The Board of Directors

 

The Board of Directors of the Company comprised 15 directors as follows:

 

No

Name

Position

1

Mr. Prachai Leophairatana

Chairman

2

Dr. Pramuan Leophairatana

Vice Chairman

3

Mrs. Orapin Leophairatana

Vice Chairman

4

Mr. Prayad Liewphairatana

Director

5

Miss Pattrapan Leopairut

Director

6

Mr. Pakor n Leopairut

Director

7

Mr. Pakkapol Leopairut

Director

8

Ms. Nitawan Leophairatana

Director

9

Ms. Malinee Leopairut

Director

10

Dr. Porakrit Leophairatana

Director

11

Mr. Manu Leopairote

Independent Director; Chairman of the Audit Committee

12

Mr. Thiraphong Vikitset

Independent Director; Member of the Audit Committee

13

Mr. Abhijai Chandrasen

Independent Director; Member of the Audit Committee

14

Mr. Khantachai Vichakkhana

Independent Director

15

Mr. Wanchai Manosooti

Independent Director

 

All Directors of the Company have participated in at least one training course organized by the Thai Institute of Director Association: The Directors Certification Program (DCP) or the Directors Accreditation Program (DAP).

  Authority of the Board of Directors

The Company must manage the business operations of the Company to be in compliance with governing laws, objectives, and resolutions of the shareholders’ meeting. In addition, the Board of Directors of the Company is committed to conduct its business operations in compliance with corporate governance rules and regulations. It has functions and responsibilities to approve the following:

 

  1. To carry out activities prudently and in compliance with related governing laws, the objectives of the Company, and the Articles of Association, in order to protect the Company’s interests and for the benefit of shareholders.
  2. To consider policy, vision, work plans and key strategies, as well as ethical standards for business operations, and to supervise and monitor Management, to ensure that they perform duties efficiently and are in compliance with the Company’s policies.
  3. To monitor the operational results of the Company and any other key progress criteria.
  4. To determine interim dividends to shareholders.
  5. To ensure that financial reports are complete, accurate, reliable, and timely, and are prepared in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  6. To monitor the implementation of internal control and audit systems; to comply with all regulations and related governing laws; and to ensure appropriate risk management.
  7. To ensure that the Company performs in compliance with good corporate governance policies, and focuses on fair treatment for all related parties, and discloses all relevant information that might affect the interests of related parties and the public.
  8. To monitor and to prevent conflicts of interest and ensure that connected transactions and any other transactions that might affect the interests of related parties are in compliance with related rules and regulations.
  9. To consider the nomination of qualified persons to perform the duties of directors.
  10. To consider the need and appropriateness to determine remuneration to directors.