Prestariang Anti-Corruption Talk - Main Offenses of Corruption and Corporate Liability
From the very definition of gratification, the four main offenses of corruption, all the way to the horrifying truths behind the investigations faced by those unlucky enough to don the orange jumpsuit - Prestariang heard it all today from Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)'s Assistant Commissioner, Mohd Nur Lokman Bin Samigan in the Group's second Anti-Corruption Talk.
Attended by Prestariang employees, the talk, held at Prestariang's corporate office is part of the Group's effort in ensuring Prestariang employees’ holistic understanding of corruption in light of the introduction of Section 17A within the MACC Act 2009.
Assistant Commissioner, Mohd Nur Lokman Bin Samigan helped clear any air of uncertainty and ambiguity attendees of the talk had on the topic of corruption and gratification vide his insightful and informative presentation and interactive question and answer session.
Deeply invested in promoting and encouraging better corporate governance and legal compliance within its day-to-day operations, Prestariang is set towards a successful adoption of the MACC Act 2009. This expectation is not only limited to Prestariang and its subsidiaries alone; but extends also to contractors, subcontractors, consultants, agents, representatives, and others performing work for or on behalf of Prestariang as well.