The BIA Best Practice Sessions
The Business Integrity Alliance (“BIA”) has started a new series of Best practice Sharing Sessions for anti-corruption practitioners. The objective is to assist those with the responsibility of managing anti-corruption programmes on a day-to-day basis with practical ideas on how to implement and operate their programmes effectively. We will run the series over the coming months covering each of the Adequate Procedures (AP) TRUST principles which will be selected in the following sequence:
The five adequate procedures principles: T. R. U. S. T.
Top Level Commitment
Undertake Control Measures
Systematic Review, Monitoring and Enforcement
Training and Communication
Each session will feature hands-on practitioners who manage anti-corruption programmes on a daily basis as panel speakers. In each session, the speakers will take turns to brief the participants on good practices they recommend and share some of their own experiences, with time for questions and open discussion under closed-door, Chatham House rules. The format also includes a short briefing on the MACC Act Section 17A and a group exercise for participants to discuss scenarios. The GIACC in the Prime Minister’s Office will also provide a briefing on their role and an update on developments at some of the sessions.
Participation is by registration only, and is only open to those who are directly involved in governance, integrity and compliance roles. Registration is via an MS Forms link provided via email and on the BIA website. Places are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.
1st Best Practice Session:
Principle : AP 4.1 Top Level Commitment
Date : 4 May 2021 (Tuesday)
Time : 8.30 am - 1.00 pm
Location : Online via Teams (registration necessary - free of charge)
Panellists : from Khazanah, Sime Darby Berhad and Maxis Integrity & Governance Units
Registrations : 85 senior compliance managers or similar