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Air Marshal Boonsuib Prasit
  • Independent Director / Chairman of of the Nominating Committee​
  • Holding (%) 0
  • Educations
    • Armed Forces Academies Preparatory School (class of 13th )
    • Royal Thai Air Force Academy (class of 20th )
    • Master of Engineer (Aeronautical Engineering), Hochschule der Bundeswehr MuenchenSenior
    • Squadron Officers (class of 56th )
    • Air Command and Staff College (class of 33rd )
    • Air War College (class of 36th )
  • Certifications
    • Director Accreditation Program (DAP 117/2015), Role of the Nomination & Governance Commitee Program (RNG 7/2015), Thai Institute of Directors Association (IOD)
    • Thailand's 5th National Conference on Collective Action Against Corruption (“Tackling Corruption through Public-Private Collaboration) (Oct 16, 2014)
    • Certificate in Top Executives in the Energy Education Program (Class of 8th) (2016), Thailand Energy Academy (TEA)
  • Work Experiences
    2008 - 2011
    • Chief of Staff, Directorate of Aeronautical Engineering, Royal Thai Air Force

    2011 - 2013

    • Deputy Director, Directorate of Aeronautical Engineering,  Royal Thai Air Force

    2013

    • Special Expert, Royal Thai Air Force

    2013 - 2014

    • Director, Directorate of Aeronautical Engineering , Royal Thai Air Force

  • Relevant Important Position

Mr. Supot Teachavorasinskun
  • Independent Director/ Member of the Nominating Committee
  • Holding (%) 0
  • Educations
    • Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) Chulalongkorn University
    • Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering) University of Tokyo
    • Doctor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) University of Tokyo

     

  • Certifications
    • Certificate in Top Executives in the Energy Education Program (Class of 10th)
  • Work Experiences
    • 2016 - Present
      Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University

     

     

  • Relevant Important Position
    • 2017 - Present
      Board Member, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Reserach
Professor Surapon Nitikraipot
  • Independent Director/
    Member of the Nominating Committee
     
  • Holding (%) 0
  • Educations
    • Bachelor of Laws (Second Class Honors), Thammasat University
    • Diplôme d’ètudes approfondies (D.E.A.) de droit Public, Strasbourg III, France
    • Doctorat en droit (mention très honorable), l’Universitè Robert Schuman de Strasbourg, France
    • Honorary Doctoral, Soka University, Japan

     

  • Certifications
    • Barrister at Law, Class of 35th, Institute of Thai Bar Association of Thailand
    • Director Certification Program (DCP 102/2008), Role of the Chairman Program (RCP 25/2011) Thai Institute of Directors Association (IOD)
    • Certificate, Executive Program on Energy Literacy for a Sustainable Future (TEA), Class 7, Thailand Energy Academy
  • Work Experiences
    • Present  Professor of Public Laws, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

     

  • Relevant Important Position

     


 

The PTT's Nominating Committee has functions, responsibilites and accountability to the Board as follows;

  1. Define the methods and criteria for directors' nomination for transparency.
  2. Select director nominees to fill vacancies (due to resignation or term completion) for the Board’s or the shareholders’ meeting’s consideration and appointment regarding to the composition of the Board, expertise, competencies, and experience that would be useful to PTT in compliance with PTT’s Board Skill Matrix and the Director’s Pool of Ministry of Finance and IOD. Equally important, nominees must have no conflicts of interest
    with PTT. The qualifications of desirable directors must prove compatible with PTT’s business strategies.
  3. Propose directos for committee duties with due regard for the compositions of the committees in question, qualifications, expertise, and competencies. Then these names are to be tabled for the Board’s appointment. An exception is for the committee itself, appointed by the Board.
  4. By its mandate, be accountable to the Board directly while the Board is accountable to all stakeholders.
  5. Assess its own performance and report the findings to the Board for acknowledgment and disclose them in the annual report.
  6. Disclose its own performance in the annual report.  
  7. Hold at least two meetings a year.
  8. Perform other Board-assigned tasks. 

 

The recruitment procedures for directors are as follows:

  1. The committee defines qualifications needed for a replacement to ensure that the new directors meet the criteria and qualifications as required by related laws and regulations, align with PTT’s operations. It defines procedures for nominating qualified candidates.
  2. The committee summarizes its recruitment results and presents to the Board a shortlist of qualified candidates along with supporting rationale.
  3. The Board appoints the qualified candidates form the list prepared by the committee and submits their names to the shareholders' meeting for approval.


 

 Board skills matrix/diversity