IJN is committed to implementing Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy (the Policy) for all staff members and organisational activities and their relationship with the stakeholders to ensure that all chances and opportunities of corruption and abuse of power can be effectively and efficiently addressed.
The policy outlines the following statements:
The Policy is in accordance with the provisions of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (amendment 2018) and other relevant Acts. This Policy is also in line with the vision, mission, core values and strategic initiatives of IJN.
This Policy applies to all Board of Directors, Top Management, staff, family members and third parties of IJN and is used as a framework for the establishment and achievement of Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption objectives.
IJN Board of Directors and Top Management are committed to implementing all policies and procedures to prevent any form of corruption and abuse of power and to implement continuous improvement through the Policy.
Through the Whistleblowing Policy, IJN always provides opportunity for IJN staff and the stakeholders to disclose and report any corrupt practices and abuse of power.
The Integrity & Governance Unit (IGU) is set up to monitor and ensure that the Anti-Bribery Management System is implemented and reported to IJN Board of Directors and Top Management for improvement purposes.
Appropriate action shall be taken on any IJN staff who fails to comply with the Policy.
In line with the commitment to conduct business free from any corruption offence under any law such as the MACC Act 2009 and Penal Code, IJN has adopted a Gift Policy, which prohibits employees of IJN from receiving any gifts from customers and third parties, subject only to certain narrow exceptions. The policy is adopted to avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of such conflicts for either party.
IJN Sponsorship Policy sets out principles and guidelines for both seeking and offering sponsorship of IJN activities by individuals or organisations, including clubs and community groups. All sponsorship offered or accepted by IJN must be compatible with IJN business activities and reflect the Company’s commitment to operate in an ethical manner.
IJN encourages its employees to conduct business-dealings with vendors that uphold the principles of good corporate governance, integrity, transparency, independence, accountability, fairness and social responsibility. The Policy applies to the entire IJN Group, its employee, current and potential vendors and their family members. Any violation of this policy may result in disciplinary actions being invoked against that party, in addition to any contractual or legal remedies.
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Conflict of Interest
IJN hold the highest standards of business practice and corporate integrity. We are committed in delivering transparency with any respective parties pertaining to business dealings. This policy serves a channel for declaration of interests in business operations and serves as a guideline in conducting business ethically.
IJN is aware that it may be held liable for act of corruption by our associated parties or any individual or entity that has some form of business relationship. IJN Due Diligence Policy was established to protect reputation and promote transparent business practice.
Whistleblowing and Reporting Channels
IJN is committed to the highest standard of integrity and accountability in the conduct of its business and operations. It also protects the employees from victimization, harassment or disciplinary action as a result of any disclosure made in good faith.
Recognizing the abovementioned commitment, this policy covers situation where an individual (the whistleblower) raises a complaint about a risk, malpractice or wrongdoings that affects others such as customers, suppliers, and other employees or public interest.
ii) Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing Terrorism
Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing Terrorism (AML/CFT)
IJN is following the best practice of ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING, ANTI-TERRORISM FINANCING AND PROCEEDS OF UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES ACT (AMLATFPUAA) 2001 that is imposed by the Government of Malaysia and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM). The act is to reinforce a culture of compliance in combatting money laundering in the organization.
The policy outlines the following statements:
IJN prohibits all involvement in money laundering activities and terrorism financing either directly or indirectly.
IJN business units shall follow the best practice ruled by the Bank Negara Malaysia and IJN has taken the initiative to safeguard organization from any consequences in future.