This mechanism or system affects the determination and achievement of company goals, monitoring and assessing business risk, maximizing efforts to improve performance and formation and development of work culture in the company’s environment.
For ASEI Insurance, the application of good corporate governance is not just an obligation, but it is a necessity to maintain the transparency and accountability of company management to the public. The development of GCG is in harmony with best practices that are carried out on an ongoing basis to encourage:
These guidelines have been made the latest improvement in 2013 according to SKD No. 28/0119/SKD.KN/HKM dated December 31, 2013 regarding Good Corporate Governance Guidelines (GCG).
Assessment of the application of GCG is very relevant to obtain an overview of the conditions of applying GCG is faced with its best practices, in addition to identifying fields that require improvement (area of improvement).
Assessment is carried out by assessing several factors that become a benchmark in the implementation of GCG such as the rights and responsibilities of shareholders, rights and responsibilities of the Board of Commissioners and Directors, Good Corporate Governance Policy, Information Disclosure, Audit Function and Completeness of Committees.
This certification coverage is applied to export insurance, credit insurance, custom bonds and general insurance.