Public sector bodies are required to post online the names and compensation paid to:
- all board members; and
- employees who earn over $126,375 (for 2016) and $125,000 (for 2015).
This is a requirement under the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act, which applies to:
The postings are required by June 30 each year and will be maintained for five years.
Learn more about agencies, boards and commissions.
Learn more about the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act.
ACFA compensates its board members per Appendix 3, Schedule 1, Part A of the current Committee Remuneration Order (Order-in-Council 466/2007).
Alberta Capital Finance Authority Compensation Disclosure
An Assistant Deputy Minister of Treasury Board and Finance and an Assistant Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs are Class A directors assigned due to their positions and are not remunerated by ACFA.
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Questions about this disclosure may be directed to Troy Holinski, President, Alberta Capital Finance Authority.
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