Pursuant to the requirements of the Company Law of the People’s Republic of China, Huawei has established the Supervisory Board. The key responsibilities of the Supervisory Board include overseeing the responsibility fulfillment of BOD members and senior management, monitoring the company’s operational and financial status, and supervising internal control and legal compliance. Members of the Supervisory Board attend BOD and EMT meetings as non-voting participants.
The Supervisory Board is comprised of 10 members, who were elected by the Representatives’ Commission and voted in by the Shareholders’ Meeting. In 2017, several members of the Supervisory Board resigned from the board, and membership was adjusted accordingly. In March 2018, the Representatives’ Commission and Shareholders’ Meeting held a by-election for members of the Supervisory Board.
Current Supervisory Board members include:
The Supervisory Board held five meetings in 2017. At the meetings, it assessed the responsibility fulfillment of the members of the BOD and Supervisory Board in 2016, examined and evaluated the company’s financial status, and received reports on management of top legal risks and supervision of overseas subsidiaries. Throughout the year, members of the Supervisory Board attended 12 meetings of the BOD as non-voting participants, overseeing the legitimacy of BOD decisions and operations.
The Supervisory Board has established the Executive Committee, which acts as authorized by the Supervisory Board. Members of the Executive Committee are Mr. Li Jie, Mr. Zhou Daiqi, Mr. Ren Shulu, Mr. Yin Xuquan, Mr. Li Jin’ge, and Mr. Li Dafeng.