For those companies who have completed their tax reporting responsibilities for 2016 accounting year, it is time to turn the board’s attention to the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”). Corporate governance matters are becoming increasingly important in Indonesia and for many companies, the AGM is the most important embodiment of corporate governance for the year. It is also when final dividends, if any, are decided. For Indonesian companies whose fiscal year follows the calendar year, the deadline of 30 June for holding this year’s AGM is fast approaching.
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