Document navigationGovernance and operations
Ministerial Statements of Expectations provide greater clarity about government policies and objectives relevant to a regulator in carrying out its statutory functions. This statement sets out those expectations in relation to Coal LSL.
Coal LSL is required to provide a Statement of Intent in response to the Government's Ministerial Statement of Expectations, which provides strategic direction in line with the Government's Deregulation Agenda.
Our Fraud Policy is reviewed annually and addresses the Board’s duties under the PGPA Act and the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014 (PGPA Rule), in particular:
A Fraud framework is in place to ensure that any alleged fraud incidents reported to Coal LSL are taken seriously and dealt with in a swift, transparent and impartial manner. Coal LSL is committed to good governance practices and providing a quality service to all stakeholders.
To report an alleged fraud to Coal LSL, complete and submit the online Fraud Reporting form.
Alternatively, you can write to us detailing the alleged fraud by email or mail: Corporate Services Manager, Coal LSL, Locked Bag 2021, Newcastle NSW 2300
Coal LSL understands the importance of working collaboratively with its stakeholders to raise awareness and take appropriate measures to help reduce the risks of modern slavery in its operations and supply chains.
Coal LSL is committed to considering the environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities in its selection and performance monitoring of investment managers and advisers.
Coal LSL has a formal Complaints Handling policy and process in place to ensure that complaints are resolved quickly and fairly. We are committed to providing a quality service.
If Coal LSL cannot resolve the matter to your satisfaction, you may lodge a formal complaint by completing the online complaints form, emailing the Complaints Officer or mailing your written complaint to: The Complaints Officer, Coal LSL, Locked Bag 2021, Newcastle NSW 2300.
You can access more information about our complaints process in our Complaints Handling Guide.
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