Danamon Wins Four Awards at the TOP GRC Awards 2022
Press Release / 24 October 2022
26 September 2022 – PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk (Danamon) recently won four awards at the prestigious TOP GRC 2022 event, for its commitment and achievements in the areas of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). The four awards are:
TOP GRC Awards 2022 - #4 Stars.
The Most Committed GRC Leader 2022 -
Yasushi Itagaki, President Director.
The High Performing Board of Commissioners
on GRC 2022; and.
The High Performing Corporate Secretary on
GRC 2022 - Rita Mirasari, Compliance Director.
The TOP GRC Award is an award given to
companies that are considered to have complete GRC Systems and Infrastructure and are successful in implementing
Good Corporate Governance (GCG), Risk Management, and Compliance Management to support sustainable business
growth, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The pandemic brought various challenges for
Danamon, but we held on steadfastly to the principles of GCG, Risk Management, and Compliance in running
Danamon's business and operations. This is part of our commitment to building a customer-centric and sustainable
organization," said Rita Mirasari, Compliance Director, PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk.
TOP GRC Awards is expected to be a
learning process and increase commitment to and implementation of GRC in companies in supporting sustainable
business growth, as well as contributing to national economic development. This year, the TOP GRC Awards
ceremony was held in Jakarta on 6 September 2022, where the award for Danamon was received by Enriko Sutarto as
Credit & Enterprise Risk Management Head and Lie Chen as Regulatory Compliance & Assurance Head.
Consistency in Implementing
GCG Principles, Risk Management and Compliance, supported by Strong Leadership, is Danamon's Key to
Developing a Sustainable Business
As the Main Entity in the MUFG Group Financial
Conglomerate in Indonesia, Danamon prepares and establishes an Integrated Governance Policy, which is the main
guideline in implementing governance across all Entities within the MUFG Group Financial Conglomerate in
Indonesia. This policy is based on the realization that the implementation of good GCG is no longer just a
necessity, but is the main foundation and basic need when carrying out business activities. The implementation
of GCG is based on solid integrity, so that GCG principles can be implemented at every level of the organization
and implemented in every activity Danamon carries out, in order to ensure that all operational activities can
run consistently and continuously.
The implementation of Danamon's Governance is
based on 5 (five) basic principles of Governance, namely Transparency, Accountability, Responsibility,
Independence and Fairness and Equality. These basic principles are grouped into a governance system consisting
of 3 (three) aspects, namely Governance Structure, the Governance Process and the Governance Outcome. Assessment
of activities, processes, policies and strategies is carried out regularly and continuously in order to be able
to obtain optimal implementation and effective control.
“This award shows that Danamon has a
strong quality of Risk Management and GCG implementation and can compete in the financial industry, both banking
and non-banking. Going forward, Danamon continues to be committed to always improving and strengthening the
principles of corporate governance, risk management, and a culture of compliance at all stages of the company's
operational activities," concluded Rita.
The TOP GRC Awards is a prestigious award event
participated by various well-known companies from various industrial sectors such as financial services, oil and
gas, construction, transportation and more. This event is held annually by Top Business magazine in
collaboration with the Indonesian GRC Association, the Indonesia Risk Management Professional Association
(IRMAPA), the Indonesian Compliance Professional Institute (ICoPI), and the Indonesian Governance Professional
Association (PaGi), and is supported by several business consulting companies and GRC, as well as academics from
the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) of Padjadjaran University, Bandung. The judging process is carried
out by practitioners and experts in the GRC field.