- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Governance Policy
- Roles and Responsibilities of Company Secretary
- Corporate Governance Report
- Report of the Corporate Governance Committee
- Corporate Governance & Business Code of Conduct Handbook
- Supplier Code of Conduct
- Corporate Compliance Policy
- Internal Control
- Risk Management and Risk Factors
- Responsibility to Stakeholders
- Shareholders´ Information
- Contact Chairman of Corporate Governance Committee
- Contact Company Secretary
The Company is committed to conforming to the 5 core values of Good Corporate Governance principles, which are incompliance with the Principles of Corporate Governance of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). The principles are presented in 5 categories:
1. Rights of Shareholders
Valuing the fundamental rights of the shareholders, the Board of Directors (“the Board”) recognize their rights and does not violate or deprive shareholders’ rights as the owner of the Company. Shareholders control the Company by appointing the Board to act as their representatives. The Company encourages shareholders to exercise their rights to participate and make decisions in the meetings.
2. Equitable Treatment of Shareholders
The Company shall set procedures to prevent the use of inside information, inside trading or related party transaction to make sure that all shareholders are treated equally and receive the same information.
3. Responsibilities to Stakeholders
The stakeholders shall be treated fairly in accordance with their legal rights or agreement with the Company. The Company shall provide a mechanism to promote cooperation between the Company and its stakeholders in order to create wealth, financial stability and sustainability growth.
4. Disclosure and Transparency
Valuing the criticality of information quality and disclosure that is equitable, transparent, and fair through readily accessible channels, the Company ensures that preparation and disclosure of important information includes financial reports and non-financial reports as well as any other relevant information in an adequate, reliable, and timely manner.
5. Responsibilities of the Board
The Board of Directors consists of knowledgeable and experienced individuals – they play a key role in business supervision in the Company’s best interest. Their responsibility to duties and performance is therefore a core principle of good corporate governance. They conduct their duties with integrity, transparency, and prudence – the Board not only understands the roles and responsibility required by laws, regulation, shareholders’ resolution, and the principles of good corporate governance, but also refrains from engaging in actions of conflict of interests with the Company in order to bolster the confidence of the shareholders and other stakeholders.