MBSB is committed to ensure its business and operations are conducted with the highest standard of professionalism and ethics. Hence, as part of good corporate culture, MBSB has put in place the Whistleblowing Policy to provide a platform for all individuals to disclose any improper conduct in confidence and without the risk of reprisal.
Who can raise concerns?
- Any employee of MBSB
- Any individual providing services to, or having a business relationship with MBSB
In order for MBSB to protect the Whistleblower and to prevent false and malicious reporting, poison letters and abuse of the reporting channel, all Whistleblowers are required to reveal their identity and provide contact information in their report. All reports and information provided will be treated strictly confidential and on a “need to know” basis to facilitate investigations and/or take appropriate actions following such investigations.
Please raise your concern with us if you have reasonable grounds that the information and allegations are true. In addition, you must also ensure that the disclosure is made in good faith and not for personal gain or motivated by ill intention.
Types of concerns to be raised
- On any improper conduct or wrongful act that may adversely impact MBSB
- On any criminal offences, including fraud, corruption, bribery and blackmail
- On any failure to comply with legal or regulatory obligations
Contact persons to raise your concerns
Disclosure/report can be made to email@example.com which will be directed to a secured email.
Please provide your full name and contact details, as well as full details of your concern with any supporting documentation that are relevant. You may obtain the Whistleblowing Form to provide the necessary details. Any anonymous or unsigned form will not be entertained.
MBSB reserves the right not to investigate any concerns which are raised anonymously or found to be false.
Action that can be taken against Whistleblower
You will be protected against victimization or other adverse treatment provided that the whistle blowing is done in good faith (even in cases where you are genuinely mistaken in the concerns you had raised) and to the extent permitted by law.