Angkasa Pura II realizes that the implementation of corporate management is increasingly becoming a demand, because its success is a key factor in the success of achieving goals and winning competition at the global level.
Appointed as the President Director of PT Angkasa Pura II (PT AP II) based on the Decree of the Minister of SOEs as the Shareholder of PT AP II Number: SK-227/MBU/09/2016 dated 9 September 2016.
Born in Jakarta, January 15, 1968, completed his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Sriwijaya University (1990), Master of Business Administration from European University Antwerp Belgium (1998), and a Doctorate in Management from Padjadjaran University (2016).
Previously served as Director of Enterprise & Business Service at PT Telkom Indonesia Tbk (2012-2016) where previously he was the President Director of PT Infomedia Nusantara (2010-2012). Executive General Manager of the Access Division, Executive General Manager of Sumatra Regional Division 1 at PT Telkom Indonesia Tbk (2007-2010) and Telkom's Vice President Public & Marketing Communication at PT Telkom Indonesia Tbk (2005-2007).
Training and education that have been followed include the Executive Education Program, Strategic Management:
Creating and Sustaining Competitive Advantage - Cambridge Judge Business School, UK (2015), Indonesia Certified Professional Marketer (ICPM) - Indonesia Marketing Association (IMA), Indonesia (2014), Executive Education Program - Wharton University of Pennsylvania, USA (2013), Asia Change Leader's Forum - McKinsey Company, Singapore (2012), Executive Education Program "Building New Businesses In Established Organization" - Harvard Business School - Boston, USA (2011), Advanced Senior Executive Program (ASEP) - Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University - Chicago, USA (2009), Managing Partnership & Startegic Alliances - INSEAD Business School, France (2007), Senior Executive Program (SEP) ) - Sassin Business School, Chulalongkorn University - Bangkok, Thailand (2006).
Appointed as Deputy Director of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on the Decree of the Minister of SOEs as the General Meeting of Shareholders of PT Angkasa Pura II Company Number SK-271 / MBU / 11/2019 dated 18 November 2019.
Born in Jakarta, April 28, 1971, completed his Bachelor of Economics at Gadjah Mada University and continued his Masters degree at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy with a Master of Public Management degree.
He previously served as Deputy for Energy, Logistics, Regional and Tourism Business, President Commissioner of PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero), Commissioner of PT Pertamina (Persero), to Commissioner of PT Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel).
Appointed as Director of Finance of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on SOE Ministerial Decree Number: SK-188 / MBU / 08/2019 on August 2, 2019.
Born in Bandung, January 24, 1971. Previously served as Director of Finance and Administration at PT. Sarinah (Persero) (2017-2019), Senior Vice President, Head of SOE and Shariah Global Banking at Maybank Indonesia (2013-2017), Senior Vice President, HSBC Amanah Corporate Banking at HSBC Jakarta (2011-2013), Vice President, Corporate Product Proposition at HSBC Jakarta (2009-2011), Vice President, Business Analytics & Strategy Implementation at HSBC Jakarta (2007-2009), Corporate Planning Head at PT. Permodalan Nasional Madani (Persero) (2006-2007), Information Technology Dept. Head at PT. Permodalan Nasional Madani (Persero) (2002-2006), Project Development Assistant Manager at PT Bank Universal Tbk (2001-2002), Financial Information System Specialist at Merril Lynch - Cleveland, Ohio (2000-2001), Project / System Analyst at Andersen Consulting (Accenture) - Cleveland, Ohio (1998-2000). His last education is S2 - MBA in Finance, and M.Sc in Computer & Information Sciences at Cleveland State University, USA.
Served as Human Capital Director. Born in Yogyakarta on November 25, 1967. Previously he served as Director of Finance & Support at PT Asset Management Company, had served as GM HR & General PT Asset Management Company and had also worked at IBRA, PT KIA Timor Motor and PT Astra Daihatsu Motor.
He completed his education at Gadjah Mada University majoring in Nuclear Physics and continued his graduate education in Development Economics at the same campus.
Appointed as Director of Transformation & Portfolio based on SOE Ministerial Decree number SK-188 / MBU / 08/2019 on August 2, 2019.
Served as Director of Transformation & Strategic Portfolio. Previously served as President Director of PT Infrastructure Guarantee Indonesia (Persero / PT PII) - BUMN under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia - until August 25, 2019. Until 2019, infrastructure projects that had been guaranteed by both the Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Credit Guarantee schemes were more than Rp. 200 Trillion. Therefore PT PII has been named the Best Asia PPP of the year 2019.
Previously, Armand lived his professional life at the telecommunications company PT Indosat, Tbk, with the position of Chief of Controller. During that time, he was trusted to lead M&A transactions. While leading the corporate strategy division, Indosat was selected as the company with the Best Strategy by Asia Money. A registered accountant of CA, CPA and CMA, Armand obtained a Masters in Finance Econometrics from the University of Lincoln, New Zealand, and a PhD in Finance from the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia.
Appointed as a Commissioner at PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on the Decree of the Minister of BUMN Number: SK-217 / MBU / 10/2014 dated October 17, 2014.
Born in Bangka, January 27, 1960, he completed his formal Diploma III Adjunct Accountant at the State College of Accountancy (1981), Diploma IV Accountant at the State College of Accountancy (1987), and Master in Accounting Science at the University of Missourri, United States ( 1991).
Has a history of work, among others, as Head of the Sub-Directorate of Investigation of Local Government Institutions Deputy of BPKP Investigation (2000-2004), Manager of BPKP Anti-Corruption Components (2002-2004), Director of KPK Investigation (2005-2011), Deputy of KPK Prevention Sector (2012- 2014), and Deputy of BPKP Investigation (2016 - Present).
Have attended training and have professional expertise Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE), Indonesian Accountants Association (IAI), Association for Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and the International Association for Accounting Education Education & Reseracher (IAAER), The Institute of Internal Auditors Canada National Conference Canada 2016, Frauditing, Sydney IIA (The Institute Of Internal Auditors) 2017.
Appointed as a Commissioner at PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on a Decree of the Minister of BUMN Number SK-86/MBU/06/2015 dated June 8, 2015.
Having the full name of Mujahidin Harpin Ondeh, he was born in Gorontalo on November 10, 1965. Previously he served as Danpuslat Kodiklat TNI (2012-2013), Korphaskas Commander (2013-2014), Vice President of Security & Risk Management of PT Freeport Indonesia (2015 ). And a history of foreign assignments as the United Nations Mission Observer in Iran and Iraq (1989-1990), Operations, Education and Training Assignments in the United States, Europe, Australia and Asia (2000-2014).
He completed his military education at the Air Force Academy (1981), SESKOAU (1995), SESKO TNI (2005), Bachelor of Law STHI Gorontalo (2009).
He has attended training including the ACI 8th Annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition Program in London, England (2016), the ACS 6th Airport Construction Summit Program in Shanghai, China (2016), Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) - Continuing Professional Education (CPE) ) in Washington DC, United States (2016), Expand Leadership Program CLDI (2017), Leadership in Transformational Digital Era at Cambridge AGLP (Asean Global Leadersip Program) 2017
Appointed as Commissioner of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on SOE Ministerial Decree number: SK-45 /MBU/ 02/2018 on February 19, 2019.
Born in Yogyakarta, May 21, 1963. Completed a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering at the Ten November Institute of Technology, Surabaya.
During his career, he served as Head of Land Quality (1999-2002), Head of Cooperation & Airport Facilities Network (2002-2005) Director General of Transportation, Head of Adban Juanda Order in Surabaya (2005-2007), Transportation Attache of the Indonesian Embassy in Canada (2007-2011), Kabag . TU Soetta First Class Airport Authority Office (2011-2013), Head of Region II Airport Authority Office (2013-2014), Head of Region III Airport Authority Juanda Airport Surabaya Office (2014-2015), Head of Airport Authority Office Region V Class I Hasanuddin Makassar (2015), Head of Air Transportation Research and Development Center (2015), Secretary of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (2015-2016), Board of Commissioners of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) (2018-Present).
Appointed as Commissioner of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) based on SOE Ministerial Decree number SK-37 / MBU / 02/2019.
Born in Gombong, 14 September 1971. Completed his formal undergraduate education at Merdeka University, Malang (1994), and completed his Masters of Law at the University of Indonesia (2012, Jakarta).
Has a work history as Head of Transportation Infrastructure Business Planning Subdivision (2002 - 2006), Head of SOE Inventory Subdivision (2006 - 2010), Head of Infrastructure and Logistics Business IIb (2010 - 2013), Dkom Secretary of PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk ( 2010 - 2015), Head of Primary Industrial Business IIIb (2013 - 2014), Head of SOE Executive HR Policy (2014-2015), Head of SOE Executive Human Resources Policy (2015-2016), Commissioner of PT Kereta Api Indonesia (2017 - 2016) 2019), Assistant Deputy for Data and Information Technology (2016 - 2019), Assistant Deputy for Management of HR Executives for SOEs (2019 - Present).
Appointed as Commissioner based on SOE Ministerial Decree number SK-48 /MBU/02/2019 on February 11, 2019.
Born on January 24, 1960. Completed formal education Diploma IV in Accounting-STAN (1990), and Masters education at the University of Colorado, United States (1994).
Has a work history as an Audit Committee of PT Pusri (2004 - 2018), Secretary of the Financial Education and Training Agency (2008-2013), Director of a State-Owned Bank, Directorate General of State Assets (2013), Commissioner of PT Perkebunan Nusantara VII (2014-2019), Secretary of the Directorate General of State Assets (2013-present).
The commitment of GCG implementation is an absolute matter for Angkasa Pura II. This is done through strengthening the infrastructure owned and continuously improving the system and procedures to support the effectiveness of GCG implementation in Angkasa Pura II.
To realize a growing and highly competitive company, Angkasa Pura II has developed the structure and system of Good Corporate Governance by taking into account the principles of GCG in accordance with the rules and regulations and the best practices. The implementation of GCG is a follow up of the Decree of the Minister of SOEs. 117 / M-MBU / 2002 dated July 31, 2002 which was subsequently amended by Regulation of the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises. PER 01 / MBU / 2011 dated 01 August 2011 on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance, which states that "SOEs are required to carry out the company's operations by adhering to GCG principles of transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence and fairness".
The spirit embodied in the implementation of GCG in Angkasa Pura II is the intention and determination of Angkasa Pura II management to make Angkasa Pura II a company that continues to grow and develop with good Quality of Working Products and Process, and has Code of Conduct, including responsibility to the environment .
The purpose of the implementation of GCG in Angkasa Pura II is as follows:
Controlling and directing relationships between the Company organs (Shareholders, Board of Commissioners, Board of Directors), employees, customers, partners, and the community and the environment are running well and the interests of all parties are met.
Encourage and support the development of Angkasa Pura II.
Manage resources more trustfully.
Managing risk better.
Increase accountability to stakeholders.
Prevent the occurrence of irregularities in the management of Angkasa Pura II.
Improve the work culture of Angkasa Pura II.
Improve the image of Angkasa Pura II (image) to be better.
To realize this, Angkasa Pura II has full commitment and consistently uphold the implementation of GCG by referring to some formal rules that become the basis for Angkasa Pura II in the implementation of GCG namely:
Law no. 19 of 2003 on BUMN (Article 5, paragraph 3).
Regulation of the Minister of State for Business Enterprise no. PER / 01 / MBU / 2011 on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance to State-Owned Enterprises and amendment to Regulation of the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises no. PER-09 / MBU / 2012 dated July 6, 2012. The decision of the Secretary of the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises no. SK-16 / S.MBU / 2012 dated June 6, 2012 on the Indicators / Parameters of Assessment and Evaluation of the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance at State-Owned Enterprises. Law no. 1 of 1995 on Limited Liability Company renewed by Law no. 40 of 2007 dated August 16, 2007. Joint Decision of the Board of Commissioners and the Board of Directors Number KEP.448 / UM.004 / X / AP II-2007 and Number: KEP.02.03.01 / 00/10/2007 461 on Guidelines for the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) and Code of Conduct in the Environment of PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero). Principles of GCG in accordance with PER-01 / MBU / 2011 dated 01 August 2011 on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance in State-Owned Enterprises, including:
Transparency (transparency), ie openness in the process of decision making and openness in disclosing material and relevant information about the company; Accountability (accountability), namely clarity of functions, implementation and accountability of the Organ so that the management of the company implemented effectively; Responsibility (responsibility), ie conformity in the management of the company against the laws and principles of healthy corporations; Independence, ie the circumstances in which the company is professionally managed without conflict of interest and influence / pressure from any party that is inconsistent with legislation and sound corporate principles; Fairness, which is justice and equality in fulfilling the rights of stakeholders arising under the agreement and the laws and regulations.
Angkasa Pura II sets the direction of GCG implementation in the form of a GCG Roadmap which is expected to guide the implementation of GCG implementation at all levels. The GCG Roadmap is directed to make GCG a reference in every operational activity. The ultimate goal of GCG Roadmap is the realization of Angkasa Pura II as a good corporate citizen. It is expected that with the achievement of the final goal, Angkasa Pura II is optimistic to improve and maintain the performance on an ongoing basis.
Strengthening GCG Implementation In interpreting good corporate governance, Angkasa Pura II has the basic principles of promoting GCG as part of the management of the Company through the implementation of a system that reflects the principles of information disclosure, accountability, equity and responsibility.
Angkasa Pura II has conducted various GCG implementation initiatives, either independently or assisted by independent parties in achieving sustainable governance.
During 2012, the achievement of the program in strengthening the implementation of GCG in Angkasa Pura II has been completed, covering:
Implementation of the 2011 GCG Implementation Assessment
Revised GCG Guidelines
Revised Code of Conduct
Signing of Integrity Pact
Circular Letter of Prohibition of Parcel / Prize Receipt
Intensive socialization of GCG to all Insan Angkasa Pura II
Establishment of Compliance Units residing in Risk Management
Circular Letter on Business / Business Prohibition for Directors and Employees at Airport Managed by Angkasa Pura II
The juridical basis for the implementation of the GCG assessment in Angkasa Pura II refers to the Regulation of the Minister of SOE Number PER-01 / MBU / 2011 dated 01 August 2011 on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance in State-Owned Enterprises.
The parameter indicators used are the Corporate Corporate Governance Scorecard (CCGS) issued by the SOE Ministry. In its development, CCGS has undergone several developments and improvements, ie in 2005, 2008 and 2011.
In 2012, the assessment of GCG implementation is done through Self Assessment independently (internally) using indicators of assessment parameters based on the Decree of the Secretary of the Ministry of SOEs No. SK-16 / S.MBU / 2012 About Indicator Parameter Assessment and Evaluation on the Implementation of Good Corporate Governance Good Corporate Governance) to State-Owned Enterprises issued on June 6, 2012.
The indicators consist of:
Commitment to the implementation of good corporate governance in a sustainable manner
Shareholders and GMS / owners of capital
Board of Commissioners / Board of Trustees
Board of Directors
Disclosure of information and transparency
GCG Self Assessment Year 2012
The results of the GCG Self Assessment assessment by independent parties for the 2012 practice show the results with the "GOOD" rating with the achievement score of 82.08% covering 6 (six) measured aspects: Commitment to the Implementation of Sustainable Governance, Shareholders and GMS, Board of Commissioners, Board of Directors, Disclosure of Information and Transparency, and Other Aspects.
Information Regarding Parties Who Conduct Self Assessment
The 2012 GCG self assessment is conducted by internal Angkasa Pura II using self assessment method, while 2011 GCG Assessment is conducted by BPKP Banten Provincial Representative Office.
In accordance with Law no. 40 Year 2007 Chapter I Regarding General Provisions Article 1, the Company's organs consist of General Meeting of Shareholders, Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners.
The General Meeting of Shareholders, hereinafter referred to as GMS, is the Company's organs having authority not granted to the Board of Directors or the Board of Commissioners within the limits specified in the Act and / or Articles of Association.
The Board of Directors shall be the competent corporate body and fully responsible for the maintenance of the Company for the interest of the Company, in accordance with the purposes and objectives of the Company and to represent the Company, both inside and outside the court in accordance with the provisions of the Articles of Association.
The Board of Commissioners is an organ of the Company which is in charge of supervising publicly and / or specifically in accordance with the Articles of Association and advising the Board of Directors.
The Company's organs play a key role in the successful implementation of GCG. The Company's organs perform their functions in accordance with the provisions of legislation, the Company's Articles of Association and other provisions based on the principle that each organ has an independence in performing its duties, functions and responsibilities for the benefit of the Company.
GSM, Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors honor their respective duties, responsibilities and authorities in accordance with the Laws and Articles of Association.
In carrying out the task of managing the company, the Board of Directors is assisted by the Corporate Secretary and Internal Control Unit as well as other work units that perform the management functions of the Company.
In conducting supervisory duties, the Board of Commissioners may establish a committee, whose members are one or more members of the Board of Commissioners. The committees are accountable to the Board of Commissioners.
Governance Mechanism is a GCG implementation mechanism that is reflected in a strong system. This is important, because GCG implementation is not enough just to rely on the pillars of governance structure, but there is a need for clear rules in the form of mechanisms. Governance mechanism can be defined as the rules of the game, procedures and clear relationships between the parties who make decisions with those who control (oversight) of the decision.
Angkasa Pura II has a Good Corporate Governance Guideline approved by Joint Decree of the Board of Commissioners Number: KEP.258.1 / GCG / X / APII- 2004 and Board of Directors Number: KEP.484.1 / KS.005 / APII-2004. The Company continues to refine its GCG (soft-structure GCG) policy to align with the business processes and GCG implementation requirements for the company.
In addition to the GCG guidelines, Angkasa Pura II has developed Code of Conduct, Audit Committee Charter, Internal Audit Charter and various policies and procedures to support good governance. All such policies and procedures are intended to encourage the Company to check and balance any business activities based on applicable GCG principles.
The General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) as the highest institution in Angkasa Pura II, has the authority not to be given to the Board of Commissioners or the Board of Directors within the limits stipulated in the Articles of Association and prevailing laws and regulations. Such powers include holding the BoC and BoD responsibilities in relation to the management of Angkasa Pura II, amending the articles of association, appointing and dismissing the Directors and Members of the Board of Commissioners, deciding on the distribution of duties and authority of management among Directors and others.
During 2012 Angkasa Pura II conducts 1 (one) Annual GMS and 1 (one) time of Extraordinary GMS.
On May 15, 2012, Angkasa Pura II conducted an Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held at the 12th Infrastructure & Logistics Meeting Room of the Ministry of SOEs.
On July 19, 2012, Angkasa Pura II conducted an Extraordinary GMS on 21st Floor of the Ministry of SOEs.
Angkasa Pura II is aware that the implementation of corporate risk management is increasingly becoming a demand, as its success is a key factor in the successful achievement of the goal and the victory of competition at the global level.
Angkasa Pura II as a company engaged in airport services and services related to the airport continues to make improvements in realizing its vision and mission. The transformation program continues to run in all areas to support functions, including risk management. The company realizes that the implementation of corporate risk management is increasingly becoming a demand, as its success is a key factor in the success of goal achievement and the winning of competition in the global level.
The implementation of risk management can increase shareholder value, as well as provide a comprehensive picture to stakeholders as well as managers of the Company about potential opportunities and losses, thus decision makers and internal policy makers have the availability of data and information on the performance of the Company, enabling more effective and efficient decision-making.
In business activity, Angkasa Pura II faces some inherent risks. These risks can generally be divided into risks affecting people, assets, the environment, and reputation. Specifically, the risks faced by its characteristics may be in the form of operational flight failure risk, airport operation failure, service failure and non-compliance with regulations. These risks are addressed through risk mitigation, risk mitigation, or risk transfer. Evaluation is always carried out periodically in accordance with changes in risk parameters.
Continually develop and improve the framework of integrated risk management system and integrated internal control structure so as to provide information on potential risks early and further steps can be taken to minimize the impact of risks. This risk management framework is set forth in the policies, procedures, limitlimit transactions, authority and other provisions as well as various risk management tools applicable throughout the scope of business activities.
In order to develop risk management in accordance with international airport standards, the management of Angkasa Pura II has prepared a risk profile, and implemented safety security services through compliance and the development of Enterprise Risk Management-Integrated Framework and Application Techniques issued by The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (ERM-COSO).
The essence of the implementation of risk management is the adequacy of risk management procedures and methodologies so that the Company's business activities remain manageable at acceptable and profitable limits.
Basic Implementation of Risk Management
As a state-owned company, Angkasa Pura II must comply with existing laws and regulations. In line with the Regulation of the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia No. PER-01 / MBU / 2011 article 25, Angkasa Pura II shall apply the following matters:
The Board of Directors, in any corporate decision / action, shall consider business risks.
The Board of Directors shall build and implement an integrated corporate risk management program that is part of the implementation of the GCG program.
Implementation of risk management program can be done by forming a separate work unit under the Board of Directors; or assign an existing and relevant work unit to carry out the risk management function.
Risk Management Manager
Angkasa Pura II establishes Corporate Risk Management Unit as the person in charge of managing risk management with the scope of work covering Head Office and 12 (twelve) Branch Office of Angkasa Pura II, specializing in Safety Management System, Facility Risk Management and Business Risk Management.
Risk Management Policy
Angkasa Pura II's risk management policy refers to ISO 31000: 2009 Risk Management-Principles and Guidelines, which has been adopted into the national standard SNI ISO 31000: 2011.
Risk Management Strategy
Angkasa Pura II has laid out a risk management development framework in the Risk Management Standard format of the Company. The development and implementation of risk management has been started since 2006 by using the internal method approach as part of risk management and is expected to be completed entirely by 2015, in line with the Corporate Risk Management roadmap proposed in the Company's 2011-2015 RJPP rolling plan program.
As a factor supporting the implementation of risk management implementation strategy, Angkasa Pura II seeks to instil risk-conscious culture on employees by providing an adequate understanding of risk factors related to work and / or its daily functions.
Making GCG Cultural
Angkasa Pura II always strives to create a corporate culture that upholds integrity. The approach of cultural internalization is done through intervention in the three aspects of leadership, systems and employees. With this approach, Angkasa Pura II culture in addition to written in the policies and procedures also become a discipline (soft skills) practiced by the Board of Commissioners, Directors and employees in the implementation of daily work.
Angkasa Pura II has strong core values, namely THE BEST, with the following description:
Code of conduct
In order to achieve the Company's success, GCG implementation needs to be based on high integrity. Therefore, in 2007 Angkasa Pura II has drawn up a Code of Conduct that explains the Company's morale in conducting its business. The Code of Conduct which states the commitment of all employees of Angkasa Pura II has also been signed by all employees and Company Leaders in 2008 as a personal commitment to comply with the Code of Conduct documented in the Corporate Secretary Unit. Periodically, every year employees renew their commitment statement to the Code of Conduct.
Enforceability and Content of the Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct applies to all Insan Angkasa Pura II, starting from Board of Commissioners, Board of Directors, and all employees of Angkasa Pura II. In addition, external parties related to Angkasa Pura II are also required to follow the various provisions contained in the Code of Conduct.
The Code of Conduct governs the policy of ethical values expressed explicitly as a standard of conduct to be guided by all Insan Angkasa Pura II.
Some important things that are regulated in Angkasa Pura II Code of Conduct are:
Commitment statement of commitment.
Signing of commitments with the Board of Commissioners, Directors, Trade Unions and employees.
Vision, Mission and Philosophy / Corporate Culture.
The Company's commitment to stakeholders.
Commitment and behavior of Insan Angkasa Pura II.
Enforcement of the Code of Conduct.
Commitment statement to comply with the code of conduct.
In maintaining an ethical relationship with all parties, Angkasa Pura II formulates the Company's commitment to shareholders and stakeholders as follows:
Commitment to Shareholders, by providing the best corporate value from financial and non financial aspects; provide complete, accurate and timely reports and implement good corporate governance;
Commitment to Customers, in order to maintain the company's reputation, integrity, and credibility and promote harmonious corporate relationships with customers;
Commitment to the people of Angkasa Pura II, in order to realize a quality, fair relationship and can encourage the intensity and quality of human participation of Angkasa Pura II, the company will treat Angkasa Pura II as a fair company member;
Commitment to Supplier / Supplier, the company manages honest and fair relationships in business with suppliers / suppliers;
Commitment to Business Partners, the relationship between the company and business partners is based on the principle of equality, transparency, and business ethics;
Commitment to Partners, by constantly coordinating to safeguard the interests of the company and provide proportional access to the smooth execution of duties of partners;
Commitment to Subsidiaries and Affiliated Companies, by continuously conducting coaching and rewarding and maintaining the independence of subsidiaries and affiliated companies in developing the business as a whole;
Commitment to the Government, by conducting business professionally by observing and complying with laws and regulations, and government policies related to the business activities of the company and of behaving ethically in connection with government agencies;
Commitment to Society and Environment, by realizing corporate social responsibility as a form of Good Corporate Citizenship.
Disclosure of Code of Conduct to All Space Insiders II
The socialization of the Code of Conduct implementation will always be done to all Angkasa Pura II personnel, from Top Management up to the operational level through various media owned by Angkasa Pura II, including utilization through information technology media which can be accessed by all employees easily at any time. Periodically, to all persons of Angkasa Pura II shall be submitted through Memo media and / or Circular Letter from the Board of Directors concerning the implementation of business ethics.
Media Socialization The spread of Code of Conduct, among others through:
Ads in the newspaper
And so forth.
In addition, Angkasa Pura II conducted Socialization of Code of Conduct in upgrading forum or briefing of new employees, Signing of commitment statement to Code of Conduct by people of Angkasa Pura II and Socialization of Team Building of Employee Discipline Inspection Team (KP2DK) to all employees.
Before signing a declaration of compliance with the Code of Conduct, every employee of Angkasa Pura II is required to read, understand and live the Code of Conduct properly and correctly.
Application Efforts and Enforcement of the Code of Conduct
In 2012, enforcement of the Code of Conduct was conducted in several ways, including:
The person responsible for the enforcement of Ethics and Conduct for all persons of Angkasa Pura II is the Board of Directors. In order to assist the effectiveness of Code of Conduct enforcement, the company formed a team of Employee Discipline Examination Group (KP2DK).
Reporting irregular actions. Each employee is required to report a violation of the Code of Conduct implementation to the KP2DK team in their respective working areas. All such reports must be accompanied by accurate data and / or supporting evidence for further violations to be processed. Any violation of the Company's Code of Ethics and Conduct will be subject to sanctions in accordance with the degree of violation.
Sanction offense. Every person of Angkasa Pura II who is proven to have violated the Code of Conduct shall be liable to sanctions. Sanctions for employees are determined by the Board of Directors, while sanctions for the Board of Directors and Board of Commissioners are decided by the Shareholders through the GMS.