Corporate Governance

The Bank recognizes good corporate governance and business ethics have a great part in securing the overall sustainable business and bring maximum benefits to the stakeholders. We believe that they are building our bank’s foundation, have the alignment across all corporate governance principles, code of conduct and other policies and in line with international standards, laws and regulatory requirements. At the Bank, we give the priority to good governance by promoting it through the following practices:

 

The Bank’s operation in compliance with good corporate governance

 

The Bank has always practiced good corporate governance as summarized below:

  1. The Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee has been set up to support the Board of Directors (BoD) in supervising the Bank’s operation and the performance of the BoD, supporting committees, executives and staff at all levels to comply with the good corporate governance principles.
  2. To supervise that compliance with the Bank of Thailand’s requirements is strictly carried out regarding the corporate governance for financial institutions. Also, the Bank has set up Corporate Governance Group to be directly responsible for good corporate governance.
  3. To raise the standards of good corporate governance to be at international standards, classified into 5 sections according to the guidelines and regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and covering the main issues as follows:
    • Rights of Shareholders
    • Equitable Treatment to Shareholders
    • Roles of Stakeholders
    • Information Disclosure and Transparency
    • The Board Responsibility
  4. The BoD has appointed the Company Secretary to be responsible for operations as regulated by the laws and support the BoD’s duties related to regulations, laws and best practice.
  5. The duty of the Bank’s Corporate Governance Group is to monitor that the business operations carried out by the Bank, which includes the directors, executives, and staff at all levels, are correct and in compliance with the guidelines set by laws and the regulatory requirements and are under the framework of the corporate governance for financial institutions. The Group is to propose changes in the Bank’s practices to be in line with such requirements such as the issue concerning independent directors.
  6. The Bank gives priority to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by following up relevant issues and attending meetings of various independent organizations in order to keep abreast of international practices and to have them further adopted.
  7. The review and revision of the code of conduct and business ethics are conducted to suit the executives and staff at each level.

 

Sustainability Governance

The Bank Board has determined the scope of Board oversight and appointed Board committees to be responsible on behalf of the Board of Directors. As sustainability has a growing significance to the Bank, the scope of Board oversight has been extended to include sustainability and its development program into the existing charter of the Board oversight scope as shown below:

 

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The Board has appointed Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee (NRCC) to oversee and ensure effectiveness of sustainability management from the top. The committee must ensure effective and efficient corporate governance practice, review sustainability framework to serve long-term objectives, and ensure corporate culture to promote friendly environment, social responsibly and ethical business operations. The bank’s long-term objective is to be the most advocated bank with sustainable growth, therefore, Sustainability function is set up to execute sustainability initiatives and action plans together with relevant functions across the Bank and disclose sustainability related performance for transparency.

Corporate Governance

The Bank recognizes good corporate governance and business ethics have a great part in securing the overall sustainable business and bring maximum benefits to the stakeholders. We believe that they are building our bank’s foundation, have the alignment across all corporate governance principles, code of conduct and other policies and in line with international standards, laws and regulatory requirements. At the Bank, we give the priority to good governance by promoting it through the following practices:

 

The Bank’s operation in compliance with good corporate governance

 

The Bank has always practiced good corporate governance as summarized below:

  1. The Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee has been set up to support the Board of Directors (BoD) in supervising the Bank’s operation and the performance of the BoD, supporting committees, executives and staff at all levels to comply with the good corporate governance principles.
  2. To supervise that compliance with the Bank of Thailand’s requirements is strictly carried out regarding the corporate governance for financial institutions. Also, the Bank has set up Corporate Governance Group to be directly responsible for good corporate governance.
  3. To raise the standards of good corporate governance to be at international standards, classified into 5 sections according to the guidelines and regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and covering the main issues as follows:
    • Rights of Shareholders
    • Equitable Treatment to Shareholders
    • Roles of Stakeholders
    • Information Disclosure and Transparency
    • The Board Responsibility
  4. The BoD has appointed the Company Secretary to be responsible for operations as regulated by the laws and support the BoD’s duties related to regulations, laws and best practice.
  5. The duty of the Bank’s Corporate Governance Group is to monitor that the business operations carried out by the Bank, which includes the directors, executives, and staff at all levels, are correct and in compliance with the guidelines set by laws and the regulatory requirements and are under the framework of the corporate governance for financial institutions. The Group is to propose changes in the Bank’s practices to be in line with such requirements such as the issue concerning independent directors.
  6. The Bank gives priority to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by following up relevant issues and attending meetings of various independent organizations in order to keep abreast of international practices and to have them further adopted.
  7. The review and revision of the code of conduct and business ethics are conducted to suit the executives and staff at each level.

 

Sustainability Governance

The Bank Board has determined the scope of Board oversight and appointed Board committees to be responsible on behalf of the Board of Directors. As sustainability has a growing significance to the Bank, the scope of Board oversight has been extended to include sustainability and its development program into the existing charter of the Board oversight scope as shown below:

 

Brand and Strategy Risks Human Resources Organizational and Governance
Corporate Culture IR Risks and Cyber Security Digital Transformation Sustainability

 

The Board has appointed Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee (NRCC) to oversee and ensure effectiveness of sustainability management from the top. The committee must ensure effective and efficient corporate governance practice, review sustainability framework to serve long-term objectives, and ensure corporate culture to promote friendly environment, social responsibly and ethical business operations. The bank’s long-term objective is to be the most advocated bank with sustainable growth, therefore, Sustainability function is set up to execute sustainability initiatives and action plans together with relevant functions across the Bank and disclose sustainability related performance for transparency.

Corporate Governance

The Bank recognizes good corporate governance and business ethics have a great part in securing the overall sustainable business and bring maximum benefits to the stakeholders. We believe that they are building our bank’s foundation, have the alignment across all corporate governance principles, code of conduct and other policies and in line with international standards, laws and regulatory requirements. At the Bank, we give the priority to good governance by promoting it through the following practices:

 

The Bank’s operation in compliance with good corporate governance

 

The Bank has always practiced good corporate governance as summarized below:

  1. The Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee has been set up to support the Board of Directors (BoD) in supervising the Bank’s operation and the performance of the BoD, supporting committees, executives and staff at all levels to comply with the good corporate governance principles.
  2. To supervise that compliance with the Bank of Thailand’s requirements is strictly carried out regarding the corporate governance for financial institutions. Also, the Bank has set up Corporate Governance Group to be directly responsible for good corporate governance.
  3. To raise the standards of good corporate governance to be at international standards, classified into 5 sections according to the guidelines and regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and covering the main issues as follows:
    • Rights of Shareholders
    • Equitable Treatment to Shareholders
    • Roles of Stakeholders
    • Information Disclosure and Transparency
    • The Board Responsibility
  4. The BoD has appointed the Company Secretary to be responsible for operations as regulated by the laws and support the BoD’s duties related to regulations, laws and best practice.
  5. The duty of the Bank’s Corporate Governance Group is to monitor that the business operations carried out by the Bank, which includes the directors, executives, and staff at all levels, are correct and in compliance with the guidelines set by laws and the regulatory requirements and are under the framework of the corporate governance for financial institutions. The Group is to propose changes in the Bank’s practices to be in line with such requirements such as the issue concerning independent directors.
  6. The Bank gives priority to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by following up relevant issues and attending meetings of various independent organizations in order to keep abreast of international practices and to have them further adopted.
  7. The review and revision of the code of conduct and business ethics are conducted to suit the executives and staff at each level.

 

Sustainability Governance

The Bank Board has determined the scope of Board oversight and appointed Board committees to be responsible on behalf of the Board of Directors. As sustainability has a growing significance to the Bank, the scope of Board oversight has been extended to include sustainability and its development program into the existing charter of the Board oversight scope as shown below:

 

Brand and Strategy Risks Human Resources Organizational and Governance
Corporate Culture IR Risks and Cyber Security Digital Transformation Sustainability

 

The Board has appointed Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee (NRCC) to oversee and ensure effectiveness of sustainability management from the top. The committee must ensure effective and efficient corporate governance practice, review sustainability framework to serve long-term objectives, and ensure corporate culture to promote friendly environment, social responsibly and ethical business operations. The bank’s long-term objective is to be the most advocated bank with sustainable growth, therefore, Sustainability function is set up to execute sustainability initiatives and action plans together with relevant functions across the Bank and disclose sustainability related performance for transparency.

Corporate Governance

The Bank recognizes good corporate governance and business ethics have a great part in securing the overall sustainable business and bring maximum benefits to the stakeholders. We believe that they are building our bank’s foundation, have the alignment across all corporate governance principles, code of conduct and other policies and in line with international standards, laws and regulatory requirements. At the Bank, we give the priority to good governance by promoting it through the following practices:

 

The Bank’s operation in compliance with good corporate governance

 

The Bank has always practiced good corporate governance as summarized below:

  1. The Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee has been set up to support the Board of Directors (BoD) in supervising the Bank’s operation and the performance of the BoD, supporting committees, executives and staff at all levels to comply with the good corporate governance principles.
  2. To supervise that compliance with the Bank of Thailand’s requirements is strictly carried out regarding the corporate governance for financial institutions. Also, the Bank has set up Corporate Governance Group to be directly responsible for good corporate governance.
  3. To raise the standards of good corporate governance to be at international standards, classified into 5 sections according to the guidelines and regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, and covering the main issues as follows:
    • Rights of Shareholders
    • Equitable Treatment to Shareholders
    • Roles of Stakeholders
    • Information Disclosure and Transparency
    • The Board Responsibility
  4. The BoD has appointed the Company Secretary to be responsible for operations as regulated by the laws and support the BoD’s duties related to regulations, laws and best practice.
  5. The duty of the Bank’s Corporate Governance Group is to monitor that the business operations carried out by the Bank, which includes the directors, executives, and staff at all levels, are correct and in compliance with the guidelines set by laws and the regulatory requirements and are under the framework of the corporate governance for financial institutions. The Group is to propose changes in the Bank’s practices to be in line with such requirements such as the issue concerning independent directors.
  6. The Bank gives priority to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by following up relevant issues and attending meetings of various independent organizations in order to keep abreast of international practices and to have them further adopted.
  7. The review and revision of the code of conduct and business ethics are conducted to suit the executives and staff at each level.

 

Sustainability Governance

The Bank Board has determined the scope of Board oversight and appointed Board committees to be responsible on behalf of the Board of Directors. As sustainability has a growing significance to the Bank, the scope of Board oversight has been extended to include sustainability and its development program into the existing charter of the Board oversight scope as shown below:

 

Brand and Strategy Risks Human Resources Organizational and Governance
Corporate Culture IR Risks and Cyber Security Digital Transformation Sustainability

 

The Board has appointed Nomination, Remuneration and Corporate Governance Committee (NRCC) to oversee and ensure effectiveness of sustainability management from the top. The committee must ensure effective and efficient corporate governance practice, review sustainability framework to serve long-term objectives, and ensure corporate culture to promote friendly environment, social responsibly and ethical business operations. The bank’s long-term objective is to be the most advocated bank with sustainable growth, therefore, Sustainability function is set up to execute sustainability initiatives and action plans together with relevant functions across the Bank and disclose sustainability related performance for transparency.