As per connected transactions, the Audit Committee is responsible for
reviews of the Company’s connected or significant transactions under laws.
As prescribed in the Company’s procedures on the handling of conflicts of interest in the CG Handbook and the business codes of conduct, which are to be followed by all persons, the Board of Directors, executives and all employees shall carefully consider transactions pertaining to potential conflicts of interest between the Company or its affiliates and relevant individuals, and ensure the transactions are made in an honest and transparent fashion for the utmost benefits of the Company. As per conflicts of interest, the Board of Directors and the executives, as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission, are required to report possession of Company’s securities upon the first appointment to the post, and every time changes to the possession occur. The Company shall report the summary of such possession of the Board of Directors and executives to the Company’s Board Meeting on a monthly basis. Moreover, executives at the Vice President level and higher are prohibited from buying and selling the Company’s securities within 45 days before the disclosure of the Company’s financial report to the public.
As per connected transactions, the Audit Committee is responsible for reviews of the Company’s connected or significant transactions under laws and regulations governed by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The Audit Committee shall provide reports on connected transactions in the Annual Transaction Form (Form 56-1) and the Company’s Annual Report.