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Excell Group Charter of Corporate Behavior

Excell group will, under the company policy Seven I’s, strive to be a company good for the whole society under the activities based on the management policy. Therefore, based on the 10 rules below, we will respect the human rights, obeying each laws and ordinances, national or international, inside and outside of this country to contribute toward sustainable development of society.

  1. Develop and provide socially beneficial and safe goods and services that give satisfaction to consumers and customers.
  2. Engage in fair, transparent and free competition and ensure that transactions are appropriate. Also, maintain a sound and proper relationship with political bodies and government agencies.
  3. Interact extensively with the public and disclose corporate information actively and fairly. Also, personal information and customer data will be managed under the information security basic principles.
  4. Respect diversity, character and personality of employees and ensure a safe and comfortable working environment, thereby providing a sense of comfort and richness.
  5. Proactively initiate measures in acknowledgement of environmental issues, the common challenges they pose to humanity and their importance to its existence and livelihood.
  6. Actively engage in community involvement activities including philanthropy as a “good corporate citizen”
  7. Resolutely confront antisocial forces and organizations that pose a threat to the order and security of civil society and sever all relations with such individuals and groups.
  8. In line with the globalization of business activities, comply with laws and regulations of the countries and regions where its business operations are based and respect human rights and regions where its business operations are based and respect human rights and other international norms of behavior. Also, conduct business by taking into consideration the local culture and customs as well as the interests of stakeholders, and contribute toward the development of the local economy and society.
  9. Top management recognizes that it is its role to realize the spirit of this Charter and takes the lead in an exemplary manner to implement the Charter within the corporation and its entire corporate group, while encouraging its business counterparts to follow the same example.
  10. In case the Charter is violated, top management should clarify both internally and externally that it will take charge to resolve the situation, determine the cause of infringement and make efforts to prevent similar violations in the future. At the same time, top management should promptly make full public disclosure, explain what has occurred, and, upon determining the source of competence and responsibility, impose strict disciplinary action against those held responsible, including top management itself.