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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Thai Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) Member


Thaicom Public Company Limited (the “Company”) is committed to opposing all forms of corruption and bribery. The Company has been certified as a member of the Thai Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) since 16 January 2015 and has maintained the CAC membership status to date.

You can verify the Company’s CAC membership status at https://www.thai-cac.com/who-we-are/our-members/

ANTI-CORRUPTION AND BRIBERY POLICY 2024 EDITION

Declaration of Intent in View of Establishing Thailand’s Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption

Anti-Corruption and Bribery Risk 2023

Thaicom conducts its business with honesty, transparency, and fairness in compliance with principles of good corporate governance and code of conduct.

Corruption is a major threat to free and fair competition. We are determined to fight corruption and encourage our employees to follow company core values.

Anti-Corruption Policy

Thaicom complies with applicable laws in all markets of its presence as we are committed to high standards of honest, fair and open business. We adhere to a strict zero tolerance principle with regard to corruption in any form or manifestation. We are committed to promote an anti-corruption culture in society through corporate social responsibility and sustainability.

To comply with the principle of anti-corruption at the level of the Company and its subsidiaries, Thaicom has set forth a program designed in accordance with governing law and best international standards:

  • All employees, regardless of their rank, need to comply with the Anti-Corruption Policy and Related Party Transaction Policy (Conflict of Interest Policy);
  • Employees are prohibited from giving gifts (No Gift Policy), making contributions for political purposes or organizing entertainment activities for political parties or candidates for political office on behalf of Thaicom;
  • Training for personnel, including executives;
  • Feedback channels (whistle-blowing) for employees to report policy breaches.