The enforcement of Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACCC) Act 2009 on June 1, 2020, marked a watershed moment in the anti-corruption landscape in Malaysia. The provision under Section 17A MACC Act 2009 stipulates a corporate liability principle where a commercial organisation can be considered guilty if any of its employees and/or associates commit corruption for the benefit of the organisation. The commercial organisation is also considered guilty in the event whether the upper management or its representatives know about the corruption acts committed by its employees or associates.
According to the Chief of MACC, ignorance of the law is not a legitimate defence and not an excuse. Join us to find out how you can take appropriate and parallel steps to ensure businesses are conducted with integrity and without corruption.
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Suhaimi Saad is an ABAC's Certified Lead Auditor® and Training Specialist. He has a solid 30 years of experience encompassing several industries such as Education, Oil & Gas, Heavy Engineering & Construction, Information Technology, Consulting Service, Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Agribusiness. He has handled several high volume projects with the Prime Minister's Department., corporate national and multinational companies, and involved in a number of training programmes including Brunei, Indonesia and UK.
・ISO 37001: 2016 Anti-Burning Management System (ABMS)
・Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission Law Section 17A (3)
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