Minor International Public Company Limited

The Board of Directors and Management of Minor International Public Company Limited ("the Company") recognizes the significance of Good Corporate Governance a critical factor for the Company to achieve its long term sustainable growth objectives, and create trust and confidence among its shareholders, investors, other stakeholders and relevant parties.

The Board of Directors has thus established Corporate Governance Policy by adopting the Corporate Governance Guidelines and Code of Conduct handbook. All directors, executives and staff are expected to understand and apply the guidelines in line with the 5 Principles of Good Corporate Governance for Listed Companies of the Stock Exchange of Thailand; namely

  • 1
    Right of Shareholders
  • 2
    Equitable Treatment of Shareholders
  • 3
    Roles of Stakeholders
  • 4
    Disclosure of Information and Transparency
  • 5
    Responsibilities of the Board of Directors

These principles were revised so as to be consistent with the ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ASEAN CG Scorecard) (or other subsequent rules) in order to bring the Company's corporate governance to international standards.

The Board of Directors believes that Good Corporate Governance will ensure fairness and transparency in the Company's management system, enhance competitiveness and promote sustainable growth of the Company, boost confidence of all stakeholders and ultimately create long-term value for shareholders.

The Company received the Gold prize in coveted Board of the Year Awards 2018 from the Thai Institute of Directors (IOD). MINT was recognized as the winner among SET-listed companies with market capitalization of over Baht 100 billion.

In 2013, the Company has been included in the list of Signatory Companies of Thailand's Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption's Declaration of Intent, which is a collaboration among various business organizations.

The Company has been certified as a member of CAC on 22 January 2016. This is to ensure and promote the commitment not to engage in any forms of corrupt practices.

In 2019, the Company has been recertified as a member of CAC for the next three years, effective from 21 May 2019 to 20 May 2022.

The Company's corporate governance scoring 2020 was rated "excellent" for the eighth consecutive year from Corporate Governance Report of Thai Listed Companies 2020 conducted by the Thai Institute of Directors Association (IOD).

In addition, in the 33rd of The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) meeting by the Secretary-Generals on 9th December 2020 chaired by the Vietnamese supervisory agency, a meeting resolution is to make an announcement of the findings in the 2019 ASEAN CG Scorecard which assessed the listed companies using the 2018 public information, the Company is one of the recipients of the ASEAN Asset Class PLCs Award, a reward designed for companies with the scores of at least 97.50.