Report of Good Corporate Governance Principles Implementation for the year 2020
The Company received the results of the corporate governance survey of listed companies for the year 2020 at “Very Good” level (4 stars) from Thai Institute of Directors Association.
Moreover, the Board of Directors evaluated and reviewed the adoption of the CG Code in the organization’s work and oversight within the business contexts of the Company. The Board of Directors has also complied with the principles of good corporate governance, which consists of 5 principles
Principle 1 Rights Of Shareholders
- Fundamental Rights: The Company shall not take any actions that may infringe or deprive the rights of shareholders and shall encourage the exercise of fundamental right by its shareholders such as:
- Right to purchase, sale or transfer shares: The Company has appointed Thailand Securities Depository (TSD) to perform the duty as its securities registrar to provide convenience to shareholders regarding securities registration matters of the Company.
- Right to Receive Share of Profits: The Company allocated profits to shareholders in the form of dividends. The company shall pay dividends to all shareholders according to their shareholding proportion.
- The Right to Receive Adequate and Accurate Business Information In a Timely Manner
- Right to Attend Shareholders’ Meetings: Including the rights to express opinions, provided suggestions, inquire information and the rights to vote in various matters of the Company and etc.
- Right to know important information: Every shareholder has the right to know information equally. The Company has disclosed up-to-date and adequate important business information to shareholders via the news channel of the SET, the Company’s website and the Company’s newsletter in both Thai and English, to provide the shareholders more channels to access the Company’s various important business information in a timely manner.
- Right to Attend Shareholders’ Meetings and facilitate shareholders: The Company shall promote, encourage and facilitate its shareholders whether its major shareholders, minor shareholders, foreign shareholders and institutional shareholders, to participate in its shareholders’ meeting and exercise their rights in decision making of important matters of the Company.
- The Company has arranged the General Shareholders Meeting once a year within 4 months after the end of the fiscal year. In case of any urgent matters the Company might call an extraordinary shareholders meeting as necessary. The Board of Directors, Management, Auditors and Legal Advisor have attended the shareholders’ meeting to answer questions at the meeting.
- The Company shall facilitate the shareholders’ attendance by convening the shareholders’ meeting at a conveniently accessible venue, with a clear map enclosed with the notice, date and time of the meeting shall not be on holiday. Moreover, the Company has used barcode system for more accuracy and faster registration and voting process as well as allocate adequate time for the meeting.
- The shareholders shall receive the notice of meeting at least 7 days in advance (or within the applicable timeframe as prescribed by law) together with supporting documents that specifies the date, time and venue of the meeting. The notice shall also provide detailed agendas, each of which shall be accompanied by the Board of Directors’ opinion on such matter. Such practice is to ensure that all shareholders shall receive adequate information for decision making process in a timely manner. The shareholders can download the notice of the meeting and supporting document on the Company’s website, which available both Thai and English. Moreover, meeting schedule was published on the daily newspaper for at least 3 consecutive days and at least 3 days before the meeting date to announce the shareholders’ meeting.
- The Company shall not taking any actions that limits rights to attend shareholders’ meeting such as having registration officers ready 2 hours before the meeting and until the end of the meeting, not set inconvenient requirements to his/her appointment of proxy or gives right for shareholders who attend the meeting after the meeting starts to be able to vote for resolution for the meeting agenda that is in process of consideration and not yet to have votes or resolution.
Principle 2 Equitable Treatment Of Shareholders
- The Company has only one type of shares which is ordinary shares. The Company gives its shareholders equal voting right, one share shall be counted as one vote.
- The Company has set and disclose the rules for proposing meeting agenda, raising questions, and nomination of persons to be appointed as directors to give an opportunity for the minority shareholders to participate in monitoring the Company’s operations and selection of qualified directors who can perform duties effectively for the maximum benefit of every shareholder and stakeholder of the Company.
- In the event that the shareholders may not be able to attend any shareholders’ meeting in person, the Company encourages them to appoint a proxy or a designated independent director as his/her proxy to attend a meeting. In this regard, Proxy Form A, B and C shall be delivered together with the meeting invitation, including the profile and background of a designate independent director. The shareholders can download the notice of the meeting and supporting document on the Company’s website. All shareholders shall be treated equally.
- The shareholders’ meeting shall be convened in accordance with the agendas set out in the meeting notice. The Company will not add extra agendas without prior notice to shareholders to assure that shareholders an opportunity to study all necessary information before making decision. However, The company shall not limit the legal rights of the shareholders, who attend the meeting and have a total of not less than one-third of the total shares sold, ask the meeting to consider matters other than those specified in the meeting invitation letter.
- Providing the use of ballots for transparency and accountability to vote in all agendas.
- The Board of Directors provides an opportunity for shareholders to elect directors on an individual basis.
- Chairman of the shareholders’ meeting shall equally provide shareholders an opportunity to express opinions and ask questions related to the agenda or related to the Company in general before calling for vote
- The Company has disclosed the resolutions of the shareholders’ meeting, including voting results by informing the news to Stock Exchange of Thailand and published them on the Company’s website by 9.00 hrs. on the following date of the shareholders’ meeting
- The Company shall prepare and record the details of attended directors, the absent director, meeting procedures and voting procedures, including important questions and comments and the resolution in each agenda which also classify into agree, disagree, abstain and void ballots. The minutes of the meeting shall be submitted to the Stock Exchange of Thailand within 14 days and also shall be published on the Company’ts website in both Thai and English.
Principle 3 Role Of Stakeholders
- Protection of stakeholders’ rights
- The Company values the rights of stakeholders including shareholders, customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, official authorities, society and environment. The Company has published Code of Conduct to provide ethical guidelines for the Company’s directors, management, and employees. The Company expects every person in the organization to strictly adhere to such Code of Conduct.
- The Board of Directors has established clear policies on fair treatment to each group of stakeholders for implementation and measurement of policy effectiveness in order to prevent infringement of stakeholder right and to redress violations of stakeholders’ legal rights.
- Policy and practice towards Competitors
The Company sets a policy towards its business competitors in a way consistent with international practice and the legal framework for business competition with good business ethics, professionalism and transparency. The Company will not spy on or fraudulently obtain of its competitors’ trade secrets. The Company practices are as following:
- The Company will compete with professional integrity and shall treat competitors with fairness under the applicable rules and regulations of the competition.
- Company shall not damage competitors’ reputation by abusive accusation.
- The Company shall not take any actions to create competitive disadvantage to its competitors such as abuse or wrongfully obtain competitor’s confidential information and etc.
- Policy and practice towards Trading Partners
The Company believes in doing business with integrity, transparency, equality and fairness. Having great Trading Partner will help both parties to drive for sustainable growth. The Company has a policy and practice toward Trading Partners as one of the Company's stakeholders as detailed below:
- Company shall operate in line with the terms and conditions of agreement. If not, Company shall inform the Trading Partners in advance to solving the problem together and try to prevent any damages that might happen.
- Company shall not demand or receive or pay any improper benefits to its Trading Partners.
The Company has a screening and selection of Trading Partners Policy with an emphasis on pricing, quality, service, delivery, expertise and experiences. The Company also considers about business ethics of the Trading Partner, reliability, financial status, past record and the Trading Partner must not have conflict/joint of interest with other Trading Partner/bidders which could obstruct the fairly price competition.
- Policy and practice towards Creditors
The Company will always aware that honesty is the fundamental of good relationship with creditors. The Company set policies and practices in order to reassure its Creditors as following:
- Creditors should be treated with responsibility, honesty and fairness on the basis of the fair return to both parties.
- Company shall strictly comply with all the terms and conditions agreed upon in an agreement especially the terms of guarantee and managing cash flow to be able to pay to the creditors according to the terms and conditions in the agreement.
- The Company shall disclose any necessary and important information, conditions and restrictions or facts to its creditors in accordance with the legal framework of Consumer Protection Law and other relevant laws.
- In the event that any particular condition cannot be met, the company shall notify the creditors in advance and seek a mutually acceptable solution.
- Policy on Non-Infringement of Intellectual Property
- The Company emphasizes the importance of legally and proper use of intellectual properties and information technology. The Company has a policy to abide by intellectual property laws (copyright, trademark, patent and etc.). The usage of computer and information technology must be complied with the Computer-Related Crime Act and relevant laws. The company does not support any actions of its directors, managements and employees that violates intellectual property of others without authorization.
- The Company provided guideline for its directors, managements and employees on those policies above through the Company’s site. In case of any complaints or the company finds out of any violation, the company will follow the rules set out in Code of Conduct Policy and other relevant regulations.
- Policy and practice towards Employees, Compensation and Welfare
- The Company recognizes the value in human resources. The Company intends to create the pride in the organization and the participatory working environment as well as equal opportunities for career progression. Employees will be provided with skill and knowledge development thoroughly and continuously to create value and maintain business excellency.
- The company will treat employees with respect to honor and dignity.
- The Company will conduct recruiting and hiring process with fairness by considering the qualifications, educations, experiences and other necessary requirements of each positions without discrimination on sex, age, race and religion.
- The Company sets out remuneration management policy based on fairness and suitability. The remuneration must be in line with the responsibilities, quality, achievement of each position, employee's attitude and potential, which could be comparable with other companies in the same industry.
- The Company has a policy of arranging appropriate compensation and welfare for employees. We believe that well-being of employees leads to the better performance of the Company. Compensation and Welfare consist of:
- Provident Fund
- Social Security Fund
- Life Insurance and Group Insurance
- Yearly Medical Check-up and
- subsidy for various occasions
- The Company has policy to develop skill and knowledge of its employees and enhance their ability for career progression continuously.
- The Company recognizes that good communication brings efficiency and good working environment. Therefore, the Company continuously informs and updates its employees on relevant news and information as often as possible.
Principle 4 Disclosure And Transparency
The Company recognizes the importance of accurate, complete, transparent and timely disclosure of financial, general and other information that may affect the price of the Company’s securities. Further, the Company has set up Investors Relation Department in order to handle communication with investors and analysts with an emphasis on complete, transparent and timely disclosures. Contact Information of Investor Relation is as follows:
Telephone: +66 (0) 2029 1889 Fax: +66 (0) 2029 1891 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Company’s Board of Directors is responsible for the accuracy of the Company’s and its subsidiaries’ consolidated financial statements and related information as shown in the annual reports, which are prepared in accordance with generally accepted Thai accounting principles. Conservative judgments and best estimates have been used to prepare the financial statements to ensure adequate and proper disclosure in the notes to the financial statements.
- The Company’s Board of Directors has arranged for an efficient internal control system to ensure that financial information is recorded accurately, completely and adequately in order to safeguard the Company’s assets; and to help identify any loopholes in order to establish preventive measures in relation to any significant fraud or operation irregularities.
- The Company has provided a transparent and appropriate guideline to determine directors’ remuneration. Such guideline is required to be in accordance with market practices. Directors’ remuneration is approved by shareholders at the general meeting, while management remuneration is approved by the Nomination and Remuneration Committee and Board of Directors. Top Executive (CEO) remuneration shall take into account the Company’s operating results as well as the performance of relevant executives.
- Directors and the first four Executives according to the definition in the Notifications of the Capital Market Supervisory No. TorJor. 23/2551, including the spouses and underage children of the Directors and Executives of the Company, are obliged to submit securities holding report to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) within 30 days after they have been appointed directors or executives and report of change in securities holding must also be filed within 3 business days from the date of purchase, sale, transfer or acceptance of transfer of securities and a copy of such report must be delivered to the Company on the same day as sending to the Securities and Stock Exchange Commission, in compliance with the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535 (1992) and relevant regulations from SEC.
Principle 5 Responsibilities of The Board of Directors
Structure of the Board of Directors
Independent Directors shall constitute at least one third of the Board of Directors. Independent Directors is comprised of (1) Chairman of the Board of Directors and (2) three Audit Committee members. The Independent Directors/Audit Committee are encouraged to express their views and maintain their independence when performing operation and transaction audit as well as evaluating internal control systems.
Separation of roles, duties and responsibilities
The Company has made a clear outline defining the authority and responsibility of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Audit Committee, Nomination and Remuneration Committee, Enterprise Risk Management Committee, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer. In addition, Chairman of the Board of Directors shall not be the same person with Chief Executive Officer.
Director Authorization and Restriction
- Any 2 of the following 3 Directors - Mr. Kris Narongdej Mr. Korn Narongdej and Mr. Stephane Michel – signing together with the affixing of the official company seal.
- Authorization of Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Executives, shall be in accordance with The Approval and Authorisation Policy, in order to be able to perform their duties effectively and be in line with good internal control.
Scope of Authority of the Board of Directors
- The Board of Directors is required to perform duties in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations; the Company’s objectives and articles of association; and the resolutions by shareholders in good faith. The Board of Directors is prohibited from carrying out any business of the same nature as and in competition with the Company’s business and from being partners or shareholders or directors of other juristic persons carrying out a similar and competitive business, unless the shareholders are informed of such in a shareholders meeting prior to his/her appointment. If a director has direct or indirect interests in any agreements to be entered into with the Company or increases or decreases his/her shareholding or debenture holding in the Company and its affiliates or debenture, such director must inform the Company without delay.
- The Board of Directors shall act for the best interests of the Company, stakeholders, and shareholders and will perform duties under the framework and rules according to the charter of the Board of Directors as per followings
- Review, consider and approve key business matters such as the Company’s visions and missions, strategy, annual budget, financial targets, risks and company business plan at least once a year.
- Monitor, control and supervise on the management of the executives on quarterly basis to ensure the implementation of the Company's strategy and in line with policies, business plan and budget effectively and efficiently, as well as evaluate and oversee the reporting of operation result, especially in terms of financial goals and business plans to be in accordance with the strategy set out.
- Establish and approve corporate governance policy and ensure consistency through policy revision, expected to perform at least annually.
- Ensure the reliable audit, accounting system and financial report. Monitor the appropriateness of internal control procedures and internal audits as well as effectiveness and efficiency of risk management procedure.
Role and Responsibilities of the Chairman of the Board
- Summon the Board meetings and control submission of the invitation to the meetings including any related documents to provide adequate information in a timely basis to the directors.
- Preside over the meetings of the Board of Directors, manage the meetings in line with the agenda, Articles of Association and relevant laws as well as manage time appropriately and promote expression of opinions in an independent and transparent manner at meetings.
- Give the casting vote in the event the votes are tied at Board of Directors meetings.
- Preside over the shareholders’ meeting, manage the meetings in line with the agenda, Articles of Association and relevant laws as well as manage time appropriately.
- Supervise to ensure proper and efficient communication between the directors and shareholders during shareholders' meeting and provide the opportunity for shareholders to express opinions equally.
- Support and encourage the Board of Directors working at full capacity, duties and responsibilities in line with the principles of corporate governance.
Role and Responsibilities of Chief Executive Officer
- Manage the business operation in accordance with business plan and strategies as authorized by the Board of Directors
- Manage the human resource, financial and financial management, general management, projects that approved by the Board of Directors or any other matters for the benefits of the Company in accordance with the Company’s objectives and within the scope of authorities approved by the Board of Directors.
- Having authority to approve the investment, expense, discount, compensation, liquidity management and other matters as specified in the Approval Limit No. 1/2017 of Raimon Land Public Company Limited.
- Perform any duties as assigned by the Board of Directors
Board Meeting and Relevant Notification
- The Board of Directors shall convene at least 4 times annually, scheduling the meeting in advance at the beginning of every year. Directors are required to attend extraordinary meeting as required. Unless there is an emergency, letter of invitation shall be distributed to the board members 7 days prior to the meeting in order to provide directors sufficient time to digest the information. In addition, letter of invitation is expected to contain information concerning date, time, agendas and place of meeting. The Company is expected to produce meeting minutes within 14 days of the board meeting, and all directors are entitled to access the meeting minutes. The Company shall file all approved meeting minutes.
Meeting Quorum and Voting
- Meeting quorum requires at least half of the directors to be present. In the case the Chairman of the Board is absent, the Vice-chairman shall automatically be elected as chairman of the meeting. In the case the Company does not have Vice-chairman, one of the directors present at the meeting shall be elected as chairman.
- Decision shall be based upon majority rule.
- Each of the directors has 1 vote. Those having conflict of interests shall be abstained from voting. In the case there is a tie, the chairman is entitled to cast an additional vote.
Appointment of Directors
To ensure the effectiveness, efficiency, professionalism and versatility of the company, the selection and nomination of directors will be considered based on the Board Diversity as well as knowledge, ability, expertise, relevant experience and others qualifications as required by law. The selection and nomination of directors will be carried out by Nomination and Remuneration Committee and the Board of Directors.
For the criteria and procedure of nomination, the Nomination and Remuneration Committee will screen and select the qualified person from a variety of professions who has the necessary skills to enhance the strengths and effectiveness of the Board of Directors. The qualified person must have leadership, visions, morality and ethics with no limitation to gender who also have a transparent working history, not have prohibited traits as defined in the Public Companies Act and notifications of the Securities and Exchange Commission and able to express opinions freely. The qualified person will be nominated to the Board of Directors for consideration. Once approved, the nominated person will be proposed to the shareholder for approval at the general shareholders' meeting.
- Appointment of Directors
An appointment of directors must be approved by the shareholders at the general shareholders’ meeting, except for the case where vacancy was caused by a reason beyond term expiration. Under such case, the Board of Directors shall be entitled to appoint a person to fill such vacancy. The appointed person shall serve the remaining period of the term.
In practice, the nomination of directors can be carried out by the Nomination and Remuneration Committee and the Board of Directors. In addition, shareholders may nominate a candidate for consideration during shareholders’ meeting. The person, regardless of how he or she is nominated, has to be qualified, knowledgeable, capable, and experienced in relevant fields. In addition, the person shall not have prohibited traits as defined in the Public Companies Act and notifications of the Securities and Exchange Commission. The requirements and procedures for selection of company directors are given below.
According to Section 4 of the Company’s Articles of Association, the Board of Directors comprises of at least 5 directors and at least half of the directors must reside in Thailand.
The appointment of directors must be carried out at the shareholders’ meeting in accordance with the following requirements and procedures:
- Each shareholder has one vote to one share.
- In appointing directors, each shareholder may vote for candidate(s) individually or as a group, as long as voting requirement in item no. 1 applies. However, the votes are indivisible (the voting for appointment of directors shall be non-cumulative voting).
- The directors will be selected based on the total number of votes; in the case of a tie, the Chairman will cast the deciding vote.
- At every annual general shareholders’ Meeting, one-third of the directors - or the number nearest to one-third - must retire from the board. The retiring directors may be re-elected.
- There must be drawing by lots to determine the directors retiring by rotation on the first and second years following a conversion into a public company. In each subsequent year, the directors who have been directors for the longest period must retire. In addition to the retirement by rotation, director vacates from the post upon:
a. Passing away
c. Disqualifications or possessing prohibited traits according to the Public Companies Act
d. Removal by a resolution of the shareholders at the general shareholders’ meeting
e. Dismissal by a court order
- Any director wishing to resign is required to submit a resignation letter to the Company. The resignation is effective immediately upon the letter being received by Company. The director may notify the registrar of the resignation.
- Selection of Independent Directors
The Company realizes the importance of having independent directors. Independent directors are in charge with auditing and supervising the Executive Committee in order to ensure transparency; to comply with relevant internal control systems, laws and regulations; as well as improving the Company’s operational efficiency. An independent director must be knowledgeable, competent and experienced. Independent directors are selected according to the criteria set by the Company. The Nomination and Remuneration Committee will screen and select the qualified person and submit a short-list of nominated person to the Board of Directors for consideration. Once approved, the nomination is proposed to the shareholders for approval at a shareholders’ meeting, as outlined in the Company’s Articles of Association. To qualify as an independent director, an individual must meet the following criteria:
- Holding less than 1% of the Company’s total voting shares;
- Having no involvement in the management of the Company; not being an employee or a consultant; not having power to exert control in the Company, its affiliates, associated companies or connected person; not possessing a potential conflict of interest for at least 2 years prior to appointment; not having any juristic relationship with the legal consultant or external auditor of the Company or its affiliates;
- Having no involvement in any business relationship in terms of finance and/or management of the Company, affiliates, joint venture or connected person of the amount equal to or more than 3 percent total net tangible assets; not having a relationship as a customer, a supplier, a trade creditor/debtor, or a financial creditor/debtor; receiving no benefits from the Company; and
- Not having familial relationship with management, major shareholders of the Company or its affiliates and associated companies, nor someone that may create a conflict of interest; and shall not be appointed to represent interests of particular directors or major shareholders.
- Term of office of an independent director: In the case that the current independent directors shall be re-elected for another term of office, the total term of office of such independent directors, from the date of the first appointment, shall not exceed 9 years consecutively to ensure that such independent directors shall independently use their discretion to make decisions on various matters or to make objections in the case of having different views on matters affecting the interests of shareholders or stakeholders without being under the influence of any persons.
The Company has established policy in relation to director orientation with the aim to acclimatize the newly appointed director(s). The newly appointed director(s) will have an opportunity to discuss with Chairman of the Board and Executive Committee. The discussion shall cover expectation, roles, and responsibilities in relation to directorship as well as the Company’s policies in relation to good corporate governance. In addition, the newly appointed director(s) shall have an opportunity to understand the Company’s business and process via having site visits at applicable business units.
Policy to Promote Continuous Development of the Directors and Executives
The Board of Directors has a policy that promotes continuous development of directors, executives, and company secretary in order to improve productivity. The Board of Directors encourages every person to attend seminars and courses with relevant institutions, such as Thai Institute of Directors, the Stock Exchange of Thailand, among others, as deemed appropriate.
Performance Assessment of the Board of Directors
The company set the policy for the board of directors to conduct its annual performance evaluation by using board self-assessment method to assess their performance once a year. The result of such evaluation will be used for enhancement of efficiency of board or directors. Currently, the evaluation of the Board of Directors' performance is done in 3 category:
- Self-Assessment for the board of directors as a group
- Self-Assessment of committee as a group
- Self-Assessment of the board of directors on an individual basis
The criteria for assessment as followings:
Criteria Board as a group Committee as a group Board on individual basis 1. Board structure and qualifications / / / 2. Roles, duties and responsibilities of the board / / / 3. The board meeting / / / 4. Duties of directors / X X 5. Relationship with management / X X 6. Director and Management Self-improvement / X X
At the end of the year, the company secretary will give the evaluation form, both collectively and individually, to all members of Board of Directors to evaluate their performance during the past year. After the self-assessment was completed, the Board of Directors will send the form back to the company secretary to collect and analyze the performance assessment of the Board of Directors. The company secretary shall later report the result to the Board of Directors to acknowledge and consider in line with company’s yearly objectives.
The score will be calculated as percentage in each criteria. Scores 85 or higher are considered “Excellent”, 75-84 “Good”, 65-74 “Moderately Good”, 50-64 “Average” and “Needs Improvements” for scores below 50.
Other Policies in relation to Good Corporate Governance
Risk Management Policy
Execution and management of the Company’s business shall take into account risk management policy implemented by the Risk Management Committee. Risk management policy shall cover risks in relation to business strategy, credit, financial liquidity, laws and regulations, corruption, execution, policies, and external factors. The policy is set so that a systematic risk management can be achieved within the Company’s policy framework while minimizing any potential risks
Policy on Conflict of Interests
The Company emphasizes on the prevention of conflict of interests. The Company has put in place a policy that forbids every person in the organization to abuse insider information for the benefits of his or her own. In addition, all business dealing shall be done in accordance with customers’ and shareholders’ best interests. None of the Company’s directors, executives and employee is allowed to use personal or familial matters to influence his or her decision away from the principal as previously described. In the case of conflict of interests, any conflicted person shall be prohibited from making decisions on such matters.
Additionally, the Company has a policy to prevent any person, including directors, executives and employee, to directly or indirectly engage in a business that is in competition with the Group’s businesses as per relevant rules, regulations, and Public Company Act (No. 4) (B.E. 2551).
Moreover, directors and an executives shall file with the company a report on his interest or a related person's interest in relation to management of the company or the subsidiary. The directors and executives are required to submit the Form for Reporting on Interest of his interest or a related person's interest to the Company Secretary. The Board of Directors shall consider such transaction(s), especially one that may involve in the conflict of interest / connected transaction(s), to ensure the Company’s utmost benefits.
Other non-compliance matters with Good Corporate Governance
The company recognizes the importance of good corporate governance principles and implemented those principles as the good practice of the Company which will apply to shareholders, investors and all stakeholders. However, the non-compliance matters with the good corporate governance principles as follows:
Non-Compliance Matters Reason The Company has a policy to require a minimum quorum of at least 2/3 for board decisions. According to the Company's Articles of Association, no less than one half of the total mumber of directors present shall form a quorum. The Company has a compliance unit Internal Auditor Department will incharge of the Company's compliance Nominating and Remuneration Committee should entirely consist of independent directors The Nomination and Remuneration Committee consists of Independent Directors of approximately 66.66 percent of the total number of the Committee in which the Company has an opinion that the structure and composition of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee are appropriate since the Nomination and Remuneration Committee consists of Independent Directors more than half of the members of the Committee and the Chairman of the Nomination and Renumeration Committee is an Independent Director.
Supervision on Insider Information
The Company emphasizes on the confidentiality of sensitive information. It has established policies and procedures to prevent directors and management from abusing insider information for their own benefits. The Company shall take legal action against any individual, who misuses insider information to the extent of criminal prosecution. In addition, the Company limits the access to such information by management and officers to the extent possible. The Company ensures that relevant officers adhere to the restrictions on trading of Company’s shares using insider information; and/or forbids any inappropriate use of information in case the Company enters into a transaction which may have impact on security price. The management and officers are fully aware that they must not trade the Company’s securities or cause others to trade on non-public information. Such information must not be disclosed to any other party prior to notification to the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
The company has the policy to prevent directors, executives and related employees from wrongfully taking advantage of inside information. Company’s directors, managements and related employees (including their spouses and children who are minors) are all prohibited from trading company’s securities for the period of one month before the company announces its financial statements or other information that might affect the price of its securities to the public. The company secretary will inform about the blackout period from trading company’s securities by sending a notification e-mail to all relevant parties.
In addition, the Company also requires management to report any changes in their holdings in the Company’s securities to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as outlined in Section 59 of Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535. An executive is required to provide a copy of the report to the Company on the date that the executive reports it to the Securities Exchange Commission of Thailand.
Board of Directors of Raimon Land Plc has set out policies for corporate governance that adhere to the ‘Principles of Good Corporate Governance for Listed Companies’ promoted by the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The Company ensures transparency, integrity and accountability in line with international standards