Roles of the Chairman

To ensure the separation of authority in terms of policymaking and management of the Company is clearly separate. Therefore, the Company requires the Chairman of the Board of Directors, the Chairman of the Executive Committee and the President are separate persons, with the Chairman playing a role The Chairman of the Board of Directors is an independent director in another role, with the freedom to comment, ensuring that the Company's director structure is properly balanced as follows:

  1. Call the Board of Directors' Meeting, as a Chairman of the Board of Directors' meeting and the Shareholders' Meeting, as well as play a role in setting the agenda with the Chief Executive.
  2. Play a role in controlling meetings effectively in accordance with regulations and the Articles of Association of the Company and allow the directors to express their opinions independently.
  3. Support and encourage the Board of Directors to perform duties to the best ability in accordance with the scope of authority, duties, responsibilities and in accordance with good corporate governance principles.
  4. Monitor the management of the Board of Directors and other sub-committees to achieve the planned objectives.
  5. Be the decisive voter in the event that the Board of Directors' meeting has the same vote and in case votes on both sides are equal.