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Audit Committee

Basis of Audit Committee’s establishment

The Audit Committee is a committee established by the BoC to support the performance of BoC’s duties and functions in accordance with OJK Regulation No. 55/POJK.04/2015 of December 23, 2015 on the Formation and Implementation Guidelines for Audit Committee (“POJK 55”). 

Audit Committee Charter

The Audit Committee has the Audit Committee Charter as the guideline for carrying out duties and responsibilities. The Audit Committee Charter was last updated / refined in 2021. The Audit Committee Charter is available on the hyperlink attached click here .

Audit Committee’s duties and responsibilities

The Audit Committee is committed to complying with the Audit Committee Charter in carrying out their duties and functions in such a manner that consistently supports the BoC in accordance with the principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) and the applicable rules and regulations. 

As stipulated in the renewed Audit Committee Charter, the Audit Committee’s duties and responsibilities include:

  1. review of AEI’ financial information;
  2. dismissal and recommendation for the appointment of independent auditor and monitoring of their performance;
  3. review of Internal Audit Division’s audit results;
  4. internal control effectiveness;
  5. monitoring of AEI’s compliance with rules and regulations; and
  6. evaluation on the implementation of risk management.

Independency Statement

To maintain the independency, every member of the Audit Committee must fulfill the independency requirements as stipulated in the Audit Committee Charter, as follows:

  1. not an insider party to the Public Accounting Firm, Legal Consulting Firm, Public Appraiser Firm, or other parties which provide assurance services, appraisal services and/or other consultation services to the company within the last 6 (six) months.
  2. not a party working for or having the authority and responsibility to plan, lead, control, or supervise the company’s activities within the last 6 (six) months, except for the Independent Commissioners.
  3. not holding the company’s shares directly or indirectly. In the event that a member of Audit Committee receives the company’s shares directly or indirectly due to a legal event, the shares must be transferred to other parties at the latest within 6 (six) months after the shares are received.
  4. not having an affiliated relationship with any member of BoC, BoD, or major shareholders of the company.
  5. not having any business relationship which is directly or indirectly related to the company’s business activities.
  6. in the event that an Independent Commissioner is a member of the Audit Committee, such Independent Commissioner may only be reappointed to be a member of the Audit Committee for 1 (one) subsequent term of office.
  7. an Independent Commissioner who holds the position as the Audit Committee Chairperson may only hold a position as a chairperson at 1 (one) other committee.

The profiles of the Audit Committee’s chairman and members

Mohammad Effendi was appointed to be the Company’s Audit Committee Chairman based on the Board of Commissioners’ Decree of May 27th, 2019. More information on his qualifications is presented in the Board of Commissioners’ profiles.




61 years old as at December 31, 2023


Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia



  • Bachelor of Economics majoring in Accounting, Universitas Airlangga
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) majoring in General and Strategic Management from Institut Pengembangan Manajemen Indonesia (IPMI) affiliated with Harvard Business School (Boston-USA)
  • Master in Management majoring in Management Accounting from Universitas Indonesia
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Universitas Indonesia

Work experience

  • Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia
  • Member of the Honorary Board of Code of Ethics the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia
  • National Council Member of Institute of Indonesia Chartered Accountants (IAI)
  • Council Member of ASEAN Federation of Accountants (AFA)
  • Member of Membership Committee International Federation of Accountants (IFAC)
  • Member of Public Accountant Profession Committee
  • Member of Accountancy Monitoring Committee Indonesia
  • Vice Chairman of Executive Board of the Indonesian Institute for Corporate Directorship (IICD)
  • Independent Commissioner of PT Adi Sarana Armada, Tbk.
  • Independent Commissioner of PT Industri Jamu dan Farmasi Sido Muncul, Tbk
  • Audit Committee member of PT Astra International, Tbk
  • Audit Committee member of PT Astra Agro Lestari, Tbk.




67 years old as at December 31, 2023


Tangerang Selatan, Banten Province, Indonesia



  • School of Law from Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Washington College of Laws
  • Notary Program Faculty of Law from Universitas Indonesia

Work experience

  • Bank Indonesia, Department of Credit and International
  • Lawyer, Kartini Mulyadi & Liene Gunawan
  • Chief of Legal, Director, President Director, and a member of the Board of Commissioners at Astra Group
  • Member of the Audit Committee of PT Acset Indonusa Tbk
  • Commissioner of PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia
  • Commissioner at PT Makmur Sejahtera Wisesa
  • Director of PT Adaro Power
  • Member of Audit Committee of PT Adaro Minerals Indonesia Tbk

Remuneration and Nomination Function

The BoC has decided that the function of nomination and remuneration for the BoC and BoD shall be carried out by the BoC without establishing a committee of nomination and remuneration.

In the implementation, the BoC shall act independently by referring to the Guideline for the Nomination and Remuneration Function, which determines the associated duties and responsibilities of the BoC.

The roles carried out concerning nomination:

  1. determine the policy on the BoC’s and BoD’s compositions, criteria for the nomination process, and performance evaluation of the members of the BoC and BoD;
  2. assess the BoC’s and BoD’s performance based on the policies;
  3. determine the policies on the skill development program for BoC and BoD; and
  4. determine the candidates of the BoC and BoD members to be proposed to the GMS.

The roles carried out concerning remuneration:

  1. determine the policies on the remuneration structure, policies, and amount; and
  2. assess the BoC’s and BoD’s performance by referring to the remuneration received.

The complete guideline for the Nomination and Remuneration Function is provided at click here


Sustainability Management Committee

The Company has Sustainability Management Committee, which is tasked to support the implementation of the BoD’s duties. 

In 2023, the Sustainability Management Committee coordinated and supervised the development of NZE Statement, created the roadmap of carbon emission reduction and energy, reviewed recent ESG trends, studied the latest sustainability reporting framework, and supervised and reviewed the Sustainability Report


HSE Steering Committee

The Adaro Group has the following management standards as HSE management guidelines for the subsidiaries:

  1. Adaro OHS Management Standard
  2. Adaro Environmental Management Standards
  3. Adaro Energy Management Standard

In 2023, the Company added two technical guidelines: Pedoman Teknis Survei Tingkat Kematangan Keselamatan Kerja (Safety Maturity Level) dan Pedoman Teknis Pengelolaan Ergonomi, and revised several technical guidelines for IHOH and environmental aspects, namely:

  1. Technical Guideline for IHOH Standard
  2. Technical Guideline for Health Risk Assessment (HRA)
  3. Technical Guideline for IHOH Program
  4. Technical Guideline for Managing Work-related Health Problems
  5. Technical Guideline for Medical Emergency Response Plans
  6. Technical Guideline for Managing Fit to Work and Return to Work (RTW)
  7. Technical Guideline for Handling of Hazardous Materials


WBS Committee

WBS Committee is a committee formed with the scope of Adaro Group-wide, with members appointed by AEI’s Board of Directors. This committee was designed to receive, review, and follow up on (internally or externally) complaints from whistleblowers, whose identity would be kept confidential.

Corporate Secretary

As a public company, PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk (AEI) is required to have a Corporate Secretary function in accordance with the provision of the Financial Services Authority (OJK) Regulation No. 35/POJK.04/2014 on Corporate Secretary of Issuers or Public Companies. The Corporate Secretary has the duties and responsibilities to facilitate the communication among the company’s organs, plan and develop corporate governance policies, and ensure the company's effective communications with external individuals and institutions, including investors and other market participants, while taking account of the company’s code of conduct, governance principles, and values.

The Corporate Secretary reports to the Board of Directors and is appointed and dismissed by a BoD Decree. The appointment of the Corporate Secretary is a component of the GCG implementation. The Corporate Secretary is not allowed to hold any position at any other issuer or public company.





45 as at December 31st, 2023


  • Bachelor of Commerce in economics, strategic management, marketing, and finance from the University of New England, Australia (1996-1999)
  • Master of Economics in economics and finance from Macquarie University, Australia (2000-2001)

Career history

Legal basis of appointment

Direct appointment by the BoD on September 1st, 2014

Works Experience

  • Head of Corporate Secretary Division, PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk (2015 – now)
  • Head of ESG Division, PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk (2022 – now)
  • Head of Internal Audit Division, PT Adaro Energy Indonesia Tbk (2019 – 2022)
  • Head of Corporate Finance Department, PT Apexindo Pratama Duta Tbk (2008 – 2014)
  • Investor Relations, PT Apexindo Pratama Duta Tbk (2005 – 2008)   

In 2023, the Corporate Secretary fulfilled the duties and responsibilities by:

  1. presenting regular reports and information disclosures to the FSA and IDX in compliance with capital market rules and regulations;
  2. supporting the BoD in conducting AGMS, EGMS, and Annual Public Expose;
  3. overseeing the company’s shareholders registration and reporting the adjustments to the BoD and regulators;
  4. providing updates to the BoC and BoD on the company’s shares and other capital market matters;
  5. together with the Internal Audit Division, promoting GCG implementation in the company and identifies governance risks, including the company’s reputation risk;
  6. maintaining effective communications with the stakeholders, in particular with capital market regulatory bodies;
  7. ensuring that the company’s website is always updated and in compliance with capital market rules and regulations; and

developing and proposing the work plans, budget and performance indicators of Corporate Secretary Division to the relevant director. 

Internal Audit

The Internal Audit Function has carried out its duties in accordance with the Internal Audit Charter. The Board of Directors has given its full support to the internal audit activities and there were no restrictions on the scope and access for the Internal Audit Function.

In addition to complying with the Adaro Values and the Adaro Group’s Code of Conduct, the Internal Audit Function also adopts the Code of Conduct for internal audit profession issued by IIA. Each AEI’s internal auditor must read and understand the Code of Conduct 

The Internal Audit Function plays the role to provide an objective and independent assurance and consultancy services for AEI and its subsidiaries in the areas of governance, risk management and control, to add value and improve the company’s operations.

 For the full Internal Audit Charter, please click here.




44 as at December 31st, 2023


  • Bachelor of Business Administration – University of New Brunswick Canada (2000)

Career history

Legal basis of appointment

BoD’s Decree of August 4th, 2022

Work Experience

  • Internal Audit Director at PT MTN (2021-present)
  • Independent Commissioner at PT JACCS MPM Finance Indonesia (2019-present)
  • Audit Committee at PT Saratoga Investama Sedaya Tbk (2019-present)
  • Audit Committee at PT Indopoly Swakarsa Industry (2017-2020)
  • Group CFO at PT Indopoly Swakarsa Industry Tbk and Supernova Group (2015-2017)
  • Head of Internal Audit at PT Saratoga Investama Sedaya Tbk (2013-2015)
  • Senior Manager at PWC Indonesia (2006-2013)
  • Senior Consultant at EY Indonesia (2001-2005)

Duties and responsibilities

The Internal Audit Function’s duties and responsibilities, among others, include the following:

  1. develop flexible annual risk-based internal audit plans;
  2. implement the annual internal audit plans and conduct special audits whenever necessary;
  3. test and evaluate the implementation of internal control and risk management systems in accordance with company policies and applicable regulations;
  4. examine and assess the efficiency and effectiveness in all aspects, including finance, accounting, operations, human resources, marketing, information technology, and other activities;
  5. provide suggestions for improvement and objective information about the relevant activities examined at all levels of management;
  6. prepare an audit report and submit the report to the BoD, BoC, and the Audit Committee;
  7. monitor, analyze and report the implementation of the improvement actions recommended;
  8. collaborate with the Audit Committee;
  9. develop and implement the assurance and quality improvement program to evaluate the activities of the Internal Audit Function; and

coordinate with other assurance functions (such as Health Safety & Environment, Legal and Compliance, Risk Management, external auditor) to optimize the assurance on the process of governance, risk management, and control of the company.

Structure and position

The Internal Audit Function is independent and reports directly to the President Director. To maintain objectivity, internal auditors are not allowed to have duties and positions concurrent with the implementer of the operational activities of the company and subsidiaries.

In addition, internal auditors must sign the Statement of Conflict of Interest every year to ensure that they have no potential of conflict of interest in carrying out duties and responsibilities, and if there is any conflict of interest, the company will take the necessary measures to overcome the associated risk of conflict of interest.

Internal Audit Practices

The internal audit practices are carried out by referring to the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). The standards of internal audit works have been formalized into a Standard Operating Procedure of Internal Audit.

Use of Information Technology

To facilitate its activity, the Internal Audit function has been using information technology as needed, such as for working papers, internal audit portal for knowledge management, timesheets, corrective actions data base, and data analytics tools software.


Assurance Program and Quality Improvement

To ensure continuous improvement of its audit quality, the Internal Audit Function implements a quality assurance and improvement program that comprises:

  • conducting surveys to obtain feedback from the management;
  • performing self-assessment and peer review for each audit assignment to ensure compliance with the existing Internal Audit manual; and
  • conducting self-assessment on the compliance with FSA regulations and conformance with IIA Standards.

The result of quality assurance and improvement program is compiled and discussed every year to be included in our continuous improvement project for the following year. The quality assurance and improvement program has been performed regularly and produced positive results. The outcomes are reported to the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee on a regular basis.

Investor Relation

Investor Relations

The Investor Relations is responsible for building communications between the company and the shareholders at both local and international levels, by sharing the company’s business and financial performance, as well as corporate achievements. The information is expected to help analysts in building stories about the company and the investors in making investment decisions. The company believes that ongoing dialogues with the shareholders based on fact and transparency will create maximum shareholder value.

To ensure that the company’s messages and performance are well-communicated, Investor Relations releases several reports, such as the quarterly press releases, financial statements, financial press releases, and disclosure reports. Investor relations also communicate through several events, such as investor presentations, the public exposes, and the regular meetings with analysts and investors.


Environmental, Social, and Governance

AEI is committed to continuously strengthening the Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”) in each operational activity to maintain the practice of a good mining company and support the environmentally-friendly principles. One of the steps made to support this is the establishment of a division dedicated to ESG.

The ESG Division has the duties of formulating ESG planning and implementation plans, developing ESG policies and evaluating the comprehensive implementation of ESG programs, and identifying improvement opportunities. The ESG Division is also positioned as the coordinator for the associated divisions in implementing and improving AEI’s ESG performance. In line with the establishment of one of its pillars of growth, Adaro Green, AEI will focus on developing the plans to support the reduction of carbon emission and developing various new and renewable energy sources.

*This division is led by Mahardika Putranto, who reports directly to the Director.*

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