SECMP0026 Changes to the Security Sub-Committee Nomination Process
This modification was implemented on 15 March 2017
What is the issue?
This modification seeks to alter the current Security Sub-Committee’s (SSC) member nomination process in three areas to:
require that nominators must hold a relevant senior position within their organisation;
grant the SSC authority to reject nominees if they lack relevant security expertise; and
require that nominees undergo security vetting.
What is the solution?
SECMP0026 proposes to alter the current SSC membership nomination process so that it:
1. requires that nominators must hold a relevant senior position within their organisation;
2. grants the SSC authority to reject nominees if they lack relevant security expertise; and
3. requires that nominees undergo security vetting.
Who is impacted?
Impacts only to Security Sub-Committee members
What SEC documents are affected?
Section G 'Security'
SECMP0026 - FMR Attachment C - Change Board vote outcome
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