Policies & Guidelines

Our set of Policies & Guidelines details some of the most important ways for us to run the company to the high standards of corporate governance, ensuring that we are both effective and ethical.

 

Corporate Disclosure Policy

The policy serves to enhance our standard of corporate governance, particularly in the area of transparent disclosure to the public. It enables shareholders and stakeholders to gain access to business information beyond the company's financial disclosure, and also serves to maintain effective communications between the company and its shareholders and stakeholders.
  
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Code of Ethics

The policy serves to remind all of our employees that they are to act and conduct themselves in accordance with the required standards of integrity, professionalism and ethical behaviour. BIMB Holdings' reputation as a responsible financial holding company and a good corporate citizen must be maintained and safeguarded for the sustained growth of the company. The policy also provides the basis for the creation of a working environment that is productive, positive, enhoyable, safe and free form harassment and discrimination.
  
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Whistle-blowing Policy

The policy reflects our commitment to the values of transparency, integrity, impartiality and accountability in the conduct of our business and affairs, and promotes an open communication and transparent work culture. We believe that any transgression of ethical rules and principles, such as fraud, corruption, financial impropriety and gross mismanagement should be reported and dealt with in accordance with the company's established due process. Our employees are encouraged to aspire to the highest possible standards of compliance and ethics, where adherence to the policy will further enhance the company's credibility.
  
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Guidelines on Fit & Proper

The guidelines lay the groundwork for our approach in assessing the fitness and propriety of individuals who are to be appointed to key positions within the company.  These individuals, acting as Key Responsible Person, are required to possess the competence, character, diligence, honesty, integrity and judgement to perform properly the duties of such position, in tandem with good corporate governance practices.
  
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