Above from left to right: RT Hon Sir John Key, GNZM AC – Independent Non-Executive Director, John Macfarlane – Independent Non-Executive Director, Paula Dwyer – Independent Non-Executive Director, David Gonski, AC – Chairman, Independent Non-Executive Director, Graeme Liebelt – Independent Non-Executive Director, Ilana Atlas – Independent Non-Executive Director, Shayne Elliott – Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, Jane Halton, AO PSM – Independent Non-Executive Director, Lee Hsien Yang – Independent Non-Executive Director
ANZ’s strong governance framework provides a solid structure for effective and responsible decision making within the organisation.
The Board is responsible for the oversight of ANZ and its sound and prudent management, with specific duties as set out in its charter available at anz.com/corporategovernance
There are ve principal Board Committees – the Audit Committee, the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance (EESG) Committee, the Risk Committee, the Human Resources Committee and the Digital Business and Technology Committee. Each Committee has its own Charter setting out its roles and responsibilities.
At management level, the Group Executive Committee (ExCo) comprises ANZ’s most senior executives. There is a delegations of authority framework that clearly outlines those matters delegated to the CEO and other members of senior management. In addition, there are a number of formally established management committees that deal with particular sets of ongoing issues.
For further detail on ANZ’s governance framework see our 2018 Corporate Governance Statement available at anz.com/corporategovernance.
Our policy is that we make an annual donation to the two major Federal parties to support the democratic process in Australia. In 2018, ANZ donated $100,000 to the Liberal Party of Australia and $100,000 to the Australia Labor Party.
The number of Board meetings and meetings of Committees during the year the Director was eligible to attend, and the number of meetings attended by each Director were:
|Board||Risk Committee||Audit Committee||Human Resources Committee||Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee||Digital Business and Technology Committee||Special Committee 1||Committee of the Board 1||Shares Committee 1|
|David Gonski, AC||12||12||8||8||8||8||8||8||4||4||4||4||1||1||4||4||3||3|
|Jane Halton, AO PSM||12||12||8||8||4||4||3||3||1||1||1||1|
|Sir John Key, GNZM AC||6||6||3||3||2||2|
|Lee Hsien Yang||12||12||8||8||8||8||4||4||1||1|
Column A – Indicates the number of meetings the Director was eligible to attend.
Column B – Indicates the number of meetings attended. The Chairman is an ex-officio member of the Risk, Audit, Human Resources, Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance and Digital Business and Technology Committees.
With respect to Committee meetings, the table above records attendance of Committee members. Any Director is entitled to attend these meetings and from time to time Directors attend meetings of Committees of which they are not a member.
1. The meetings of the Special Committee of the Board, Shares Committee and Committee of the Board as referred to in the table above include those conducted by written resolution.
Below from left to right: David Hisco – Chief Executive Officer New Zealand and Group Executive Mark Whelan – Group Executive Institutional, Kathryn van der Merwe – Group Executive Talent and Culture, Michelle Jablko – Chief Financial Officer, Fred Ohlsson – Group Executive Australia, Shayne Elliott – Chief Executive Officer, Maile Carnegie – Group Executive Digital Banking, Kevin Corbally – Group Chief Risk Officer, Mark Hand – Group Executive, Australian Business & Private Banking, Alexis George – Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Group Executive Wealth Australia, Farhan Faruqui – Group Executive International, Gerard Florian – Group Executive Technology.
Full biography details can be found on our website at anz.com/exco.