Corporate Governance Policy


The Company realizes and respects the effective management and administrative system with an emphasis on transparency and accountability which will create the confidence among all of the related parties and foster the business growth under the ethical and legal business operations. Therefore, the Company has specified the policies on Corporate Governance to upgrade the existing operations to up to higher standards. The policies shall be implemented by the employees of every level with an aim to create the culture of Corporate Governance. The Company has applied the principles of Good Corporate Governance 2006 specified by the Stock Exchange of Thailand (“SET”) which covers the principles of 5 categories as follows:



Category 1 The Rights of the Shareholder

The Company realizes the importance of the rights of the shareholders which may not restricted by the law, does not infringe or lessen the rights of the shareholders and encourage the shareholders to exercise their basic rights including buying, selling or transferring the shares, taking part in the Company’s profit share, receiving appropriate information about the Company, attending the Shareholders’ meeting to vote for nominating or discharging directors, nominating the auditor, and vote for the issues affecting the Company such as the dividend payment, making or amendment of the memorandum of association or articles of association, the reduction or addition of capital, and the approval of special transactions.

In addition to the aforementioned basic rights, the Company has also specified the guidelines for other operations to promote and facilitate the shareholders in exercising their rights as follows:

  • The shareholders shall be provided with the information about the date, time, venue, agenda, and related information respecting the issues to be decided upon at least 7 days prior to the meeting date as specified by the law. Furthermore, the shareholders shall be notified of the rules of the meeting and the votes. Such information is also available on the Company’s website prior to sending the documents to allow the shareholders to study the information before receiving it in the paper format.
  • The Company shall not do anything which may restrict the shareholders’ opportunity to study the Company’s information.
  • The Company shall facilitate the shareholder in exercising their rights to attend the meeting and cast their votes and not do anything which may restrict the opportunity of the shareholders to attend the Shareholders’ meeting. For example, the meeting should not be organized in complicated or costly manner.
  • The Company shall manage time appropriately and encourage the shareholders to express their opinions and raise the questions concerning the Company. In addition, the shareholders can submit their questions to the Company before the meeting date.
  • The Company shall encourage all of the directors to attend the Shareholders’ meeting to answer the shareholders’ questions.
  • The Company shall make the minutes of the meeting which provide accurate and complete information. Such minutes of the meeting shall be kept appropriately for the shareholders to examine whenever needed.
JAS Asset Company Limited. Property Development

Category 2 The Equitable Treatment of Shareholders

The Company provides the shareholders with the equitable treatment as follows:

  • The Board of Directors shall allow the minority shareholders to propose the addition of the agendas prior to the date of the Shareholders’ meeting.
  • The Board of Directors shall specify clear criteria in advance for the consideration of whether the agendas proposed by the minority shareholders are appropriate for addition.
  • The President of the meeting shall not add the agendas which are not notified in advance unless necessary, especially the agenda which require the shareholders to examine thoroughly before making a decision.
  • The Company shall specify the methods for the minority shareholders to nominate the persons who will be elected to be directors. The minority shareholders may nominate such persons to the Nomination Committee prior to the date of the Shareholders’ meeting along with the information about the qualifications and consent of the nominated persons.
  • ¼The Shareholders may exercise their rights to authorize other person to attend the meeting and cast the vote on their behalf. Further, the Board of Directors shall propose at least one Independent Director as an optional proxy for the shareholders.
  • The Company shall provide the shareholders an opportunity to exercise their rights to nominate individual director.
  • The Company shall use the ballots for vote in case of significant agendas such as the related party transactions, transactions concerning the acquisition or distribution of the assets for transparency and accountability.
  • The Company shall inform the directors and the executive managements to understand their roles and responsibilities for submitting reports of the assets possessed by them, their spouse and their minor child as well as the changes of the possession thereof to Securities and Exchange Commission in accordance with Section 59 of Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535 within 3 working days.
  • The Company shall specify the guidelines for keeping and preventing the insider trading of information in writing. Such guidelines shall be notified to all employees of the Company in order for them to comply strictly. The persons who are involved in the confidential information are not permitted to trade the Company’s assets within the period of one month before the dissemination of the quarterly and annual financial reports and within 48 hours after the significant IT information is disclosed.
JAS Asset Company Limited. Property Development

Category 3 The Roles of the Stakeholders

The Company realizes the importance of taking care of all groups of the stakeholders. These include the internal stakeholders as the shareholder, the executive management and the employees and the external stakeholders as the customers, creditors, partners, competitors, public section, society, and community. The Company realizes that the support and the feedback from all groups of the stakeholders shall be beneficial for the Company’s operations and business development. For this reason, the Company will comply with the related law and regulations to ensure the rights of the stakeholders and will avoid actions which may infringe the rights of the stakeholders. Following are the guidelines for ensuring the rights of the stakeholders:

Character Importance
Shareholders : Treat the shareholders equally, maintain the benefits of the shareholders and avoid actions which may infringe the rights of the shareholders as well as ensuring satisfactions of the shareholders with consideration of sustainable growth of the Company to enhance the value and provide appropriate returns to the shareholders while observing the principles of Corporate Governance
Employees: Treat the employees equally and fairly in terms of the opportunities, remunerations, welfares, and competency development. All of the employees are considered valuable resources and are the important factors to foster the Company’s success. Therefore, the Company determines to develop itself to be the organization of learning, preserving the culture and work environment with an emphasis on team working and the employees’ professional development. Also, the importance is put on the employees’ quality of life, work safety and work environment. The comments and suggestions of all levels of the employees are always welcome.
Customers: Emphasize on the customer satisfaction and trust, care and take responsibility for the customers. The highest goal is to ensure that the customers receive the best quality and safe products/services at reasonable prices. The standards of products/services must be improved continuously while maintaining a good and long-term relationship with the customers. The customer information must not be used for the benefits of the Company or other related parties.
Partners and creditors: Emphasize the equality, fairness and honesty in doing business. The mutual benefits between the Company, the partners and creditors are considered by strictly complying with the law and rules. The code of conduct is observed by not claiming for illegal benefits from the partners. All of the conditions will be followed and the creditors will be treated fairly. Any debts will be paid off in due time. Collaterals will be taken care of and the terms and conditions stated in the agreements will be respected in accordance with the principles of the Corporate Governance. If it is likely that the provisions stated in the agreements cannot be followed for any reason, the partners and the creditors will be notified in advance in order to find appropriate solutions to such problems together.
Competitors: The competitors will be treated in accordance with the international principles and laws on commercial competition. The rules of fair competitions will be observed. In other words, we observe the fair competition rules by not preventing other companies to take part in the competition, not destroy the reputation of the competitors by slandering them or attacking them with false statements or unfair actions.
Community, society and environment: The Company conducts the business with responsibilities for community, society and environment in terms of safety, life quality and environment preservation. We promote the efficient consumption of energy, realize the life quality of the community and society and consider the effects of business on environment when operating or making decisions.
JAS Asset Company Limited. Property Development

Category 4 Information Disclosure and Transparency

After listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the Board of Directors is aware of the importance of disclosing the Company’s information in accurate, complete, timely, and transparent manner. This includes the dissemination of the financial reports, general information in accordance with the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Stock Exchange of Thailand and other information which may affect the prices of the Company’s stock and the decision of the investors and the stakeholders. The Company discloses the information to the shareholders, the investors and the public through various channels including the Company’s website which is regularly updated and the SET’s information channels.

The Company has not yet established a specific division to take care of investor relations. However, Mr. Ekkachai Sukhumwittaya, Director of Accounting and Finance Department, has been assigned to communicate with the institutional investors, the shareholders, the analysts, and the related public sector.

The Board of Directors is responsible for the financial statements and financial information of the Company which are stated in the annual report. Such financial statements are made on the basis of the certified accounting standards in Thailand whereby the most appropriate accounting policy is chosen to be used and followed strictly and regularly. Appropriate information is disclosed in the financial statements. The Audit Committee verifies the disclosure of information, the report quality, the internal control, and appropriateness of the information disclosure before reporting to the Board of Directors.

JAS Asset Company Limited. Property Development

Category 5 The responsibilities of the Board of Directors

1) The structure of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is responsible for specifying the policies and the overall operations of the organization as well as examining and assessing the Company’s operations to ensure that the indicated plans have been implemented. The Board of Directors is comprised of 8 directors whose term is 3 years. Four directors are holding the executive positions in the Company while another four directors are not. Four directors are independent directors in accordance with the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission, which states that a company limited shall have the number of independent directors equivalent to at least two-third of the total number of the Company’s directors. The Board of Directors consists of the authorities from various industries including accounting and financial businesses which are related to and support the Company’s business.

According to the Company’s articles of association, it was indicated that, in the annual general meeting, the directors must resign from the positions of one-third ratio in the case that the number of directors cannot be equally separated into three groups. Some of the directors shall resign to make the total number of the directors equivalent to one-third ration as much as possible. The directors who shall resign in the first and the second years after the Company has been listed has been selected by drawing. For the following years, the directors who have been in the office for the longest period shall resign. However, the directors who resign at the end of the term shall be re-nominated.

The roles and responsibilities of the Board of Directors and the executive management have been separated clearly. The Board of Directors are responsible for specifying the policies and supervising the operations of the executive management at the policy level while the executive management manage the operations of the Company to ensure that the policies are implemented. The President of the Company does not take the role of the President of the Board of Directors. Their roles and responsibilities are separated clearly to balance their management power, so neither has the absolute power over the Company. The President of the Executive Committee is responsible for managing the daily tasks of the Company under the policies assigned by the Board of Directors. The scope of the power, roles and responsibilities of the Executive Committee and the President has been indicated clearly.

The Board of Directors has appointed 3 subcommittees to help supervise the Company’s business and operations, which are the Executive Committee, the Audit Committee and the Nomination and Remuneration Committee.

  • The Executive Committee is comprised of 4 members who are executive management. The Executive Committee supports the Administrative Department in managing daily tasks under the policies assigned by the Board of Directors.
  • The Audit Committee consists of 3 members all of whom are independent directors. The Audit Committee monitors the efficiency of the audit, manage risks and internally control financial and accounting tasks as well as the financial reports as specified by SET.
  • The Nomination and Remuneration Committee consists of 3 members. One of them is the President who is the independent director and the other 2 are executive managements. The Nomination and Remuneration Committee is responsible for considering the policies and criteria for nomination and remuneration both in the form of money and non-money in concordance with the Company’s performance and the common rate applied by other companies in the same business.
    However, the Board of Directors has appointed the Secretary of the Company whose roles and responsibilities are in compliance with the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535.

2) The roles and responsibilities of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is responsible for considering and approving the importance issues respecting the Company’s operations including vision, mission, strategies, goals, work plans, and budgets as well as supervising the operations of the Administrative Department to ensure that the indicated policies and work plans are implemented effectively and efficiently.

Corporate Governance Policy

The Company has specified the policy on Corporate Governance in writing which was approved by the Board of Directors’ Meeting No. 2/2014 (on 20 February 2014). The Company arranges the verification of policy and follows it strictly. The policy is communicated to all of the employees for clear understanding and implementation.

Code of Conduct

The Board of Directors encourages the executive management and employees to understand the Code of Conduct standards implemented by the Company, so the written Code of Conduct has been made and approved by the Board of Directors’ Meeting on 20 February 2014. It has also been announced and notified to all of the employees for acknowledgement and practice.

Conflict of Interest

The Board of Directors has specified the policy on the conflict of interest based on the principle that any decision made in relation to the business activities shall provide the highest benefits to the Company. Any action which may cause the conflict of interest must be avoided. The directors, management and employees should review and disclose the transactions which cause the conflict of interest to the Company so that the Company acknowledges the relationship or connection of related parties in such transactions. In consideration of making transactions, the persons related to such transaction are not permitted to take part in the consideration and forfeit their rights to vote for approval of such transactions. The transactions shall also be made in consideration of appropriateness of the prices and conditions as if the transactions are made with the outsiders.

The Nomination and Remuneration Committee shall propose the related party transactions and the transaction causing the conflict of interest to the Board of Directors. Such transactions shall be considered carefully on the basis of the principles of the SET. Also, the transactions shall be presented in the annual report and the annual transaction report (Form 56-1).

The directors and the management of the Company including their spouses and minor children, when changing the possession of the Company’s stock, must notify the Company of such change. Also, the change in stock possession shall be notified to the Securities and Exchange Commission in accordance with Section 59 of the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2553 within 3 days from the date of purchasing, selling, transferring, or receiving the transfer of such stock. The directors, management or the divisions knowing the internal information of the Company are not permitted to disclose such information to the outsiders or unrelated person or trade the Company’s stock within the period of 1 month before the financial statements are disseminated to the public and at least 48 hours after such information is disseminated to prevent the misapplication of such information.

Internal Control System

The Board of Directors realizes the importance of the internal monitor and control both at executive and operational levels to ensure effectiveness. The internal control is an important mechanism in helping the Administrative Department reduce the business risks and enhance the business efficiency. Such system aims to allocate the resources appropriately, achieve the indicated goals, prevent the Company’s asset from leaking, losing or being misapplied, ensure reliability of the financial reports, help the employees to follow the related law and regulation strictly and accurately as well as protecting the investment of the shareholders. The Company has, therefore, indicated the responsibilities and power of the operators and the management of each task clearly in writing. The use of Company’s assets is controlled to ensure the highest benefits of the Company. The duties of the operators, the supervisors and the evaluators re separated to balance and cross-examine each other properly.

The Board of Directors has assigned the Audit Committee to verify the appropriateness and efficiency of the internal control system set up by the Administrative Department as well as making and reviewing the internal control system in terms of operations, financial reports, and compliance with the rules, regulations, policies, and risk management. In addition, the importance is put on the early warning and irregular transactions. For this reason, the Company has hired PNL Internal Audit Co., Ltd. to be the Internal Auditor to examine the internal control system of the Company to ensure that it is appropriate. Such Internal Auditor is independent and be able to monitor and balance the power. The Internal Auditor reports the result of the audit directly to the Audit Committee. The Company follows up the results regularly by evaluating the appropriateness of the internal control system at least once a year to make sure that the indicated system can be applied effectively.

Risk Management

The Board of Directors realizes the importance of risk management and, consequently, has specified the policy on risk management for the overall organization, assessed the risks and managed the risks of the organization in order to control the risks to be at an acceptable level. If any risk which may obstruct the achievement of the indicated plans is found, the Company must provide the measures to manage it together with promoting and encouraging all of the employees to create the culture of risk awareness. They should understand the cause of the risk and find the solution to it which include the adjustment of work stages and the effective use of resources as well as using tools to prevent to reduce the possible risks with an aim to prevent or reduce the possible losses. The aforementioned systematic operations shall result in the benefits and new opportunities for the Company and increase the value of the Company.


3) The Board of Directors’ Meeting

The Board of Directors’ Meeting date shall be indicated in advance each year. The Board of Directors shall receive the invitation to the meeting along with the agendas at least 7 days in advance except for some emergency cases. The meeting shall be recorded, approved and kept as reference. The meeting minutes can be examined in the meeting. The President of the Board of Directors and the President of the Executive Committee shall work together on indicating the agendas and considering the topics to be included in the agendas. All of the directors are provided with opportunities to propose the topics to be considered added to the agendas. Prior to each meeting, the Company shall send the agendas to the directors for study and consideration in appropriate time.

The meeting shall be conducted in the way that facilitates the proposal and discussion of the topics to be considered in the meeting. The President of the Company chairs the meeting and allows the directors to express their opinions freely. Sometimes, the top management may attend the meeting to provide useful information and accept the policy for effective implementation. The majority votes are regarded as the way to vote on the considered issues. One director has one vote. The directors who are the stakeholders shall not attend and not exercise their rights to vote on the questioned issues. If there are equal votes, the President of meeting shall vote to finalize the result. Each director has the right to examine the meeting documents and other related documents. If the Independent Directors or the Audit Directors have any questions, other directors and the management shall answer such questions as fast as possible.

If the directors disagree with the resolution of the meeting, they shall ask the Company Secretary to record the objection I the meeting minutes or submit the letter indicating the objection to the President of the Company. In each meeting, the Company Secretary shall attend the meeting to make the meeting minutes and submit it to the President of the Company for signing for approval. The meeting minute shall be presented as the first agenda of the following meeting for consideration and approval. Also, the Company Secretary shall keep the information and the documents related to the meetings for convenient reference. Normally, all of the Board of Directors member shall attend every meeting unless emergency which shall be notified prior to the meeting. In addition, the Board of Directors members who are not the Company’s executive management are allowed to have their own meetings when necessary to discuss problems or questioned issues without the presence of the executive management. The result of the meeting shall be notified to the Managing Director.

The Board of Directors’ Meeting shall be held at least 4 times a year and shall be called immediately in case of important agendas. The meeting shall be recorded in writing and kept systematically for examination if needed. The Audit Committee’s Meeting shall be held at least 4 times a year and the meeting minute shall be made and kept systematically in writing for examination.


4) Remuneration

The policy on remuneration of the directors and executive management has been made in writing in which the clear criteria and process are stated and updated to convince and maintain the quality employees and promote the growth of the Company. The appropriateness of the roles, the scope of the responsibilities and the performance of the Company and other companies in the same or similar business shall be considered as the basis of remuneration indication. The remuneration is paid in the form of the meeting allowance, monthly salary and bonus. The remuneration of the directors shall be proposed to the Shareholders’’ Meeting for approval. The remuneration to be paid to the directors and management shall be presented in the annual report.


5) Development of the Directors and the Management

The Board of the Directors promotes and facilitates the training to the directors who are related to the Corporate Governance system of the Company such as the Audit Committee to regularly improve the operations. In case of the change of the directors and the appointment of the new directors, the useful documents and information about the roles and responsibilities of the new directors shall be provided as well as the orientation to the Company’s business nature and practices.


JAS Asset Company Limited. Property Development