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Audit Committee

Under Regulation of the Financial Services Authority No. 55/POJK.04/2015 concerning Establishment and Working Guidelines for Audit Committees, the Audit Committee is established by and responsible to the Board of Commissioners in providing assistance for the duties and functions of the Board of Commissioners.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Audit Committee

The duties of the Company Audit Committee include oversight of Company performance; in-depth review of Company financial information; in-depth review of the Company's internal control system; in-depth review of the Company's compliance with the laws and regulations governing the capital market and other laws and regulations that pertain to the Company's activities; reporting to the Board of Commissioners about the various risks to the Company and implementation of risk management by the Board of Directors; in-depth review and reporting of Company-related complaints to the Board of Commissioners; and protecting the secrecy of the Company's documents, data and information.

Independence of the Audit Committee

The positions of chairman and members of the Audit Committee are independent. The Independent Commissioner serving as Audit Committee Chairman and 2 (two) other persons serving as Audit Committee members are appointed from outside the Company. In this, one of the Audit Committee members must have an educational background and expertise in the field of accounting and finance. This is stipulated in the Charter of the Company Audit Committee and Regulation of the Financial Services Authority (OJK) No. 55/POJK.04/2015 concerning Establishment and Working Guidelines of the Audit Committee.

Composition and Tenure of Audit Committee Members
No changes were made to the membership of the Audit Committee in 2018. The term of Audit Committee members shall continue until 2021 and the composition of the Company Audit Committee is as follows:

PROFIL KOMITE AUDIT

D.N. ADNYANA
Ketua

Aged 65 years. Indonesian citizen. Graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) in 1975 and awarded the title of Doctor of Metallurgy at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium in 1981. Appointed Chairman of the Audit Committee in a Resolution of the Board of Commissioners Meeting dated November 1, 2016. Has also held the position of Independent Commissioner of the Company since 1995. Now serving concurrently as Independent Commissioner for PT Tembaga Mulia Semanan Tbk and PT Kabelindo Murni Tbk and lecturing at several higher educational institutions in Jakarta.

RICKY RUDOLF
Anggota

Aged 42 years. Indonesian citizen. Educational background in Management Economics, having studied at the School of Economics - Indonesia Entrepreneur Development Institute (STIE-IPWIJA) in Jakarta. Appointed member of the Audit Committee in a Resolution of the Board of Commissioners Meeting dated November 1, 2016. Embarked on his career at several securities houses, including members of the Sinarmas Group and Salim Group, in so doing acquiring considerable knowledge and insights in the world of finance and the capital market.

DEDY HENDRAWAN
Anggota

Aged 41 years. Indonesian citizen. Most recent formal education Master's Degree in Middle East and Islamic Studies, majoring in Sharia Economics at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, where he graduated in 2008. Since May 2013, has served as Head of Operations at PT Shinhan Asset Management Indonesia (formerly PT Archipelago Asset Management). Besides pursuing a career on the capital market, Mr. Hendrawan is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics of the Islam As-Syafi’iyah University and Bina Nusantara University. On May 5, 2018, awarded a Certificate of Competence as an Expert in Sharia Law on the Capital Market.
In 2018, attended the following seminars and training events:

  1. Workshop on Advanced Understanding of Sharia Requirements for Sharia-Compliant Investment Managers, hosted by the Financial Services Authority (OJK) on April 11, 2018.
  2. The 4th round of Technical Mentoring Activities for Preparation of Collective Labor Agreements (CLAs) on April 25-26, 2018, organized by the Jakarta Labor and Transmigration Office.
  3. Refresher Training Program for Stock Dealers and Brokers on December 14, 2018, organized by the Indonesian Association of Capital Market Professionals.