QSL’s Board of Directors is responsible to QSL’s members for the strategic direction of QSL, for the monitoring of risk matters and governance and for the overall performance of QSL.
QSL’s Constitution provides for a Board of up to four Independent Directors and a managing director, who is also the chief executive officer. The Independent Directors are appointed by the QSL Board Selection Committee, which is established under QSL’s Constitution for this purpose.
QSL’s Board members are:
To assist in carrying out its functions, the Board has established four committees.
The Audit & Risk Committee assists the Board to discharge its responsibilities via oversight of the risk management, control and compliance framework established by the Board and QSL management and through review of QSL’s risk management, finance and audit reporting.
The Trading Risk Committee assists the Board to discharge its responsibilities via oversight of risk management, control and compliance measures established by the Board and QSL management relating to commodity and foreign currency hedging, marketing and sale of sugar and chartering activities.
The People and Operations Committee assists the Board to discharge its responsibilities relating to work health and safety, environmental compliance and people issues.
The Remuneration Committee considers issues relating to remuneration and talent strategies, frameworks and policies. It also considers Board matters including Board performance as well as the structure and composition of the Board Committees.