An important aspect of accountability and transparency is a mechanism to enable staff and other members of the company and third parties to voice genuine concerns in a responsible and appropriate manner.
Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“the Company”) is committed to promoting and maintaining high standards of transparency, accountability, ethics and integrity at the workplace.
This Policy is designed to support the Company’s Integrity, Innovation, Teamwork, Excellence & Harmony values and facilitate employees’ and third parties’ concerns about possible improprieties at the earliest opportunity to ensure that concerns can be raised without fear of reprisal or Detrimental Action.
The procedures contained in this Policy provide a process of managing disclosures of improper conduct that is transparent without compromising the confidentiality of persons involved.
This Policy is adapted to promote alignment with the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010, Companies Act 1965, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009, Capital Market and Services Act 2007, Personal Data Protection Act 2010 and all applicable laws and regulations in Malaysia. However, this Policy does not absolve employees and stakeholders from any statutory obligations contained in any Act and/or Regulation to report criminal offences and/or breaches of law with the relevant enforcement agencies.
This Policy is to be read together with the Company’s Code of Ethics, the Company’s Grievance Policy as well as procedures set out in the Company’s Employee Handbook and other internal, statutory or regulatory reporting procedures.
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Malakoff Whistleblower Policy
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