In implementing good corporate governance, the Internal Audit Unit has an important role in evaluating the adequacy of internal controls, compliance with regulations, safeguarding assets owned, ensuring reliable financial and managerial reporting, increasing organizational effectiveness and increasing cost efficiency, reducing the impact of losses, irregularities companies include fraud and violations of any precautionary aspect.

The structure and position of the Internal Auditor, duties, responsibilities, authorities, and codes of ethics are regulated in the Internal Audit Charter. The Internal Audit Charter is approved based on the Directors’ Decree and is used as a reference in carrying out all activities of the Internal Audit Unit.

Internal Audit Unit Structure