PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk

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Audit Committee

Based on the established corporate governance regulation, the Company guarantees that every member of the Audit Committee is a professional independent individual that has no conflict of interest with the Company.

Y. Wahyu Saronto

Independent Commissioner concurrently serving as the Chairman of the Audit Committee (2017-present).
Indonesian Citizen, born in 1948. He obtained a degree from the Indonesian police Academy in 1971, the police Science College in 1977, SESPIM polri in 1985, studied strategic management issues and attended education and training at home and abroad in the field of intelligence and national defence in 2002. Previously he held positions in the Indonesian National police (Polri) as the Head of the National Police Security Service, Director of Intelligence at the National Police, Regional Head of Police and a number of positions in the National Intelligence Agency. Currently he is a member of the DAS (Strategic Analyst Board) at BIN. In carrying out his profession, he received the Bintang Bhayangkara Pratama Award. He served as a Commissioner of the Company since 2011.

Patia Mamontang Simatupang

He is an Indonesian citizen, born in 1945. He is a professional in accounting and finance with more than 25 years working experience.

He currently also serves as a Senior Consultant at the Institute of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia, Member of Audit Committee in PT Indoritel Makmur Internasional Tbk and Member of Audit Committee in some State Owned Enterprises, such as Perusahaan Umum (Perum) JASA TIRTA II Jatiluhur from 2007- 2011, PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk from 2003-2005, PT (Persero) Surveyor Indonesia from 2004-2008 and PT (Persero) Sucofindo in 2006. He holds Master Degree in Science in Management (MSM), Management Education Institute, Arthur D. Little, Boston, Massachusetts, USA in 1987. He also holds Certified Management Accountant (CMA) issued by The Institute of Certified Management Accountants - Australia in 2007.

Riniek Winarsih

She is an Indonesian citizen, born in 1965. She is a professional in accounting and finance with more than 25 years working experience.

Prior to joining as audit committee member, Riniek Winarsih was audit Partner with member firm of Deloitte South East Asia Cluster until the beginning of 2020 with more than 25 years of extensive experience in audit of various industries and publicly listed company (Tbk) and as a consultant. Industries that were served among others engaged in plantations, retails, hospitality and financial institution such as banks, leasing, broker dealer and insurance.

Riniek had joined work exchange program known as “Global Development Program” in Deloitte McLean in United States for almost 2 years in which she was assigned to audit manufacturing, retail and financial institution company. Riniek Winarsih is registered as Certified Public Accountant in Indonesia, Registered Sharia Accountant and Bank Indonesia Registered Public Accountant and OJK Registered Public Accountant.



The Company implements transparency across its operational activities in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations. This principle is manifested in the periodical reporting on the Company’s business development to the government and investors. The Company also maintains information disclosure to the public regarding the benefits of the Company’s business and operations.



The Company’s accountability is also maintained through the establishment of the right organizational structure and workflow in order to support every division in implementing their responsibility more efficiently. Each division is responsible to the management, who will then formulate the business and financial reports to be examined by the Board of Commissioners and the Public Accounting Firm.



Under a good corporate governance structure, the Company ensures that operational and business activities are implemented in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations and generate benefits to all stakeholders to the Company’s activities. The three principles of the good corporate governance are implemented through a structure comprising seven parts, including the Board of Directors, the Board of Commissioners, Committees, Teams and Staff.