Good Corporate Governance
The implementation of corporate governance in a company is very important as one of the processes to maintain the sustainability of the company's business in the long term that prioritizes the interests of shareholders and stakeholders. The Principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) began to emerge in member countries of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) because of the emergence of awareness about the increasingly important role of companies for the state and society.
Consider the importance of corporate governance and carry out the mandate of the provisions of Article 55 of the Financial Services Authority Regulation Number 57 / POJK.04 / 2017 concerning the Implementation of Governance of Securities Companies Conducting Business Activities as Underwriters and Broker-Dealer. The GCG implementation at Yuanta Sekuritas Indonesia is based on 5 (five) basic principles, namely:
- Transparency is the openness in the decision-making process and openness in the disclosure and provision of material and relevant information regarding company activities;
- Accountability is the clarity of functions, structures, systems, and accountability of company organs so that the management of the company runs transparently, fairly, effectively, and efficiently;
- Responsibility is the suitability (compliance) of the company's management of laws and regulations;
- Independency is a condition where the company is managed professionally without conflicts of interest and influence or pressure from any party that is not in accordance with the laws and regulations; and
- Fairness are justice and equality in fulfilling Stakeholders' rights arising from agreements and legislation.