A sharp increase in the number of Independent Directors made it difficult for the Company to convene Board meetings as often as is needed. Therefore, the Company set up committees under the Board in accordance with relevant laws and delegated some of the Board authority to the committees, each of which is filled with Directors who can bring their expertise and experience to the assigned committee.
Board committees, established and operating in accordance with Article 28-2 of Articles of Incorporation, are as set forth:
The Company has the Compensation Committee which consists of Executive Directors and major Senior Vice Presidents though it is not a committee under the Board of Directors. Also, although the Company does not have a separate corporate governance Committee, the Board works to maintain a high level of corporate transparencies through the Independent Director Recommendation Committee and the Related Party Transactions Committee.
Each agenda approved by board committees is instantly notified to all Directors, and each Director may call for the convocation of Board meetings within two days from the notice. The Board of Directors may put the resolutions approved by the committees for voting at the Board meeting.
The Related Party Transactions Committee is a committee under the Board of Directors that was established in April 2004 to enhance corporate transparency and promote fair transactions. The committee is responsible for reviewing related party transactions.
The Related Party Transactions Committee shall comprise of three Independent Directors.
Currently, the committee consists of three Independent Directors. The head of the committee is Independent Director In-Ho Lee.
|Related party transactions committee members|
(Head of the committee)
|Han-joong Kim||Kwang-Soo Song|
The Related Party Transactions Committee shall hold regular meetings at least once a quarter.
Authority to Receive Reports on Related Party Transactions
The committee may receive reports on transactions between the Company and its affiliates.
Authority to Order Investigations on Related Party Transactions
The committee may order its aide to investigate documents of related party transactions.
Authority to Recommend Corrective Measures for Unfair Related Party Transactions
The committee may recommend that the Board takes corrective measures for related party transactions that violate laws or regulations of the Company.
Duty of good faith
Duty to investigate and report to the Board
If the committee finds any related party transaction that is in violation of laws or regulations, it shall promptly report to the Board.
Duty to prepare minutes
|24 January, 2013|
|Report on 4Q12 related party transaction review||-||3/3 present|