist as recorded on either register, details of the conflict will be recorded on the Conflicts of Interest Register per the processes set out in the Conflicts Management Policy.

* current as at 30 June 2017

RSE licensee financial statements

Annual financial statements for Media Super Limited, the RSE licensee, are prepared and audited each financial year. The most recent financial statements are for the year ended 30 June 2016.