PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk

About Us

Corporate Secretary

The Company as a listed company must appoint a Corporate Secretary, which reports to the Board of Directors. The Corporate Secretary acts as a liaison between the Company and the capital market regulators, in this case the Financial Services Authority (OJK) and the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). The Corporate Secretary is responsible to give advice to the Board of Directors on the Company’s obligations in accordance with the Articles of Association, organize meetings of the Board of Directors and the Board of Commissioners, joint meetings of the Board of Commissioners – the Board of Directors and the General Meeting of Shareholders.

Rizka Dewi Sulistyorini
Corporate Secretary

Indonesian citizen, born in 1978. She earned a Bachelor degree in Economics from University of Merdeka, Malang in 2000. She is currently pursuing Bachelor and Master of Laws in IBLAM school of law.

Rizka has 4 years experience in customer service banking and marketing, and 17 years experience in licensing, business development and regulatory in palm oil plantation companies.

She had successfully developed new land opportunities and applied licenses in Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua area. She is actively involved in Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA) membership.



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.