Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Corporate Integrity System Malaysia (CISM)

ARI congratulates the Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM) for the recent launching of its Corporation Integrity Pledge and Anti-Corruption Principles 2011. The launching ceremony was graced by the Yang Berhormat Senator Dato' Sri Idris Jala, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department and Chief Executive Officer of PEMANDU at Bursa Malaysia on 31 March 2011. The Corporation Integrity Pledge and Anti-Corruption Principles 2011 are more than a statement of mere intent. By voluntarily signing the pledge to endorse the Principles, companies are committing to a long-term programme to create an effective system that upholds integrity in the Malaysian corporate sector through transparency, accountability and good governance. They will be part of a greater initiative to create a business environment in Malaysia which supports anti-corruption measures. To date, seventeen corporations have signed up the pledge and it is certainly a great move forward. ARI congratulates the seventeen corporations who are namely: My Led Group, Malaysia Airport Berhad, Siemens, Air Asia, Asia Media, Tricubes, Mydin, Tesco, Emery, Minconsult Sdn Bhd, Karambuni Corp Bhd, Dialog, Infineon, Alcatel-Lucent, Top Glove, TM Berhad and Media Monitors. Hopefully more corporations will come forward to show their committment and support for the initiatives.
In addition to the corporate pledges, the Malaysian Institute of Integrity has also published a book titled "The Enhancement of Integrity and Anti-Corruption Measures", which was co-edited by Abu Kassim Mohamed, Chuah Chang Man and Mohd Nizam Mohd Ali. Congratulations IIM...

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