GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

The application of good corporate governance (GCG) is as a form of compliance to regulations that have been set. Corporate governance practices are essential to enhance performance and provide a good service to all customers. Good GCG, can reduce the risk of certain adverse risks-operational and financial performance of the company.

GCG is implemented at the general meeting of shareholders), Board of Commissioners and the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee. The sequential structure of corporate governance is the general meeting of shareholders, Board of Commissioners, and the Board of Directors. The highest authority and the main decision-making forum is the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders is held once a year. Through the meeting of the shareholders can exercise his right to make decisions, and make an endorsement of various company policies.

  1. General Meeting of Shareholders (GMS)

  2. Board of Commissioners (BOC)

  3. Board of Directors (BOD)

  4. Audit Committee

  5. Nomination and Remuneration Committee

  6. Corporate Secretary

  7. Internal Audit Unit

  8. Internal Control System

  9. Risk Management

  10. Code of Ethics

  11. Whistleblowing System