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Role and Responsibilities of the Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee

The Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee consists of directors who are appointed by the Board of Directors. Their names are listed below. Mr. Nawapol Disathien, Executive Vice President, acts as the Committee's secretary.

Starting Date of Directorship

27 April 2022

Education

  • Master of Engineering, Applied Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Electronical Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Trainings in Courses Arranged by Thai Institute of Directors Association

  • None

Other Important Trainings/Seminars

  • Advance Certificate Course in Politics and Governance in Democratic Systems for Executives, Class 24 (2020), King Prajadhipok’s Institute
  • Government Laws for Executives, Class 8 (2019), Office of the Council of State
  • National Defence College, Class 60 (2017), The National Defence College of Thailand

Work Experiences in the Previous 5 Years (2017-2021) and/or Important Positions

  • 2018 - 2019 Inspector General, Office of The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry
  • 2017 - 2018 Deputy Director General, Department of Industrial Promotion, Ministry of Industry
  • 2012 - 2017 Director, Bureau of Supporting Industries Development, Department of Industrial Promotion, Ministry of Industry

Current Positions in Other Listed Companies

  • None

Current Positions in Non-listed Organizations

  • 2021 - Present Chairman, Center of Robotic and Automation Excellence (CoRE), Ministry of Industry
    Vice Chairman, Robot and Automation Steering Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Director, Wastewater Management Authority, Ministry of Interior
    Advisor, Circular Economy Policy Sub-Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Advisor, Green Economy Policy Sub-Committee, Ministry of Industry
  • 2020 - Present Vice Chairman, Prevention and Solution PM 2.5 from Industrial Sector Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Vice Chairman, Industrial Waste Solution Management Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Director, Supervisory Board and Contracts Committee (Map Ta Phut Industrial Port Development Project, Phase 3), Office of the Prime Minister
  • 2019 - Present Deputy Permanent Secretary, Office of The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry
    Chairman, Mining Concession Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Chairman, Thai SME fund (Pracharat Funding for SME) Sub-Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Chairman, Board of Chief Information Officer (CIO), Ministry of Industry
    Vice Chairman, Board of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Industry
    Vice Chairman, Green Industry Promotion Committee, Ministry of Industry
    Director, Foreign Business Operations Committee, Ministry of Commerce
    Director (Government Sector), Thai Cane & Sugar Corporation Co., Ltd.
  • 2018 - Present Advisor, Thai Subcontracting Promotion Association
    Advisor, Medical and Health Device Manufacturers Industry Club, The Federation of Thai Industries

Starting Date of Directorship

6 April 2017

Education

  • Bachelor of Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University

Trainings in Courses Arranged by Thai Institute of Directors Association

  • Advanced Audit Committee Program (AACP 31/2018)
  • Director Certification Program (DCP 223/2016)

Other Important Trainings/Seminars

  • Thailand Insurance Leadership Program (2015), Office of Insurance Commission
  • Fiscal Management Program, Fiscal Policy Research Institute Foundation
  • Infrastructure Financial Analysis & Tariff Setting: Essential Skills for Financial Analysis, The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships
  • Financial Statement Analysis Workshop, Investment Analysts Association
  • Advanced Mini MBA, Chulalongkorn University
  • Project Feasibility Analysis, Mahidol Management Education Center of College of Management
  • Privatizing Power in Emerging Economies: Structuring & Financing Public/Private Partnerships through BOT Schemes and Divestiture, INTRADOS/International Management Group
  • Advanced Financial Management, Cooperation between Chulalongkorn University and Thailand Management Association
  • Investment Analysis in Capital and Money Market Course, Chulalongkorn University
  • EGAT Senior Executive Program (ESEP)

Work Experiences in the Previous 5 Years (2017-2021) and/or Important Positions

  • 2018 - 2021 Expert Committee Member, National Science Museum, Thailand
  • 2015 - 2016 Board of Directors Member, EGAT International Company Limited
  • 2014 - 2016 Deputy Governor - Account and Finance serving as Chief Financial Officer, EGAT
  • 2013 - 2014 Assistant Governor - Internal Audit Bureau, EGAT

Current Positions in Other Listed Companies

  • None

Current Positions in Non-listed Organizations

  • None

Notes: EGAT stands for Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

The Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee serves a term of three years. A director retiring by rotation may be re-elected. The Committee report directly to the Board of Directors and perform their tasks as assigned by the Board of Directors as follows:

  1. To consider and endorse the policies, strategies, goals, guidelines, and plans on the Company's corporate governance and social responsibility before proposing to the Board of Directors for consideration and approval.
  2. To encourage the Board of Directors, executives and employees to participate in the Company's corporate governance and social responsibility activities.
  3. To oversee that the Company's operations comply with the policies and/or regulations relating to the Company's corporate governance and social responsibility.
  4. To regularly monitor the implementation and reporting the results to the Board of Directors after every Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee's meeting.
  5. To regularly review and propose necessary revision to the Company's policy and guidelines on corporate governance and social responsibility practice by comparing to other leading companies and giving recommendations to the Board of Directors in order to consider and approve the update of such guideline and policy.
  6. To perform other duties relating to corporate governance and social responsibility as assigned by the Board of Directors.