Audit Committee


The Company’s Audit Committee has been established in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations, which is valid as per Surat Keputusan Dewan Komisaris PT Champ Resto Indonesia Tbk No. 016/CRI-COMM/X/2021 on 12 October 2021 regarding the establishment of Audit Committee of PT Champ Resto Indonesia Tbk. In accordance with Surat Keputusan Dewan Komisaris PT Champ Resto Indonesia Tbk No. 017/CRI-COMM/X/2021 on 12 October 2021 regarding the establishment of Audit Committee Charter, the Board of Commissioners has authorized the Audit Committee Charter.

The Structure of the Company’s Audit Committee members is shown below:

Head of Committee : Agustina Supriyani Kardono

Member : Christian P.M. Nainggolan

Indonesian citizen
47 years old
Professional experience:
2021 – Now PT Tawada Healthcare
2018 – 2021 PT Metindo Erasakti
2016 – 2018 PT Nusantara Pelabuhan Handal Tbk
2010 – 2015 Samudra Energy Limited
2009 – 2010 PT TCG Consulting
2004 – 2009 Northstar Equity Partners


Member : Stephanus Hanan

Indonesian citizen
53 years old
Professional experience:
2012 – Now PT Jawa Tirtamarin
2008 – Now PT Ekadi Trisakti Mas
2000 – 2004 Business and Technology Advisors
1995 – 1999 Dharmala Group

The Audit Committee holds the Audit Committee Charter which serves as a guidance in the execution of Audit Committee duties in accordance with POJK No. 55/2015, where this charter has been legalized and authorized by the Board of Commissioners on 12 October 2021 by signing the aforementioned Audit Committee Charter.

The term of office of members of the Audit Committee is no later than the closing of the next 3rd Annual GMS and can be re-elected only for one subsequent period.

The roles and responsibilities of the Audit Committee are assigned in accordance with the Audit Committee Charter, and are structured and authorized accordingly by the decision of the Company’s Board of Commissioners: 

  • Reviewing the financial information that is to be disclosed by the Company to the public and/or relevant authorities, which may consist of financial reports, forecasts and other related reports regarding the Company’s financial information;
  • Reviewing the Company’s compliance with regards to the valid rules and regulations in place;
  • Providing independent and unbiased advices in instances of conflict or debate between the management and the Accountant regarding its service;
  • Providing recommendations to the Board of Commissioners regarding the appointment of an Accountant based on the criteria of independency, scope of work, and reasonable fees;
  • Reviewing the internal audit process and supervising any required further actions by the Director on the findings from the internal audit process;
  • Reviewing the risk management activities conducted by the Director;
  • Reviewing any complaints or requests related to the accounting process and reporting of financial information of the Company;
  • Reviewing the independency and objectivity of the public accountant;
  • Reviewing the adequacy towards the inspection that is conducted by the public accountant;
  • Conducting an investigation on any allegations of misjudgement from the Board of Directors meeting or any deviation in the execution that results from the decisions made during the Board of Directors meeting;
  • Conveying the review report to all members of the Board of Commissioners after the Audit Committee has finished the review process;
  • Reviewing and providing advices to the Board of Commissioners towards any potential conflict of interests in the Company; and
  • Maintaining confidentiality of all documents, data and any sensitive information of the Company.



Audit Committee Charter