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The Constitution currently provides that the maximum number of Board of Directors of the Trustee shall be nine. All directors have a responsibility to meet appropriate ethical and professional standards, which includes an understanding of the requirements of the Superannuation Act. Directors resign and offer themselves for re-election as provided for under the Constitution.
REGINALD MONAGI

REGINALD MONAGI

Chairman | Director since September 2014

Reginald Monagi has extensive private sector experience having previously worked with Moni Plus, South Pacific Brewery Limited, Goodman Fielders International PNG, Colgate Palmolive (PNG), British American Tobacco (PNG) Limited, Fairdeal Liquors (PNG) Ltd and Shell (PNG) Ltd. He currently serves on the boards of Paradise Foods, SP Brewery and City Mission.

Mr Monagi holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Psychology) from the University of Papua New Guinea, a Master of Business Administration and a Diploma of Company Directors Course (Corporate Governance), from the University of Queensland. He is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has completed the International Directors Program. He is a founding member of the Papua New Guinea Institute of Directors. Mr Monagi is currently a member of the Audit & Risk Committee, Investment Committee and the Membership Committee.

DAME MEG TAYLOR

DAME MEG TAYLOR

Deputy Chairwoman | Director since February 2021

Dame Taylor is experienced in corporate governance and regulatory matters having served on various boards in Papua New Guinea and Australia. She is also an experienced legal practitioner having served in both the public and private sector and most notably on the Papua New Guinea Law Reform Commission.

Dame Taylor was the first woman to become the Secretary-General for the Pacific Islands Forum and before that was the Vice President, Compliance Advisor Ombudsman for the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), World Bank Group. She represented Papua New Guinea as Ambassador to the United States and accredited to Mexico and Canada. She holds a Master of Law from Harvard University, USA, and a Bachelor of Law from Melbourne University.

ALAN KAM

ALAN KAM

Non-Executive Director | Director since March 2014

Alan Kam has held a number of senior positions including CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, Manulife Asset Management and Chairman of the Board at MUFG Japan owned Krungsri Asset Management. He has worked for Standard Chartered Bank and Merrill Lynch & Co with experience in London, New York and Los Angeles. Currently, he is an Independent Director & Chairman of the Audit & Risk Committee for Cal-Comp Electronics (Thailand) Public Co. Ltd, Mega Life Science Public Co. Ltd. and TATA Steel (Thailand) Public Co. Ltd. He is also a Director of Cal-Comp Holdings, Sao Paolo, Brazil.

Alan received his Master & Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Denver, USA. He is a Chartered Director, Fellow Member & Facilitator of the Thailand Institute of Company Directors. Alan is also a Director of Operation Smile (Thailand), a global charitable foundation.

LUTZ HEIM

LUTZ HEIM

Non-Executive Director | Director since July 2016

Lutz Heim was the Chief Operating Officer – State Owned Entities with Kumul Consolidated Holdings from 2015 to 2017.  Mr Heim has extensive experience in the professional services industry having served as a tax and corporate finance partner for Deloitte in PNG from 2005 to 2015 as well as tax partner with Ernst & Young in PNG and Australia prior to that.  He originally came to PNG and served as Chief Assessor in what is now the Internal Revenue Commission from 1984 to 1987. 

Mr Heim holds a Bachelor of Economics degree, a Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees.  He is a member of CPA PNG and a fellow of CPA Australia.  He is currently also chairman of the board of Kumul Hotels Limited, chair of the Audit and Risk Committee of First Investment Finance Limited and Councillor and Treasurer of St John Ambulance PNG.

KAREN GIBSON

KAREN GIBSON

Non-Executive Director | Director since February 2017

Karen Gibson is an independent non-executive director and Chair of Risk and Compliance Committee and Chair of Remuneration and Nominations Committee for superannuation trustee companies in Australia and has over 30 years experience in financial services in Australia and Asia.  Previous roles include Chief Executive Officer positions for two Australian Superannuation Funds, Non-executive director for an ASX listed company and independent director of Funds Management Companies.

Karen holds a Masters in Business Administration (Professional) and Bachelor of Science from the University of Queensland. She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), and has Diplomas in Financial Services and Superannuation.

RICHARD SINAMOI

RICHARD SINAMOI

Non-Executive Director | Director since December 2019

Richard Sinamoi is an experienced executive and director with 19 years’ experience in the superannuation and financial services industry, having worked for the Comrade Trustee Services Limited as CEO until January 2017. He has served on Boards for both commercial entities and charitable organisations, spanning a range of industries from food and beverage, general insurance, trustee services, micro banking and funds management.

He holds a Certificate in Business majoring in Marketing from TAFE, New South Wales and Bachelor of Applied Science Systems from the University of Western Sydney, Australia. Mr Sinamoi is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee, the Membership Commitee and the Transformation Committee.

MICHAEL UIARI

MICHAEL UIARI

Non-Executive Director | Director since January 2022

Mr. Michael Uiari has over 26 years of extensive legal, management and executive-level experience in PNG’s oil, gas, mining and electricity sectors. He is currently employed by Santos (ASX:STO) as the Chief Executive Officer of NiuPower Limited (Independent Power Producer) and NiuEnegry (Gas Aggregator) Limited and serves on the Board of Trustees for the Anglican Church of PNG Property Trust.
His previous working roles include Senior Associate at Gadens PNG Law Practice (now known as Dentons), General Counsel and Group Secretary at Orogen Minerals Limited (ASX:OML), and senior management roles at Oil Search Limited (ASX:OSH).

Mr. Uiari holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Law with Honours (UPNG) and has secured his position and reputation as a respected corporate legal practitioner within PNG.

DANIEL SIAGURU-KHAISIR

DANIEL SIAGURU-KHAISIR

Non-Executive Director | Director since March 2022

Mr. Dan Siaguru-Khaisir’s career spans 19 years across inland and rotorwing logistics, property, professional services, international development and hospitality. He is currently the Commercial and Systems Integration Manager at Steamships Logistics and initially joined the NSL Board as a Trainee Director in 2019.
He has spent the majority of his career in senior leadership roles with corporations like Steamships Limited, Heli Niugini Limited, KPMG and Palladium. He also previously served on BSP Financial Group Limited’s Board Audit and Compliance Committee as an Independent Committee Member.

Mr. Siaguru-Khaisir has a Bachelor of Commerce (University of Southern Queensland) with a double major in Finance and Accounting.

NSL Position on purchasing Telikom shares

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The following Statement can be attributed to NSL CEO Mr Paul Sayer. In response to the National Newspaper’s cover story on Wednesday, 28 September 2022, we would like to reiterate Nambawan Super Limited’s (NSL) position on the proposed privatisation of the State Owned...

State tenants were not asked to move out

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