The CPA Australia Board of Directors governs five committees that assist the board in their decision-making and policy processes. All committee members are appointed by the board.
Audit and Risk Committee
The Audit and Risk Committee assists the board in the areas of statutory reporting, internal control systems, risk management systems, insurance and legal proceedings, and the internal and external audit functions.
Audit and Risk Committee Charter – 8 December 2017 (PDF)
The primary function of the Finance Committee is to assist the board to develop financial strategies for CPA Australia. These strategies include managing budgetary processes and strategic finance management, improving the quality of internal and external reporting, and ensuring correlation between organisational key performance indicators and related financial information.
Finance Committee Charter – 8 December 2017 (PDF)
Nomination and Remuneration Committee
The Nomination and Remuneration Committee’s role is to assist the Board and Representative Council in the effective discharge of their responsibilities, having regard to the law, the highest standards of governance, and the diversity of the membership.
It is responsible for, among other things: recommending to the Board the appointment, assessment and remuneration of the CEO; approval of the Company’s remuneration and associated policies; assessment and recommendation to the Representative Council candidates for appointment to the Board; assessment and recommendation to the Board candidates for appointment to Board Committees; and assessment and recommendation to the Board candidates for CPA Australia awards and honours.
The committee also advises the Board and Representative Council on succession plans for the Board.
Nomination and Remuneration Committee Charter – 8 December 2017 (PDF)
Member Engagement Committee
Independent Review Implementation Committee