Corporate Culture of Integrity & Risk: Critical Considerations in the New Normal

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Corporate Culture of Integrity & Risk: Critical Considerations in the New Normal

Overview of the Webinar:

The advent of the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted businesses and impacted the culture of organisations at an unprecedented scale. Regulators are holding corporations accountable for lapses in integrity and risk at the highest levels. Investors are increasingly scrutinising the performance of companies and stakeholders across the board are demanding a greater level of transparency from organisations in the new normal. 

Principle 1 and 2 of the Guidelines on Adequate Procedures (Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 [Amended 2018]) advocates the right Top Level commitment and risk assessment to integrate and embed a culture of integrity and risk in the workplace as twin pillars of a robust defence to unethical behaviour.

The Agenda:
  • Culture and Tone at the Top: Section 17A implications
  • Culture of Integrity: the 5 C’s of high performance
  • Embedding an integrity culture in the workforce: enablers and disruptors
  • Assessing the corporate culture of integrity and risk in the new normal
  • Compliance professionals as advocates of integrity and risk
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The Learning Objectives:
  • Recognise the importance of integrity culture to meet regulatory requirements

  • Understand how a culture of integrity contributes to high performance

  • Appreciate the factors that encourage integrity amongst cross-generational employees

  • Learn how to assess the corporate culture of integrity and risk in your organisation

  • Acknowledge the role compliance professionals can play to inculcate an organisational culture of integrity and risk

The Speakers:
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Reinushini Chandrasegaram

Principal Consultant

Reinushini Chandrasegaram is the Principal Consultant at RC Compliance Consultancy, a boutique firm based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with core expertise in business integrity and anti-corruption compliance consultancy and advisory services on Section 17A MACC (Amendment) Act 2018 and ISO 37001:2016 ABMS.

She has worked with numerous international companies in a broad range of industry sectors to develop and implement compliance frameworks and programs, corruption risk assessment, compliance policies, procedures and training programs for organization-wide roll-out.

With more than 20 years’ professional experience in business integrity and anti-corruption compliance, corruption risk management, ethics training, internal auditing, corporate whistleblowing investigations, international sanctions, human rights and 3rd party due diligence, gained in multi-national organisations and conglomerates, Reinushini is a thought leader and industry expert in compliance.

Reinushini speaks professionally at national and international forums and conferences and conducts training for Directors, C-suite and Senior Management of commercial organisations. She conducted in-house ethics, business integrity, compliance, risk and internal audit professional reviews and training in corporate entities in Europe, Africa and the Asia Pacific. She has written on anti-corruption compliance best practices and internal audit in professional journals, national print media and multi-national arena.

Reinushini is a Chartered Certified Accountant and FCCA (Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) with an MBA from Leicester University, UK and is a certified ISO 37001 provisional auditor.