KUMPULAN FIMA BERHAD
The Company Secretaries have oversight on overall corporate secretarial functions of the Group, both in
Malaysia and the region where the Group operates. The Company Secretaries also serve and advise the
Board on matters relating to compliance with relevant laws, rules and regulation, governance best practices
and Directors’ duties and responsibilities. These include obligations on Directors relating to disclosure of
interests and disclosure of any conflicts of interest in transactions involving the Group, prohibition on dealing
in securities and restrictions on disclosure of price-sensitive information in line with the recommendation of the
MCCG 2012. The Company Secretaries also facilitate timely communication of decisions made and policies
set by the Board at Board meetings to the Management for action, lodgements with the stock exchange and
other regulators, management of dividend payments and ESS, and oversight of the relationship with the
Company’s share registrar.
To render to the advisory roles to the Board, the Company Secretaries possess the necessary qualifications
and experience. The Company Secretaries’ profiles are available on page 16 and 17 of this Annual Report.
COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP WITH SHAREHOLDERS
The Company recognizes the importance of an effective communication channels between the Board,
shareholders and general public.
The Board views the Company’s general meetings as a valuable opportunity for shareholders to exchange
views and engage in active dialogue with the Board. At the Company’s AGM for example, shareholders
have the opportunity to ask questions about, or make comments on, the Company’s operations and on
any resolutions being proposed. Shareholders may also direct questions and comments to the Company’s
external auditor on the conduct of their audit of the Company’s financial statements.
The Company’s corporate website atwww.fima.com.my
provides quick access to information about the
Group. The information on the website includes the Company’s corporate profile, individual profiles of senior
management, financial results, annual reports, corporate governance related policies and the Company’s
operations and major subsidiaries.
The Company also subscribes to internal guidelines on corporate disclosure policies and procedures. These
provide the Group with the appropriate guidance to discharge its disclosure obligations and ensure that
all communications to the public by the Company are timely, complete and accurate in accordance with
all applicable legal and regulatory requirements. As stated previously, corporate disclosure practices are
administered and overseen by a Corporate Disclosure Committee.
ACCOUNTABILITY AND AUDIT
5.1 Financial Reporting
For financial reporting through quarterly reports to Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad and the Annual
Report to shareholders, the Directors have a responsibility to ensure the accuracy of the statements of
comprehensive income, the statements of financial position, the statements of cash flow and all other
financial disclosure based on Malaysian Accounting Standards Board rules and other legislation. The
Audit Committee assists the Board to oversee the Group’s financial reporting processes and the quality
of its financial reporting. The Statement of Responsibility by Directors in respect of preparation of the
annual Audited Financial Statements is presented herein.