Corporate governance is the systems and processes put in place to control and monitor the Association. Effective governance structures allow the Management Committee of the Association to exercise their authority appropriately and provide accountability and control systems commensurate with the risks involved.
2nd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment Association is an incorporated body, incorporated in Queensland. The Management Committee is ultimately responsible for the operation of the incorporated association. The rules of your incorporated association are set out the Constitution or known in Queensland as the Rules.
The Management Committee is elected at a general meeting (usually the AGM) in accordance with your Incorporated Association´s Rules. Members may nominate candidates and/or they may self-nominate. Election may be by show of hands or by written ballot. The results are announced to the meeting.
The Committee – Roles and Composition
The Committee’s role is to mange the activities of the Association. It gives direction to the Association and takes full responsibility for its management. It does this by:
- Arranging specific activities and monitoring all actions of the Association,
- Acting on feedback from the members
- Developing and adopting an annual budget for the responsible management of the Association’s finances,
- Conducting regular Committee meetings, and
- Ensuring that risk management systems are in place.
Leo Van De Kamp
Rick Hollingdrake, OAM
Gordon Hurford, AM
Kevin “Aub” Terry
John “Jock” Cassidy
North Queensland Representative
New South Wales Representative
Malcolm “Mal” Allen
South Australia Representative
Western Australia Representative
New Zealand Representative
Northern Territory Representative