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INVESTORS RELATIONS PROGRAM

The President, Corporate Secretary or Assistant Corporate Secretary and Chief Finance Officer reviews and approves major company announcements.

The company undertakes specific activities (e.g. conducting no-deal road shows and accommodating invitations/requests for meetings from its investors to respond to queries) to listen and learn investor requirements, needs and changing expectations.

The company takes the effort to meet its institutional investors and/or communicates person-to-person with shareholders through STSI.

Internal Communications are done through:

  1. Weekly CEO Meetings
  2. Monthly Board Meetings
  3. Board Committee Meetings
  4. Townhall Meetings
  5. Memos and Announcements
  6. Periodic reports
  7. Emails
  8. Telephone Calls
  9. Website
  10. Portal

While external communications are through:

  1. One-on-One Meetings
  2. Investors Conferences
  3. Non-Deal Roadshows
  4. Annual Stockholders’ Meeting
  5. Disclosures
  6. Press Releases

1) Describe the company’s investor relations program including its communications strategy to promote effective communication with its stockholders, other stakeholders and the public in general.  Disclose the contact details (e.g. telephone, fax and email) of the officer responsible for investor relations.

Details

  1. ObjectivesTo provide fair, timely, accurate and reliable financial and related information to stakeholders>
  2. PrinciplesThe Company has an Investor Relations Officer that coordinates with various teams for different stakeholders.
  3. Modes of CommunicationsDisclosure, Investor Conference, One-on-One Meeting, Letter, E-mail, Telephone, Fax, Website, Brochure, Annual and Quarterly Reports, Annual Stockholders’ Meetings
  4. Investors Relations OfficerInvestor Relations are handled by the following cross functional teams:
    1. Corporate Communications for Media
    2. Finance for Institutional Investors
    3. Legal and Stock Transfer Office for individual investors

2) What are the company’s rules and procedures governing the acquisition of corporate control in the capital markets, and extraordinary transactions such as mergers, and sales of substantial portions of corporate assets?

The Company seeks approval from its BOD, the two of which are independent directors. Whenever necessary, the Company appoints a third party for valuations.

In instances where the law requires shareholder action, the same is presented to the shareholders for their approval during an annual or special meeting.

Investors Relation Program

INVESTORS RELATIONS PROGRAM

The President, Corporate Secretary or Assistant Corporate Secretary and Chief Finance Officer reviews and approves major company announcements.

The company undertakes specific activities (e.g. conducting no-deal road shows and accommodating invitations/requests for meetings from its investors to respond to queries) to listen and learn investor requirements, needs and changing expectations.

The company takes the effort to meet its institutional investors and/or communicates person-to-person with shareholders through STSI.

Internal Communications are done through:

  1. Weekly CEO Meetings
  2. Monthly Board Meetings
  3. Board Committee Meetings
  4. Townhall Meetings
  5. Memos and Announcements
  6. Periodic reports
  7. Emails
  8. Telephone Calls
  9. Website
  10. Portal

While external communications are through:

  1. One-on-One Meetings
  2. Investors Conferences
  3. Non-Deal Roadshows
  4. Annual Stockholders’ Meeting
  5. Disclosures
  6. Press Releases

1) Describe the company’s investor relations program including its communications strategy to promote effective communication with its stockholders, other stakeholders and the public in general.  Disclose the contact details (e.g. telephone, fax and email) of the officer responsible for investor relations.

Details

  1. ObjectivesTo provide fair, timely, accurate and reliable financial and related information to stakeholders>
  2. PrinciplesThe Company has an Investor Relations Officer that coordinates with various teams for different stakeholders.
  3. Modes of CommunicationsDisclosure, Investor Conference, One-on-One Meeting, Letter, E-mail, Telephone, Fax, Website, Brochure, Annual and Quarterly Reports, Annual Stockholders’ Meetings
  4. Investors Relations OfficerInvestor Relations are handled by the following cross functional teams:
    1. Corporate Communications for Media
    2. Finance for Institutional Investors
    3. Legal and Stock Transfer Office for individual investors

2) What are the company’s rules and procedures governing the acquisition of corporate control in the capital markets, and extraordinary transactions such as mergers, and sales of substantial portions of corporate assets?

The Company seeks approval from its BOD, the two of which are independent directors. Whenever necessary, the Company appoints a third party for valuations.

In instances where the law requires shareholder action, the same is presented to the shareholders for their approval during an annual or special meeting.