Dentsu's Corporate Governance Implementation Structure
Dentsu Group Inc. is a company with an Audit and Supervisory Committee and transfers authority for important business execution in part from the Board of Directors to the executive officers to establish an expeditious and effective business execution system. At the same time, Dentsu Group Inc. is working to enhance the Board of Directors’ supervisory function of directors over business execution.
Positioned under the Board of Directors is the “Group Executive Management Committee” consisting of representative directors and executive officers, including executive directors, which makes decisions on important business matters except for those exclusively resolved by the Board of Directors, including matters concerning the entire Dentsu Group (consisting of Dentsu Group Inc. and its subsidiaries) , and also deliberates on matters to be decided by the Board of Directors.
Moreover, the Company established the Dentsu Japan Network Board to deliberate on important matters of Japan business and the Dentsu International Board (DI Board) to deliberate on important matters of the international business, thereby dividing the business execution system into Japan business sector and the international business sector, and each has responsibility for profit and authority delegated.
With regard to internal controls and risk management, the Company established the Internal Control and Risk Committee to enhance the effectiveness of internal controls and risk management across the entire group.
Through these systems, we aim to ensure soundness, transparency, and efficiency in management, and increase corporate value over the medium to long term.