Jakarta, December 20, 2019 - PT Indonesia Port II (Persero) / IPC felt sad yet proud of the election of Panggabean Hatorangan as the new KPK Supervisory Board. Tumpak, who serves as President Commissioner of IPC, will occupy a new position as Chairman and concurrently a member of the KPK Supervisory Board.
"With the appointment of Mr. Tumpak as Chairman of the KPK Supervisory Board (Dewas), he will no longer occupy the position of IPC President Commissioner. “Of course we are losing a role model, who has been persistent in building Good Corporate Governance within the IPC Group,” said IPC President Director, Elvyn G. Masassya, in Jakarta, Friday (12/20).
According to Elvyn, the presence of Tumpak H. Panggabean at IPC has so far had a significant impact on the corporation. Aside from being strong in providing business and operational direction, Tumpak has a great concern in building integrity in the IPC environment. Tumpak H. Panggabean has been in the position of IPC President Commissioner since July 2017.
"We are all sad yet proud at the same time, because after leaving IPC, Mr Tumpak has a mandate that is no less severe, which is overseeing the KPK institution. I will make sure that the foundation of GCG inherited by him at IPC will be maintained. Congratulations on carrying out your assignment in a new place, Mr. Tumpak,” said Elvyn.
President Joko Widodo has appointed 5 members of the KPK Supervisory Board, namely Tumpak H. Panggabean (concurrently the Chairperson), Artidjo Alkostar, Harjono, Albertina Ho, and Syamsuddin Haris. The appointment of the five members of the KPK Supervisory Board is contained in Presidential Decree (Keppres) No. 140 / P / 2019 concerning Appointment of Members of the KPK Supervisory Board.
The inauguration of the five KPK Supervisory Boards takes place at the State Palace this Friday.