ASI’s Board of Directors
Key responsibilities of the ASI Board include:
- Setting the vision, purpose and strategies of the organisation and assessing overall organisational performance
- Ensuring financial integrity and resilience, including approving annual budgets and reviewing financial reports
- Overseeing risk assessment and management of identified risks
- Adoption of new or revised ASI standards and assurance models by making them a By-Law, where due process has been followed by responsible Committees and no material risks are identified
- Overseeing implementation of the ASI Complaints Mechanism and related disciplinary procedures for members
- Setting the tone for ASI’s culture and conduct, and ethical and responsible decision-making throughout the organisation.
ASI’s Board is multi-stakeholder and composed of 8 people. ASI members elect two Directors from each of Production and Transformation, Industrial Users and Civil Society membership classes. In addition, two Independent Directors are appointed by the elected Board.
Terms are normally 2 years. There is possibility for re-election at the end of a term, up to a maximum of 6 continuous years. Directors have staggered terms, so that in each of the 3 membership classes and among the two Independent Directors, there will arise one vacancy per year. Casual vacancies are filled according to processes set out in ASI’s Constitution.