Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994

PART 2 - INFORMATION FOR CERTAIN PARTIES  

Division 2.2 - Information in connection with annual members ' meetings  

REGULATION 2.11   HOW NOTICE IS TO BE GIVEN  

2.11(1)  
The requirements in this regulation are prescribed under paragraph 29P(3)(c) of the Act in relation to each annual members ' meeting for a year of income of a registrable superannuation entity. Notice to be made publicly available on website

2.11(2)  


The RSE licensee of the entity must:

(a)  make the notice of the meeting publicly available on the entity ' s website; and

(b)  ensure that the notice is readily accessible from the website. Notice, and information included with notice, also to be given in other ways

2.11(3)  


If the RSE licensee is required to give a person notice of the meeting, then the RSE licensee must give the person the notice, and any information required to be included with the notice, in the following way:

(a)  if the RSE licensee is required under paragraph 1017DA(1)(a) of the Corporations Act 2001 to give the person information in relation to a fund reporting period that ends during the year of income, and the RSE licensee can satisfy that requirement by giving the person that information in a particular way or in any one of several ways - in that way or in one of those ways;

(b)  otherwise - in writing.

Note:

Regulation 7.9.75A of the Corporations Regulations 2001 sets out the ways in which the RSE licensee is required under subsection 1017DA(1) of the Corporations Act 2001 to give information.

2.11(4)  


For the purposes of subregulation (3) :

(a)   fund reporting period has the same meaning as in Part 7.9 of the Corporations Regulations 2001 ; and

(b)  a fund reporting period that ends at the same time that the year of income ends is a period that ends during that year.




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