influencing change

We actively engage with the companies we invest in to make sure they’re doing the right thing.

Being an active shareholder means we make companies walk the talk when it comes to their ESG plans. Here are some of the ways we influence positive change.  

  • We vote for greater gender diversity on boards.

  • We engage with companies to address climate change risk.

  • We vote for greater disclosure on what they are doing regarding climate change risk.

  • We call for a change in management and processes following issues like Rio Tinto’s conduct in the Juukan Gorge.

  • We’ve voted against remuneration reports where the company did not perform for shareholders.

  • We vote for resolutions that we feel will be in the best interests of shareholders, like well qualified directors.

  • We divest from companies that engage in poor ESG practices.

want to see how we vote?

We're totally transparent. Our voting intentions are published on our website so you can see them any time.

our first impact report

It’s easy to see how your Active Super investments are performing financially. But how do you know what impact they’re having on the world? This report outlines the key areas of focus including climate change, diversity, good governance and social considerations. It highlights the different ways we assess risk, measure success and continue to prove our commitment to investing for the greater good.

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