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Role and Responsibilities of the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee

The Human Resources and Remuneration Committee consists of directors who are appointed by the Board of Directors. Their names are listed below. Executive Vice President-Corporate Administration acts as the Committee’s secretary.

Education/Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy International Relations, St. Antony’s College University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Master of Science International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, United Kingdom
  • Bachelor of Science Economics and Politics with Upper Second Class Honors, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
  • National Defense Regular Course Class 52/2009, National Defense College of Thailand
  • Columbia Senior Executive Program (CSEP) Class 123/2007, Columbia Business School, The United States of America

Training related to Director's Roles

  • Strategic Board Master Class (SBM 3/2018), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Advanced Audit Committee Program (AACP 26/2017), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Role of the Chairman Program (RCP 41/2017), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Director Certification Program (DCP 227/2016), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Financial Statement for Directors (FSD 31/2016), Thai Institute of Directors Association

Other Current Positions

  • 2018 - present Chairman and Independent Director, Amata VN Public Company Limited
  • 2017 - present Chairman and Independent Director, CHAMNI’s EYE Company Limited

Working Experiences (during the recent 5 years)

  • 2016 - Feb 2019 Board of Directors Member, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand
  • 2015 - 2016 Permanent Secretary, Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 2013 - 2015 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Republic of France, concurrently to the Principality of Monaco, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Education/Training

  • Honorary Doctorates Degree (Public Administration Science), Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University
  • Honorary Doctorates Degree (Environmental), Ubon Ratchathani University
  • Master of Development Administration (Honors), The National Institute of Development Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts (Political Science), Chulalongkorn University
  • The National Defence Course, National Defence College
  • Senior Executive Development Program, Institute of Administration Development
  • Graduate Diploma in Public Law, Thammasat University
  • Thai Senior Executive Development Program, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Japan
  • Transformational Executive Leadership, Prince Damrongrajanubhab Institute of Research and Development, Ministry of Interior

Training related to Director’s Roles

  • Ethical Leadership Program (ELP 8/2017), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Director Accreditation Program (DAP 112/2014), Thai Institute of Directors Association

Other Current Positions

  • -

Working Experiences (during the recent 5 years)

  • 2014 – 2018: Board of Directors Member, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

Education/Training

  • Master Degree of Engineering (Nuclear Technology), Chulalongkorn University
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Metallurgical Engineering), Chulalongkorn University
  • Public Administration and Public Law, King Prajadhipok's Institute
  • Promotion of a Peaceful Society, King Prajadhipok's Institute
  • Senior Executive Development Program-2, Foundation for International Human Resource Development
  • Masterful Coaching Workshop, Hay Group
  • EGAT Newly-Promoted Executive Orientation Program (ENOP)
  • EGAT Senior Executive Program (ESEP)
  • EGAT Director Development Program (EDDP)
  • EGAT Successor Development Program (ESDP)

Training related to Director's Roles

  • Risk Management Program for Corporate Leaders (RCL 16/2019), Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Director Certification Program (DCP 186/2014), Thai Institute of Directors Association

Other Current Positions

  • Jul 2017 - Present Public Sector Audit and Evaluation Committee, Ministry of Energy

Working Experiences (during the recent 5 years)

  • 2013 - 2016 Deputy Governor-Power Plant Development, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

The Human Resources and Remuneration Committee serves a term of three years. A director who retires by rotation may be re-elected. The Committee reports directly to the Board of Directors. Its authorities and responsibilities as assigned by the Board of Directors cover the entire tasks concerning the management of human resources and remuneration of the Board of Directors, committees, and top executives (including the Chief Executive Officer, Senior Executive Vice President and Executive Vice President).

Duties and Responsibilities of Human Resources and Remuneration Committee

  1. To formulate the Company’s vision and strategies on human resources management of the Company as well as their Management Development Plan.
  2. To review and ensure that size and components of the Board of Directors of the Company are appropriate to cope with changing environment.
  3. To establish the clear, transparent and appropriate policy, criteria and procedure in nominating, selecting, removing or terminating directors and top management of the Company to ensure that management team of the Group have appropriate qualification, knowledge, competency and experiences for the success and effectiveness of the group company’s business operation.
  4. To select and nominate persons with required qualifications to be the director and top management of the Group. Also, specialists are invited to participate in the selection process if necessary at the Company’s expenses.
  5. To prepare succession plan for critical positions and conduct a regular review, by appraising the importance of the position, as well as recruiting and developing potential persons to ensure that the successor has knowledge, experience and other required qualifications that will help drive the effectiveness, efficiency and growth of the business group.
  6. To establish a policy and strategies on compensation which include salary, meeting allowance, daily allowance, bonus and other benefits to directors and top management in the Company’s Group before proposing to the Board of Directors for approval. Consideration and approval will be based on clear and transparent criteria in order to induce, retain and motivate high qualified and high potential human resources.
  7. To formulates effective guidelines, criteria, procedures and process for assessing the performance of the Board of Directors and top management of the Company by comparing to annual goals to be in line with the Company’s business plan as stated in order to review the management’s annual remunerations. The Committee shall take duties, responsibilities, related risks and increases in shareholders’ equity over the long term into consideration.
  8. To disclose the policy related to remuneration as well as amount of remunerations for the Board of Directors and top management in the Company’s annual report.