As announced by Government of Malaysia, Tekmark Holdings Sdn Bhd (known as “TMK”) and all its subsidiaries company have placed our efforts and commitments to adhere to Malaysian Anti-Bribery and Corruption Act 2009 (MACC) requirements including its amendment. It is mandatory for all Malaysia Commercial entity to conduct business ethically to safeguard the company from corporate liability for corruption offence.
Effective from 1 June 2020, TMK have established Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) Policy to be adopted by all employees as well as our business associates, external providers and interested parties. TMK has long maintained a code of integrity in all its operations and dealings; and continue to value our business relationships with you and your organisations over the years. Perhaps, we look forward to sustaining these relationships in the years to come, built on shared values of professionalism, integrity, ethical and quality standards.
While we appreciate the gestures and intentions symbolised by the offerings made in conjunction with cultural or festive periods, such as ang pows (cash packets), hampers, gift cards or any other such gifts in many forms, we must insist that we do not and cannot accept/ give such well-meaning gifts from/to any of our business associates, including suppliers, vendors and interested parties.
From the management, we hope your continuous effort to embrace values through our Honesty, Eager Accountability, Responsibility and Ownership (H.E.R.O) for the effective implementation and control.
Dato’ Ralph Khor
1.1 TMK had established a platform for the reporting of improper conduct or activities as mentioned in para 1.2 by any individual employed by TMK, business associates and external providers; who has concern of any improper conduct or activities that may lead to negative impact to the TMK.
1.2 The Whistleblower shall make a confidential whistleblowing report of the improper conduct or activities in writing as follows:
a) Breach of TMK Code of Ethics and Conduct
b) Breach of TMK Policy, Procedures or Guidelines
c) False Financial Statement Reporting
d) Abuse of Company assets or properties
e) Embezzlement of Company funds
f) Health and safety breaches, endangering employees or the public
g) Miscarriages of justice and discriminations
h) Non-compliance with regulatory requirements
i) Damage to the environment
j) Possible fraud, gratification and corrupt practices, bribery and blackmail
k) Violation of law or regulations.
The report must provide full details of the following:
Who is involved?
When did it happen?
Where did it happen?
What wrong did the perpetrator commit?
Why did the wrong occur?
How did the wrong occur?
Witness or related documents (if any)
1.3 The whistleblowing report must be made directly to the reporting channels via the confidential email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or send in writing to:
The Executive Director
B-G-8, Endah Promenade
No 5, Jalan 3/149E, Taman Sri Endah
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: 03-9078 3000