Board Of Directors

  • Profile
  • Scope of Duties and Responsibilities
  • Nomination of the Board
  • Report
 

Scope of Duties and Responsibilities of the Company's Board of Directors

  1. Work in accordance with the law, purposes and regulations of the Company as well as resolutions of shareholders’ meetings and approvals of shareholders in meetings on matters including the connected items and the purchase and sales of important properties according to the regulations of the Stock Exchange of Thailand or as specified by any other organization.
  2. Approve the business policies, purposes, operation plans, business strategies and annual budgets.
  3. Appoint personnel who are qualified with no prohibited properties as specified in the Public Company Act 1992 and the legislation on securities and the Stock Exchange of Thailand as well as announcements, rules and/or regulations related to positions of the members of the Board of Directors in case there is a vacancy due to any other reason apart from a retirement on rotation.
  4. Appoint the Executive Committee as well as determine the scope of duties and responsibilities of the Executive Committee.
  5. Appoint Independent Committee and the Audit Committee by considering the qualifications and prohibited properties of Independent Committee and Audit Committee following the legislation on securities and the Stock Exchange of Thailand as well as announcements, rules and/or regulations related to the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Nominations are to be submitted to the shareholders’ meeting for final approval and appointment the nominated persons as members of the Independent Committee and the Audit Committee.
  6. Consider, determine and amend the names of members of the Board of Directors whose authority binds the Company.
  7. Appoint any other person to operate the businesses of the Company under the supervision of the Board of Directors or grant power of attorney to authorize that person and/or within the timeframe deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors may cancel, revoke, alter or change such authority at any time.
  8. Approve of a receipt or a sale of security unless such transaction needs an approval from the shareholders’ meeting. Such approval is to be in accordance with the announcement, rules and/or regulations related to the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
  9. Approve a connected transaction unless such transaction needs an approval from the shareholders’ meeting. Such approval is to be in accordance with the announcement, rules and/or regulations related to the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
  10. Approve interim dividend payments to shareholders when the Company has made enough profits and report the payment of dividends to the shareholders in the next shareholders’ meeting.

The allocation of duties and responsibilities of the Company’s Board of Directors is not a grant of authority or part of the authority that allows the Company’s Board of Directors or those with the power of attorney from the Company’s Board of Directors to approve any matter that involves any person in conflict (including themselves) (according to the definitions in the announcement by the Securities and Exchange Commission). This applies for the Company and its subsidiary companies.

Components and the Recruitment of the Board of Directors

  1. The Company comprises at least 5 members in the Board of Directors. At least half of the directors reside in the kingdom and they are to qualify with the regulations det ermined by law.
  2. Members of the Board of Directors are to be elected in a shareholders’ meeting through the following regulations and procedure;
    • Each shareholder is to have the number of votes equals to the n umber of shares one holds.
    • Each shareholder is to use all the votes that one possesses to elect one or more than one person as member(s) of the Board of Directors. However, it is not possible to divide the votes unequally to different candidates.
    • Those candidates who receive the number of votes in descending order are to become the mem bers of the Board of Directors as the number of the Board allows or as the number of vacancy of the Board of Directors to be elected at that time. In case the votes are equal and the number of the members to be elected at that particular time has been reached, the chair man is to provide a final vote on the matter.
  3. At a shareholders’ AGM, at least 1/3 of the members of the Board of Directors are to stand down. If the number of the members cannot be divided into three groups, the number of those standing down has to be closest to 1/3. Those members of the Board of Directors may be reinstated into their positions as members of the Board of Directors should the meeting votes them back. Members of the Board of Directors who are to stand down in the first and second year after the Company’s registration are to be selected randomly. Afterwards, those members who have been in the positions the lo ngest are to stand down.
  4. Any member of the Board of Directors wishes to resign is to submit the resignation to the Company. The resignation takes effect from the date the resignation reaches the Company.
  5. In case there is a vacancy in the Board of Directors that is not due to the termly retirement, the Board of Directors is to select a person who is qualified and is not of forbidden character according to the law to become a member of the Board of Director in the next meeting of the Board of Directors. Unless the remaining term of that Board member is less than two months, the person replacing the Board member may be in the position for the remaining term only. The resolution of the Board of Directors in appointing a person replacing a Board member needs to comprise at least ¾ of the votes of the remaining Board members.
  6. A shareholders’ meeting may vote to ask any Board member to stand down before his/her term ends with at least ¾ of the votes of shareholders who attend the meeting and are eligible to vote with the accumulated shares of those who vote for a member standing down at least half the number of shares held by shareholders who attend the meeting and are eligible to vote.
  7. A member of the Board of Directors may or may not be a sharehol der of the Company.
  8. One board member is to be selected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. One or more other member (s) may be selected as vice chairman and managing director should the Board deem appropriate. The vice chairman has the duties according to the regulations in businesses assigned by the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
  9. The Board is to be selected Secretary to the board of directors from a board member or not.
  10. In case of vacancy of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee, the board of director will consider a qualified person according to the requirement and propose at the next Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.

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