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Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI)

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FCGIEstablished on 8 February 2000 by 5 professional and business associations, namely AEI, IAI-KAM, IFEA, INA, and MTI, the Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI) has played a significant role in disseminating Good Corporate Governance principles in Indonesia. Currently, the FCGI has 10 members since 5 others associations have now joined the FCGI. The members of the FCGI are:

  • AEI (the Association of Indonesian Public Listed Company);
  • APEI (the Association of Indonesian Securities Company);
  • FKSPI BUMN/BUMD (the Association of Internal Auditor of State-Owned Companies/Local State-Owned Companies);
  • IAI-KAM (the Indonesian Accountant Association - Management Accountant Compartment);
  • IFEA (the Indonesian Financial Executives Association);
  • IIA (the Institute of Internal Auditors) Indonesia Chapter;
  • INA (the Indonesian Netherlands Association);
  • MAPPI (the Indonesian Society of Appraisers);
  • MTI (the Indonesian Society for Transparency); and
  • YPIA (the Internal Auditor Education Foundation).
Although not a member, the JITF (Jakarta Initiative Task Force) is also active in the FCGI.Purpose and Objectives of FCGI. The FCGI works towards improving Corporate Governance in Indonesia.

The FCGI 's aim is to enhance awareness and to socialize Good Corporate Governance principles to the Indonesian business community based on international best practices, so that they can gain the benefits associated with Good Corporate Governance.

The activity of the FCGI complement the activities of the National Committee on Good Corporate Governance (NCCG), who are responsible for drafting the Code of Conduct of Good Corporate Governance and formulating the strategies required to implement this code.

As part of the FCGI's efforts to socialize Good Corporate Governance principles, the FCGI has already published Good Corporate Governance booklets and developed a self assessment questionnaire for companies to assess their implementation of Good Corporate Governance principles. The FCGI also plans to publish a series of articles on Good Corporate Governance in a leading national newspaper, broadcast a TV show on Good Corporate Governance ("Transparans 100 %") and continue its program of visiting companies to socialize Good Corporate Governance principles.

 

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The FCGI works towards improving Governance, Corporate Governance and Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility (CSR) in Indonesia. The FCGI's aim is to enhance awareness and to socialize Good Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR principles to the Indonesian business community based on international best practices, so that they can gain the benefits associated with it. In order to socialize Good Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR principles, FCGI conducts a number of activities:


Corporate Governance Information Centre
The FCGI established Corporate Governance Information Centre in 2000 supported by the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia and the Netherlands Government. The activities of the Corporate Governance Information Centre consist of:

Help Desk
The Help Desk is a function where companies, educational institutions and students, government agencies and the press can get detailed information on Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR in Indonesia. Available information on Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR can be obtained at the FCGI Help Desk address at :

Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI)
Gedung Menara Jamsostek
Tower A -20th Floor Room 2002
Jln. Jendral Gatot Subroto No. 38
Jakarta, 12710 Indonesia
Phone : 021-5290 2177
Fax. : 021-5290 2178
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In-Company Presentations and Discussion Meeting
An increasing number of companies and organizations that have started to familiarize themselves with Good Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR are requesting for in-company presentations and discussion meetings with the management and staff of the company. It is a very effective way of getting the implementation process started.

Presentation at Seminars, Workshops and Trainings
The main objective of presentations at seminars, workshop and trainings are to address Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR issues to the business community and public at large as well. Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR is a topic at an increasing number of seminars held. Frequently, experts of the FCGI are being invited to address specific issues in Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR during seminars.

Publications
Publications on Governance, Corporate Governance, and CSR will provide information in electronic format (website) as well as writing format (topical booklets on Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development). Joint publication on Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development with other institutions was also made by the FCGI.
Research into Corporate Governance system and procedures in Indonesia in comparison to other countries
Individual Company Counseling
Individual company counseling aims to help companies in developing their Code of Good Corporate Governance and CSR based on corporate culture, international best practices, and Indonesian laws and practices.

During these activities, FCGI has received valuable support from the Netherlands Government, the Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia, and the European Commission.

Visit us on FCGI Official Website


Quality Standards in the Food Industry

ABSTRACT:

Consumers in Europe and North America , and increasingly in other countries, are today highly critical on the environmental impact and the social standards of the manufacturing process of products they use. Consumers are concerned over environmental problems such as the greenhouse effect, depletion of the ozone layer, pollution of air and water and wastage of natural resources. They also feel strongly about the well being of people, safety at the workplace, and fair treatment of workers including payment of minimum wages as per the laws of the respective producing country, especially in developing regions. Consumers are feeling increasingly responsible for creating a sustainable world in which future generations can still live.

The new position of “Factory Auditor” created about six years ago by large importing companies, and now exists in the organization of most responsible buyers. It forbids the placing of orders with any supplier whose manufacturing facilities and methods have not passed an “Audit” in all details as per “Audit Report” attached herewith.

Details as per “Audit Report” summarized as “Sustainability” - are having an increasing influence on the products consumers choose to buy, and therefore on the conditions that retailers and importers pose on buying products from producers. Producers that cannot fulfill all details of “Sustainability” will lose buyers and market shares. Consumers' demands for products manufactured under sustainable conditions are increasingly translated into law demanding product labels, production labels and codes of conduct. Producers in Indonesia will have to follow these developments because they directly affect their exports. It may however be confusing to know which laws; labels and codes of conduct are relevant.

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Sustainable Business Development: The Market Imperative in the Wood and Products Sector Sustainable Business Development: The Market Imperative
in the Wood and Products Sector

ABSTRACT:

Consumers in Europe and North America , and increasingly in other countries, are becoming more and more critical on the environmental impact and the social standards of the production of the products they use. Consumers are concerned over environmental problems such as the greenhouse effect, the depletion of the

ozone layer, the extinction of wildlife species and the pollution of air and water. Consumers are also concerned about the well-being of people, especially in developing countries. Consumers are feeling more and more responsible for creating a sustainable world in which future generations can still live.

Sustainable In The Textile Industry Sustainable In The Textile Industry

ABSTRACT:

The Indonesian Netherlands Association (INA), and the Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI) are active in the promotion of Good Corporate Governance and Sustainability in Indonesia through various workshops. In line with our main objectives and also focusing on the Sustainable Development Initiative, INA and FCGI in cooperation with the Dutch Ministry for Development Cooperation (Minbuza-OS), we are pleased to publish this guide to Sustainability in the Textile sector, which is filled with latest information on codes of conducts and market requirements in Europe for the needs of the Indonesian company that would like to export to Europe.

Download this publication in pdf format

 
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