A detailed timeline of events can be found on the following link:Detailed Chronology of Events
A summarised version is as follows:
 the original sponsoring Employer – Elder, Smith & Co Limited – incorporated in South Australia. More details can be found here.
 the original Trust Deed executed establishing an occupational pension fund for certain “male officers” of the sponsoring Employer.The fund, called the Provident and Guarantee Fund, was a contributing fund requiring members contributions of 2.5% of salary.More details can be found here.
 the first Deed of Variation amending the terms of original Trust Deed executed.More details can be found here.
 a separate trust was established to provide retirement benefits to female staff was established. The fund, called the Women’s Provident Fund, was a non-contributing fund.
 the name of the fund established on the 23 December 1913 was shortened to The Provident Fund.
 a consolidation Deed of Variation was executed that amended the pension formula to provide an improved benefit in the event of retrenchment. A survivorship pension for widows was also introduced.More details can be found here.
 the terms of the occupational pension trust established on the 23 December 1913 were amended by an enactment of the Parliament of South Australia.
 the terms of the trust were amended to provide a power to the members to remove and appoint two natural person Trustees and for the Pensioners to remove and appoint one natural person Trustee. More details can be found here.
 a purported “Resolution” bearing the signature of John Dorman Elliott was used as justification for removing five natural person Trustees resident in South Australia and appointing a sole corporate Trustee resident in Victoria.The Provident Fund established in 1913 is renamed the Elders IXL Superannuation Fund.
 the former National Companies and Securities Commission (NCSC) commences an investigation into the conduct of the senior executives of Elders IXL Limited after nearly 20% of the shares of BHP were acquired in a lighting share raid.
 Ken Jarrett executes a purported Deed of Variation son after the NCSC commences investigation.
 the body of publisher Robert Maxwell is found floating in the Atlantic Ocean and the theft of £454 million from the employees’ pension funds of the Mirror Newspaper Group is quickly discovered.
 the Keating Government makes superannuation compulsory for all working Australians.
 the “equal representation rule” is included in the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 in response to the Robert Maxwell pensions Scandal in the UK. Elections held for Member-elected Directors of the purported corporate Trustee of the