Appointment of the Company Secretary
Appointment of the Company Secretary is based upon the discretion of the Board of Directors to select a person with appropriate qualifications to assume such position. The Board of Directors’ Meeting No. 2/2015 held on 15 May 2015 resolved to appoint Mrs. Srichittra Pramojaney as Company Secretary of the Company, effective from 1 June 2015 onwards.
Qualifications of the Company Secretary
Having knowledge and an understanding of the Company’s business as well as roles and responsibilities regarding corporate secretarial tasks such as duties regarding directors and the Company. Also, having knowledge about relevant laws, rules, and regulations. Studying and keeping abreast of information and news for consistent work improvement.
Complying with laws, rules, regulations, and the Company’s Articles of Association with responsibility, prudence, honesty, integrity, commitment, dedication, and support for the operations to achieve the Company’s goals subject to the principles of good corporate governance and the business code of conduct.
Adhering to morality and ethics and taking into consideration all groups of stakeholders by refraining from any actions that may damage the Company’s reputation and image.
Not seeking personal benefits from business opportunities of the Company as well as maintaining confidentiality of the Company’s information.
Having good interpersonal skills and being able to contact and coordinate with internal and external parties.
Scope of Authority and Duties of the Company Secretary
To provide preliminary advice in respect of laws, rules, and the Company’s Articles of Association to directors as required and to ensure their proper and consistent compliance therewith. Also, to report any significant changes or updates of laws and regulations to directors.
To arrange shareholders’ meetings and Board of Directors’ meetings according to laws, the Company’s Articles of Association, and desirable practices.
To take minutes of shareholders’ meetings and Board of Directors’ meetings. Also, to follow up to ensure that resolutions of shareholders’ meetings and Board of Directors’ meetings are complied with.
To prepare and keep a register of directors, annual reports, invitation letters to shareholders’ meetings, invitation letters to Board of Directors’ meetings, and minutes of meetings.
To keep beneficial interest reports submitted by directors and executives and submit copies thereof to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Audit Committee for acknowledgement within 7 business days from the date of receiving such reports.
To ensure information disclosure and report submission within the scope of responsibilities to supervisory bodies according to regulations and requirements of government authorities.
To contact and communicate with general shareholders to inform them of rights of shareholders and news of the Company.
To handle activities of the Company’s Board of Directors.
To perform other tasks as required by notifications of the Capital Market Supervisory Board.