CBA is looking to make a big splash on the football field this year, with its remunerations report looking to set the bar high.
The AFL and CBA have set aside $2.2 billion to boost the game, which is expected to be the most lucrative in the history of the sport.
But it’s not just about the big money.CBA’s remuneratives committee is responsible for the development of the CPA’s CBA Performance Fund and the CFA’s CFA Performance Fund, which have been in place since 2008.
The CBA has set aside more than $5 billion for the Performance Fund as well as $1 billion for CFA and $1.2 million for AFL clubs.
And it is expected the committee will oversee the CMA’s compensation structure.
It is also expected to review the structure of the AFL Players’ Association and the AFL Women’s Players’ Fund, as well the CTA’s CTA Management Plan, which covers salaries and expenses.
It will also look at the CSA’s CSA Pension Plan, and the compensation for CBA employees.
In the wake of the 2016 CBA Board meeting, there was some confusion about the structure and remuneraries, with some reports suggesting the committee was not directly responsible for CPA salaries, while others said it was.
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