About HGC
HGC_corporate_governance_seal The Corporate Governance Scorecard (CGS) serves as an instrument to assess the Corporate Governance performance of Government Owned and Controlled Corporations  using a methodology  benchmarked against Principles of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).”
Corporate Governance Outline
Board Composition
a. 2014
b. 2015
Approved schedules of Board meetings
a. 2014
b. 2015
Accomplishments of the Board
a. 2014
b. 2015
Role of the Board in Corporate Strategy
How does the Board oversee the implementation of the Corporate Strategy?
When did the Board review the Corporate Strategy?
Code of Ethics
Board Committees Accomplishment Report
a. Board-Level committees
b. Attendance
Internal Control (including Internal Audit)
Risk Management System
Board Appraisal System
Corporate Secretary
Performance Evaluation System
2015 Performance Agreement
2016 Performance Agreement
2015 Performance Scorecard
2016 Performance Scorecard
Disclosures and Transparency (At least 2013 to present / latest disclosures)
Annual Audited Financial Reports
Annual Reports
State the location of the following information in the annual report/audited financial reports:
Corporate Objectives
Financial Performance Indicators
Non-financial Performance Indicators
Details of Whistle Blowing Policy
Biographical details (at least age, qualifications, date of first appointment, relevant experience, and any other directorships of listed companies) of directors/commissioners
Training and/or continuing education program attended by each director/commissioner (2014)
Review of GOCCs material controls (including operational, financial and compliance controls) and risk management systems
Statement from the Board of Directors/ Audit Committee/ or the relevant officers of the company commenting on true/fair representation of the annual financial statement
Corporate Social Responsibility
a. Customer’s welfare
b. Interaction with the communities
c. Environmentally-friendly value chain
d. Contact details for complaints of other stakeholders
e. Employees welfare and development
Welfare (policies, program and relevant data)
Training and Development (programs and relevant data)
• Complaints and Redress Mechanism/Whistle blowing policy and procedures
   (including protection of reporting employee/s for retaliation)