The company's internal audit is an independent unit, which is affiliated to the board of directors and is responsible for evaluating the soundness, rationality, and effectiveness of the company's internal control system and various management systems. To achieve the above goals, the internal audit checks the company's operating procedures and subsidiary supervision and management according to the annual audit plan . In addition to the results of the consolidation audit, it will attend regular (quarterly) or irregular reports of the board of directors’ regular meetings, and occasionally report to the chairman and general manager as necessary.
The company's internal auditing unit shall appoint full-time auditors, and the appointment and removal of the supervisor shall be reported to the board of directors; the assessment of the auditors, salary, etc. shall be approved by the supervisor in charge after signing to the chairman. In addition to meeting the applicable qualifications stipulated by the Financial Management Commission, internal auditors participate in continuing education organized by professional institutions every year in accordance with regulations to ensure their eligibility. The annual audit work is mainly carried out in accordance with the audit plan approved by the board of directors. The audit plan is based on the identified risks, and the project audit or review is performed as necessary to provide management with an understanding of the implementation of the internal control system and the potential Missing.
The audit unit urges the internal units and subsidiaries to check the effectiveness of the internal control system each year, and then the audit unit reviews the self-check list of each unit and subsidiary as the basis for the board of directors and the general manager to issue a statement of the internal control system.