Internal Audit Charter
The Internal Audit Unit is an independent internal unit that assists the Board of Commissioners in implementing the principles of good corporate governance and ensuring effective and transparent management. The unit examines, evaluates, evaluates, and provides recommendations relating to the activities of business units and the internal control system.
Based on the letter of appointment by the Company's Directors No. 010/VMF/XVIII/I/20 dated 17 January 2020, the Head of the Internal Audit Unit is:
Guntur Sunaryo Putro
Indonesian citizen, born in Jakarta June 28, 1990, Mr. Guntur has served as Head of the Internal Audit Unit since January 2020. Previously he served as Internal Control Department Head, PT Verena Multi Finance Tbk (April 2019 - present), Internal Audit Section Head , PT Verena Multi Finance Tbk (March 2016 - April 2019), Audit Officer, PT Verena Multi Finance Tbk (November 2014 - March 2016), Audit Officer, PT Ahad Detha Utama (January 2014 - November 2014). He graduated from the Indonesian College of Economics, Jakarta, with a Bachelor of Economics degree in 2013.
Pursuant to the provisions in the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 56 / POJK.04 / 2015 dated 29 December 2015 concerning the Formation and Guidelines for the Preparation of Internal Audit Unit Charter, the Company's internal audit charter has been approved by the Directors and approved by the Board of Commissioners.
In order to develop an anti-Fraud culture and concern at all levels of the organization that refers to the OJK regulation No. 35 / POJK.05 / 2018 CHAPTER XII concerning
Fraud Control and Anti-Fraud Strategies, then all Managers and Employees of PT. Verena Multi Finance made the Anti Fraud Statement, which contains the following statements:
- Always comply with all provisions of the Company Regulations and provisions governing employment relations regarding applicable work rules and disciplines within the Company, including applicable Information Technology Usage Guidelines
- Will not pass all forms of fraud and realize that the consequences of Fraud's actions not only harm the company, but also themselves and their families.
- Avoiding actions that make it easier or provide opportunities for other people to commit fraud.
- Implement and support policies and procedures for implementing anti-fraud strategies in a comprehensive and consistent manner.