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The Board of Directors and executives realised the importance of the Company's compliance with corporate governance principles and are determined to continuously improve corporate governance to be the bedrock in conducting business and to be accepted internationally. Mc Group also fosters transparency, business ethics, social responsibility as well as accountability to all Company's stake-holders.

The Board of Directors has stipulated good corporate governance policies and business ethics in writing as a guideline for conducting its business for directors, executives and employees. This is to ensure efficient management systems, add values and support sustainable growth of the Company in the future. The Board of Directors shall review and adjust the corporate governance policies and business ethics on an annual basis to be consistent with changes in business operations, environment, situations or related laws.

The Company published its corporate governance policies in its website as a guideline for employees of all levels to conform to and as important information for shareholders, stakeholders, investors and other people who might be interested. To encourage the compliance, the Company requires all employees to sign and acknowledge this code of conduct during new employee orientation. Furthermore, internal control processes are put in place to monitor compliance to this code of conduct.

Results from the Corporate Governance Report of Thai Listed Company 2016 showed that the Company's average score for all 5 sections of corporate governance was at 87 which was at par with the average SET 100 Index (at 86).

Corporate Governance Policy

The Company follows the guideline of Code of Best Practices for Directors of Listed Company set by the Stock Exchange of Thailand as well as the Principles of Good Corporate Governance For Listed Companies (2012) in establishing and developing good corporate governance policies. The policies are divided into 5 sections. In 2016, the Company strictly complied with the corporate governance policies as detailed below.

Section 1: Rights of Shareholders

The Company recognizes the importance of the rights of shareholders and shall not act in a manner that violates or diminishes any right of shareholders but only encourage shareholders to exercise their rights.

In 2016, the Company has taken the following actions to support and facilitate its shareholders to exercise their rights.

  • The structure between the Company, its subsidiaries and associated companies is simple. There is no mutual or overlapping sets of shareholders nor pyramid holding structure. This is to confirm its shareholders of their returns.
  • The Company acts in its capacity to best accommodate the exercises of basic rights of all shareholders including majority shareholders, minority shareholders, institutional investors and foreign shareholders equally and refrain from any action that limits their chances to attend the meetings of all types of investors. Those rights include rights to purchase, dispose or transfer shares, right to clear and correct information, right to attend the meetings and cast the vote to approve important agenda items, right to appoint or remove Company's directors, right to determine remunerations of the Board of Directors, right to appoint and remove the auditors and determine audit fees, right to share profits, right to participate in decision-making or acknowledge the Company's decisions related to changes in Company's fundamentals.
  • The Company send out notice of shareholders' meeting and other supporting documents 7 days before the scheduled meeting (or any duration specified by law). The notice details meeting agenda items and pertinent documents including comments of the Board of Directors, the proxy form (per Ministry of Commerce's designation) and names of independent directors that shareholders can delegate their representation to for the shareholders' meeting. The notice also includes map and direction to the meeting's venue and provides list of documents that shareholders are required to present on the meeting day in order to exercise their rights as shareholders in attending and voting at the shareholders' meeting according to shareholders' meeting rules of the Company. Furthermore, shareholders may access to information related to meeting agenda online through the Company's website []
  • The Company discloses information and details related to rights of shareholders in the Stock Exchange of Thailand's news system and its own website taking into considerations fairness in receiving news and information, exercising period and conveniency. Actions that may limit access to Company's information or hinder communications between shareholders are prohibited.
  • In the event that shareholders are not able to attend the shareholders' meeting, the Company allows shareholders to grant their rights to independent directors or any other persons whom the shareholders might wish to appoint as a proxy to cast the votes on their behalf.
  • For each shareholders' meeting, the Chairman of the meeting or other assigned persons inform attendees of the rules to be observed in the meeting including voting process as well as allocate sufficient time for the meeting.
  • During shareholders' meeting, the Chairman ensures equal rights to each shareholder in asking questions, voicing opinions or making recommendations. Directors and related executives will be present in the meeting in order to respond to any query or accept recommendations that shareholders may have and will consider actions to take forward as appropriate. After the meeting, the Company will prepare an accurate and comprehensive shareholders' meeting report within 14 days after the meeting day and submit the shareholders' meeting report to relevant agencies and make the report available to the public by releasing the report in the company's website so that shareholders and other stakeholders can have access to.
Section 2: Equitable Treatment of Shareholders

The Company acts impartially to all shareholders including shareholders who are or are not executives, majority shareholders, minority shareholders, institutional investors, foreign shareholders.

The following principles shall apply

  • The Company issued policies and take actions in the disclosure of information in a correct, complete, timely and transparent manner to the shareholders. Disclosure of important information is conducted regularly through various channels so that all shareholders have an equal access to the information. Shareholders can make enquiries on information and other news to Investor Relations department or the Company's website, apart from the information disclosure to the Stock Exchange of Thailand
  • The Company has in place relevant policies and practices to prevent its directors or executives from using information that is not disclosed to the public for their personal benefits

2016 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders

The Company values rights of shareholders and fair treatment to its shareholders and rigorously adopted related practices in con-ducting every shareholders' meeting from before the meeting, the meeting day to after the meeting. For the 2016 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on 21st April 2016 at 14:00 hrs at Suvarnnabhumi Grand Ballroom, Novotel Suvarnnabhumi Airport Hotel 999 Moo 1, Nongprue, Bangplee, Samutprakan, various kinds of mass transportation were available for shareholders to use in attending the meeting.

At the 2016 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, 573 shareholders including their proxies attended the meeting. This is equivalent to 84.56% of outstanding shares. All 8 directors participated in the meeting or there was 100% attendance of the directors. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, the Chairman of the Audit Committee, the Chairman of the Risk Management Committee, the Chair-man of the Sustainable Development Committee, the Chief Executive Offer and Managing Director, high-level executives, corporate secretary and the auditor all together participated in the meeting. Details of the meeting execution are outlined below.

Before the Shareholders' Meeting

  • The Company prepared the notice to shareholders' meeting in both Thai and English. For the 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders, the Company posted the meeting notice on its website since 22nd March 2016, 30 days prior to the meeting date and sent out the meeting notice to the shareholders 21 days before the meeting date so that the shareholders received all documents in advance and had sufficient time to re-view the information before the meeting.
  • Notice to the meeting contains adequate and complete information including facts, reasons, comments from the Board of Directors for shareholders' deliberations. The agenda of the meeting is as follow.
    1. For agenda related to director's appointment, first name, last name, age, educational background, working experience of each nominated director, number of companies they hold their directorship (listed companies or non-listed companies), nomination criteria and approach, types of nominated directors, attendance information in previous years, date of appointment to directorship were all presented.
    2. For agenda related to remuneration, provided information included policies, amounts, types of remuneration by position and duty of directors, criteria and approach. Shareholders are required to consider and approve remuneration of the Board of Directors and all subcommittees.
    3. For agenda related to auditor's appointment, details on names, audit offices, independence of the auditors, appropriateness of audit fees (these fees were shown separately from other service fees) were given.
    4. For agenda related to dividend payment, the Company provided information related to dividend payment policies as well as pro-posed dividend amount compared to previous years.
  • No document containing important information was distributed to shareholders impromptu and no addition on agenda or change in important information made without notification to shareholders.
  • The Company accommodated shareholders who could not attend the meeting in person by sending all types of proxy forms as designated by the Ministry of Commerce while shareholders could decide how to cast their votes. Details on how to appoint a proxy were attached with the notice of the meeting as well as posted on the Company's website. Shareholders can also download all proxy forms from the Company's website. Moreover, list of names and biographies of directors whom shareholders can grant their representations to were also published.

During the Shareholders' Meeting

  • The Company specified the registration period of 2 hours be-fore the meeting. Computers and barcode system were adopted in registration and vote counting for accuracy, speed and credibility. Institutional shareholders can send proxy forms to register in advance before the meeting to avoid any delay due to a slow registration process.
  • One share one vote rule was applied where voting rights de-pend on number of shares a shareholder holds.
  • Before the meeting commenced, the Company informed the meeting of voting and vote counting approaches.
  • The Company used ballots for shareholders to cast their votes. Ballots were prepared by agenda item to assist shareholders in voting as they find appropriate. For agenda related to di-rector appointment, individual director was nominated and voted and all types of ballots were kept for this (approve, disapprove, or abstain)
  • The announcement of voting results for all agenda items was con-ducted according to the order in the agenda.
  • The meeting was conducted in order of the agenda as informed in the meeting notice with accuracy and transparency according to the laws and Company's rules. The Company stipulated in its policy that additional agenda item shall not be included without advance notification to the shareholders especially important agenda items that share-holders need time to review before making decisions.

After the Shareholders' Meeting

  • The Company submitted resolutions of the meeting to the Stock Exchange of Thailand in the same day of the meeting through SET's news system so that non-attending shareholders could have a prompt access to the information.
  • Minutes of the meeting were prepared and their copies were of submitted to the Stock Exchange of Thailand within 14 days after the meeting date as well as posted in both Thai and English on the Company's website.
  • In 2016, the Company received a score of 99 for quality of shareholders' meeting assessment under the Evaluation of Quality of AGM of Listed Companies carried out by Thai Investors Association together with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Stock Exchange of Thailand and Thai Listed Companies Association. Criteria of the quality assessment in-cluded all stages in conducting the shareholders' meeting be-fore, during and after the meeting date.
Section 3: Roles of Stakeholders

The Company recognizes the importance of all stakeholders and believes in sustainable mutual interests of all stakeholders. Therefore, the Company clearly stipulated policies and responsibilities to all stakeholders in its "A Code of Conduct to Stakeholders" with the following details


The Company is determined to conduct its business in the way that delivers performance and efficiency and thus creates stable growth and highest satisfaction of shareholders. The Company stresses on long-term growth of Company's value with proper and consistent returns. The Company also respects rights of shareholders and ensures fair, transparent and credible information disclosure to all shareholders.


Human resource is the most crucial element for success of the Company. Hence, the Company treats employees of all levels fairly and properly in accordance with international standards on human rights as stipulated by its policies.  The Company executes its employment, appointment and transfer on a fair basis and fosters good corporate culture and working environment that promote teamwork, politeness and respects to human rights of its employees in order to optimize its use of human resource for the best interests of the Company.

Furthermore, the Company takes health and safety in the workplace very seriously and ensures that all business units comply strictly with the labor law.

The Company respects employees' privacy and will not share their personal information such as salary, medical record and family history to any irrelevant person unless required by law.


The Company has put in place polices that foster value and growth creation alongside its customers under the belief that Company's success relies on its customers' trust. The Company shall treat its customers with respect and politeness and with a strong intention to search for most effective ways to meet customers' needs. The related policies and guidelines are specified in the Code of Conduct. This includes production and delivery of products that passed quality assurance and standards as promised with customers under fair prices, adequate and timely disclosure of accurate information, safe customer data storage and management, confidentiality of customer information (no misuse of customer information for personal benefits or the benefits of related others), adequacy of systems/processes that allows customers to file complaints  on quality, quantity and safety of its products and services.

Business Partners and/or Creditors or Debtors

The Company is obliged to treat its business partners, creditors and debtors with equality and fairness for the best interest of the Company. The Company shall avoid any conflict of interest and provide factual information and accurate reports. Moreover, the Company stands firm on its commitments to its creditors and honors its obligations of repayment of principals, interests as well as collaterals.

Any business dealing with business partners must not affect good reputation of the Company and must be in compliance with laws. Mutual interests and fairness must be emphasized in selection of business partners as the Company believes that business partners are a key factor that helps deliver values to the customers.


The Company encourages free markets and fair competition and stipulated polices and guide-lines towards its competitors under applicable laws related to trade competition. The Company is strongly against wrongfully obtaining or using trade secrets of its competitors either it is illegal or unethical.


As a Thai Company Mc Group appreciates being a part of the country and Thai society and feels responsible for the country and the society. Therefore, the Company aims to give back by supporting local activities in communities in which it operates in.

Throughout years in business, the Company rigorously abides by related laws, rules and regulations and put efforts in raising its standards above the levels required by law. Any business undertaking must not harm quality of life, community, society and environment. The Company helps support the society in form of quality of life improvement, educational support, energy saving and environmental conservation. Apart from that, the Company promotes communication and education related to the environment to all stakeholders as well as passes on its knowledge and experience that the Company has to benefit the society such as its recent Mc Sewing Training for Occupation Development Project.

The Company also acts against infringement of intellectual property rights and copyrights and issued policies regarding the use of its IT systems that requires regular investigations on software usage of employees to prevent any infringement. Furthermore, the Company ensures that registrations of its trademarks are undertaken correctly to   protect its intellectual property rights from any infringement from others.

Additionally, the Company stipulated policies that support manufacturing and delivery of environmentally-responsible products and services and acts according to relevant environmental law. Besides, the Company encourages preservation of nature and conservation of energy and the use of environmentally-friendly products in its business. Details on its related executions can be found under Sustainable Development section.

Moreover, the Company stipulated whistleblower policies that stakeholders can inquire details, file complaints and report any misconduct, illegal behavior, inaccuracy of financial reports, internal control problems or unethical behavior of the Company through the Audit Committee. Details of complaints or whistle-blowing including and information of the complainants/whistleblowers will be protected and kept confidential. The Audit Committee will take actions in finding facts and solutions (if any) and reporting to the Board of Directors for recommendations, solutions or other further actions. Channels in reporting misconducts and filing complaints are listed below:

• E-mail
• Postal mail Chairman of Audit Committee or Internal Audit Manager
Mc Group Plc
448,450 On Nut Road, Prawet, Prawet, Bangkok 10250
Tel 02-329-1051-6
Fax 02-727-7287
For 2015, there was no record of complaints or leads on misconducts.
Section 4: Information Disclosure and Transparency

The Company encourages the disclosure of accurate information in a complete, transparent and timely manner that meets the standards provided by the Stock Exchange of Thailand or the Securities and Exchange Commission. This includes financial reporting and other information disclosure that can influence the Company's stock price or decisions of investors and other stakeholders. All relevant individuals are treated fairly regarding information dissemination and the Company will release important information through channels provided by the Stock Exchange of Thailand as well as the Company's website at

The Board of Directors recognizes its responsibilities in preparing consolidated financial statements including other information presented in the annual reports. The Board of Directors shall make sure that quality of financial reporting is in line with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and reviewed by credible and independent auditors. Accounting policies must be properly selected and strictly applied. All financial reports must be accurate and complete and the disclosure of important information must be adequate and credible.

Furthermore, the Board of Directors has appointed the Audit Committee to review and audit financial reports for accuracy, completeness, credibility as well as ensure all information disclosures of correct-ness, clarity, transparency and timeliness as specified by the guidelines for the listed company.  In addition, the Audit Committee also perform auditing roles for internal control systems to guarantee effective internal control and compliance with laws and Company's regulations.  Related party transactions or transactions with potential conflict of interest must also be reviewed by the Audit Committee for their appropriateness and reasonableness before presenting to the Board of Directors for consideration and approval.

In 2016, The Company issued Management Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) supplementing its quarterly financial statements to help investors better understand changes in the company's financial position and performance in each quarter, rather than just only numbers in the financial statements.

Moreover, the Company prepares the Board of Directors' accountability to financial statements alongside the auditor's report as well as disclosure of audit and non-audit fees in the Company's annual report.

Regarding investor relations function, the Company established investor relations department to be responsible for communications of relevant information to institutional investors, shareholders, securities analysts, media and general public. Investor relations department shall report its performance related to investor relations to the Board meeting on a quarterly basis. To comply with the good corporate governance principles particularly the transparency and fairness of the information disclosure, the Company set a 15 day Quiet Period to refrain from answering any inquiries in regards to the upcoming financial results and guidance prior to the results release. This is to avoid an unfair treatment that could lead to insider information or manipulation of stock prices. The Company announced the quiet period information on the Company's website under IR Calendar.

The Company's investor relations activities during 2016 are summarized as follows:

  1. 96 company visits from investors or analysts or through conference
  2. 7 investor conferences both locally and in foreign countries.
    • Investor Conference and road show in Thailand 3 times
    • Investor Conference and road show in Foreign Countries 4 times
  3. Opportunity Day (Listed companies meet investors) as hosted quarterly by the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
  4. 1 investor meeting for analysts and investors
  5. 6 site visit for investors and analysts

In order to ensure efficient communications between the Company and shareholders/investors, investor relations department can be reached at:

Contact person: Ms. Suthipa Vacharotayangul (Vice President Investor Relations Department)
Address: Mc Group Plc, 448,450 On Nut Road, Prawet, Prawet, Bangkok 10250
Telephone: 02 117-9999 Extension 1210
Fax: 02 117-9998
Section 5: Responsibility of Board of Directors

1. Structure of the Board

The Board of Directors comprises individuals with knowledge, expertise and experience in conducting business and is responsible for considerations on matters relating to management of the Company such as policies, vision, strategies, targets, duties, business plans and budgets.  The Board of Directors also supervises the management team to effectively and efficiently conduct the business according to its policies under the scope of laws, objectives, rules, resolutions of shareholders meetings, resolutions of the meetings of the Board of Directors with honesty, prudence and ethics in order to maximize the Company's value and achieve highest stability for the best interest of the shareholders.

The Board of Directors consisted of 8 directors and 5 of those were independent directors, equivalent to more than one third of the members of the Board of Directors. These independent directors were qualified according to the announcements of Capital Market Supervisory Board and the Stock Exchange of Thailand to perform their duties efficiently and effectively at their full capacity to serve the Company.

The Board of Directors shall have specified term of service according to the Company's rules and procedures. At each Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, one-third of the directors - or the number nearest to one-third if the number is not a multiple of three - must retire from office.

In order to ensure thorough and adequate governance according to good corporate governance principles and to support the Board of Directors in performing their duties, the Company established subcommittees to undertake specific matters. The Company also appointed the corporate secretary with stipulated roles and responsibilities as required by the Stock Exchange Act BE 2551. The corporate secretary ensures that the Company and the Board of Directors strictly comply with related laws and regulations and acts as a contact person for internal and external parties. The details of roles and responsibilities of the corporate secretary are included in Management Structure section.

In addition, Company's policies stipulated that directors shall not hold their directorships in more than 5 listed companies. In an event that a director also holds the same position in more than 5 listed companies, the Board of Directors will evaluate the effectiveness of his or her capacity in order to maintain his or her roles for the Company. At present, none of the Company's directors hold director positions in more than 5 listed companies.

2. Roles and Responsibility of Directors

The roles and responsibilities of the Board of Directors are to conduct business as approved by shareholders and according to the laws and resolutions of the shareholders' meetings and the meetings of Board of Directors. Additionally, the Board of Directors must exercise a good judgment in business decision-making and perform their duties with accountability, prudence and honesty for the best interests of the Company.

Corporate Governance Polices

The Company has written policies on its corporate governance in which the Board of Directors reviews and monitors annually. The Company shall uphold the rules and regulations set by the Capital Market Supervisory Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Stock Exchange of Thailand and will publish corporate governance report in its annual report and disclosure report concerning additional information (Form 56-1).

Business Ethics

The Company shall uphold the highest standard of ethics such as protecting of Company's private information, performing assigned duties with honesty and compliance to laws, respecting rights of others, and protecting the assets of the Company and the environment. The Company must ensure strict compliance to business ethics while policy review and evaluation must be conducted annually.

Conflict of Interests

The Board of Directors has set policies to prevent and mitigate any conflict of interest that require all directors and executives prepare reports of conflict of interest and submit to the corporate secretary. In any deliberation, decisions regarding business undertaking must be made for the best interest of the Company and conflict of interest shall be avoided. Related par-ties or persons who have potential conflict of interest with the transaction under considerations must report the Company of nature of relationship and details on possible conflict of interest and shall not participate in the decision-making nor have authorities in approving that particular transaction.

Any transactions with potential conflict of interests related to trade conditions not con-forming to general practices must be presented to the Board of Directors for considerations and approvals. The Audit Committee shall review appropriateness carefully before bringing the mat-ter to be discussed at the Board meeting and/or shareholders' meeting (on case by case basis). The Company must always act according to the rules and regulations set by the Capital Market Supervisory Board, the Securities and Exchanges Commission and/or the Stock Exchange of Thailand (whichever applicable).

Internal Control and Internal Audit

The Board of Directors has established comprehensive internal control systems covering all business aspects to ensure compliance to laws, rules and regulations as we all as alignment with its goals. Moreover, an audit mechanism for checks and balances was set up to protect capitals of shareholders and assets of the Company. The Board has also set approving authorities and outlined responsibilities of executives and employees clearly in writing. Internal control department was formed to examine and monitor all business units' operations to comply with rules and regulations. The Audit Committee role is to continuously monitor business dealings to ensure effectiveness of internal control and credible financial reporting systems. Internal control department audits and reviews internal control systems of the Company as well as reports audit results to the Audit Committee.

Report of the Board of Directors

The Audit Committee shall review financial reports and present them to the Board of Directors every quarter. The Board of Directors is accountable for the financial statements of the Company as appeared in its annual reports and must ensure the preparation of the financial re-port is in compliance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP-Thai) and reviewed by the qualified auditors. The Board of Directors shall also choose appropriate ac-counting policies and consistently applies them. Adequate disclosure of information in the foot-notes to the financial statements must be carried out.

3. Board of Directors Meeting

The Company has set meeting schedules for the Board of Directors and other committees in advance on a yearly basis. The Company stipulated that the Board conduct meetings at least once every quarter with additional meetings as necessary and send out meeting notice to the Board members to review 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting date except in any urgent matter that prompt actions are required to reserve Company's rights or protect its interests. Each meeting requires a clear agenda with complete supporting documents that must be submitted to the Board of Directors in advance. During the meeting, each director shall be allocated sufficient time for discussion and allowed to freely express their opinions. Related high-level executives shall be invited to attend the meeting to provide pertinent information and to directly address the issues.

The Company shall ensure that the Board of Directors receive adequate information in a timely manner prior to the scheduled meeting. Additionally, the Board of Directors may independently contact the corporate secretary to provide consultation on matters related to compliance or for any additional information.

4. Development Programs for Directors and Executives of the Company

  • The evaluation of Board's Performance

    The Company requires directors to conduct self-evaluations at least once a year to assess their efficiency, performance and other issues in performing their duties in accordance with good corporate governance principles. The process is as follows

    1. The Nomination and Remuneration Committee reviews evaluation forms to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance to the rules stipulated by the regulatory authorities.  
    2. The secretary to the Board summarizes the results of the performance evaluation of the Board
    3. The secretary to the Board reports the results to the Board to take actions in improving efficiency.

    The objective of the evaluation of Board's Performance is to emphasize on assessments that can reflect operating efficiency according to good corporate governance principles. There are 2 types of evaluations which are evaluation of the Board as a whole and evaluation of directors on individual basis (self-evaluation). The evaluation criteria and evaluation results of 2016 are shown below.

    1. Evaluation of the Board as a whole. 7 topics in the evaluation are structure and qualifications of Board member, roles and responsibilities of the Board, Board's meeting, Board's function, relationships between the Board and management, self-development of directors and executive development and responsibilities to stakeholders.
      In 2016, overall evaluation score of 7 topics stood at 90.8%. Most directors agreed that number of directors was suitable for the size of business and number of independent director complied with standards specified by regulatory authorities Moreover, subcommittees were formed according to good corporate governance guidelines in order to assist the Board in studying and screening specific issues. There was a sufficient number of committees to take care of important matters to ensure prudent business operations.
    2. Individual director evaluation (self-evaluation). 7 sections in the evaluation are structure and qualifications of Board member, roles and responsibilities of the Board, Board's meeting, Board's function, relationships between the Board and management, self-development of directors and executive development and responsibilities to stakeholders.
      In 2016, overall evaluation score in 7 sections was at 89%. Most directors agreed that directors performed their duties with responsibilities, prudence and honesty in compliance with laws, objectives and rules and regulations of the Company as well as resolutions of the shareholders' meetings. Additionally, directors stated their opinions and made suggestions based on best practices that are beneficial to the Company. Directors also attended the Board of Directors' meetings and subcommittees' meetings regularly.
  • The evaluation of Subcommittee's Performance

    The Company arranged evaluations for subcommittee including Risk Management Committee, Audit Committee, Nomination and Remuneration Committee, Sustainable Development Committee in compliance with evaluation guidelines for Thai listed companies of Thai Institute of Directors (IOD). The assessment must be conducted once a year in form of individual evaluation (self-evaluation) to assess efficiency of all subcommittees based on the following process.

    1. Subcommittees prepare evaluation forms in compliance with good corporate governance principles and guidelines for subcommittees.
    2. Secretaries of subcommittees summarize and report the results of the performance evaluation of subcommittees to take actions in improving efficiency of the performance.
    3. The secretary to the Board of Directors reports the results of the evaluation of subcommittees to the Board of Directors.

    The results of subcommittees' evaluation of 2016 are summarized below

    Unit: Percentage
    Subcommittee Self-evaluation Score
    Audit Committee 85.5
    Risk Management Committee 100
    Nomination and Remuneration Committee 89.9
    Sustainable Development Committee 69.9

    The Company summarized and informed the results of the evaluations of the Board of Director and subcommittees to all directors to be used as a framework in considering and reviewing their duties as well as issues and problems. The results were also analyzed and recommendations were applied further improvements and developments.

  • Director's Training

    The Company promotes and facilitates trainings and other informative sessions on good corporate governance for applicable persons such as directors, the Audit Committee and executives to equip them with adequate knowledge and understandings regarding corporate governance principles, rules and regulations as well as roles and responsibilities of directors. The purpose is to guarantee efficient and ethical management of the Company. The Company enrolled its directors in related seminars/programs organized by Thai Institute of Directors (IOD) and other instituti

    Recently, there were a number of directors attending training programs related to roles and responsibilities of directors. 5 directors enrolled in Director Accreditation Program (DAP) and 7 directors participated in Director Certification Program (DCP) from a total of 8 directors When there are relevant documents informing about the programs related to the Board of Directors, the Company will notify the directors and send them information for their reviews to support their learning.

  • New Director Orientation

    Once there is any change in directors, the corporate secretary shall arrange an induction session as well as prepare documents that will be useful to the new directors including provisions of an overview of the business, products and services, stock information and shareholders, organization structures and related laws and regulations in order to effectively perform duties as a director of a listed company. In 2016, the Company organized an orientation for 2 new directors which are Mr,Lucksananoi Punkrasamee and Mrs. Kaisri Nuengsigkapian. Preliminarily, the Company distributed the following key documents:

    1. Scope of responsibilities of the Board of Directors
    2. Code of Conduct Manual
    3. Organization Structure and Lists of Executives
    4. Shareholding Structure of the Group of Companies
    5. Stock Information and shareholders, certificates and rules and regulations
    6. Business Plan
    7. Overall Risk Management
    8. D&O (Directors & Officers Liability Insurance)

    Apart from the above documents, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director and the corporate secretary also presented the following information

    1. Overview of business including company profile and company strategies
    2. Applicable laws related to director of a listed company
    3. Structure of the Board of Directors and scope of responsibilities of members.