Investor Relations

Corporate Governance Principles

CTCI's corporate governance principles underpin, strengthen and improve the company's overall governance system. The principles apply to the following areas:
Corporate Governance Principles (CTCI) Download
Articles of Incorporation Download
CTCI Corporation Rules Governing the Election of Directors Download
Codes of Ethical Conduct Download
Regulations Governing the Board Performance Evaluation Download
Rules Governing Procedure for Board of Directors’ Meetings Download
CTCI Corporation Insiders’ Shareholding Policy Download
2018 Major Donations and Sponsorships of CTCI Download

Board of Directors

Audit Committee

Remuneration Committee

Nominating Committee

The 14th Term Audit/Remuneration/Nominating Committee Download
Audit Committee Charter Download
Remuneration Committee Charter Download
Organizational Charter of Nominating Committee Download

Shareholder Structure

Internal Audit: Organization and Function

The audit department is an independent unit that is directly subordinate to the board of directors. The internal audit officer must report the audit operations to each independent director monthly, as well as attend and deliver reports to the audit committee and the board of directors.

The work of the internal audit commission assists the board of directors and managers in inspecting and reviewing defects in CTCI’s internal control system. It also assesses overall operational effectiveness and efficiency. This work provides a basis for review and correction, helping prompt timely recommendations that ensure the sustained operational effectiveness of the system. 

The majority of the audit work is executed according to the annual audit plan, which needs to be approved by the board of directors. This plan is formulated based on risk assessment results, and includes audit items, times, procedures, methodology, etc.

All departments and major subsidiaries conduct self-assessments at least once each year. The purpose of self-assessments is to test and improve internal monitoring mechanisms. The audit department then reviews these self-assessment reports, together with summaries on the correction of defects and irregularities, to serve as the primary basis for the board of directors and the general manager to evaluate the overall efficacy of CTCI’s internal control system; and to produce the Internal Control System Statement.

Communications between Independent Directors, the Internal Audit Officer and CPAs

The ways, topics and results of communications between the Independent Directors, the Internal Audit Officer and the CPAs
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