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Malakoff Launches Corporate Integrity Pledge

30 May 2017

Malakoff Corporation Berhad (MCB) in collaboration with Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) organized a ‘Kenali Rasuah’ talk at all Malakoff offices, starting with KL Headquarters on 4 May 2017 and followed by site offices in Tanjung Bin Power Plant and Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant (8 May), Port Dickson Power Plant (11 May), Lumut Power Plant (24 May), and Prai Power Plant (25 May).

The talk delivered by Tuan Mohd Nur Lokman Bin Samingan, Assistant Commissioner, Community Education Division of MACC, was organized as part of refreshed commitment on anti-corruption practices as well as introductory session to Corporate Integrity Pledge initiatives in the organization.

The objectives of the talk were to reinforce ethical leadership, good governance, transparency, accountability and respect for the rule of law in the operational procedures within the organization, to educate staff on the importance of individual integrity and to inculcate the awareness on corruption amongst staff.

Speaking at these sessions, Tuan Mohd Nur Lokman reminded all Malakoff employees to take the matters on corruption and bribery in the organization seriously as it is a crime that is punishable by the law, with maximum imprisonment of 20 years, and/or five times the amount of bribery or RM10,000 whichever is higher.

“This served as a great reminder that we should always conduct our businesses with the highest level of integrity and Malakoff has shown its commitment to fight corruption by inviting MACC to deliver this talk to all employees to create awareness on this matter,” he added.

During the sessions, Tuan Mohd Nur Lokman also gave an explanation on MACC Act 2009, briefly introduced the Corporate Integrity Pledge, and explained ways to report bribery or corruption to MACC.

Moving forward, let’s make it our commitment to conduct our business operations with high levels of integrity and free from any form of corruption. In support of the governments’ effort in combatting corruption, reports on any corrupt or bribery activities are highly encouraged by following our whistleblowing policy or report directly to MACC through one of the following methods:

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