MISC Berhad (“MISC” or the “Company”) firmly believes that sound corporate governance practices are fundamental towards winning investors’ confidence and are pre-requisites to achieving the Company’s ultimate objectives of enhancing long-term shareholder value and protecting stakeholders’ interests. As governance forms one of the pillars which uphold MISC’s Sustainability Strategy 2021-2025, the Board strives to ensure that MISC’s corporate governance practices conform to the best practice recommendations of the Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance and comply with the Main Market Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.
The Constitution of a company sets out the powers of the company and also governs the internal affairs and management of the company. A copy of MISC Berhad’s Constitution is available here.
The Board of Directors is guided by the Board Charter in discharging its duties. A copy of the Board Charter is available here.
Board Committees' Terms of Reference
Directors’ Fit and Proper Policy
The Directors’ Fit and Proper Policy (“Policy”) requires all Board members to have the necessary qualities, competencies and experience to perform their duties and carry out the responsibilities required of the position in the most effective manner. A copy of the Policy is available here:
Directors’ Remuneration Framework
The Remuneration Framework for Non-Executive Directors of MISC Berhad (“Framework”) guides the remuneration of MISC’s Non-Executive Directors. A copy of the Framework is available here.
Corporate Disclosure Policy
The MISC Corporate Disclosure Policy (“CDP”) sets out MISC’s policy and procedures for the disclosure of material information to Bursa Malaysia and communication of other relevant material information to the investment community, media and other relevant stakeholders in a timely, consistent and appropriate manner. A copy of the CDP is available here