Code of Conduct for Investor Relations Officers (IROs)

  • Carry out their responsibilities honestly based on the relevant regulations. Being Professional. Do not concerned and seek for their own benefit.
  • Keep inside information confidentially and do not disclose the information to any other person until it is disclosed to the public.
  • Disclose information to investors, shareholders, securities analysts, financial institutions, government sector, media, persons within the organization, and all stakeholders fairly and equitably, except for the need of the business (i.e. providing information to Credit Rating Agencies and auditors etc.). The way to provide the information and activities may vary accordingly.
  • Executives or Investor relation officers are prohibited to trade the company and subsidiaries' stocks directly or indirectly (i.e. Nominee etc.) during the period of one month before the quarterly and annual announcement date and after the disclosure of those information.
  • Do not disclose all information related to the financial performance during the period of one month before the quarterly and annual announcement date including do not attend any appointment, meeting, or answering any questions relevant to the financial performance to shareholders, investors, securities analysts, and the media.
  • Improving knowledge in order to improve their work in accordance with good corporate governance and improve the quality of the work consistently.