Board of Directors
The Board of Directors (BOD) is an organ of the Company that manages business operations to achieve its corporate vision and mission for the best interest of the Company. The BOD is also responsible for representing the Company both within and outside the court of law in accordance with the provisions in the Company’s Articles of Association.
The BOD works in accordance with the Board of Director Charter and the Code of Conduct. The BOD Charter sets out the binding guidelines for every BOD member to perform their duties and responsibilities effectively and in accordance with good corporate governance principles.
In general, the main duties of the BOD are as follows:
- Managing operations for the best interest of the Company to achieve the Company’s goals;
- Holding Annual General Meeting (AGM) and General Meeting of Shareholders (GMS) in accordance with the Company’s Articles of Association as well as prevailing laws and regulations; and
- In order to support the effectiveness of their duties execution, the BOD could establish a committee.
Based of the Articles of Association, the BOD shall consist of at least three members, whose appointment and dismissal are carried out through the GMS. The term of the BOD shall end at the closing of the fifth AGM after the date of the appointment. A BOD member whose tenure has ended could be reappointed or replaced through the GMS after considering the recommendation from Nomination and Remuneration Committee.
Based on the Company’s Extraordinary General Meeting resolution dated on 25 January 2019, the BOD consists of six members, one of which is an Independent Director.
Currently, the members of BOD are as follow: