About This Course

This Anti-Bribery and Corruption training module is designed to help organisations understand the importance of adhering to the rules of the MACC (Amendment) Act 2018 and ensure that they have an adequate anti-bribery policy in place based on the five core principles (TRUST) outlined in the Guidelines on Adequate Procedures.

Course Overview

  • The definition of corruption
  • Supplementary legislations that deal with corruption in Malaysia
  • The impact of bribery and corruption
  • Why people engage in corrupt behaviour
  • Examples of the forms of corruption

  • Key developments of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act 2009
  • The definition of gratification
  • The four main offences under MACC Act 2009

  • An introduction to MACC (Amendment) Act 2018
  • A general overview of the Corporate Liability Provision (Section 17A)
  • Case study

Top Level Commitment

  • Assurance to organisation and stakeholders
  • Leading the effort - Communication and action

Risk Assessment

  • Corruption risk assessment
  • Factors to consider when undertaking a corruption risk assessment

Undertake Control Measures

  • Questions need to be answered
  • Undertake control measures - Payments and commissions to third parties
  • Risk-based ABC policies and procedures
  • Undertake control measures - Business partners
  • Undertake control measures - Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”)
  • What should be addressed in the policy?
  • Guidelines for hospitality expenses
  • Guidelines for hospitality expenses – Process

  • Case Study
  • When are Adequate Procedures adequate enough?

1 hrs 0 mins


Organisation Wide

Certificate of Completion

Online Training and Assessment

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