Corporate Governance

Ensure Disclosure and Financial Integrity

     The Board of Directors supports the personnel in charge of management and disclosure of financial information, such as the head of accounting and finance, the director of accounting and finance department, accountants, finance staff, the internal auditor, encouraging them to acquire knowledge, skills and experience appropriate for their responsibilities and ensuring that the Company has sufficient number of such personnel.

     The Board of Directors arranges the management department to monitor and assess the Company’s financial position as well as report operating results to the Board of Directors on a regular basis. Once any signs of financial liquidity problems or any negative signs that may lead to the Company’s ability to repay debts are observed, the Board of Directors and the management department work together to find rational solutions in a prompt manner.

     The Board of Directors arranges the disclosure of information, e.g., financial reports, financial statements, annual reports, shareholder’s structure, and shareholders’ meetings through the Company’s website to ensure that the information is disclosed equally both internally and externally in a prompt manner and with the same understanding.