Corporate Governance

Main Corporate Governance functions:

  • Increase the value of GIA through its institutionalization.
  • Manage and minimize conflicts of interest among its members.
  • Observe the executive body’s performance and conduct.
  • Observe and rate the company’s performance in the market.
  • Identify the risks inherent to the company.
  • Monitor the ethical conduct of the officers and of the company.
  • Advise in the company’s decision making and strategies.
  • Generate an environment of trust and certainty to achieve the objectives.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE:

Board of Directors

  • Planning and Finance Committee
  • Audit Committee
  • Human Capital Committee
  • Ethics Committee
  • Risk Committee