2021 Annual Report
ACSI produces an annual report to demonstrate accountability to our stakeholder. In 2018, we began incorporating principles from the International Integrated Reporting Framework into our annual report. We think this approach provides the best explanation of how we use resources to create value for our members and stakeholders.
Constitution of ACSI Limited
The Constitution sets out the manner in which the members of ACSI have agreed to conduct the internal administration of ACSI.
ACSI FRAC Governance Charter
This charter outlines the key policies and processes for the governance of ACSI by its Finance, Risk and Audit Committee (FRAC).
ACSI Code of Conduct
The ACSI Code of Conduct explains how to apply the ACSI values and achieve our business objectives.
This policy details how ACSI protects the privacy of information we contain.
ACSI recognises that philanthropic and charitable organisations may own Australian equities as a part of their investment programs. Our Philanthropic Policy considers requests to provide our Voting Alert Services (VAS) free of charge on a case-by-case basis to these organisations.
ACSI Financial Report 2020/21
This report details ACSI’s Annual Financial Report for the year ended 30 June 2021.
ACSI Panel Pledge
This policy ensures that events we participate in, organise or are associated with are gender balanced, including conferences, panels and seminars, among others.
ACSI Supplier Code of Conduct
The ACSI Supplier Code of Conduct outlines to requirements, standards and expectations we hold our partners accountable to.
ACSI Whistleblower Policy
At ACSI we recognise the importance of whistleblower protection and are committed to the respectful and fair treatment of whistleblowers. This includes commitment to address whistleblower concerns and the reporting of whistleblower concerns to management and Governance bodies, enabling ACSI to comply with our obligations.