The Board has established four standing committees (each with a clear purpose and terms of reference) to assist it in the responsible discharge of its duties.
Audit and Finance Committee
- Monitor the annual and quarterly statements, returns and any other public financial reports or disclosures of FaithLife Financial.
- Monitor the activities of FaithLife Financial including investment activities which may have impact on its financial well-being.
- Monitor financial reporting internal control procedures.
- Monitor the work of the external auditor of FaithLife Financial.
- Develop the approach of FaithLife Financial to matters of corporate governance policy and make recommendations to the Board with respect to such matters.
- Monitor the Board on the effectiveness of the Board as a whole and the Committees of the Board.
- Consider the mandates of the Committees of the Board, selection and rotation of Committee members and chairpersons, and make related recommendations to the Board.
- Monitor the Director orientation and governance education program of the Board.
- Consider the appropriate compensation to be paid to members of the Board and make related recommendations.
Human Resources and Nominations Committee
(a) Human Resources
- Recommend the Board policy on human resources principles and compensation philosophy and principles.
- Monitor overall organizational employment health, performance and engagement.
- Recommend the CEO Position Description and CEO employment and compensation terms.
- Recommend the design and monitor the implementation of the annual CEO performance evaluation.
- Monitor executive management appointments, total compensation, succession planning and personal development plans.
- Monitor FaithLife Financial's Pension and Benefits Committee.
- Manage and act on Board-approved nominations strategy.
- Monitor the election process and implementation.
- Determine Board of Director candidates for Board approval.
Risk and Compliance Committee
- Develop, monitor and recommend policies related to risk appetite, acceptable risk tolerances, risk indicators and assessment, and risk management.
- Develop, monitor, and recommend policies with respect to Capital Adequacy.
- Monitor legal, regulatory and environmental compliance and safety matters.
- Monitor new business/operational initiatives.