Welcome to MIA

We are passionate about cultivating business integrity

Being a professional training provider, we have registered with the Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (“PSMB”) and therefore we are governed by the PSMB’s professional code of integrity in operation.

Experienced Trainers

We offer real life cases in training to enable participants to gain practical experience

Constructive Solution

We plug the loopholes that are prevalent in organisation to prevent irregularities

Risk Intelligence

We are able to highlight the unseen and hidden Irregularities, malpractices and frauds.


Corporate liability, whistleblowing, Integrity pact, risk Intelligence, background screening and more

Corporate Integrity Solutions

Identify potentially harmful issues by establishing a comprehensive set of corporate codes of conduct along with culture, procedures and policies to enforce them.

Integrity empowers business

Are you looking for “adequate procedures” stipulated by the Corporate Liability Act 2018 to prevent bribery in your organization?

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the purpose of Corporate Liability Provisions, MACC (amendment) 2018 which is known as the Corporate Liability Act 2018?

Legislatively, it is aimed at enhancing good corporate governance in the private sector. Both employers and employees are correlatively responsible for conducting their duties and carrying out clean business activities in good faith.

Who are those liable for unlawful activities under the Corporate Liability Act 2018?

A person is associated with a commercial organization if he is a director, partner, or an employee of the commercial organization or he is a person who performs services for or on behalf of the commercial person. In simple terms, it refers to company director / business partner / owner/ controller / senior management officer / employee / agent.

Is the Corporate Liability Act 2018 only applicable to unlawful activities committed by employees in Malaysia?

The Act covers unlawful activities like bribery performed by any employees within and out of Malaysia. For instance, a company director/owner/controller/senior officer is liable if an employee commits an act of bribery in UK, and legislatively they can be prosecuted in Malaysia.

What penalties are stipulated under the Corporate Liability Act 2018?

Any commercial organization who commits an offence under this section shall on conviction be liable to a fine of not less than ten times the sum or value of the gratification which is the subject matter of the offence, where such gratification is capable of being valued or is of a pecuniary nature, or one million ringgit, whichever is the higher, or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty years or to both.

An individual can be fined and imprisoned for a period not exceeding 10 years, or both imprisonment and fine, if found guilty.

How do we safeguard, protect or discharge an innocent company director / business partner / owner / controller / senior management officer from unlawful activities committed by an employee / agent?

The company director/business partner/owner/controller/senior management officer need to prove that the commercial organization had in place “adequate procedures” designed to prevent persons associated with the commercial organization from undertaking such unlawful activities. The ‘adequate procedures” includes trainings, policies, integrity framework etc.

Who Is a whistleblower?

Whistleblower refers to a person who discloses suspected irregularities to a person who is authorised to look into compliance of regulatory procedures of an organization.

Can a whistleblower apply for protection under the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010?

A whistleblower can be protected under the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010 provided the disclosures of irregularities made by the whistleblower complies to the provisions stipulated in the Act.

Can whistleblower protection be revoked?

A whistleblower protection can be revoked if he contravenes the provisions of the whistleblower Protection Act 2010.