Welcome to NGS Super’s Annual Members' Meeting page, where you will find information on the latest as well as past meetings.

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2023 Annual Members' Meeting

We live-streamed the 2023 NGS Super Annual Members' Meeting (AMM) from Sydney on Thursday 16 November 2023, which included presentations from our Chair, Dr Geoff Newcombe, Chief Executive Officer, Natalie Previtera, Deputy CEO/Chief Strategy Officer, Ben Facer, and Chief Investment Officer, Ben Squires. Our Executives also answered questions which were submitted from members.

Further information

We’re required to provide you with the following information in accordance with paragraph 29P(3)(b) of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) (SIS) Act 1993 and regulation 2.10 of the SIS Regulations 1994.

Short-form expenditure summary relating to the entity for the 2022-23 financial year

Expense category Amount ($)
Aggregate remuneration expenditure** 3,949,608
Aggregate promotion, marketing or sponsorship expenditure *** 3,907,719
Aggregate political donations Nil
Aggregate industrial body payments* 195,539
Aggregate related party payments* 2,420,471

*In accordance with legal and regulatory requirements, an expense that meets the definitions of more than one category is included in each applicable category.
**Aggregate Remuneration expenditure has been updated since the original AMM notification to correct incorrectly included transactions resulting in the reported figure now down from $4,446,607.
***Aggregate promotion, marketing or sponsorship expenditure has been updated since the original AMM notification with certain new transactions included, and others now deemed out of scope. The reported amount has now decreased from $3,999,246.

Detailed payments

Promotional payments and sponsorships

Industrial body payments

Related party payments 

Explanations for the short-form expenditure summary for the 2022-23 financial year

Aggregate remuneration expenditure – remuneration for NGS Super’s executive team and trustee directors.

Aggregate promotion, marketing or sponsorship expenditure – relating to the design, production and distribution of Fund promotional and education material. This amount also includes sponsorships, partnerships and advertising costs. 

Aggregate political donations – NGS Super does not make political donations.

Aggregate industrial body payments – any payments to industry bodies registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009. This includes partnership arrangements for activities that contribute to member education and engagement, and ongoing growth of the Fund.

Aggregate related party payments – any payments for normal business operations to persons or entities which are related parties of the Trustee for the purposes of Australian Accounting Standard AASB 124. Related parties include NGS Financial Planning Pty Limited, Independent Education Union and Association of Independent Schools.

Other information available to you

Your 2022-23 Annual Statement is available in Member Online.

2022 Annual Members' Meeting

We live-streamed the 2022 NGS Super Annual Members' Meeting (AMM) from Sydney on Wednesday 29 March 2023, which included presentations from our Acting Chief Executive Officer, Natalie Previtera, Chief Strategy Officer, Ben Facer, and Chief Investment Officer, Ben Squires. Our Executives also answered questions which were submitted from members.

2021 Annual Members' Meeting

We live-streamed the 2021 NGS Super Annual Members' Meeting (AMM) from Sydney on Tuesday 16 November. Our Deputy Chair, Dr Geoff Newcombe AM, opened the meeting, followed by presentations from our Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Laura Wright, and Chief Investment Officer (CIO), Ben Squires. Our Executive team and Directors of the Board also attended to answer questions from our members.

2020 Annual Members' Meeting

The inaugural NGS Super Annual Members' Meeting was livestreamed from Brisbane and Sydney on 17 November 2020. Opened by the Chair, Dick Shearman, with presentations by our CEO, Laura Wright, and our Chief Investment Officer, Ben Squires, the AMM was also attended by the other 12 Directors of the Board. Questions from members were taken and responded to following the presentations.

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