SCGM Bhd

Lot 3304 Batu 24 1/2 Jalan Kulai - Air Hitam

81000 Kulai, Johor Malaysia

Tel: +607-6522288       Fax: +607-6522299

Email: ir@scgmbhd.com

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Our Mission and Values
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Role of Board of Directors

 

The Company aims to ensure a balance of power and authority between the Executive Chairman, Managing Director and Executive Directors with a clear division of responsibility between the running of the Board and the Company’s business respectively. The positions of the Executive Chairman, Managing Director and Executive Director are separated and clearly defined.

 

 

Role of the Executive Chairman

Guiding Principle

The Executive Chairman is responsible for leadership of the Board in ensuring the effectiveness of all aspects of his role to meet the vision and mission of the Group.

Decisions of the Board are made collectively during Board meetings. In order to ensure that meetings are properly facilitated, and the Board is properly led, the Executive Chairman plays a crucial and pivotal leadership role in ensuring that the Board works effectively. The Executive Chairman of the Board shall preside all General Meetings of the Company.

Executive Chairman of the Board endeavors to create an environment which promotes constructive deliberations leading to effective contributions by each Board member during Board meetings. Further, Executive Chairman must be able to manage personal conflicts and help to focus the Board on what really matters as opposed to simply ploughing through the agenda.

The Executive Chairman is responsible for the following:-

      1. Provide leadership and run the Board effectively with the assistance of the Board Committees and management;

      2. Ensure the whole Board plays a full and constructive part in developing and determining the Group’s strategy and overall business and commercial objectives;

      3. Ensure the Board annually reviews its performance and is balanced so as to achieve its effectiveness;

      4. Ensure the Board members are well briefed and have access to information on all aspects of the company’s operations;

      5. Setting the Board meeting agenda for consideration, giving emphasis on important issues challenged by the Group with emphasis on strategic, rather than operational issues;

      6. Chairing of general meetings and Board meetings;

      7. Act as the Group’s representative and or to delegate to other Board Members in its dealing with external parties;

      8. Help guide the Group on long term strategic opportunities and represent the Group with key industry, civic and philanthropic constituents; and

      9. Promote the highest standards of integrity, probity and corporate governance of the Group;

      10. Ensure that general meetings of the company are conducted efficiently and that shareholders have adequate opportunity to air their views and obtain answers to their queries.

Role of the Managing Director

Guiding Principle

MD is responsible to the Board for the day-to-day management of the Company and for fulfilling all policy matters set by the Board.

These are expounded below.

 

The MD leads the management team. The Board holds the MD accountable for the performance of the management team.

 

The key roles of the MD are:-

 

  1. Manage the Group’s business and ensure that operational planning and control systems are in place;

  2. Accountable and responsible for the Group’s operations and financial performance. Formulate and recommend business and financial strategies and plans to develop the company’s business and to implement these plans to achieve agreed performance targets;

  3. Lead management and employees and express his clear leadership;

  4. Prepare and implement strategic plans;

  5. Submit and implement acquisition / investment proposals;

  6. Develop an organizational structure with the necessary succession planning;

  7. Promote communications internally and externally for the Group as the chief communicator by monitoring the goals, visions, missions and challenges.

  8. Maintain a friendly environment and develop organization culture, values and reputation in its markets;

  9. Have a good corporate social responsibility program for shareholders, staff, customers, suppliers, partners and regulatory / official bodies;

  10. Ensure the executive team implements the decisions of the Board and its Committees;

      1. Assist the Executive Chairman in drawing up the agenda for Board meetings by providing input in relation to important strategic issues facing the business;

 

Presently, the Executive Chairman assumes the role of MD but there is no repetitive of role of duty and responsibility between the two.

Role of the Executive Director

Guiding Principle

ED is responsible to the Board for the day-to-day management of the respective unit to meet the marketing and sales target and to implement all policy matters set by the Board.

 

These are expounded below.

 

ED leads the management team. The Board holds the ED accountable for the performance of the management team.

 

The key roles of the ED are:-

 

(a)

Responsible for day-to-day management of the Division/Department and of the Group with all powers, discretions and delegations authorized, from time to time by the Board;

(b)

Develop annual operational plans and annual budgets, consistent with agreed strategies and presentation to the Managing Director;

(c)

Be responsible to the Board for the performance of the business consistent with agreed plans, strategies and policies;

(d)

Lead the staff, including the development of performance and appraisals;

(e)

Ensure the business performance is consistent with the business principles;

(f)

Develop and maintain an effective framework of internal control over risk in relation to all business activities;

(g)

Ensure the flow of information to the Board is accurate, timely and clear; and

(h)

To lead the Department of the Company to meet its vision and mission.

 

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