Malaysia: ‘Corruption distancing’ to stem graft scourge

Besides organizing workshops on enhancing productivity and profitability, corporations should also consider holding talks on preventing corruption and bribery, said a prominent anti-graft activist.

Malaysian Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) president Datuk Seri Akhbar Satar (pix) said yesterday besides boosting the integrity of a corporation, corruption prevention is a step towards profitability.

“The ACFE, in its Report to Nations 2020, states that a corporation that does not practice integrity and a culture of anti-corruption stood to lose up to 5% of its revenue. It pays to prevent corruption,” he told theSun.

The original full article can be found at thesundaily.my

(Picture: Yusof Mat Isa)

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