COMPANY PROFILE

Golden Land Berhad (GLB) is a Malaysian based company engaged in investment holding, cultivation of oil palm and provision of management services to its subsidiaries. Its plantation business focuses on oil palm cultivation. GLB is listed in Bursa Malaysia (KLSE) as an investment holding company. The company first commenced operations in oil palm cultivation back in 1986, in the District of Sabah.

During the period from 1986 to 2015, GLB owned approximately 9,414 hectares of oil palm plantation land and a crude palm oil and palm kernel processing mill. However, a strategic decision was made in 2015 to dispose off its Malaysian based plantation subsidiaries. Following the restructuring, GLB now operates oil palm plantations based solely in Kalimantan, Indonesia

In the same year, the group realized that there was an opportunity in the property development by developing some of the existing land bank. Golden Land Berhad decided to venture into property development as a GOLDENLAND. Making use of their nurturing and caring values as planters along with the decades of experience and expertise in running professional companies, GOLDENLAND sought to fill this gold with better quality, service and a more caring attitude towards the industry.

GOLDENLAND aims to do this and improve the property sector with commitment to nature and develop high quality products, functional and practical designs and spaces to provide a satisfying purchasing experience for every single one of their buyers.

Board of Directors

    TAN TECK KIONG - Independent Non-Executive Chairman


    Mr Tan Teck Kiong (Malaysian, age 59) joined the Board of GLBHD on 13 October 2016. He also serves GLBHD as the Chairman of the Board and a member of the Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee.

    Mr Tan holds a B. A. Accounting Degree from the University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom and Degree in Law from the Polytechnic of Central London. He is a Barrister-at-law (Lincoln’s Inn) and was called to Malaysian Bar in October, 1983.

    He has over thirty (30) years of experience in providing legal services. He began his career in 1983 with Messrs Abdul Aziz, Ong & Co. as a Legal Assistant and subsequently held positions as the Senior Litigation Lawyer at Messrs Kadir, Andri & Partners, Litigation Partner at Messrs Tunku Mukhrizah & Partners and thereafter joined Messrs Heiley Hassan, Tan & Partners as a partner until current date. 

    He has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company. There is no conflict of interests with the Company. Within the past 5 years, he has no convictions for offences.

    YAP PHING CERN - Chief Executive Officer


    Mr Yap Phing Cern (Malaysian, age 54) joined the Board of GLBHD as an Executive Director on 26 December 2001 and was appointed as the Managing Director on 14 November 2002. On 7 May 2004, he has been redesignated as Chief Executive Officer.

    He graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Washington State University, Washington, U.S.A. in 1987.

    He started his career in 1987 as an Executive Assistant to the Managing Director of a quarry operator in Johor. He joined the Group in 1989 as a Director, taking charge of the sawmill operations. He has more than 10 years of experience in the timber manufacturing and logging industry. He was also actively involved in palm oil estate operation and management, and oil palm development and cultivation.

    Currently he oversees the Group's operations and is also involved in the planning, formulation and implementation of the Group's business strategies.

    He is a substantial shareholder of GLBHD. He is the brother of Ms Yap Fei Chien, an Executive Director of GLBHD.

    Save as disclosed above, he has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company.

    There is no conflict of interest with the Company except for those transactions disclosed on page 109 to 111 of Annual Report 2017. He has no conviction for offences within the past 5 years.

    YAP FEI CHIEN - Executive Director


    Ms Yap Fei Chien (Malaysian, age 47) joined the Board of GLBHD on 7 March 2002. 

    She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Management Information System from Oklahoma State University, U.S.A., and a Master of Business Administration from University of South Alabama, U.S.A.

    She joined the group in 1999 as a Manager overseeing the Administration and Credit/Finance function of the timber manufacturing operation and she currently oversees the Group's Human Resources and Administration function.

    She is the sister of Mr Yap Phing Cern, the Chief Executive Officer and a substantial shareholder of GLBHD.

    Save as disclosed above, she has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company.

    There is no conflict of interest with the Company except for those transactions disclosed on page 109 to 111 of Annual Report 2017. She has no conviction of offences within the past 5 years.


    BEH SUI LOON - Independent Non-Executive DIRECTOR


    Mr Beh Sui Loon (Malaysian, age 54) joined the Board of GLBHD on 11 May 2009. He also serves GLBHD as the Chairman of the Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee.

    He obtained his qualification as a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants since 1991 and is also a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.

    He has more than 20 years experience in the accounts and tax services industry. He was attached with KPMG Tax Services Sdn Bhd as a Tax Senior Consultant managing a portfolio of over 100 clients. Currently, he is a Group Financial Controller of an investment holdings company and is responsible for the finance and administration, tax, legal and investment portfolios.

    He has no family relationship with any other directors or major shareholders of the Company. There is no conflict of interest with the Company. Within the past 5 years, he has no convictions for offences.


    OH KIM SUN - Non-Independent Non-Executive Director


    Mr Oh Kim Sun (Malaysian, age 69) joined the Board of GLBHD on 28 July 2011. He also serves GLBHD as a member of the Audit Committee.

    He is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants ("MICPA").

    He has more than 40 years of experience in finance. He began his career in 1972 with Coopers and Lybrand in London and subsequently held positions as the Finance Director of Taiko Plantations Sdn Bhd, the Financial Controller of ICI Malaysia, and the Finance Manager (Secondment) at the Headquarters in London, responsible for Northern Europe. He led a successful management buy-out of ICI's Malaysian operations in 1994. 

    From 1994, he served Chemical Company of Malaysia as the Group Executive Director until 2003.

    He currently serves on the Board of Directors of several Public Listed Companies namely, Nikko Electronics Berhad ("in liquidation") and N2N Connect Berhad.

    He is a major shareholder of GLBHD by virtue of his indirect interest in Agromate Holdings Sdn Bhd (through Ideal Force Sdn Bhd) pursuant to Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2016.

    He has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company.

    There is no conflict of interest with the Company except for those transactions disclosed on page 109 of Annual Report 2017. He has no conviction for offences within the past 5 years.

    LIM SAW IMM – Independent Non-Executive Director


    Ms Lim Saw Imm (Malaysian, age 61) joined the Board of GLBHD on 31 March 2017. She also serves GLBHD as a member of the Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee.
    Ms Lim is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, and a member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysian and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.

    Ms Lim has been with a leading accounting firm for more than 34 years with 18 years as a corporate tax partner. During her tenure with the firm, amongst her other responsibilities include overseeing its corporate services outsourcing division and assuming the role of Tax Risk Management Partner.

    She has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company. There is no conflict of interest with the Company. Within the past 5 years, she has no conviction for offences.

     

    TANG WEIHANN – (Alternate Director to Mr Oh Kim Sun)


    Mr Tang Weihann (Malaysian, age 31) joined the Board of GLBHD as an Alternate Director to Mr Oh Kim Sun on 23 January 2017.
    He is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“MICPA”) and Certified Public Accountants Australia.
    He graduated from Monash University in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in both accounting and finance.

    He has more than 8 years’ experience in financial sector. He began his career with Messrs Ernst & Young Malaysia covered clientele from plantations, oil and gas and retail industries, subsequently he joined RHB Investment Bank Berhad, in-charge of mergers & acquisitions, valuation and financial advisory assignments and participated in Kulim (Malaysia) Berhad divestment in New Britain Palm Oil Limited.

    He is a major shareholder of GLBHD by virtue of his deemed interest in Tang & Co Sdn Bhd, Agrobulk Holdings Sdn Bhd and Agromate Holdings Sdn Bhd.
    He has no family relationship with any other directors or substantial shareholders of the Company.

    There is no conflict of interests with the Company except for those transactions disclosed on page 109 of Annual Report 2017. Within the past 5 years, he has no convictions for offences.

     

PLANTATION


Overview

Golden Land Berhad (GLB) currently possesses location permits land bank of approximately 73,205 hectares and are in the process of acquiring the Right to Cultivate (Hak Guna Usaha) status for the total arable land. The Company aims to plant 18,000 hectares by 2020 in East and South Kalimantan.

GLB is committed towards upholding high standards of corporate social responsibility. Once the oil palm estates have established, the Company’s subsidiaries in Indonesia will start the process of obtaining ISPO (Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil) certification. The first application should be underway by late 2018 or early 2019.


Giving Back To The Community

The Company is dedicated towards efforts of preserving the biodiversity and ecological harmony of the lands they operate, besides creating employment opportunities to develop the local economy for indigenous communities.

The Inti-Plasma Partnership Programme is a CSR initiative which allows locals to develop a percentage of the plantation land subsequently rewarding them with their share of profits accordingly.

The Inti-Plasma Partnership Programme ensures that a fair percentage of the plantation proceeds is channelled towards developing a sustainable economy for the local community.

HR & Quality Compliance

The GLB believes that quality human resource management is the pivotal part of the plantation business. Initiatives such as Audit, Training and Advisory System was established to ensure all aspects of plantation operation are in compliance with Standard Operating Procedures, bridging the competency gaps of the plantation management team and promoting good agricultural practices


The company’s Risk Mitigation & Compliance Monitoring Framework (RMCM) seeks to manage and mitigate the risks associated with the industry and country the Group operates in, and ensure compliance of the Group’s policies and the prevailing laws of the local authorities.

With the Framework, the senior management, operational managers and employees are better equipped to understand and effectively manage risks. This ensures that all employees are aware of the importance of compliance with company policies and prevailing laws and regulations.

The Future is Bright

The Oil Palm Plantation business sector is expected to contribute positively to the Group’s revenue in the foreseeable future, once the target to plant 18,000 hectares of immature and mature plantations is achieved by 2020. The prospects of the Group’s oil palm business are linked to, amongst others, the increasing demand for food and biodiesel, robust growth of major world economies such as China and India, favourable weather patterns and availability of labour. The Group foresees continued bright prospects for the oil palm industry in the years to come.

The company’s long-term vision is to grow its Indonesian plantation land bank to a total of 50,000 hectares, while contributing to sustainable development of the local community’s economy.


OUR OPERATION

GLB

CONTACT US

 

Address:

Registered Office

A-09-03 Empire Tower,
Empire Subang, Jalan SS16/1,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor. 
Tel: +6 03 5611 8844 and +6 03 5612 8700
Fax: +6 03 5611 8600

Email

mail@glbhd.com

 

Our Values

OUR VALUES

ROWTH CONTINUITY

  • We will strive with our utmost effort and initiative for a sustainable and consistent progress through consistent maximizing the utilization of resources
  • We will strive to develop our people’s competency, capability and knowledge to attain corporate goal
  • EAL COMMITMENT

  • We will be accountable & responsible for all activities performed
  • We will give our best to achieve the best
  • FFICIENT & EFFECTIVE

  • We will strive to continuously improve what we are doing to accomplish our mission
  • We will provide the best result in a timely manner
  • CT WITH INTEGRITY

  • We will conduct ourselves professionally & ethically with sincerity, honesty & discipline
  • EAMWORK

  • We will act with positive attitudes towards each other to create togetherness
  • We will achieve team synergy respect, trust, care for each other and focus our energy to accomplish our common goals.
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    OMMITTED TO QUALITY

  • We are committed to our work and people who utilize our products and services
  • TTENTIVE TO DETAILS

  • We are attentive to the things that matter, to the little things that make your own personal space
  • ELIABLE TO THE COMMUNITY

  • We care about our reliability as a developer and ensure our projects completed in a timely manner and to a proper standard
  • NGAGING TO EVERYONE

  • We strive to engage everyone of our people to ensure we are doing the best we can
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    Date of Incorporation
    3rd May 1994 in Malaysia

    Stock Exchange Listing
    Main Board, Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad

    Auditors
    BDO, Level 8, BDO@Menara CenTara
    360, Jalan Tungku Abdul Rahman
    50100 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel : 03-2616 2888
    Fax : 03-2616 3190

    Principle Bankers
    Hong Leong Bank Berhad
    RHB Bank Berhad
    OCBC Bank (M) Berhad

    Registrar
    Securities Services (Holdings) Sdn Bhd
    Level 7, Menara Milenium
    Jalan Damanlela
    Pusat Bandar Damansara
    Damansara Heights
    50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Tel : 03-2084 9000
    Fax : 03-2094 9940

    Share Pricing

    The latest trading information on Golden Land Berhad can be viewed at The Star newspaper's online stock quotation. 


    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Corporate Information

     

    Board of Directors

    Audit Committee


    • Beh Sui Loon 
      - Chairman / Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Oh Kim Sun 
      - Non Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Tan Teck Kiong 
      - Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Lim Saw Imm 
      - Independent Non - Executive Director


    Nomination Committee


    • Beh Sui Loon 
      - Chairman / Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Tan Teck Kiong 
      - Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Lim Saw Imm 
      - Independent Non - Executive Director


    Remuneration Committee


    • Beh Sui Loon
      - Chairman / Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Tan Teck Kiong
      - Independent Non - Executive Director

    • Lim Saw Imm 
      - Independent Non- Executive Director

    SecretarY


    • Voo Yin Ling 
      (MAICSA 7016194)

     

    Date of Incorporation 
    3rd May 1994 in Malaysia

    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Corporate Governance

     

    Audit Committee's Report

    Board Charter

    Diversity Policy

    Code of Conduct and Business Ethics

    Personal Data Protection Policy for Shareholders

    Policy on Nomination and Assessment Process of Board Members

    Statement on Corporate Governance

    Strategies to Promote Sustainability

    Summary of Key Matters Discussed at AGM

    Terms of Reference of Audit Committee

    Terms of Reference of Nomination Committee

    Terms of Reference of Remuneration Committee

    Whistleblowing Policy

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    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Board Charter

  • OBJECTIVES - (First adopted on 26 August 2013 and revised on 6 December 2017)

    This charter is intended as a tool to assist the Directors in fulfilling their responsibilities as Board members. The objectives of this Board Charter are to ensure that all Board members acting on behalf of the Company are aware of their duties and responsibilities as Board members and the various legislations and regulations affecting their conduct and that the principles and practices of good Corporate Governance are applied in all their dealings in respect, and on behalf of, the Company.

     

  • THE BOARD


    1.1 COMPOSITION

    The Constitution of the Company provides for a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 directors. The Board must ensure that at least half of the Board comprises Independent Directors. In the event of any vacancy in the Board of Directors, resulting in non-compliance with the Listing Requirement of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, the Company must fill the vacancy within 3 months. The composition and size of the Board are reviewed from time to time to ensure its appropriateness.

    The Board shall appoint a Senior Independent Director (SID) who will also act as a sounding board for the Chairman, intermediary for other directors where necessary and the point of contact for shareholders and other stakeholders.


    The Chairman shall be appointed from amongst the Directors as approved by the Board of Directors.  

    Annual assessments on the Executive Directors, Independent Directors, and the Board as a whole are undertaken to ensure that the composition of the mix of skills, experience and competencies of the Directors are adequate to support the needs of the Group. Any Board expansion would be in tandem with the Group’s expansion needs

    1.2 INDEPENDENCE OF DIRECTOR

    The Board undertakes an assessment of its Independent Directors annually to assess the independence of the Directors by taking into consideration of their background, economic, family relationship and disclosed interests and considers whether the Independent Directors can continue to bring independent and objective judgment to Board deliberation.

    The tenure of an Independent Director should not exceed a cumulative term of 9 years. Upon completion of 9 years, an Independent Director may continue to serve on the Board subject to the Director’s re-designation as Non-Independent Director. If the Independent Director has served for 9 years or more, the Board must justify and seek shareholders’ approval in the event the said Director is retained as an Independent Director.

    If the Board seeks to retain an Independent Director after a 12-year tenure, the Board should provide justification and seek annual shareholders’ approval through a two-tier voting process.

    1.3 APPOINTMENT AND RE-ELECTION

    Board appointments are effected through the Nomination Committee, which shall be is responsible for making recommendations to the Board on all new Board and Board Committees appointments based on a formalized transparent procedure. In making these recommendations, the Nomination Committee will consider the required mix of skills, experience and diversity, including gender, where appropriate

    The Board recognizes the important of boardroom diversity. The Company's approach to ensure Board diversity include:-

    1. Recruiting from a diverse pool of candidates for the position of Director

    2. Reviewing succession plans to ensure an appropriate focus on diversity

    3. Engage professional consultants to assist in the hiring process by presenting diverse candidates to the Company for consideration.

    4. Developing programs to develop a broader pool of skilled and experienced board candidates.

    5. Promoting gender diversity by encouraging and supporting women's participating on the Board.

      The Constitution of the Company provides that every newly appointed Director will be subjected to re-election at the immediate Annual General Meeting (“AGM”). Further, 1/3 of the Board shall retire from office and be eligible for re-election at every AGM, and all the Directors shall submit themselves for re-election at least once in every 3 years

      1.4 NEW DIRECTORSHIP

      A director must not hold more than 5 directorships in listed corporation. All Board members shall notify the Chairman of the Board or the Company Secretary before accepting any new directorship. The notification shall include an indication of time that will be spent on the new appointment.

      The Chairman shall also notify the Board if he has any new directorship or significant commitments outside the Company


  • ROLE OF THE BOARD


    2.1 DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Reviewing and adopting a strategic plan for the Group including addressing the Group’s business strategies on promoting sustainability and setting of goals.

    2. Overseeing the conduct of the Group’s business and operations, and evaluate whether its businesses are being properly managed,

    3. Identifying and understand principal risks and ensuring the implementation of appropriate internal controls and mitigation measures to address such risks,

    4. Establish and oversee a succession planning programme for the Company and the Group including remuneration policy thereof,

    5. Overseeing the development and implementation of a shareholder communications policy for the Group to enable effective communication with the stakeholders,

    6. Reviewing the adequacy and the integrity of the financial and non-financial reporting, management information and internal controls system of the Group,

    7. Ensure that there is a sound framework for internal control and risk management,

    8. Promote good governance culture within the Company which reinforce ethical, prudent and professional behavior,

    9. Supervise and assess management performance to determine whether the business is being properly managed,

    10. Review, challenge, discuss and decide on the management’s proposal for the Company, and monitor its implementation by the management,

    11. Ensure that senior management has the necessary skills and experience to manage the Company.


    2.2 MATTERS RESERVED FOR THE BOARD

    1. Responsibility for the overall direction of the Group

    2. Approval of the Group's long term objectives and strategy, policies and annual budgets

    3. Oversight of the Group’s operations and management including the extension of Group’s activities into new business areas and to cease to operate all or any material part of the Group’s business.

    4. Review of performance in the light of the Group’s strategy, objectives, business plans and budgets and ensuring that any necessary corrective action is taken.

    5. Changes relating to the Group’s capital structure, corporate structure, management and control structure.

    6. Approval of major capital projects, investments or contracts


    2.3 CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

    The role of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) are distinct and separate to ensure there is a balance of power and authority with no domination, the separation of the positions promotes accountability and facilitates division of responsibilities between them. The Chairman must be a non-executive member of the board preferable an Independent Director, the Board must comprise a majority of Independent Directors where the Chairman of the Board is not an Independent Director.

    The Chairman is responsible for leadership of the Board. In particular:

    1. to lead the Board and ensuring its effectiveness of all aspect of its role.
    2. setting the Board agenda and ensuring Board members receive complete and accurate information in a timely manner;
    3. to lead and ensure efficient and effective conduct of the Board Meetings;
    4. to encourage active participation and allowing dissenting views to be freely expressed;
    5. to ensure effective communication with shareholders and relevant stakeholders to ensure their views are communicated to the Board as a whole;
    6. to facilitate the effective contribution of all Directors at Board meetings;
    7. to ensure the efficient organization and conduct of the Board’s function and meetings;
    8. to commit time necessary to discharge effectively his role as Chairman;
    9. to promote constructive and respectful relations between Directors, and between the Board and Management; and
    10. to lead the Board in establishing and monitoring good corporate governance practices in the Company.


    The CEO is responsible for leadership of the business and managing it within the authorities delegated by the Board. In particular:-

    1. to provide effective leadership to the Group and is responsible for ensuring high management competency and that an effective management succession plan is in place to sustain continuity of operations;
    2. to develop and implement corporate strategies and ensure that agreed strategies are reflected in the business;
    3. to supervise Heads of Divisions and Departments who are responsible for all functions contributing to the success of the Group; and
    4. to assess business opportunities which are of potential benefit to the Group.

    2.4 BOARD COMMITTEES

    The Board may from time to time establish Committees as it considers necessary or appropriate to assist it in carrying out its responsibilities. The members of the Committees must be appointed from amongst the members of the Board and the Board must ensure that Chairman of Audit Committee and the Board must not be assumed by the same person.

    The Board delegates certain functions to the following Committees to assist in the execution of its responsibilities:-

    1. Audit Committee
    2. Nomination Committee
    3. Remuneration Committee
    4. Other Board Sub-Committees

              
    The powers delegated to these Committees are set out in the Terms of Reference of each of the Committees as approved by the Board.

    The Board may also delegate specific functions to ad hoc committees as and when required.


    2.5 BOARD MEETINGS

    The Board shall conduct at least 5 scheduled meetings annually with additional meetings to be convened as and when necessary. Any Board member may call further meetings, if required. The quorum of the Board and Board Committee meetings shall be 2 members present at the meeting with at least one of whom is an Independent Director.

    Procedures have been established concerning the content, presentation and timely delivery of papers, which is at least 5 business days in advance for each Board and Board Committee meeting as well as for matters arising from meetings to ensure Directors are well informed and have the opportunity to seek additional information, and are able to obtain further clarification, should such a need arise. Where necessary, the services of other senior management or external consultants will be arranged to brief and help the Directors clear any doubt or concern. Board members must be fully prepared for Board meetings to be able to provide appropriate and constructive input on matters for discussion and decisions.

    Board members must also attend all scheduled meetings of the Board, including meetings called on an ad-hoc basis for special matters unless prior apology, with reasons, has been submitted to the Chairman or Company Secretary. If the Chairman of the Board is absent             from a meeting, the Directors present must elect 1 of the Directors present to act as Chairman.

    Each Board member is required to fulfill 50% attendance for the Board meetings, including additional meetings to be convened as and when necessary. 

    The Company Secretary is the secretary to the Board and shall be in attendance and shall record the proceedings of all meetings. The minutes must accurately reflect the deliberations and decisions of the Board, including any director abstained from voting   or deliberating on a particular matter. The minutes must be completed within 6 weeks after the meeting and circulated to the Chairman and members of the Board for review thereof. The minutes must be formally approved by the Board at its next scheduled meeting. The roles of    the Company Secretary also include but are not limited to the following:-

    The Board delegates certain functions to the following Committees to assist in the execution of its responsibilities:-

    1. Advise the Board on its roles and responsibilities and corporate disclosures and compliance with company and security regulations and listing requirements;
    2. Assist the Board in applying governance practices and monitor corporate governance developments;
    3. Facilitate the orientation of new directors and assists in director training and development
    4. Other Board Sub-Committees
    5. Manage Board and Committee meetings and facilitate Board communication;
    6. Manage general meetings
    7. Ensure a communication medium with stakeholders is well maintained


    2.6 DIRECTORS' TRAINING & CONTINUING EDUCATION

    In addition to the Mandatory Accreditation Programme (“MAP”) as required by Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, Board members are also encouraged to attend training programmes which are relevant to the Group’s operations and business to continue to update their knowledge and enhance their skills.

    The Nomination Committee will continue to evaluate and determine its training needs to enable them to effectively discharge duties and sustain active participation in the Board’s deliberations.

    The Nomination Committee will also ensure that an induction programme is arranged. The newly appointed Director will receive information about the Group, the formal statement of the Board’s role, the powers which have been delegated to the Company’s senior managers and management committees and latest financial about the Group


  • 3. DIRECTORS' REMUNERATION

    The Board believes that remuneration should be on par or higher than market benchmark in order to attract, retain and motivate Directors with the necessary caliber, expertise and experience to ensure success for the Company. In line with this philosophy, remuneration for the Executive Directors is aligned to individual and corporate performance. For Non-Executive Directors, the fees are commensurate with the level of experience and responsibilities shouldered by the respective Director.

    The Remuneration Committee recommends the policy framework and is responsible for assessing the compensation package for the Executive Directors. The Remuneration of the Executive Directors consists of salary, bonus and benefits-in-kind.

    Remuneration for Non-Executive Directors is determined by the Board as a whole, with individual Director abstaining from discussion of their own remuneration. The Board, subject to a maximum sum as authorised by the Company’s shareholders, determines fees payable to Non-Executive Directors. Non-Executive Directors also entitled to meeting allowances and reimbursement of expenses incurred in the course of their duties as Directors.

    The Board should also ensure that the remuneration and incentives for Independent Directors do not conflict with their obligation to bring objectivity and independent judgment on matters discussed at board meetings.

    4. COMPANY SECRETARY


    The Company Secretary plays an important advisory role and also in supporting the Board by ensuring adherence to Board policies and procedures, compliance with the company and securities regulations, listing requirements and corporate disclosure. The Company Secretary advises the Board on its duties and the appropriate requirements and procedures to be complied including the management of its meetings. Therefore, the Board recognizes that the Board must be supported by a suitably qualified and competent Company Secretary

    5. MANAGEMENT TEAM

    The Board shall monitor the management team of the Company. The roles of the management team include, but are not limited to the following:-

    1. Provide information and management support to the CEO in strategy formulation and overall monitoring of the operations
    2. Advocate proper dissemination of the policies, procedures and best practices including policy oversight;
    3. Regular review of the operational and financial management information;
    4. Regular review of regulatory and internal policy and procedures compliance status and issues;
    5. Implement and review of the Limit of Authority as approved by the Board.



    6. ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND INDEPENDENT ADVICE

     In order for the Board to discharge its stewardship responsibilities efficiently, the Board has unrestricted access to information required, regular and ad-hoc reports are provided to all Directors to ensure that they are updated on key strategic, financial, operational, legal, regulatory, corporate and social responsibility matters in a timely manner to enable them to make meaningful decision. The Directors, collectively and individually, may take independent professional advice at the Group’s expense, in furtherance of their duties.

    Procedures to access to independent professional advice:-

      • Board discussion on the matter to identify the need to seek independent professional advice and Board’s approval must be obtained.
      • Request quotation from Independent Advisor in the event fees will be charged.
      • Chief Executive Officer’s approval on the fees to be charged on the independent professional advisory services.



      7. INVESTOR RELATIONS AND SHAREHOLDERS COMMUNICATION

      The Company recognizes the importance of being accountable to its investors and as such has maintained an active and constructive communication policy that enables the Board and management to communicate effectively with its investors, stakeholders and the public generally. The various channels of communications are through the quarterly announcements on financial results to Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, relevant announcements and circulars, AGM and through its website www.glbhd.com where shareholders have access to the corporate information, financial information, share prices and principal activities.

      The Board views the AGM as the primary forum to communicate with shareholders. At the Company’s AGM, shareholders are encouraged to ask questions and express their views about the Company’s business and financial issues. The Board also encourages other channels of communication with shareholders. For this purpose, the Board has identified the Senior Independent Director to whom queries or concern regarding the Group may be conveyed or shareholders can also send in queries or concern regarding the Group via the “Contact Us” option in the Company’s website


      8. CODE OF CONDUCT AND BUSINESS ETHICS

      The Group Code of Conduct and Business Ethics (“the Code”) applies to all Directors, Management and employees of the Group. The Code was formulated to promote ethical conduct of Directors and employees as well as to enhance the standard of corporate governance in the Company.

      9. REVIEW OF THE BOARD CHARTER

       The Board Charter will be periodically reviewed and updated in accordance with the needs of the Company and any new regulations that may have an impact on the discharge of the Board’s responsibilities.

      A copy of the Board Charter is available on the Company’s website at www.glbhd.com.


    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Code of Conduct and Business Ethics

    Code of Conduct for Directors of Golden Land Berhad Group of Companies (First adopted on 26 August 2013 and revised on 6 December 2017)

    Golden Land Berhad Group of Companies (“the Group”) establish a Code of Conduct and Business Ethics (“the Code”) to guide actions and behaviours of all Directors and Employees of the Company. The Code is formulated to promote ethical conduct of Directors, management and employees in all their dealings with the stakeholders, as well as to enhance the standard of corporate governance within the Group. The Code is not intended to and does not create any rights in any director, officer, employee, client, supplier, competitor, shareholder or any other person or entity.

    The Code covers the following:-

    (a)

    Act honestly, in good faith and in the best interest of the Group;

    (b)

    Use due care and diligence in fulfilling duties and responsibilities;

    (c)

    Recognise that the primary responsibility is to the Company’s shareholders as a whole but should, where appropriate, have regard for the interests of all stakeholders of the Group;

    (d)

    Do not make improper use of confidential information acquired as a Director or employee for personal advantage or the advantage of other entity or that would be detrimental to the Group’s interest;

    (e)

    Must not engage in sexual harassment, or act in a way that could be construed as such, for example, by using inappropriate language, keeping or posting inappropriate materials in their work area, or accessing inappropriate materials on their computer.

    (f)

    Must not make or engage in any false record or communication of any kind, whether internal or external, including but not limited to false expense, attendance, production, financial, or similar reports and statements, false advertising, deceptive marketing practices, or other misleading representations;

    (g)

    Avoid acquiring any business interest or participating in any other activity outside the Company that would, or would appear to create an excessive demand upon its time and attention, thus depriving the Company of their best efforts on the job.

    (h)

    Avoid creating a conflict of interest, an obligation, interest, or distraction that may interfere with the independent exercise of judgment in the Group’s best interest.

    (i)

    Conduct in a professional, courteous and respectful manner and not take improper advantage of position given in a Company;

    (j)

    Shall not be influenced by receiving favours nor shall they try to improperly influence others by providing favours;

    (k)

    Shall not accept gifts, benefits or entertainment from third party containing excessive value that would constitute a violation of laws or that could affect, or appear to affect, the professional judgement or create the impression of improperly influencing the respective business relationship;

    (l)

    In a business relationship, no employee should directly or indirectly, accept from any third party any kind of bribes, kickbacks or any other unlawful or unethical benefit that might be seen to be an activity or behaviour that could give rise to the appearance or suspicion of such conduct or the attempt thereof;

    (m)

    Act in a manner to enhance and maintain the reputation of the Group. Drinking, gambling, fighting, swearing, and similar unprofessional activities are strictly prohibited while on the job;

    (n)

    Help create and maintain a culture of high ethical standards and commitment to compliance. A Whistleblowing Policy was adopted to ensure there is a medium to raise concerns regarding actual or suspected contravention of the Company’s ethical standards without fear of reprisal.

    (o)

    Group’s assets must be protected and used efficiently. The Group’s asset must not be used without prior authorisation. As for the Directors, Company’s time, employees, or other assets must not be used for personal benefit without prior authorisation from the Board or as part of a compensation or expense reimbursement program available to all directors.

    (p)

    Promotes ethical behavior by:-
    i)      encouraging employees to talk to supervisors, managers and other           appropriate personnel when in doubt about the best course of action in a particular situation;
    ii)     encouraging employees to report violations of laws, rules, regulations to   appropriate personnel; and
    iii)   informing employees that retaliation for reports made in good faith is not          allowed.

    (q)

    Deal fairly with the Stakeholders. No individual should take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation of material facts, or other sharp practices. The Group prohibits improper solicitation, bribery and other corrupt activity not only by employees, the management and directors but also by third parties performing work or services for or on behalf of the Group.

    The following shall govern only the Directors:-


    (a)

    Disclose any personal interest regarding any matters that may come before the Board and abstain from discussion, voting or otherwise influencing a decision on any matter in which the concerned Director has or may have such an interest;

    (b)

    Deal fairly with all the stakeholders;

    (c)

    Confidential information received by a Director in the course of the exercise of their duties as a Director of the Company remains the property of the Company and it is improper to disclose it, or allow it to be disclosed, unless that disclosure has been authorised by the Company, or the person from whom the information is provided, or is required by law;

    (d)

    Abstain from discussion, voting or otherwise influencing a decision on any matters that may come before the Board in which you may have conflict or potential conflict of interest;

    (e)

    Act independently without allowing independent judgement to be subordinated; and

    (f)

    Respect the confidentiality of information relating to the affairs of the Group acquired in the course of your service as Director, except when authorised or legally required to disclose such information.

    All Directors, management and employees are held accountable for the full compliance with this Code with respect to any issues within his control. Sanctions for a breach of this Code shall be determined by the Board of Directors of the Company. Sanctions may include serious disciplinary action, removal from office (for Directors) and dismissal as well as other remedies, all to the extent permitted by law and as appropriate under the circumstances.

    No waiver of any provision of this Code shall be valid to Directors unless provided in writing by the Chairman of the Board of Directors and with the prior approval of the Board of Directors.

    In this Code words importing the masculine shall include the feminine and words importing the singular shall include the plural or vice versa.

    The provisions of this Code can be amended and supplemented from time to time by resolution of the Board of Directors of the Company

     


    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Promote Sustainabllity of Business

     

    Golden Land Berhad is a responsible corporate citizen that strives to conduct its business in a sustainable manner whilst taking care of the interest of the stakeholders. We recognize the importance of good environmental practices and make every effort to ensure that economic and social developments are in harmony with the environment. 

    The Company is committed to conduct our businesses in the ways that are consistent with our established 5 Core Values through Team Operating Principals:- 

      • Growth Continuity

        We will strive with our utmost effort and initiative for a sustainable and consistent progress through maximizing the utilization of resources.
        We will strive to develop our people’s competency, capability and knowledge to attain corporate goal.

        • Real Commitment

          We will be accountable and responsible for all activities performed. We will give our best to achieve the best.
          • Efficient and Effective

            We will strive to continuously improve what we are doing to accomplish our mission. We will provide the best result in a timely manner.
            • Act With Integrity

              We will conduct ourselves professionally and ethically with sincerity, honesty and discipline. 

            • Teamwork

              We will act with positive attitudes towards each other to create togetherness. 
              We will achieve team synergy through respect, trust, care for each other and focus our energy to accomplish our common goals

            FOCUS AREAS OF OUR SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY

            ENVIRONMENTAL CARE


            The Group continues to implement good environmental practices in tandem with the carrying out their daily operations. The Group works towards this through the following efforts:

            • Engage consultant to conduct Environmental Impact Assessment and ensure compliance with significant new plantation development and the new establishment of oil mill.

             

            • Ensure compliance with the Government's environmental legislation such as stack emission, effluent treatment quality, etc

             

            • Establishing Riparian Reserves

             

            • Zero burning in land development

             

            • Establishing legume cover crops immediately after land clearing to minimize top soil erosion

             

            • Recycling of empty fruit bunches to the estates


            We expose our employees in the protection of the environment and encourage them to meet high sustainability standards. We also continue to minimize the impact in the office environment by reducing consumption of energy, water and paper.

            EMPLOYEE WELFARE

            Our personnel are the main driving force behind our growth and operational success. The Company continues to develop on the foundation of strong leadership, spirit as well as a culture of hard work, passion and perseverance. These core values are enhanced with both formal and on the job training to ensure that all employees are equipped with the right set of skills and competencies. 

            The Company recognizes that to achieve higher level of productivity, it is crucial that the living conditions on the plantations are adequate and appropriate. The Company provides comfortable housing infrastructure and provision of amenities with clean running water and electricity supply.

            The Group is committed to provide equal opportunities to all job applicants and employees with equal treatment regardless of race, ethnic, religion, gender, marital status or age.

            Yearly event such as Annual Dinner and various outdoor activities were held to promote employees togetherness and foster stronger relationship within the Company.


            OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH AT THE WORK SITE

            The emphasis on quality, safety and health remains a key priority of the Group. It is the policy of the Company to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees and protect others who may be affected by its activities. The Company's safety and health programmes include providing training through demonstration and talks amongst all employees in order to raise awareness on safety and health issues. 

            The Group employs a qualified Safety Officer to carry out periodical audits, advisories and trainings on safety and health practices in all operating units. All employees involved in works with potential hazards, such as sprayers and mill operators are equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment.

            SOCIAL CONTRIBUTION

            As a responsible corporate citizen, the Group provided donations/sponsorships to school, education care programmes, charitable organization and local communities throughout the financial year. 

            The contribution can be in the form of cash or in-kind and being budgeted an allocation sum for this purpose every year.


            GOLDEN LAND BERHAD OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

            It is the policy of GOLDEN LAND BERHAD to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees and protect others who may be affected by its activities. 

            The management and staff of GOLDEN LAND BERHAD will work together to achieve the aims and objectives of this policy through discussion, negotiation and cooperation.
            Specifically, GOLDEN LAND BERHAD policy comprises the following objectives:

            • To prepare and preserve a workplace with a safe and healthy working system.

             

            • To ensure that all staff is provided with the relevant information, instruction, training and supervision regarding methods to carry out their duties in a safe manner and without causing any risk to health.

             

            • To investigate all accidents, diseases, poisonous and/or dangerous occurrences, and to have action to ensure that these occurrences will not be repeated.

             

            • To comply with all requirements of legislations related to safety and health as well as regulations and codes of practice which have been approved.

             

            • To provide basic welfare facilities to all employees.

             

            • To revise and improve on this policy whenever necessary.

             

            GOLDEN LAND BERHAD is definite that safety and health must be an integral part of its daily activities, and that the proper practice of safe and healthy working procedures would be the main factor in achieving the success of our mission.

             


    INVESTOR RELATIONS - Personal Data Protection policy

    Personal Data Protection Policy For Shareholders

    We, Golden Land Berhad and our subsidiaries (“GLBHD” or “data user”), respect the privacy of all individuals. In view of the Personal Data Protection Act, 2010 (“the Act”) that is passed by the Malaysian Government to regulate personal data, to comply with the Act, we are responsible to ensure that the personal data is protected.

    For this reason, GLBHD has adopted this Personal Data Protection Policy in compliance with the Act.

    Definitions  
    Data Subject

    Means an individual who is the subject of the personal data.

    Personal data

    Means any information that relates directly or indirectly to a data subject, who is identified or identifiable from that information or from that and other information in the possession of a data user, including any sensitive personal data and expression of opinion about the data subject; but does not include any information that is processed for the purpose of a credit reporting business carried on by a credit reporting agency under the Credit Reporting Agencies Act 2010.

    Processing

    Means collecting, recording, holding or storing the personal data or carrying out any operation or set of operations on the personal data, including—

     
    • the organization, adaptation or alteration of personal data;
    • the retrieval, consultation or use of personal data;
    • the disclosure of personal data by transmission, transfer, dissemination or otherwise making available; or
    • the alignment, combination, correction, erasure or destruction of personal data.

     

    1. SOURCE OF PERSONAL DATA

    2. Personal Data is or will be collected from information provided by shareholders, including but not limited to, postal, fax, telephone, and email communications with or from shareholders, and information provided by third parties, including but not limited to, Bursa Malaysia Berhad, registrar, stockbrokers and remisier.


    3. TYPE OF PERSONAL DATA

    4. The personal data that GLBHD collects include but not limited to name, NRIC number and correspondence address.


    5. PURPOSES OF PROCESSING

    6. GLBHD process personal data for the following purposes:-

      • Internal record keeping;

      • For internal shareholders' analysis;

      • The registration and management of shareholding in GLBHD;

      • To provide information to shareholders, including annual reports, circulars, notices and other relevant documents (if any); and

      • To comply with any legal, statutory and/or regulatory requirements.


    7. CONSENT

    8. GLBHD is not responsible to get consent from the data subject to process the personal data. The data subject, by filling in the personal data in the various forms pertaining to the opening of CDS account for the purpose of shares trading, has given the consent to GLBHD to process the personal data for the purpose and/or for any other purpose related to the purpose.

      GLBHD will only process Personal Data if –

      1. The personal data is processed for a lawful purpose directly related to an activity of GLBHD.

      2. The processing of the personal data is necessary for or directly related to that purpose.

      3. The personal data is adequate but not excessive in relation to that purpose.


    9. DISCLOSURE

    10. Personal data will be kept confidential but may be disclosed as follows:-

      1. To the share registrar(s) appointed by GLBHD to manage the registration of shareholders;

      2. To the regulatory, enforcement and other relevant legal authorities;

      3. For the purpose for which the personal data was to be disclosed at the time of collection of the personal data and any purpose directly related to that purpose.


    11. SECURITY

    12. GLBHD and its employees must ensure that appropriate security measures are taken against unlawful or unauthorized processing of personal data, and against the accidental loss of, or damage to, personal data.

      Security procedures to be put in place within GLBHD include:

      1. Secure workplace, lockable desks and cupboards. Desks and cupboards should be kept locked if they hold confidential information of any kind.

      2. Methods of disposal. Paper documents should be shredded. Floppy disks and CD-ROMs should be physically destroyed when they are no longer required.

      3. Equipment. Data users should ensure that individual monitors do not show confidential information to passers-by and that they log off from their PC when it is left unattended.

      Where processing of personal data is carried out by a data processor on behalf of GLBHD, GLBHD will ensure that the data processor provides sufficient guarantees in respect of the technical and organizational security measures governing the processing to be carried and takes reasonable steps to ensure compliance with those measures.


    13. RETENTION

    14. The personal data supplied to GLBHD will be retained by GLBHD as long as necessary for the fulfillment of that purpose.

      GLBHD will take reasonable steps to ensure that all personal data is destroyed or permanently deleted if it is no longer required for the purpose for which it was to be processed.


    15. DATA INTEGRITY

    16. The shareholders shall be responsible for ensuring that the personal data that provided to GLBHD is accurate, complete, not misleading and that such personal data is kept up-to-date.

      GLBHD will not be responsible for any personal data submitted by shareholders that is inaccurate, misleading, not up to date and incomplete.


    17. RIGHT OF ACCESS AND CORRECTION

    18. The shareholders may at any time after the submission of personal data, request the information relating to personal data by contacting the share registrar, Securities Services Holding Sdn Bhd if the shareholders wish to enquire about any aspect of share registration matters:

      Attention : Mr Wong Piang Yoong, Manager
      Tel No. : 03-20849000
      e-mail : Piang.Yoong.Wong@sshsb.com.my

      In addition, the shareholders may request for access to personal data by contacting their broker or alternatively Securities Services Holding Sdn Bhd as per the above if:

      • The shareholders require access to and/or wish to make corrections to personal data subject to compliance of such request for access or correction not being refused under the provisions of the Act and/or existing laws;

      • The shareholders wish to enquire about personal data.


    19. REVIEW OF THE POLICY

      The Personal Data Protection Policy for Shareholders has been adopted by the Board on 26 May 2015. The Personal Data Protection Policy will be periodically reviewed and updated in accordance with the needs of the Company and any new regulations that may have an impact on the discharge of the Board's responsibilities.



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