session 7 Board
Chair / Presenter: John Baistow & Helen Clarke
•  Board renewal
•  MD informal review
assessing project practicality & risk
1.  Shared value – creating value with values
2.  Investor engagement influences inv...
1.  Cooperatives make a significant contribution to socio-economic
development, particularly on poverty reduction, employm...
some impressive coop numbers
•  1 billion owners of cooperatives globally
•  Help secure the livelihood of 3 billion peopl...
what we knew and now know
The key to making a profit and positive impact is actually to
make a positive impact in such a way that generates profit.
...
a new narrative – rethinking
capitalism, the creation of shared
value
“Not all profit is equal. Profits involving a social...
Shared value, transformative business
thinking. Enhancing shareholder value
whilst simultaneously advancing the
economic, ...
Reconceiving
products and
markets
Looking at
money
through a
different lens
1.  Renewable energy
2.  The welfare of vulner...
Reconceiving
products and
markets
Looking at
money
through a
different lens
1.  ADI safety and security
2.  Highly regulat...
Reconceiving
products and
markets
Looking at
money
through a
different lens
1.  Credit risk
2.  Reputational risk
3.  Regu...
Reconceiving
products and
markets
Looking at
money
through a
different lens
•  It’s all about impact
•  Non financial meas...
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  1. 1. session 7 Board Chair / Presenter: John Baistow & Helen Clarke •  Board renewal •  MD informal review
  2. 2. assessing project practicality & risk 1.  Shared value – creating value with values 2.  Investor engagement influences investment section 3.  Identifying and managing risk 4.  Collaboration is critical 5.  Measuring impact
  3. 3. 1.  Cooperatives make a significant contribution to socio-economic development, particularly on poverty reduction, employment generation and social integration 2.  Cooperatives offer a diverse, values-based approach to business which can provide a sustainable source of revenue for communities and individuals 3.  Cooperatives play an important role amongst a diverse corporate ecology, strengthening communities socially, economically and environmentally We have a powerful and positive story to tell when it comes to financing community development a global movement of cooperation
  4. 4. some impressive coop numbers •  1 billion owners of cooperatives globally •  Help secure the livelihood of 3 billion people •  Employ 20% more people than all the multinationals •  The worlds top 300 cooperatives turn over $1.6 trillion equivalent to the GDP of Canada •  Three times as many cooperative owners as investors in the world •  Cooperative banks did not contribute to the GFC: market share; France 45%, Netherlands 40%, Germany 25% and Italy 20%  •  1600 Australian cooperatives in finance, insurance, agriculture and farming, health, retail, housing, manufacturing and arts sectors
  5. 5. what we knew and now know
  6. 6. The key to making a profit and positive impact is actually to make a positive impact in such a way that generates profit. However, a new and positive post GFC trend is seeing the emergence of businesses that exist to create profits by creating social and environmental benefit. a new narrative – rethinking capitalism, the creation of shared value Commonplace? No Obvious? Yes
  7. 7. a new narrative – rethinking capitalism, the creation of shared value “Not all profit is equal. Profits involving a social purpose represent a higher form of capitalism, one that creates a positive cycle of company and community prosperity” Michael Porter & Mark Kramer Harvard Business Review January 2011
  8. 8. Shared value, transformative business thinking. Enhancing shareholder value whilst simultaneously advancing the economic, social, environmental & governance conditions in the communities where we operate; not in a way that is marginal to our business but in a way that is central to everything we do as a customer owned responsible bank social interests, expectations, needs & values governance, risk, compliance interests, expectations, needs & Values environmental interests, expectations, needs & Values economic interests, expectations, needs & values Reconceiving products and markets Looking at money through a different lens + - purpose
  9. 9. Reconceiving products and markets Looking at money through a different lens 1.  Renewable energy 2.  The welfare of vulnerable people in the community 3.  Quality of education 4.  Climate change 5.  Housing affordability 6.  Sustainable housing design 7.  Loss of biodiversity Issues currently most important to our customers who own the bank Shared value, transformative business thinking. Enhancing shareholder value whilst simultaneously advancing the economic, social, environmental & governance conditions in the communities where we operate; not in a way that is marginal to our business but in a way that is central to everything we do as a customer owned responsible bank
  10. 10. Reconceiving products and markets Looking at money through a different lens 1.  ADI safety and security 2.  Highly regulated APRA and ASIC environment 3.  Deposit guarantee 4.  Established marketplace 5.  Guaranteed return 6.  Fee free 7.  Accessible to non sophisticated investors Responsible cash as an asset class Shared value, transformative business thinking. Enhancing shareholder value whilst simultaneously advancing the economic, social, environmental & governance conditions in the communities where we operate; not in a way that is marginal to our business but in a way that is central to everything we do as a customer owned responsible bank
  11. 11. Reconceiving products and markets Looking at money through a different lens 1.  Credit risk 2.  Reputational risk 3.  Regulatory risk 4.  Alignment with the bank’s purpose 5.  Alignment with investor values, interests, needs and expectations Identifying and managing risks Shared value, transformative business thinking. Enhancing shareholder value whilst simultaneously advancing the economic, social, environmental & governance conditions in the communities where we operate; not in a way that is marginal to our business but in a way that is central to everything we do as a customer owned responsible bank
  12. 12. Reconceiving products and markets Looking at money through a different lens •  It’s all about impact •  Non financial measures of performance •  Financial reporting •  Sustainability reporting •  Integrated corporate reporting Measurement Social and environmental return on investment Shared value, transformative business thinking. Enhancing shareholder value whilst simultaneously advancing the economic, social, environmental & governance conditions in the communities where we operate; not in a way that is marginal to our business but in a way that is central to everything we do as a customer owned responsible bank
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