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Executive Remuneration for FY2019

Executives received a mix of remuneration during FY2019 including FAR, STI and LTI.

The table below summarises the remuneration that was received in relation to FY2019 which includes FAR and any incentives. It is calculated under an accrual basis in accordance with statutory rules and applicable Accounting Standards.

Table 2: Executive KMP statutory disclosures

All figures in $

Short-term benefits

Post employment

Other long-term benefits

Other

Total

Name

Year

Base salary & fees1

Short term incentive2

Non-cash benefits3

Super contribution4

Long term incentives2

Long service leave

Termination benefits

Executive Management

Paul A Broad

2019

1,045,706

804,686

-

20,514

688,261

31,548

-

2,590,715

Gabrielle Curtin

2019

512,569

194,786

-

20,514

195,113

10,353

-

933,335

Iain Graham

2019

658,487

301,571

6,664

20,514

348,245

19,991

-

1,355,472

Kim Josling

2019

469,230

176,778

-

20,514

115,467

4,311

-

786,300

Cesilia Kim

2019

480,655

191,892

-

20,514

117,201

14,707

-

824,969

Roger Whitby

2019

524,559

322,333

-

67,551

338,277

23,757

-

1,276,477

Gordon Wymer

2019

581,616

261,427

-

20,514

174,541

17,554

-

1,055,652

Total

2019

4,272,822

2,253,473

6,664

190,635

1,977,105

122,221

-

8,822,920

1 Base salary and fees includes accrued annual leave entitlements and allowances paid in cash.

2 Short term incentives and vesting long term incentives are expected to be paid in September 2019.

3 Non-cash benefits comprises the Reportable Fringe Benefits amount included on the individual's payment summary.

4 For defined benefit superannuation plan members, this amount represents the notional employer contribution rate, plus the productivity component.