Councillors are elected on a rotational basis by
shareholders in their ward for a four year term.
The functions of the Council are set out in Clause 21
of LIC’s Constitution.
It is predominantly responsible for:
- approving the Company's mission statement and key strategic objectives
as proposed by the Board.
- reviewing the Board’s progress towards achieving the key strategic
objectives of the company;
- receiving and commenting on reports from the Board on the company's
key business unit operations;
- preparing the Council’s budget for each season.
- approving appointed director candidates before shareholder ratification.
Shareholder Council reports
The Council reports on its activities at the Annual Meeting, and outlines its view of the company’s direction, performance and operations.
Electing council members
Councillors are elected by shareholders in their ward.
To be a shareholder councillor, you must be a shareholder and meet the criteria set out in LIC’s Constitution.
Elections are held on a regional and rotational basis in April each year. All shareholders in the region are encouraged to vote.
Meet your Councillors
Contact your local Councillor if you have any concerns or questions — they’re there to help.
Left to right: Wayne Reynolds, Wynn Brown, Mark Shore, Richard Ridd, Gordon Glentworth (retired) , Jeanette Quin, Gerard van Beek, Mark Meyer, Fraser Macbeth (retired), Brian Pirie, Lyna Beehre, David Hands, Mark Benns, Bede Kissick (retired), Nathan Keoghan, Simon Clisby (retired)
Absent: Dennis, Barclay, David Beuth, John Dowdle, Mark Hooper and Bruce Murphy.