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Axiata Group Berhad renewed its commitment to creating an operational environment free of bribery, corruption, and graft through the signing of a Corruption Free Pledge following its inaugural pledge in 2018.

The Corruption Free Pledge signing is part of the group’s effort to uphold the National Anti-Corruption Plan 2019-2023 which enshrines the people’s expectation for a corruption-free Malaysia and promotes greater transparency, accountability, and integrity at all levels. It also distills the essence of Axiata’s Anti-Corruption Plan, which was formulated and approved by the Board in 2021 and underpinned by Axiata’s core value of Uncompromising Integrity and Exceptional Performance (UI.EP).

Axiata said it ensures that the highest standards of governance are upheld through Board Risk and Compliance Committees which have been established at the Corporate Center and in all of its Operating Companies across its regional footprint. Similarly, the Group has also established Gifts, Donations and Sponsorships Committees groupwide to uphold the policies in place.

Tan Sri Shahril Ridza Ridzuan, Chairman of Axiata said, “The signing of the Corruption Free Pledge reiterates Axiata’s zero tolerance stance against bribery and corruption and our commitment to uphold the highest levels of integrity and Corporate Governance standards as one of the leading companies in the region.”

Director of the Public Sector Governance Division of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Madam Lim Bee Kean said, “I am pleased to congratulate Axiata for the fresh undertaking by both leadership and individual employees in their daily duties. The transparency and accountability displayed by Axiata demonstrates that the tone from the top has successfully cascaded throughout the organisation and spurs the Group forward as an enabler for its growth ambitions.”

Axiata Affirms Commitment Of Zero Bribery And Corruption – BusinessToday

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