Majoris's business activities are investment management services through Mutual Fund, Discretionary Fund, Limited Participation Mutual Fund (RDPT), Real Estate Investment Trust, and other products in accordance with the provisions stipulated by OJK. Majoris resides in Menara DEA II 3rd Floor, Unit 303, Jl. Mega Kuningan Barat Kav. E4.3 No.1-2, Jakarta Selatan 12950, Indonesia.
There are 12 management and employees of Majoris Asset Management who already have Investment Manager Representative (WMI) licenses, including 3 Directors, 1 Commissioner and 8 employees from various units.
Being an investors-trusted Investment Management Company with the edge in professionalism and consistent investment performance.
The implementation of Investment Manager Governance has been carried out by PT Majoris Asset Management (“Majoris”) with reference to 5 (five) Governance principles as follows:
In accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations and the Articles of Association of Majoris, the Board of Directors has the right to represent the company inside and outside the court on all matters and in all events, bind the company with other parties and other parties with the company, and carry out all actions both regarding management and ownership with the provisions in accordance with the provisions of the legislation and the Articles of Association of Majoris.
In carrying out their duties and responsibilities, each member of the Board of Directors has duties and responsibilities in the fields and/or functions that are under them, including the following:
The composition of the Board of Commissioners Majoris consists of 1 President Commissioner, 1 Commissioner and 1 Independent Commissioner. The Board of Commissioners has the following duties and responsibilities:
The main duties and responsibilities of the Compliance Function:
The functions of Risk Management:
The main duties and responsibilities of the Internal Audit Function are to plan, control, and record all the implementation of internal audit activities, to record all findings, conclusion, and recommendation from the implementation of internal audit activities, and to prepare the internal audit report after each of internal audit implementation to be submitted to the Board of Commissioners.
The Company has a Code of Ethics that applies to all members of the Board of Directors, members of the Board of Commissioners, employees, and/or organ support units owned by the Investment Manager, which contains matters concerning disclosure of interests, prohibition on misuse of position, giving and/or receiving gifts, benefits of rebates and commissions, prohibition on misuse of information, fair behaviour, confidentiality, public statements, provision of company information, marketing, advertising and promotional materials, management fees, handling customer complaints, safeguarding customer assets, portfolio valuation, portfolio management and administration.