Internal Audit Unit

The Internal Audit Unit (IAU) provides independent and objective assurance on the effectiveness and integrity of the Company’s operations. It also provides consulting services to all departments to improve these operations.

The work of the IAU refers to the Internal Audit

Charter, which specifies the structure, duties and responsibilities of the IAU. In accordance with the Charter, the IAU is led by the Head of Internal Audit, who is appointed by the Board of Directors with the approval of the Board of Commissioners, and reports directly to the President Director of the Company. The Head of Internal Audit is assisted by several professional internal auditors. In operations, the Head of Internal Audit was assisted by two Internal Audit Managers and three Internal Audit Assistant Managers.

Internal Audit Charter (PDF | 58KB)

At 1 January 2016, the Head of Internal Audit is Mrs. Fransisca Ho.

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Fransisca Ho. Indonesian citizen, born in Jakarta. Appointed as Head of Internal Audit, effective 1st January 2016, by the Board of Commissioners.

Responsibilities of Internal Audit Unit

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The IAU is responsible for: Identifying and evaluating significant exposures to risk, and contributing to the strengthening of risk management and control systems

Internal Audit Unit Activities

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The IAU’s activities in 2015 included the following

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