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Banpu Power Public Company Limited (BPP)’s Corporate Governance Policy and Code of Conduct Handbooks
 
The corporate governance implementation principles set out in these Handbooks have been used as guidelines in the companies where BCLis a major shareholder or possesses management authority. The principles are applied as the standard of business ethics in the countries where BCL plans to operate in the future. In its corporate governance implementation, BCL also takes into consideration the legal, economic and social conditions, as well as the corporate culture of its subsidiary companies. 
 

Corporate Governance Policy

Code of Conduct 

 


The Board of Directors has appointed Ms. Thassanee Passarapark as Company Secretary, whose duties and responsibilities are as stipulated in the Securities and Exchange Act (No.5), B.E. 2559, an amendment of the Securities and Exchange Act B.E. 2535. The Company Secretary is responsible for organizing meetings for the Board of Directors and shareholders, ensuring compliance with the meetings’ resolutions, and advising the Board on rules and regulations to which it must comply. Additionally, the Company Secretary is responsible for preparing and keeping the register of directors, Board meeting invitation letters, Board meeting minutes, the Banpu Annual Report, invitation letters to attend the shareholders’ meeting and records of its minutes, the report on conflict of interest of directors or executive officers and other duties as required by the Capital Market Supervisory Board.