The Company has established a dedicated good corporate governance practice including disclosure transparency to enhance our stakeholders’ confidence in the Company. The Investor Relations and Capital Market Office is responsible for the disclosure of the Company’s information to investors, securities analysts, and other related capital market entities. To ensure equitable treatment of shareholders and transparency of disclosures of information, all Investor Relations and Capital Market Office personnel is required to abide by the following code of ethics.
- Disclose financial, non-financial, as well as sustainability information correctly and sufficiently for investment decision.
- Not to act in contrary to the disclosure requirements and rules of relevant regulatory bodies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
- Disclose information with discretion and refuse to disclosure if such information is deemed insider information or may cause the Company to lose its competitiveness.
- Not to disclose information related to operating results 30 days prior to reporting date of the operating results of each quarter (Silent Period).
- Not to use inside information for personal benefits nor disclose inside information to unrelated parties.
- Not to consider personal interests in any form when choosing to participate in activities with other parties.