This program is designed to give participants of bribery and corruption detection and prevention in Malaysia in accordance to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009, including the Corporate Liability Provision (Section 17A) and other relevant Laws in Malaysia and its application within the organization and the related industries & trade.
Effective 1st June 2020, Section 17A of MACC Act 2009 enables prosecution of commercial organizations involved in corruption activities unless these commercial organizations can establish the defense of…. NO CONSENT & ADEQUATE PROCEDURES.
This session shall focus on an overview of methods of establishing these defenses.
Understand background, structure and intent of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act 2009 and Amendment Act 2018 (S. 17A)
Interpret the requirements for ‘adequate procedures’ as per MACC Act 2009 based on the principles of T.R.U.S.T
Ability to identify existing / potential ethical conduct within the organization or emanating from 3rd party engagement, which may have an impact on Business Continuity activities
Legal Impact(s) due to ineffective management of unethical business conduct.
Define malpractices & Spotting The Red Flags during the course of hiring, sourcing and contract management and also Account Payables
Describe the Plan-Do-Check-Act management system and how it relates Adequate Procedures
Understand about Pre-Employment Screening, Due Diligence & Whistle-Blowing
Importance of obtaining, collation and preservation of Digital Evidence