Provide disclosure and understanding of Corporate Liability under the provision of Section 17A, MACC Act 2009.
Provide knowledge on corporate liability, associated person, commercial organisation, and case study illustrating how can one be prosecuted under Section 17A, MACC Act 2009.
Provide understanding and knowledge to individuals regarding the need for commitment from different level and steps in making changes.
Provide the understanding and knowledge to individuals to prepare a systematic action plan with TRUST Principle that serve as the guideline for organisation to reduce corruption, abuse of power, and malpractice.
Provide the understanding and knowledge to individuals on the importance of corporate liability and how an individual can be potentially affected even the individual did not commit an act of corruption.
Detect, prevent and aware of act of corruption towards an ethnical working culture.
Identify and manage individual and commercial organization’s corruption risk.
Enhance reputation and image of organisation as well as individual by being honest and truthful.
Instill confidence and trust to potential partners and investors.
Demonstrate and abide by anti-corruption good practices established by the organisation.
Introduction of Section 17A will be illustrated to enable learners to better understand Section 17A MACC Act 2009.
To understand the context of Section 17A MACC Act 2009, it is important for learners to know what is a commercial organisation under Section 17A.
To understand the who are considered as the associated person categorised under Section 17A MACC Act 2009.
In this session, we will go thru the initiation of Section 17A. Why Section 17A MACC Act 2009 was introduced into the MACC Act 2009?
In this section, we will provide an overview of the differences before and after the enactment of Section 17A MACC Act 2009.
Corruption has been widely explained with different definitions. Learners will be exposed to the fundamental types of corruption defined under the MACC Act 2009.
In this session, we will be covering the main factors contributing to acts of corruption. Learners can have a better understanding of the factors contributing to acts of corruption.
In the previous session, we covered the offences associated with individuals. As we dive into Section 17 of the MACC Act 2009, let's have a look at how corruption happens in a commercial organisation.
A case study of Section17A will be illustrated in this section to enable learners to better understand Section 17A MACC Act 2009.
In this session, we will be covering what are the main factors contributing to offences by a corporation under the provision of Section 17A MACC Act 2009. Learners can have a better understanding what are the factors contributing to an act of corruption.
Section 17A MACC Act 2009 does not only penalise the commercial organisation, but it also provides a statutory defence for the commercial organisation to defend itself against a charge under Section 17A. In this session, let's see how a commercial organisation can defend itself.
Adequate procedures are important to ensure that a commercial organisation is doing sufficient action to keep its internal anti-corruption plan implemented in a good manner. TRUST Principle will act as a guide for commercial organisations to establish adequate procedures.
In this section, we will go thru a case study on corporate liability. To understand how does corporate liability impact on organisation and why adequate procedures are important.
Introduction to Corporate Liability - Section 17A MACC Act 2009