To enable the businesses of The Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited (Bangchak) and its subsidiaries to comply with applicable laws and regulations of Thailand and other countries, achieve acceptance from various stakeholders, and avert risks arising from non-compliance with laws and regulations by their directors, management, and employees, Bangchak has established this Corporate Compliance Policy, which holds the directors, management, and employees of itself and its subsidiaries—as well as other parties working on their behalf—directly responsible for compliance with:
- Antitrust and Competition Law, while advocating free and fair business competition without discrimination or taking advantage of others;
- Anti-corruption and Anti-bribery Law involving public and private sectors worldwide;
- Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Law;
- Legislation on labor, human rights, human dignity, and respect for the freedom and equality of those granted protection;
- Intellectual Property Laws, while respecting others’ intellectual property rights, promoting works regarded as intellectual property rights, and safeguarding Bangchak’s intellectual property rights against infringement;
- Anti-Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (Anti-SLAPP);
- Applicable laws and regulations in all countries related to Bangchak and its subsidiaries businesses; and
- Bangchak’s various policies, including standards, code of conduct, operating guidelines or manuals and actions regarded as proper for Bangchak and subsidiaries, although it has not been explicitly covered by this policy.
In complying with this policy to achieve its objectives and goals, the Top Executive and the Management of Bangchak and its subsidiaries are responsible for performing good examples, and all employees of Bangchak and subsidiaries must perceive and comply to such example by following the attached practical guidelines from this date onwards.