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    Annual Report

    Every year we produce an Annual Report which provides a detailed update of NHFIC’s affairs from the last 12 months (including financial statements).

    Annual Reports can also be accessed at www.transparency.gov.au.

    Corporate Plan

    NHFIC produces an annual Corporate Plan which focuses on NHFIC's business strategies and goals.

    Social Bond Report

    NHFIC produces an annual Social Bond Report which provides information on the use of proceeds from NHFIC's social bonds, and is a key disclosure requirement under NHFIC's Sustainability Bond Framework.

    For more information on our bonds or to view previous reports, please visit our investor relations page.

    NHIF disclosure

    Disclosure of NHIF financing decisions is a requirement under the Investment Mandate.

    For more information, please visit the NHIF page.

    Senate Order – Entity Contracts

    Senate Order on Government Agency Contracts

    On 20 June 2001, the Senate agreed to an order (the Murray Motion) requiring each Minister to table a letter of advice biannually, that each agency administered by that Minister, has placed on their website a list of contracts with a total value of $100,000 (GST inclusive) or more which are current or entered into during the previous twelve months (and certain other details). The order was subsequently broadened to include corporate Commonwealth entities (which includes NHFIC) from 1 July 2017.

     

    Contracts Information

    Contracts for the Senate Order for Entity Contracts relating to the relevant period are listed below.

    Executive Remuneration Reporting

    NHFIC is committed to providing transparency of our remuneration for Executive and other highly paid staff. The annual reportable remuneration includes gross payments, reportable fringe benefits, reportable employer superannuation and bonuses.

    Modern Slavery Statement

    Every year (commencing Financial Year 2021-22), NHFIC produces a Modern Slavery Statement which sets out NHFIC’s approach to modern slavery and how we identify and mitigate this risk from occurring within NHFIC’s business operations, supply chain and customer relationships.

    The statement is also published annually on the online register for Modern Slavery Statements, which is administered by Australian Border Force.