NZBPT 2021 Annual Review

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2021

ANNUAL REVIEW


THE TRUST PURPOSE & OBJECTIVES The New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust was formed in 1991 to bridge a perceived gap of understanding between Members of Parliament and the business community. The Trust is a non-partisan educational charity, it is not a lobbying organisation. The main objectives of the Trust are: to enable Members of Parliament to widen their experience in and increase their knowledge of business; to improve the understanding of the Trust’s Corporate members of how government is exercised through Parliament. These objectives are met through the provision of various means including, Parliamentary Study Programmes (for Corporate members) and Business Study Programme attachments (for Members of Parliament).

GOVERNANCE The Trustee Council comprises the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition, and the leaders or representatives of the other Parliamentary parties. The 53rd Parliament has five parties of which four are represented on the Trustee Council. The Labour Party (Government) and the National Party (Opposition) are entitled to two representative each. There are six Corporate members elected by the Corporate membership. A Trust Board of four Corporate representatives (seconded from the Trustee Council) and two Parliamentary representatives, also drawn from the Trustee Council, exercises the legal functions and obligations of the Trust. The Speaker of the House acts as President of the Trust. The Chairman is a Corporate representative.

MEMBERSHIP Corporate Membership of the Trust is open to companies and organisations that have the necessary structure to provide Members of Parliament with meaningful study programmes and whose employees would benefit from participation in the parliamentary seminars. Associate Membership is open to those Members of Parliament who have successfully completed a Business Study Programme attachment with one of the Trust’s Corporate members. The Trust is financed by subscriptions paid by its Corporate members.


CONTENTS

President’s Message

02

Chairman’s Message

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Chief Executive’s Report

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Appendix 1

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Appendix 2

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Appendix 3

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Appendix 4

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Appendix 5

15

Performance Report

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Entity Information

18

Statement of Service Performance

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Statement of Financial Performance

22

Statement of Financial Position

23

Statement of Cash Flows

24

Statement of Accounting Policies

25

Notes to the Performance Report

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Independent Auditor’s Report

29

Directory and Trust Membership

33

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE The year in review has again been dominated by COVID-19, and the continuing lockdowns and other restrictions have impacted significantly on Trust operations, resulting in disruption to the normal flow of education and members’ programmes. I was therefore pleased to be able to open two parliamentary seminars in March and May respectively. The Trust’s seminars, while intensive, are insightful providing a very realistic picture of how Parliament works and how government is exercised through Parliament. It is also pleasing to see a small group of Members of Parliament undertaking Business Attachments with corporate members. The Business Attachment programme gives Members the unique opportunity to learn about businesses and the impact that political decisions may have on businesses. I congratulate the Trust on its 30th anniversary milestone reached on 11 December. When we look back to the reasons behind the Trust being founded in December 1991 - the inspired vision of the people who promoted the idea (of which Sir Pat Goodman and Sir Robin Gray MP were key players) and the coming together of the business community and parliamentarians in making the vision a reality - the Trust can be very proud of the remarkable contribution it has played in ensuring that our corporates have the opportunity to better understand their parliamentary systems. The importance of this work is as relevant in 2021 as it was in 1991 and it will continue to be so in the new decade ahead. I would like to thank the Chairman, Peter Griffiths, members of the Trust Board and Trustee Council and the Secretariat, for the work they undertake on behalf of our Corporate members and Members of Parliament.

Rt Hon Trevor Mallard MP Speaker

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CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE Trust Operations

Corporate Membership

Yet again Pandemic restrictions have had a significant impact on the activities of the Trust, this is particularly so as so much of what we offer really works best in a face to face visit to Parliament. The COVID-19 Alert System that saw several lockdowns and ongoing restrictions, throughout the year forced us to cancel two parliamentary seminars, a members’ network event planned for Auckland and a President’s dinner. However, we did manage to deliver two Parliamentary seminars and a small number of Members of Parliament were able to undertake or complete their Business Attachments before all of the country moved to Alert Level 4 on 17 August.

We were pleased to welcome ASB Bank, WSP New Zealand Ltd, Contact Energy Ltd in the first quarter and Silvereye Communications Ltd in August. We trust that these corporates will gain much from their membership and look to actively engaging with them once restrictions are lifted.

The lengthy lockdown which had Auckland at either Alert level 4 or 3 from August through to December, limited our ability to engage with corporate members face to face and while consideration was given to moving our Machinery of Government -Taking a Closer Look seminar to a virtual platform, this was eventually not pursued. Our tertiary funding programme was maintained with each of the four Universities awarding prizes but again with the lockdowns and school visits to Parliament unable to take place from August onward, this reduced the number of schools receiving financial support through the Travel Fund Assistance for School Visits to Parliament programme. The Trust turned thirty on 11 December and at rather short notice, between lockdown restrictions, were able to acknowledge this with a small networking event at Parliament. With so much uncertainty throughout the year, the decision had been taken not to hold a major event marking this milestone but rather to celebrate it from December 2021 to December 2022 through our ongoing programme.

Acknowledgements The contribution our Corporate members make to the Trust and its activities is important and your on-going support in these challenging times is highly valued. I wish to place on record the Board’s appreciation of those Ministers, parliamentarians, staff of the Cabinet Office, Ministerial offices, Office of the Clerk, the Labour Leader’s Office and the Parliamentary Press Gallery, who gave freely of their time to speak at one of our two seminars. Our corporate attendees gain so much from these presentations leading to a more in dept understanding of how Parliament and the Executive work. My thanks also to the Rt Hon Trevor Mallard, Speaker of the House of Representatives who acts as the President of the Trust in hosting our parliamentary seminars and ensuring our continued presence in the Parliamentary complex, and to my colleagues on the Trust Board for their valued input and support. To the Trust Secretariat, thank you for your efforts in somewhat challenging circumstances over the past year.

Trustee Council and Board At the Annual Meeting in June, our Deputy Chair, Nancy McConnell was re-elected for a further term of three years. John Dakin [Goodman NZ Ltd] retired and we thank him for his service to the Trust. To fill the vacancy Joanne Mahon [Southern Cross Group] has joined the Trustee Council. Catherine Soper [Genesis Energy] was also elected as an additional member on the Trustee Council. In December, Gretta Stephens, a long serving Board member and Trustee resigned, following an appointment to a new position with BlueScope Steel Limited requiring her to re-locate to Melbourne in early 2022. The Trust warmly thanks Gretta for her work in supporting the mission of the Trust.

Peter Griffiths Chairman

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S REPORT I am pleased to provide the 30th review of the business and activities of the Trust to the year ending 31 December 2021.

OVERVIEW The COVID -19 Alert system and a series of lockdowns during the year had a significant impact on our ability to deliver a full programme of parliamentary seminars, the business attachment programme for Members of Parliament and members’ events. We managed to deliver two of the four planned Parliamentary seminars, which enabled 71 attendees from 27 corporate members to engage with us and to hear from parliamentarians and parliamentary officials about the operations of Parliament and the Executive. Initially we had hoped to only postpone the seminars and went through a multiple process of re - setting dates. When it became clear that venue, hospitality and travel restrictions would not allow us to host the seminars face to face in-house, consideration was given to moving the Machinery of Government Seminar to a virtual platform, but we did not have enough people wishing to connect in this way to justify the seminar proceeding. The planned Auckland network event was postponed twice before a decision was taken to move it to 2022. Likewise, a planned President’s Dinner could not be held. Following a change of alert levels in December and at short notice, a small stakeholder’s event marking our thirtieth anniversary was held in the Speaker’s Lounge. The Trust’s 30th anniversary is an important milestone and while previous milestones at 10, 20 and 25 years were celebrated with special events, given the uncertainties around COVID, a decision was taken to mark the anniversary through our established programme of events from December 2021 to December 2022. A special commemorative edition of NZBPT News will be published in 2022.

Peter Griffiths cuts the 30th anniversary cake at the December stakeholder event

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TRUST MEMBERSHIP NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS The Trust’s corporate membership opened with 70 members at 1 January and closed with 67 members as of 31 December 2021. The Trust gained four new members but lost five members, one as a result of the company being sold and one as a result of the closure of the New Zealand office. The four new Corporate Members are: ASB Bank Contact Energy Ltd Silvereye Communications WSP Limited The resignations of Villa Maria Estate Ltd (sold on 30 September 2021 to Indevin New Zealand), Beef & Lamb, Kaipara Ltd, Microsoft Corporation and Sanofi New Zealand Ltd (closing their New Zealand office) all took effect from 31 December 2021.

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Simeon Brown MP was made an Associate Member following the successful completion of a Business Attachment programme with Foodstuffs (NZ) Ltd.

Simeon Brown receives his Associate Members certificate from Peter Griffiths at the seminar lunch in March


Angela Roberts MP, Ricardo Menéndez March MP Trustee Council member and Darryl Stevens

2021 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Trust’s 29th Annual General Meeting was held at Parliament on 1 June 2021. Working within the ‘new normal’ our corporate members and associate members were given the choice of attending either in person or via Zoom. The Rt Hon Trevor Mallard MP, Speaker of the House of Representatives, presided as President of the Trust and Peter Griffiths chaired the meeting.

Jamie Gray, Airways Corporation, Catherine Soper Genesis Energy and newly elected Trustee Council member with Tim van de Molen MP, Board member

The meeting ratified changes to the corporate membership of the Trustee Council and Board as outlined in the Chairman’s message and adopted the Annual Report in addition to an update on COVID -19 impact on Trust operations. Nancy McConnell, (Strategic Advisor with Hawkins Ltd and part of Downer Group NZ), and Deputy Board Chair was re-elected for a further term of three years. Joanne Mahon, Chief Communications & Brand Officer for the Southern Cross Group was elected to the Trustee Council replacing John Dakin who was standing down at the conclusion of his term. Catherine Soper, GM Government and Regulatory Affairs at Genesis Energy Ltd was appointed an additional member on the Trustee Council.

Dr Deborah Russell MP, Board member with Melissa Hood, Foodstuffs

James Heath, University of Otago inaugural prize winner in conversation with Joseph Mooney MP and Darryl Stevens

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PROGRAMMES BUSINESS ATTACHMENT PROGRAMMES 3 Members of Parliament undertook and completed their Business Attachment programmes. Louisa Wall MP Barbara Kuriger MP Simon Watts MP

Coco Cola Europartners Ltd and Guardians of NZ Superannuation Todd Energy WSP Ltd

Three other Members of Parliament had Attachments confirmed but were prevented by COVID restrictions from undertaking these. We acknowledge and warmly thank the above companies for agreeing to host Members of Parliament.

PARLIAMENTARY SEMINARS Seminars were held in March and May as planned. The two Seminars planned for September and November were unable to proceed.

Seminar 1 : Exercising Government through Parliament seminar attendees

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SAMPLE OF THE COMMENTS RECEIVED FROM ATTENDEES AT THIS YEAR’S PARLIAMENTARY SEMINARS WERE... SEMINAR 1 “Well run, varied and insightful. The openness and honesty of the speakers was appreciated and helpful” “Well worth the time, thank you for having us! Day was better than expected!” “Really appreciative to all who took time out to share with us. Fantastic!” “Great speakers, terrific insights, and honesty. Appreciated how slick it was too, brilliantly organised”


SEMINAR SPEAKERS AT SEMINAR 1 The Trust is privileged to be able to call on a wide range of parliamentarians and officials with in depth knowledge on the workings of Parliament and Government.

Hon Judith Collins MP, Leader of the Opposition

Angie Warren Clark MP talks MMP

Simon O’Connor presents on Select Committees

Hon Michael Wood discusses the challenges of being a Minister

Hon Grant Robertson, Deputy Prime Minister who spoke on the subject of leadership

Seminar 2 : Machinery of Government - Taking a Closer Look seminar attendees

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SEMINAR SPEAKERS AT SEMINAR 2 Our Machinery of Government seminar speakers comprise people at the ‘coalface’ and who are there to help Members of Parliament in all facets of their work - legislation, policy, electorate.

Bell, Director of Labour Leader’s office giving an overview of the role of the unit with emphasis on nurturing policy - developing policy

Gareth Chaplin Associate Director Central Government. Morrison Low spoke on influencing Policy and the. Role Government Departments play in the development and delivery of Policy

Suzie Jones, Deputy Clerk of the House presenting on how legislation is developed

NETWORKING

COMMENTS AT SEMINAR 2

“Incredible day and really informative” “I found this thoroughly fascinating and interesting day and have a much deeper understanding of the machinery of Government as a result” “This seminar was recommended to me by my colleagues as being excellent and I’m very pleased I took their advice and attended today”

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EDUCATION PRIZES IN POLITICS All four Universities awarded prizes in 2021. The University of Auckland selected Sophia Li as the 2021 recipient. Sophia’s Master of Public Policy dissertation was entitled ‘Why Asian New Zealanders vote less and how to improve their participation’. This dissertation is the first that attempts to draw on large sample national survey data to present and analyse Asian New Zealanders’ electoral participation. Our partnership with the University of Canterbury continues with the University naming Terewai (Teri) Irwin as the 2021 Master of Policy and Governance [MPAG] recipient. The University of Otago selected Matthew O’Connor as the second Prize recipient. Matthew completed his BA in Politics and Geography in 2020 before enrolling in a Master of Politics. Daniel Mason of Waikato University, enrolled in the Master of Social Sciences in Public Policy, was awarded the Trust’s 2021 Prize.

Pheobe Slee, University of Waikato inaugural prize winner participating at the seminar lunch in March

TRAVEL FUND ASSISTANCE FOR SCHOOL VISITS TO PARLIAMENT School Visits to Parliament were once again significantly affected with changing Alert levels with all School visits to Parliament being cancelled from August through to December inclusive. It was a somewhat complicated situation as schools either deferred their visits, in some cases several times, before having to cancel them. Other schools elected to undertake visits to Wellington but without financial assistance from the Trust. Of those schools that did proceed, a small number undertook visits to the grounds of Parliament to meet with their local Members of Parliament and to do a limited programme of instruction supported by the Secretariat. In the latter part of term 4, two schools undertook a virtual parliament education programme with the Parliamentary Services Education Team which enabled them to uplift their grants. The Trust has four funding rounds per year and while 61 schools had grants approved, only 23 schools managed to undertake visits to Parliament.

In Q3 the Trust received an unprecedented number of funding applications totalling 31 schools and is the highest for any quarter since the inception of the scheme in 2016. However, only 6 schools were able to undertake their planned visits due to parliamentary visits being suspended. Grants that had been paid out were required to be refunded to the Trust in accordance with our standard policy and a special COVID policy that was first applied in 2020 was implemented for a second year. The Q4 funding round saw grants in principle approved for 14 schools but not paid out unless the visit was proceeding to avoid the refunding process. Only 2 schools were able to undertake restricted visits to Parliament grounds. A full list of those schools receiving grants from the Trust are listed at Appendix 4.

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OUR FLAGSHIP EVENT

Seminar in the Banquet Hall

TRUSTEE BOARD MEMBERSHIP In late December, the Trust received with regret, the resignation of long-term Board member Gretta Stephens. Gretta Stephens

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SECRETARIAT TRUST DEED The Board agreed to a review of the Trust Deed and engaged Russell McVeagh to undertake the review in partnership with the Secretariat. It is planned to have a revised Trust Deed ratified at the Annual Meeting in 2022.

Tassie Wong, Events Assistant and a casual employee with the Trust since 2016, elected to retire at the end of 2021. Tassie’s work was acknowledged by the Board Chair at the Stakeholders Function.

COMMS INTERN Oliver (Oli) Malthus a graduate of Massey University’s Bachelor of Communication degree course, joined the Secretariat in May as our third COMMS Intern.

Oliver (Oli) Malthus

Tassie Wong, retiring Events Assistant, Vasoula Kappatos Executive Assistant & Programme Coordinator, Darryl Stevens, Chief Executive

THANK YOU First, I wish to acknowledge and thank the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ministers and Members of Parliament who generously undertake speaking engagements informing our corporate members on Parliament and government.

Finally, personal thanks to my colleagues Vasoula Kappatos, Tassie Wong and Oli Malthus for their contribution to the work of the Trust during a continuing pandemic crisis and the challenges of the lockdowns and ongoing restrictions.

Second, I acknowledge those Parliamentarians who attend our seminar lunches and network with corporate attendees. The Trust could not achieve its key purpose without your active support.

The Secretariat has for second year proved that it is robust and flexible in managing the ‘new normal.’

Third, I record my thanks to the Speaker’s Office, Office of the Clerk, Cabinet Office, Parliamentary Press Gallery, ICON and the Parliamentary Service staff for their assistance and support. The Trust relies heavily on you all to help us achieve our mission.

Darryl M Stevens MNZM Chief Executive

Thank you too to our Corporate Liaison officers, for promoting the parliamentary seminars to your company colleagues and coordinating nomination of staff wishing to attend.

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APPENDIX 1 - 3 APPENDIX 1 2021 CALENDAR AND PROGRAMME OF EVENTS Trust Board Meeting 1

24 February

Trust Board Meeting 2

1 June

Trust Board Meeting 3

11 August

Trust Board Meeting 4

7 December

Parliamentary Seminar 1 - Exercising Government through Parliament

24 March

Parliamentary Seminar 2 - Machinery of Government and Parliament - Taking a Closer Look

12 May

Annual General Meeting

1 June

Stakeholders Christmas Drinks - 30th Anniversary of the Trust

7 December

THE FOLLOWING EVENTS WERE CANCELLED AS A DIRECT RESULT OF COVID LOCKDOWNS Parliamentary Seminar 3 - Exercising Government through Parliament

September (postponed) December (cancelled)

Parliamentary Seminar 4 - Machinery of Government – Taking a Closer Look

November

President’s Dinner

August

Auckland Corporate Members Network Function

September (postponed to 2022)

APPENDIX 2 CORPORATE ATTENDEES PARLIAMENTARY SEMINAR 1 - 24 MARCH

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Sarita von Afeh

Abbvie Ltd

Brendan McPhail

McDonald’s Restaurants (NZ) Ltd

Imogen Swain

ANZ

Riki Harrison

McDonald’s Restaurants (NZ) Ltd

Louise Griffin

ASB

Tony Wright

MSD

Lucy Taylor

CHCH International Airport Ltd

Craig Glover

MSD

Peter Jiang

Coca-Cola Europartners Ltd

Greta Parker

NZ Post

Matthew Forbes

Contact Energy

Nathan Jones

NZ Steel

Paul Ford

Contact Energy

Bethany Vale

Oceangold

Murray Bruges

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd

Cassie Arauzo

SPARK Ltd

Louis Poole

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd

Althea Lovell

SPARK Ltd

Chelsie Kumar

Guardians of NZ Superannuation

Victoria Hawkins

St John

Toby Selman

Guardians of NZ Superannuation

Corina Claps

St John

Louise Evans- McDonalds

Imperial Brands Australia

Ben Holden

Talley’s Limited

Michael Cusack

Imperial Brands Australia

Dion Lorns

Talley’s Limited

Nigel Wilson

KiwiRail

Stuart Barraclough

Todd Corporation

Karla Davidson - Brown

Landcorp

Samantha Barrington Prowse Todd Energy

Jamie Campbell

Landcorp

Stefania Esposito

Westpac

Paul McGill

Landcorp

Kate van Praagh

Westpac

Mark Oglivie

Landcorp

Nic Scrivin

WSP Ltd

David Visser

Landcorp

Pheobe Slee

Prize Winner, Waikato University


APPENDIX 2 CORPORATE ATTENDEES PARLIAMENTARY SEMINAR 2 - 12 MAY Kelsi Foale

ANZ

David Visser

Landcorp

Louise Griffin

ASB

Jocelyn Mckernan

BNZ

Ben Coley

McDonald’s Restaurants (New Zealand) Ltd

Peter Jiang

Coca-Cola Europartners Ltd

Tony Wright

MSD Pharmaceuticals

Jennifer Stephen

Contact Energy

Craig Glover

MSD Pharmaceuticals

Nigel East

Contact Energy

Greg Morris

NZ Post

Murray Bruges

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd

Emily Devaney

Russell McVeagh

Louis Poole

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd

Ben Kay

SKYCITY

Tim Rowe

Genesis Energy

Victoria Hawkins

St John

Chelsie Kumar

Guardians of NZ Superannuation

Corina Claps

St John

Toby Selman

Guardians of NZ Superannuation

Ben Holden

Talley’s Limited

Lucinda King

IAG

Dion Lorns

Talley’s Limited

Louise Evans-McDonalds

Imperial Brands Australia

Kenji Yamada

Todd Corporation

Michael Cusack

Imperial Brands Australia

Stephen Troughton

Todd Corporation

Tanea Chapman

KiwiRail

Nic Scrivin

WSP Ltd

Nigel Wilson

KiwiRail

Kate Palmer

WSP Ltd

Bernadette Kelly

Landcorp

Pheobe Slee

Prize Winner, Waikato University

APPENDIX 3 PARLIAMENTARY SEMINAR SPEAKERS FOR 2021 EXERCISING GOVERNMENT THROUGH PARLIAMENT SPEAKERS Rt Hon Trevor Mallard MP

Speaker of the House of Representatives

Suze Jones

Deputy Clerk of the House

Kieran McNulty MP

Snr Government Whip, Member for Wairapapa

Matt Doocey MP

Snr Opposition Whip, Member for Waimakariri

Simon O’Connor MP

Member for Tāmaki

Jenna Lynch

Representative of the Parliamentary Press Gallery

Hon Grant Robertson

Deputy Prime Minister, Member for Wellington Central

Hon Judith Collins MP

Leader of the Opposition, Member for Papakura

Angie Warren-Clark

List MP, Labour Party

Hon Michael Wood

Minister of Transport, Workplace Relations & Safety, Deputy Leader of the House, Member for Mt Roskill

Karen Chhour

List MP, ACT Party

Shanan Halbert MP

Member for Northcote

APPENDIX 3 PARLIAMENTARY SEMINAR SPEAKERS FOR 2021 MACHINERY OF GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT - TAKING A CLOSER LOOK Rt Hon Trevor Mallard MP

Speaker of the House of Representatives

Gerrard Carter

Legislation Coordinator, Dept Prime Minister & Cabinet

Kurt McLauchlan & Holly Donald

Snr Ministerial Adviser - Ministerial Office Deputy Chief of Staff - Ministerial Office

Pavan Sharma

Manager House, Office of the Clerk

Philippa Bell

Director, Labour Leader’s Office

Gareth Chaplin

Assoc Director - Central Government, Morrison Low

Gabor Hellyer

Principal Clerk of Committee for Justice, Office of the Clerk 13


APPENDIX 4 APPENDIX 4 TRAVEL FUND ASSISTANCE FOR SCHOOL VISITS TO PARLIAMENT 2021 THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF SCHOOLS WHO WERE FUNDED THROUGH THE TRUST AND ABLE TO UNDERTAKE AN EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO PARLIAMENT OUTSIDE OF COVID -19 RESTRICTIONS. PARENTS / CAREGIVERS FUNDED

SCHOOL

LOCATION

STUDENTS FUNDED

Marton School

Rangitikei

30

2

800

Hastings Boys High School

Hawkes Bay

20

Nil

800 480

$ GRANT

Thames Valley Alternate Learning

Coromandel

8

Nil

New Brighton Catholic School

Christchurch

18

1

Tapora School Rural & Remote Schools

Wellsford

3

Nil

240

Halfmoon Bay School | Rural & Remote Schools

Stewart Island

7

Nil

840

Kaitoke School Rural & Remote Schools

Great Barrier Island

8

Nil

640

Makuri School Rural & Remote Schools

Taraua District

3

Nil

75

Netherton School

Paeroa

30

2

1,920

Tauranga Girls’ College

Tauranga

20

1

1,260

Waitara East School

Nth Taranaki

16

2

720

Southland Girl’s High School

Invercargill

17

1

1,800

Kaiapoi High School

Nth Canterbury

10

Nil

Kamo Intermediate School

Whangarei

27

2

2,900

1,140

600

Thames High School

Coromandel

21

Nil

1,260

Maruia Primary School

West Coast

21

Nil

840

Marshland School

Christchurch

14

Nil

840

Moanataiari School

Coromandel

21

Nil

1,260

Paraparaumu College

Kapiti Coast

21

Nil

525

Maniototo Area School

Central Otago

10

Nil

1,000

14

Holy Family School

Wanaka

30

2

3,200

Nuhaka School

Nth Hawkes Bay

30

2

1,920

Our Ladies of Victories School

Christchurch

20

2

1,320


APPENDIX 5 APPENDIX 5 PRIZE WINNERS ALUMNI 2018 - PRESENT DAY University of Auckland

University of Otago

Kiri Picard [inaugural recipient] (2020)

James Heath [ inaugural] (2020)

Sophia Li (2021)

Matthew O’Connor (2021)

University of Canterbury

University of Waikato

Jessica Kikstra (2019)

Pheobe Slee [inaugural] (2020)

Eilish Espiner (2020)

David Mason (2021)

Terewai (Teri) Irwin (2021)

APPENDIX 5 SCHOLARSHIP & PRIZE WINNERS ALUMNI 2010 - 2018 University of Canterbury

Victoria University Wellington - Te Herenga Waka

Scholarship Winners

Prize Winners

Stella Smith (2016)

Karishma Patel & Rebecca Evans (2018)

Mandy Stratford (2015)

Holly Blackler & Emma Burge (2016)

Josephine Clarke (2014)

Samantha Lassen & Caleb Dawson-Swale (2015) Catherine Kan-Shaw and Nicola Yong (2014)

Victoria University Wellington - Te Herenga Waka

Alexis Harris & Natalie White (2013)

Scholarship Winners

Laura de Haan & Mary Davies - Colley (2012

Annie MacDonald (2018)

Jack Georgieff & Kirsten Mander (2011)

Samantha Arthur-Curtis (2016)

Eileen Moughan & Jessica Booker (2010)

Annie Du (2015) Dylon Chambers (2014) Nicola Yong (2014) Kirsten Mander (2011)

APPENDIX 5 YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITION WINNERS Shine Wu (2019)

Victoria University of Wellington

Wellington

Karan Kalsi (2016)

Lynfield College

Auckland

Emily McCarthy (2013)

Tauranga Girls’ College

Tauranga

Amelia MacDonald (2010)

Takapuna Grammar

Auckland

Luke Craven (2007)

Bethlehem College

Tauranga

Polly Higbee (2004)

St Hilda’s Collegiate School

Dunedin

Colin Fife (2000)

Christ’s College

Christchurch

Jennifer Ryan (1997)

St Oran’s College

Lower Hutt, Wellington 15


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PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021 PREPARED BY MUNRO BENGE CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS LIMITED 17


NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS AND PARLIAMENT TRUST ENTITY INFORMATION FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

LEGAL NAME OF ENTITY

New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust.

TYPE OF ENTITY AND LEGAL BASIS

New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust is incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 and is registered with the Charities Commission. The Registration Number is CC43956.

AUDITOR

Grant Thornton New Zealand Audit Limited.

BANKER

Westpac New Zealand Limited.

SOLICITOR

Russell McVeagh.

ACCOUNTANT

Munro Benge Chartered Accountants Limited.

ENTITY’S PURPOSE OR MISSION To advance and encourage understanding and goodwill between the business community of New Zealand and Parliamentarians.

ENTITY STRUCTURE The New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust (“the trust”) is a Trust focused on supporting business, economic and educational activities in New Zealand. It is also a registered charity. The Trust is governed by a Board of Trustees comprising four members of the Trustee Council who are subscribing Corporate members of the Trust, and three members of the Trustee Council who are Members of Parliament. The Trustee Council is composed of six subscribing corporate members and representatives from each of the political parties represented in the House of Representatives. The Board meets four times per year and must also convene an Annual General Meeting. The Trust’s operations are managed by a team of four part - time paid employees - the Chief Executive, an Executive Assistant (Programmes & Administration), a Communications and Social Media Assistant, and an Events Assistant.

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MAIN SOURCES OF THE ENTITY’S CASH AND RESOURCES

The New Zealand Business & Parliament Trust’s primary source of funding is through receipt of membership income. The Trust also receives interest income on bank balances held by it.

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

Parliament Buildings, 1 Molesworth Street, Wellington, 6011.

POSTAL ADDRESS

office@nzbpt.nz, Private Bag 18041, Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand, 6160.

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST STATEMENT OF SERVICE PERFORMANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

DESCRIPTION OF THE ENTITY’S OUTCOMES

The strategic objectives and outcomes of the New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust include: advancing and encouraging understanding and goodwill between the business community of New Zealand and Parliamentarians; widening the experience of Parliamentarians in their knowledge of the business community and improving the understanding within the business community of the issues facing Parliament; advancing and encouraging public education or other charitable purposes beneficial to the community in connection with the work of Parliament.

OUTCOMES AND MEASURES OF QUALITY AND OBJECTIVES IN RESPECT TO DELIVERY

Parliamentary Seminars (for Corporate members) Exercising Government through Parliament Machinery of Government & Parliament Activities specific to MPs Business Study Programme attachments (for MPs) Attachments confirmed / offered Attachments completed Attachments cancelled / lapsed Attachments still to be completed and / or deferred due to COVID Business Away Day Visit (for MPs) Activities open to Corporate Members, Ministers and MPs “Business Overview” events for Corporate members and MPs “President’s Dinners” for CEOs and senior leadership team members of the Trust’s Corporate membership ^New Members’ Function Members Network / Stakeholders Functions Education Provision of tertiary Trust Study Prizes Travel assistance for schools visiting Parliament Number of school applications received and approved for funding Number of schools utilising their approved grants Number of students assisted Number of parents|caregivers assisted Schools withdrawing applications Number of School visits Cancelled - COVID 19 Number of Schools where grant payments were withheld - COVID-19 Number of Grants Refunded - COVID 19

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ACTUAL

BUDGET

ACTUAL

2021

2021

2020

1 1

2 2

1 1

8 4 Nil 4 Nil

7 Nil Nil 1

6 2 4 Nil Nil

Nil Nil

Nil 2

Nil Nil

Nil 1

1 2

Nil 1

4

4

4

61 25 442 19 4 32 16 16

# # # # # #

35 583 39 4

#


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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

REVENUE

NOTES

2021 $

2020 $

Revenue from providing goods or services

1

307,728

306,477

Interest, dividends and other investment revenue

1

3,347

10,422

311,075

316,898

Total Revenue

EXPENSES

Volunteer and employee related costs

2

192,887

173,899

Costs related to providing goods or service

2

71,812

89,278

Other expenses

2

56,218

45,624

320,918

308,800

(9,843)

8,098

Total Expenses Surplus / (Deficit) for the Year

The accompanying notes form part of this Performance Report. Please refer to the independent audit report.

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2021

ASSETS

NOTES

31 DEC 2021

31 DEC 2020

$

$

Bank accounts and cash

315,666

50,096

Deposits

168,050

369,851

-

1,920

Accrued interest

511

1,502

GST receivable

917

2,772

485,143

426,140

Current Assets

Debtors and prepayments

Total Current Assets Non - Current Assets Property, Plant and Equipment

3

9,847

10,255

Intangible Assets

4

8,426

12,518

-

50,000

18,273

72,773

503,416

498,913

Creditors and accrued expenses

15,584

13,205

Employee costs payable

31,358

18,679

180

892

Total Current Liabilities

47,121

32,776

Total Liabilities

47,121

32,776

456,295

466,137

336,295

346,137

120,000

120,000

456,295

466,137

Investments Total Non - Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities

Other current liabilities

Total Assets less Total Liabilities (Net Assets) Accumulated Funds Retained earnings / Accumulated funds 5

Reserves Total Accumulated Funds

21 June 2022 Signed

Peter Griffiths

Date

21 June 2022 Signed

Darryl Stevens MNZM

Date

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH

2021

2020

$

$

307,728

311,477

Interest, dividends and other investment receipts

4,338

17,675

GST

1,688

(509)

(272,483)

(266,888)

(24,420)

(40,285)

16,851

21,469

(3,082)

(9,488)

Payments to purchase / sell investments

251,801

(285)

Total Cash Flows from Investing and Financing Activities

248,719

(9,773)

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

265,570

11,696

50,096

38,400

Net change in cash for period

265,570

11,696

Closing cash

315,666

50,096

Cash Flows from Operating Activities Fees, subscriptions and other receipts from members

Payments to suppliers and employees Donations or grants paid Total Cash Flows from Operating Activities Cash Flows from Investing and Financing Activities Payments to acquire property, plant and equipment

Bank Accounts and Cash Opening cash

This statement has been prepared without conducting an audit or review engagement, and should be read in conjunction with the attached Compilation Report.

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTING POLICIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

‘How did we do our accounting? ’

PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

BASIS OF PREPARATION

Property, plant and equipment are shown at cost or valuation less any accumulated depreciation and impairment loss.

The entity has elected to apply PBE SFR-A (NFP) Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting - Accrual (Not-For-Profit) on the basis that it does not have public accountability and has total annual expenses equal to or less than $2,000,000. All transactions in the Performance Report are reported using the accrual basis of accounting. The Performance Report is prepared under the assumption that the entity will continue to operate in the foreseeable future.

REVENUE Revenue is accounted for as follows: Membership Fees Fees and subscriptions receive in exchange or monthly access to member’s facilities are initially recorded as income in advance and recognised in revenue evenly over the membership period. Interest and dividend income Interest is recognised on an accrual basis.

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST) The entity is registered for GST. All amounts are stated exclusive of goods and services tax (GST) except for accounts payable and accounts receivable which are stated inclusive of GST.

INCOME TAX NZ Business & Parliament Trust is wholly exempt from New Zealand income tax having fully complied with all statutory conditions for these exemptions.

BANK ACCOUNTS AND CASH Bank accounts and cash in the Statement of Cash Flows comprise cash balances and bank balances (including short term deposits) with original maturities of 90 days or less.

INVESTMENTS Investments are recorded at cost.

Depreciation Depreciation is provided on a straight-line basis on all property, plant and equipment, at rates that will write off the cost of the assets to their estimated residual values over their useful lives. The depreciation rates and useful lives associated with major classes of assets have been estimated as follows: Office equipment : 5 years Intangible Assets The Trust has elected to adopt the Tier 2 standard PBE IPSAS 31 Intangible Assets in relation to the capitalisation of the costs incurred in the development of the website. Intangible assets acquired by the Trust, which finite useful lives, are measured at cost less accumulated amortisation and any impairment losses. Acquired website development costs are capitalised on the basis of the costs incurred to acquire and develop the website. Amortisation Intangible assets are amortised on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful life of the asset, from the date they are available for use and reported within the surplus or deficit for the year. The following amortisation rates have been applied: Website : 20% SL

EMPLOYEE COSTS Employee entitlements are measured at undiscounted nominal values based on accrued entitlements at current rates of pay. These include annual leave earned but not taken at balance date. The Trust recognises a liability and an expense for bonuses it is contractually obliged to pay, or where a past event has created a constructive obligation.

CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIES There have been no changes in accounting policies. Policies have been applied on a consistent basis with those of the previous reporting period.

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST NOTES TO THE PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

NOTE 1 – ANALYSIS OF REVENUE

2021

2020

$

$

312,750

314,500

(5,022)

(8,023)

307,728

306,477

Interest Income

3,347

10,422

Total Interest, dividends and other investment revenue

3,347

10,422

NOTE 2 - ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES

2021

2020

$

$

Secretariat

192,887

173,899

Total Volunteer and employee related costs

192,887

173,899

Brochures, Annual Review and Newsletters

22,624

35,282

Business and Parliamentary study programmes

14,487

10,362

School Travel Funding

26,340

38,365

Special Events

3,695

2,268

Study Fund Expenditure

4,667

3,000

71,812

89,278

Amortisation - Website

4,092

4,092

Depreciation

3,490

2,826

715

570

Insurance

1,110

1,010

Rent

5,333

5,333

Revenue from providing goods or services Subscriptions Subscriptions Written Off Total Revenue from providing goods or services Interest, dividends and other investment revenue

Volunteer and employee related costs

Costs related to providing goods or services

Total Costs related to providing goods or services Other expenses

General Expenses

Professional Fees

32,424

21,845

Stationery & Postage

2,568

4,974

Telephone & Communications

3,015

3,199

89

1,099

Travel & Accommodation

26

Website & Social Media

3,383

675

Total Other expenses

56,218

45,624


NOTE 3 - PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

2021

2020

$

$

20,774

17,692

(10,928)

(7,437)

Total Furniture and Fittings

9,847

10,255

Total Property, Plant and Equipment

9,847

10,255

10,255

3,593

3,082

9,488

Furniture and Fittings Furniture and fittings owned Accumulated depreciation - furniture and fittings owned

RECONCILIATION OF BOOK VALUE Furniture & Fittings Opening Value Additions

-

-

(3,490)

(2,826)

Total Furniture & Fittings

9,847

10,255

NOTE 4 - INTANGIBLE ASSETS

2021

2020

$

$

20,460

20,460

(12,034)

(7,942)

Total Website

8,426

12,518

Total Intangible Assets

8,426

12,518

12,518

16,610

Additions

-

-

Disposal

-

-

Disposals Depreciation

Website Cost Accumulated Amortisation

RECONCILIATION OF BOOK VALUE Website Opening Value

Amortisation

(4,092)

(4,092)

Total Website

8,426

12,518

NOTE 5 - ACCUMULATED FUNDS

2021

2020

$

$

336,295

346,137

Study Fund Reserves

120,000

120,000

Total Reserves

120,000

120,000

Total Accumulated Funds

456,295

466,137

Accumulated Funds Reserves

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST NOTES TO THE PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2021

NOTE 6 - BREAKDOWN OF RESERVES Reserves

2021

2020

$

$

120,000

120,000

NOTE 7 - SIGNIFICANT DONATED ASSETS - NOT RECORDED The Trust has not received any significant donated assets during the course of the year (2020: None)

NOTE 8 - COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES There were no commitments or contingencies as at 31 December 2021 (2020: None)

NOTE 9 - RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS

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2021 $ VALUE OF

2020 $ VALUE OF

2021 $ VALUE OF

2020 $ VALUE OF

TRANSACTIONS

TRANSACTIONS

OUTSTANDING

OUTSTANDING

Description of Related Party Relationship

Description of the Transaction (whether in cash or amount in kind)

Amounts paid to the Chairman

The Trust Board agreed (and ratified at the AGM on 10 April 2013) that the Chairman would receive an honorarium of $15,000 per annum, if requested

0

0

0

0

The Chairman also receives $1,200 in Chairman’s disbursements, if requested

0

0

0

0

The other Trustees do not receive any funds

0

0

0

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INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT

Audit Grant Thornton New Zealand Audit Limited L15 Grant Thornton House 215 Lambton Quay PO Box 10712 Wellington 6143 T +64 (0) 4 474 8500 www.grantthornton.co.nz

TO THE TRUSTEES OF NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS AND PARLIAMENT TRUST : REPORT ON THE PERFORMANCE REPORT

OPINION We have audited the performance report of New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust (the “Trust”) on pages 18 to 28, which comprises the entity information, the statement of service performance, the statement of financial performance and statement of cash flows for the year ended 31 December 2021, the statement of financial position as at 31 December 2021, and notes to the financial statements, including a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information. In our opinion: a) the reported outcomes and outputs, and quantification of the outputs to the extent practicable, in the statement of service performance are suitable; b) the accompanying performance report presents fairly, in all material respects: the entity information for the year then ended; the service performance for the year then ended; and the financial position of the Trust as at 31 December 2021 and its financial performance, and cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting – Accrual (Not-ForProfit) issued in New Zealand by the New Zealand Accounting Standards Board. We have agreed any budget financial information to the agreed budget as signed by the Trustees.

BASIS FOR OPINION We conducted our audit of the statement of financial performance, statement of financial position, statement of cash flows, statement of accounting policies and notes to the performance report in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (New Zealand) (ISAs (NZ)), and the audit of the entity information and statement of service performance in accordance with the International Standard on Assurance Engagements (New Zealand) ISAE (NZ) 3000 (Revised). Our responsibilities under those standards are further described in the Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the Performance Report section of our report. We are independent of Trust in accordance with Professional and Ethical Standard 1 International Code of Ethics for Assurance Practitioners (including International Independence Standards) (New Zealand) issued by the New Zealand Auditing and Assurance Standards Board, and we have fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with these requirements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. Other than in our capacity as auditor we have no relationship with, or interests in, the Trust. Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers Member of Grant Thornton International Ltd

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INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TRUSTEES FOR THE PERFORMANCE REPORT The Trustees are responsible for: (a) Identifying outcomes and outputs, and quantifying the outputs to the extent practicable, that are relevant, reliable, comparable and understandable, to report in the statement of service performance; (b) the preparation and fair presentation of the performance report on behalf of the entity which comprises: the entity information; the statement of service performance; and the statement of financial performance, statement of financial position, statement of cash flows, statement of accounting policies and notes to the performance report in accordance with Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting - Accrual (Not-ForProfit) issued by the New Zealand Accounting Standards Board, and (c) for such internal control as the Trustees determine is necessary to enable the preparation of the performance report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. In preparing the performance report, the Trustees are responsible on behalf of the Trust for assessing the Trust’s ability to continue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters related to going concern and using the going concern basis of accounting unless the Trustees either intend to liquidate the Trust or to cease operations, or have no realistic alternative but to do so.

AUDITOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE AUDIT OF THE PERFORMANCE REPORT Our objectives are to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the performance report is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, and to issue an auditor’s report that includes our opinion. Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance, but is not a guarantee that an audit conducted in accordance with ISAs (NZ) and ISAE (NZ) 3000 (Revised) will always detect a material misstatement when it exists. Misstatements can arise from fraud or error and are considered material if, individually or in the aggregate, they could reasonably be expected to influence the economic decisions of users taken on the basis of this performance report. As part of an audit in accordance with ISAs (NZ) and ISAE (NZ) 3000 (Revised), we exercise professional judgement and maintain professional scepticism throughout the audit. We also:

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Identify and assess the risks of material misstatement of the performance report, whether due to fraud or error, design and perform audit procedures responsive to those risks, and obtain audit evidence that is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. The risk of not detecting a material misstatement resulting from fraud is higher than for one resulting from error, as fraud may involve collusion, forgery, intentional omissions, misrepresentations, or the override of internal control.


Obtain an understanding of internal control relevant to the audit in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Evaluate the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates and related disclosures made by management. Conclude on the appropriateness of the use of the going concern basis of accounting by the Trustees and, based on the audit evidence obtained, whether a material uncertainty exists related to events or conditions that may cast significant doubt on the entity’s ability to continue as a going concern. If we conclude that a material uncertainty exists, we are required to draw attention in our auditor’s report to the related disclosures in the performance report or, if such disclosures are inadequate, to modify our opinion. Our conclusions are based on the audit evidence obtained up to the date of our auditor’s report. However, future events or conditions may cause the entity to cease to continue as a going concern. Evaluate the overall presentation, structure and content of the performance report, including the disclosures, and whether the performance report represents the underlying transactions and events in a manner that achieves fair presentation. Perform procedures to obtain evidence about and evaluate whether the reported outcomes and outputs, and quantification of the outputs to the extent practicable, are relevant, reliable, comparable and understandable. We communicate with the Trustees regarding, among other matters, the planned scope and timing of the audit and significant audit findings, including any significant deficiencies in internal control that we identify during our audit.

RESTRICTION ON USE OF OUR REPORT This report is made solely to the Trust’s Trustees, as a body. Our audit work has been undertaken so that we might state to the Trust’s Trustees, as a body, those matters which we are required to state to them in our audit report and for no other purpose. To the fullest extent permitted by law, we do not accept or assume responsibility to anyone other than the Trust and the Entity’s Trustees, as a body, for our audit work, for this report or for the opinion we have formed. Grant Thornton New Zealand Audit Limited

B Kennerley Partner Wellington 21 June 2022

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NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS & PARLIAMENT TRUST DIRECTORY AND MEMBERSHIP

PRESIDENT

CHAIRMAN

Rt Hon Trevor Mallard MP

Peter Griffiths

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

TRUSTEE COUNCIL

BOARD MEMBERS

CHIEF EXECUTIVE

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern Hon Judith Collins MP (to November) John Dakin (to AGM, June) Peter Griffiths Chris Litchfield Nancy McConnell Joanne Mahon (from June) Ricardo Menéndez March MP Dr Deborah Russell MP Catherine Soper (from June) Gretta Stephens Tim van de Molen MP Brooke van Velden MP Guy Waipara

Peter Griffiths (Chair) Nancy McConnell (Deputy Chair) Dr Deborah Russell MP Gretta Stephens Chris Litchfield Tim van de Molen MP

Darryl Stevens MNZM EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Vasoula Kappatos EVENTS ASSISTANT Tassie Wong COMMS & SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN Oliver Malthus (from May)

CORPORATE MEMBERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

AbbVie Ltd Air New Zealand Ltd Airways Corporation of NZ Ltd ANZ (New Zealand) Ltd ASB Bank Auckland International Airport Ltd Bank of New Zealand Ltd Barenbrug New Zealand Ltd Barfoot & Thompson Beef + Lamb New Zealand Christchurch Int’l Airport Ltd Coca-Cola Europartners Ltd Deloitte Ltd Dentons Kensington Swan Downer (NZ) Ltd [Hawkins Ltd] Fonterra Co-operative Group Foodstuffs NZ Ltd Fujitsu New Zealand Ltd Genesis Energy Ltd GlaxoSmithKline NZ Ltd Goodman New Zealand Ltd Guardians of NZ Superannuation IAG New Zealand Ltd Imperial Tobacco NZ Ltd

25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

Johnson & Johnson NZ Ltd Kaipara Limited Kiwi Property Group Ltd KiwiRail Lion New Zealand Lotto New Zealand Marsden Maritime Holdings Ltd McDonald’s Restaurants NZ Ltd Merck Healthcare Pty Ltd Merck Sharp & Dohme (NZ) Ltd Mercury NZ Ltd Meridian Energy Metro Performance Glass NZ Microsoft Corporation NZ Post Group NZ Steel Ltd OceanaGold Waihi Pāmu Farms New Zealand Pfizer New Zealand Ltd Ports of Auckland Ltd PowerNet Limited Rio Tinto (NZ Aluminium Smelters Ltd) Russell McVeagh Saatchi & Saatchi

49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70.

Sanofi New Zealand Ltd SBS Bank Group Sealord Group Ltd SKYCITY Entertainment Group Southern Cross Medical Care Society Spark New Zealand St John Silvereye Communications Subaru of New Zealand Synlait Milk Limited Talley’s Group Ltd Television New Zealand Ltd Todd Corporation Ltd Transpower New Zealand Ltd Vector Ltd Veolia Ltd Villa Maria Estate Ltd [to September] Westpac Willis Bond & Co Ltd Woolworths New Zealand WSP Limited Z Energy

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Hon Jenny Salesa Hon Scott Simpson JP Hon Aupito William Sio Hon Louise Upston Tim van de Molen Louisa Wall Angie Warren Clark Dr Duncan Webb Hon Meka Whaitiri Hon Poto Williams Nicola Willis Hon Michael Woodhouse Hon Dr Megan Woods

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS (RETURNING TO THE 53RD PARLIAMENT) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern Ginny Andersen Andrew Bayly Hon David Bennett Chris Bishop Hon Simon Bridges Hon Gerry Brownlee Hon Dr David Clark Hon Jacqui Dean Matt Doocey Hon Kris Faafoi Hon Julie Ann Genter Hon Paul Goldsmith Hon Peeni Henare Hon Chris Hipkins

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Barbara Kuriger Melissa Lee Hon Andrew Little Jan Logie Hon Nanaia Mahuta Rt Hon Trevor Mallard Hon Todd McClay Ian McKelvie Todd Muller Hon Stuart Nash Hon Damien O’Connor Simon O’Connor Hon Grant Robertson Dr Deborah Russell Hon Jenny Salesa

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