Signatory declaration to the investment governance code (I CODE)

21 June 2017

SCB Asset Management Co., Ltd., realizes our responsibilities to act in the best long term interest of our Investors. In this fiduciary role, we believe that investment in companies that incorporate environmental, social responsibilities and governance factors into their business strategies and practices will lead to sustainable long-term value creation to our investors. 

SCB Asset Management Co., Ltd., declares our adoption of the following Principles set out in the I Code issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand, and our commitment to implementation consistent with our role and fiduciary responsibilities: 

Principle 1:     Adopt a clear, written Investment Governance Policy.
Principle 2:     Properly prevent and manage conflicts of interest and prioritise advancing the best interest of investors.
Principle 3:     Make informed investment decisions and engage in active ongoing monitoring of investee companies.
Principle 4:     Apply enhanced monitoring of and engagement with the investee companies if monitoring pursuant to Principle 3 is considered insufficient. 
Principle 5:     Have a clear policy on exercising voting rights and disclosure of voting results.
Principle 6:     Act collectively with other investors and stakeholders as appropriate. 
Principle 7:     Regularly disclose the Investment Governance Policy and compliance with the policy.

For further inquiries, contact SCBAM Call Center at 0 2777 7777 press 0 press 6 during office hour from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm.

 

Announced on June 21, 2017
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