GCG Principles

Mulya Group ensures that GCG principles are applied in every aspect of business processes and at all levels of the Company. The principles of good corporate governance are needed to achieve the long-term sustainability of the company while taking into account the interests of stakeholders.

The principles of good corporate governance as stipulated in the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises Regulation Number PER-01/MBU/2011 concerning the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance in State-Owned Enterprises, Chapter II article 3 is described as follows:

  1. Transparency
  2. Basic principles
  3. Principal Guidelines for Implementation
  4. Responsibility
  5. Independency
  6. Fairness

Transparency

Transparency, which is openness in carrying out the decision making process and openness in disclosing material and relevant information about the company.

Basic principles

To maintain objectivity in conducting business, Mulya Group provides material and relevant information in a way that is easily accessible and understood by stakeholders. Mulya Group took the initiative to disclose not only the problems required by legislation but also other important matters for decision making by the Shareholders and Stakeholders by their rights.

Principal Guidelines for Implementation

Mulya Group provides information in a timely, adequate, clear, accurate and comparable manner and is easily accessible by stakeholders by their rights.

  1. The principle of transparency adopted by Mulya Group does not reduce the obligation in fulfilling the provisions of the Company’s confidentiality by applicable legislation, the confidentiality of office, and personal rights;
  2. Information that must be disclosed includes, but is not limited to the Vision, Mission, business goals and strategy of the Company, financial condition, composition and compensation of the Directors and the Board of Commissioners, share ownership of members of the Board of Commissioners and members of the Board of Directors and their family members in the Company or other companies, management system risks, internal control and internal audit systems, systems and implementation of GCG as well as their level of compliance, and important events that can affect the condition of the Company;
  3. Company policies must be written and proportionally communicated to Stakeholders.

Responsibility

Is the compliance of the Company’s management with the applicable laws and regulations and sound corporate principles.

Basic principles

Mulya Group always strives to comply with laws and regulations and carry out responsibilities to the community and the environment in order to achieve long-term business sustainability and be recognized as goodPrincipal Guidelines for Implementation

  1. Company Organs strive to adhere to the principle of prudence and ensure compliance with statutory regulations, Law Number 40 of 2007 and Company regulations stipulated (by-laws);
  2. Mulya Group seeks partnerships with all interested parties according to sound business ethics, including caring for the environment and carrying out social responsibility especially around the Company by making effective and systematic planning and implementation of social responsibility activities.

Independency

That is a situation where the Company is managed professionally without conflict of interest and influence / pressure from any party that is not in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations and sound corporate principles.

Basic Principles

That is a situation where the Company is professionally managed without conflicts of interest and influence/pressure from any party that is not by the applicable laws and regulations and sound corporate principles.

Fairness

That is a situation where the Company is professionally managed without conflicts of interest and influence/pressure from any party that is not by the applicable laws and regulations and sound corporate principles.