Seminar on Business Ethics and Integrity: Key to Sustainability in the Digital Economy - 3 October 2017

Seminar on Business Ethics and Integrity: Key to Sustainability in the Digital Economy to be held on 3 October 2017 in Malaysia. The seminar will share on:
  • Private sector perspectives & best practices in incorporating ethics & integrity to ensure business sustainability
  • Addressing challenges in ensuring integrity when exploring business opportunities in the digital economy
  • Importance of building trust in business
  • Dealing with ransomware threats and challenges

Sign up for Regional Business Integrity Pledge


Sign up for the Regional Integrity Pledge "Integrity Has No Borders" here to show your commitment to uphold ethical values at your company/organisation. The Pledge is open for companies, governments, civil society organisations and international agencies to sign up.

Malaysia: Petronas internal probe led to corruption find

It was an internal investigation into a Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB) senior official that revealed suspicions of graft, which led to his arrest by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

The senior official and two others were arrested on Tuesday for suspected graft involving about RM20mil.

Petronas confirmed the arrests in a media statement on Wednesday, saying that it had reported the case to the MACC following its internal investigation of the employee.

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Speak up against Corruption: Employees' Handbook for SMEs

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SMEs play an integral and substantial part in the economic development of Malaysia. However, SMEs operate in an intensively competitive environment, breeding the right conditions for the emerge of unethical pratices to  procure business. This handbook published by Transparency International - Malaysia to serve as a valuable guide to promote ethics in the business sector. The guide was produced with the help from ASEAN CSR Network's Small Grants Fund

World: BRICS countries to enhance anti-corruption cooperation

BRICS leaders said on Monday they supported the efforts to enhance the anti-corruption cooperation given the negative impact of corruption on sustainable development.

"We support the strengthening of international cooperation against corruption, including through the BRICS Anti-Corruption Working Group, as well as on matters related to asset recovery and persons sought for corruption," said the BRICS Leaders Xiamen Declaration, released after the ninth BRICS summit in the southeastern Chinese city of Xiamen.

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