Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles are crucial for business growth and will continue to be important in the future. To succeed in the current competitive market, individuals in positions of power must possess a comprehensive understanding of ESG.
Based on the provisions in POJK No. 34/POJK.04/2014 regarding the Nomination and Remuneration Committee of Issuers or Public Companies, especially related to the responsibilities of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee (KNR) of PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk (Anabatic Technologies), KNR organized a capacity building program for Anabatic Technologies’s Board of Commissioners and Directors, on Monday (16/10/2023), by inviting professional mentors from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) ESG team to provide in-depth insights on ESG dynamics in placing the company in the best position in the ESG landscape.
The company’s Board of Commissioners and Directors can ask questions, share insights, and engage in discussions. In addition to providing explanations, mentors offer real examples and case studies to enhance understanding of ESG principles.
“For a company’s ESG initiatives to make a significant impact, the Board of Commissioners and Directors must have aligned views. We expect leaders to understand ESG principles and have in-depth knowledge for the future. So that they can make the right decisions, in line with the company’s goals, ethics, and sustainability,” said Camelia Suryana Bong, Camelia Suryana Bong, Head of Corporate Secretary of PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk.
Through this program, Anabatic Technologies’s leaders not only deepen their general understanding but also strengthen their commitment to ethical business practices and sustainable growth. In the future, they will be able to sharpen the direction of ESG policies that are more specific to the direction of business strategy.
“We believe that with a proactive approach to ESG principles, companies can transform positively. The Board of Commissioners and Directors can also drive change within the company, the entire industry, and society. This will help build a more sustainable future for everyone,” Camelia added.