Investor Relations

Internal Audit

The Company's Auditing office is an independent unit that reports directly to the Board of Directors and briefs the Audit Committee on a regular and as-needed basis.

Auditing Office is responsible for the examination and assessment of the internal controls of the Company's financial, sales, operations, and management departments. All departments, including those of the subsidiaries', are subject to its audit. 

Regular internal audits are executed according to the annual audit plan. Special audit projects are implemented as needed. These audits enhance internal control and provide timely recommendations for future improvements. In accordance with corporate governance, audit reports are regularly submitted to and reviewed by the Audit Committee. Auditing Office also examines the mechanisms and results of self-evaluations by departments and subsidiaries to ensure strict implementation. In addition, Auditing Office generates and consolidates related inspection reports for the Audit Committee and the Board of Directors to evaluate the overall efficiency of existing internal control systems before generating an internal control system statement. 

The Auditing Office comprises twelve auditors. The organization and job function of the department is as below: