Corporate Governance of CSI Trusts & Funds
Tshikululu insists on rigorous corporate governance standards in its beneficiary projects, and it demands the same of itself. Our values of care, excellence, innovation and integrity govern the way we operate and our interaction with all stakeholders.
The trusts managed by Tshikululu and the company itself are subject to annual independent audits conducted by Deloitte & Touche.
We have a representative, unitary board of directors and a set of members as required by the Companies Act for Section 21 companies. Five of the company’s seven directors are non-executive.
The directors have a duty to act in good faith, with due diligence and care in the best interests of the company, clients and all stakeholders. The directors are responsible for assessing organisational risks, and have sub-committees for Audit, Risk and Compliance and Remuneration. They are the guardians of Tshikululu’s values and ethics.
Tshikululu maintains comprehensive liability covers for all Corporate Social Investment funds under management, with reputable insurers.