The Company, as a business is mandated to adopt good corporate governance for the continuity of its business such that it instills confidence in the Company for shareholders and other stakeholders.
The Board of Directors is one of the Company’s organs in charge of running the Company’s businesses. In their running of the Company, the Directors must ensure seamless communications between the Company and other stakeholders. To achieve that purpose, the Board employs the Corporate Secretary. With increased growth, the role of the Corporate Secretary becomes even more important as it ensures the Company’s full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and improve the implementation of the Company’s governance.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CORPORATE SECRETARY
The Corporate Secretary assures that the Company remains in full compliance with all applicable regulations and standards, and is the primary point of contact between the Company and its stakeholders. The Corporate Secretary adds value to the management of the Company by increasing the trust and confidence of shareholders and other stakeholders. The Corporate Secretary’s tasks and duties are as follows:
1. Monitor developments at the capital market, particularly capital market regulations;
2. Provide recommendations to the Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors
in regards to compliance with capital market regulations;
3. Assist the Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners in the implementation of corporate governance,
Disclosure of information to the public, including availability of information on the Company’s webite;
On-time reporting to the Financial Services Authority;
Organisation and documentation of the GMS;
Organisation and documentation of the Board of Commissioners and/or Board of Directors’ meetings; and
4. Serve as the Company’s primary contact person for shareholders, the FSA and other stakeholders.
CORPORATE SECRETARY PROFILE
Based on the Board of Directors’ Decision Letter No. CSS.068-2020 dated 20 July 2020, Natalie Lie served as the Corporate Secretary. Below is her brief profile.
She has started her career in Lippo Group since 2009 when she joined the Times Bookstore. In 2011 she joined PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk’s Corporate & Corporate Services Legal, then since 2013 joined PT Multipolar Tbk’s Corporate & Corporate Services Legal.
She is an Indonesian citizen, aged 39 years as of December 31, 2020. She obtained a double degree in Executive Master of Business Administration from University Pelita Harapan and Peking University in 2015 and a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business Information System from the University of Derby.
COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CORPORATE SECRETARY
The Corporate Secretary did not participate in any training or competency development program in 2019.