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WORK GUIDE (CHARTER) BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

In carrying out its duties and responsibilities, the Board of Commissioners together with the Board of Directors determines a Charter which contains a collection of corporate legal principles, applicable laws and regulations, Shareholder directives and provisions of the Articles of Association governing the duties and responsibilities of the Board of Commissioners and The Directors. The Work Guidelines aim to enable the Board of Commissioners and Directors to better understand their rights and obligations, duties and responsibilities as well as regulations relating to the work procedures of the Board of Commissioners and Directors.

The duties and responsibilities of the Board of Commissioners are as follows:

  1. Oversee and provide advice to the Directors on the daily management of the Company.
  2. Oversee the implementation of the Company's work plan carried out by the Directors.
  3. Monitor and evaluate the results of the Board of Directors' performance during the Company's management actions.
  4. Supervise the implementation of risk management and the implementation of Good Corporate Governance in each of the Company's business activities at all levels and organizational hierarchy of the Company.
  5. Monitor and supervise the Company's compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  6. Ensure that the Board of Directors has followed up on any findings and recommendations from the Internal Audit Unit, External Auditors, OJK (if any), and other relevant parties.
  7. Request explanations from the Directors both verbally and in writing in the context of carrying out the duties of the Board of Commissioners.

Going forward, the Board of Commissioners, including Independent Commissioners, will continue to carry out and develop their duties as the Company's Supervisory Organs as stated above and with due regard to the provisions of Law Number 40 Year 2007 concerning Limited Liability Companies ("Company Law"), Financial Services Authority Regulation Number 30 / POJK.05 / 2014 dated 19 November 2014 concerning Good Corporate Governance for Financing Companies ("POJK No. 30/2014") and other relevant regulations.

WORK GUIDE (CHARTER) BOARD OF DIRECTORS

In carrying out its duties and responsibilities, the Board of Directors has a handle in the form of a Work Charter which includes the principles of corporate law, the applicable laws and regulations, the directives of the Shareholders and the provisions of the Articles of Association governing the duties and responsibilities of the Directors. This Work Guideline aims to enable the Board of Directors to run the Company efficiently, effectively, transparently, competently, independently and accountably so that it can be accepted by all interested parties and in accordance with the laws and regulations in force in Indonesia.

The duties and responsibilities of the Directors are as follows:

  1. Performing the management functions of the Company in accordance with the aims and objectives of the Company's business;
  2. Establish short-term and long-term strategic directions and priorities of the Company.
  3. Manage the Company in accordance with the authorities and responsibilities stated in the Company's Articles of Association and the applicable laws and regulations.
  4. Ensure that all policies, provisions, systems and procedures, as well as the Company's business activities are in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and ensure the Company's compliance with all commitments made by the Company to OJK and / or other related parties.
  5. Implement the principles of Good Corporate Governance in every business activity of the Company at every level and organizational hierarchy of the Company.
  6. Running a corporate social responsibility program for people in need.
  7. Following up on all audit findings and recommendations from the Internal Audit Unit, External Auditor, OJK (if any), and other related parties to be reported to the Board of Commissioners.
  8. Maintaining a healthy and open relationship with other members of the Board of Directors.
  9. Support the role of the Board of Commissioners as the Company's supervisory organ by providing accurate and timely information and providing all the facilities needed by the Board of Commissioners in carrying out its supervisory duties.
  10. Hold a General Meeting of Shareholders (RUPS).
  11. Accountable for the implementation of its duties to shareholders through the RUPS.
  12. Paying attention to the interests of all stakeholders of the Company in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

Going forward, the Board of Directors including the Independent Director will continue to carry out and develop their duties as the organ of the Company's management in accordance with those listed above and with due regard to the provisions of the Company Law, POJK No. 30/2014 and other related regulations.