The Whistleblowing Policy sets out Pelaburan MARA and subsidiaries’ commitment to protecting whistleblowers with the aim of encouraging and supporting individuals, either director, employee,  business associates, or members of the public to report concerns, made in good faith,  that possibly could be unlawful or irregular, without fear of retaliation.

The concerns may include the following :

a) Any form of financial crime, including fraud or dishonesty;
b) Bribery;
c) Abuse of power, including harassment or intimidation;
d) Conflict of interest;
e) Theft or embezzlement;
f) Misuse of the Organisation’s property;
g) Corruption;
h) Non-compliance with the Organisation’s policies and/or procedures;
i) Conduct which is an offence or breach of the prevailing law.

Reporting a Concern / Wrongdoing
Any disclosure of improper conduct must be made to the relevant designated person through the communication channels as set out in the table below:

Level of Disclosure

Designated Recipient and Email Address

By Mail/By Courier/By Hand

Disclosure against all levels of staff, excluding IGU,CEO Subsidiaries and/or Group CEO

Head, Integrity & Governance

Sealed letter with an indicative label such as:
To be opened by the Designated Recipient’ only, addressed to:

Pelaburan MARA Berhad
2nd Floor, Wisma PMB,
No.1A, Jalan Lumut,
50400 Kuala Lumpur.

Disclosure against -
  •  Integrity & Governance Unit (IGU)
  •  CEO Subsidiaries
  • Group CEO
  • Members of the committee of the Board
  • Company Secretary
Chairman, Pelaburan MARA Berhad
Disclosure against members of the Board Chairman, MARA Corp

Any other person not specified above, such as:

  • Unit Trust Agents
  • Supplier / Vendor / Service Provider
  • Others

Head, Integrity & Governance


Reporting Channels
Disclosure can be made to ANY of the following reporting channels, in a strictly confidential manner, with or without the ‘Whistleblowing Form’:

•    Email;
•    Telephone; 
•    Fax;
•    Postage or courier;
•    Online submission through the website;
•    In-person (walk-in) to our offices.

Protection For Whistleblower
A whistleblower who wishes to report improper conduct will be accorded with the protection of confidentiality of the identity, to the extent reasonably practicable, provided that the disclosure is made in good faith. Such protection is accorded even if the investigation later reveals that the whistleblower is mistaken as to the facts and the rules and procedures involved. 

A whistleblower may even choose to remain anonymous when whistleblowing.

Any party that retaliates against the whistleblower who has reported a concern in good faith may be subjected to appropriate action by the organisation, up to and including legal action, where applicable.

The whistleblower can expect that the report will be treated seriously, fairly and promptly. Upon the completion of the whistleblowing investigation, the Whistleblower may be notified of the outcome of the disclosure, if deemed appropriate.

Reporting Forms

Download forms here: