Based on the company’s principles, good corporate governance is to be defined upon the level of transparency, accountability, responsibility, independency and fairness.
The interest of the stakeholders is well managed by the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Directors, without neglecting the necessity of Indonesian legal and regulatory systems – all under the monitoring of Internal Audit.
In relation to business risks, the responsibility for such analysis falls upon the Risk Management Committee. This and other critical information that may affect both the company and the stakeholders are to be assembled and distributed by the Corporate Secretary.
One final element for good corporate governance is the existence of Corporate Social Responsibility, which should naturally forge a corresponding relationship between the company and the surrounding community.