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Tightening the Screws on Corruption Risk Management

Participants will experience a guided methodology which is practical and usable immediately as they complete the 3-day programme. Continuous support in the form of 3 coaching sessions will be carried out after the 3-day programme to ensure that participants are able to oversee and maintain the Corruption Risk Management System implemented for their respective organisations. At a later stage, a skill assessment could also be conducted to facilitate the learning process and to ensure that the learning objectives set out are met.

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Pathway to a Governance Practitioner Programme

This programme is designed for governance practitioners whose role is to advise the Board of Directors and Management on corporate governance matters. This programme is offered as a collaborative effort between Iclif, the Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance (MICG) and Trident Integrity. To register, please contact the Secretariat at

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Raising Defences: Section 17A, MACC Act

By 1 June 2020, the corporate liability provision of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act (MACC Act) will come into force with wide-ranging repercussions. This programme seeks to provide an understanding of the corporate liability provision of the MACC Act, and its implications for boards and senior management. It will also delve into the definition of corruption.

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Culture-Proofing Organisations in the Digital Era

This one-day programme addresses how Boards and Senior Management teams can pro-actively shape and nurture cultures that position companies towards sustainable growth while preventing unintentional value destruction.

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Money Services Business Directors Education Programme

This is a mandated programme for directors and CEOs of money services businesses with an annual turnover of RM30 million or more.

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Building the Right Culture: Leading with Purpose in Government

In today’s globalized world, it is not only companies that compete; but also economies and, therefore, the public sector. It is no secret that an efficient public administration translates into social progress and forms a substantive competitive edge for the economy of a country.

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