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Board Committees

The BOD has established the Human Resources Committee, the Finance Committee, the Strategy & Development Committee, and the Audit Committee, which operate as authorized by the BOD.

Human Resources Committee 

The Human Resources Committee (HRC) manages and optimizes core corporate elements such as organization, talent, incentives, and culture. It operates under the BOD to develop, determine, and oversee the implementation of key policies and transformation initiatives relating to HR management. The committee aligns HR policies with the company's HR management philosophy and core concepts to ensure policy consistency. These policies also reflect the business characteristics and management models of departments at all levels to support business development.

The main responsibilities of the HRC are to:

The HRC holds monthly meetings. Business and HR executives and experts are invited to attend as non-voting participants.

The committee met 12 times in 2016, and did the following:

The HRC comprises 15 members, including BOD members, senior business executives, and senior HR experts.

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee (FC) is the company's overall enterprise value integrator. It operates under the BOD to exercise macro-control over the company's business operations, investment activities, and enterprise risks, helping to strike a dynamic balance between opportunities and resources to facilitate the company's long-term sustainable growth.

The main responsibilities of the FC are to:

The FC holds monthly meetings and convenes special sessions as necessary. In 2016, the FC held 12 regular meetings and one special session. Based on business needs and BOD's requirements, the FC reviewed such key items as the company's medium-to-long-term development plan, annual budget plan, operational management, capital investment projects, capital structure, enterprise risk management, and subsidiary and joint venture management. The FC then discussed and established financial policies and systems, reviewed and decided on key initiatives, and monitored their execution.

The FC comprises 15 members, including BOD members and various experts.

Strategy & Development Committee

The Strategy & Development Committee (SDC) develops, sets, and executes the company's strategic directions. The SDC gains insight into major industry and technological trends, and changes in customer needs; and identifies opportunities and paths for the company's development. Through macro-management of industrial investments, technologies, business models, and transformations, the SDC ensures that concerted efforts are made to sustain the company's growth.

The main responsibilities of the SDC are to:

The SDC held 12 regular meetings and one special session in 2016. In accordance with the positioning and responsibilities set forth by the BOD, the SDC pushed the enterprise business to further focus on five vertical industries and become an enabler of their digital transformation. The SDC also pushed the carrier business to expand total addressable market, focus on creating customer value, support customer success in video business, and enable the All Cloud and operations transformation of telecom carriers. The SDC also facilitated the consumer business in developing a global mid-to-high-end brand. On this basis, the SDC continued to strengthen strategy execution and resolutely invest in the future to support the company's long-term development.

The SDC comprises 15 members, including BOD members, senior business executives, and various senior experts.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee (AC) operates under the BOD to oversee internal controls, including the internal control system, internal and external audits, corporate processes, legal compliance, and adherence to the BCGs.

The main responsibilities of the AC are to:

The AC holds quarterly meetings and convenes special sessions as necessary. Business executives and various experts are invited to attend as non-voting participants. The committee held six meetings in 2016. Focusing on topics such as risk management, the development of the internal control system, and anti-corruption, the committee:

The AC comprises 10 members, including Supervisory Board members, BOD members, and various experts.


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