Transparency International Malaysia (TIM), in cooperation with Perdana Leadership Foundation is organising an awareness training on MACC Act Section 17A (Corporate Liability).
This awareness program is designed for management and implementers to grasp the essence of MACC Section 17A and how to establish & implement an effective ISO 37001:2016 ABMS complying to Guidelines on Adequate Procedures.
MACC (Amendment) Act 2018, Section 17A (1) : Offence by Commercial Organization
Commercial organisation commits an offence if any person associated with that commercial organisation commits a corrupt or bribery act in order to obtain or retain business or advantage for the organisation.
Section 17A (4) states that if a commercial organisation is charged for the corporate liability offence, there is a defence for the commercial organisation to prove that the commercial organisation had in place “adequate procedures” designed to prevent person(s) associated with the commercial organisation from undertaking such conduct.
The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department has issued the Ministerial Guidelines on Adequate Procedures that laid out 5 principles associated with a robust compliance system.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
– Top Management / C-Suite
– Senior Managers
– Company Secretaries, Corporate Governance, Integrity, Risk & Compliance Professionals
Date: 9th -10th February 2021
Time: 9.00 am – 1.00pm
Venue: Online Zoom Conference
Group (3 and above): RM599/each
Early bird*: RM599
*early bird ends at 2nd February 2021, 11:59 pm
**Registration fee is not inclusive of 6% SST
**Registration fee includes course material and certificate
Download Training Brochure. Includes programme schedule, speakers’ bio, registration form, and payment details.
To read more about the topic, read the Corporate Liability Provision Article.