What is Whistle Blowing?
The term “whistleblowing” can be defined as raising a concern about a wrong doing within an organization. The concern must be a genuine concern about a crime, criminal offence, miscarriage of justice, dangers to health and safety of the environment etc.
Report an incident
In line with National Pension Commission (PenCom) Whistleblowing Guidelines and global business practice, kindly report suspected improper activities or misconduct by our Staff, Management Business Partners and Vendors. You do not necessarily need to disclose your identity. If you have experienced any improper activity such as unethical practices, gross misconduct, incompetence or inefficiency, please report by clicking on the link below to enable us to investigate and address your concerns.
A whistle blower can also send an email to any of the following email addresses:
“The Company shall use its best efforts to protect the identity and person of the whistle-blower against victimization or retaliation that may arise as a result of this report”.
Please click the link below and fill the form. Let us know (Your confidentiality wishes shall be fully respected): Whistle Blowing Incident Report Form
How to protect yourself
Do you suspect that you have been the victim of fraud - or have you noticed any suspicious transactions on your account?
You can report this to us by calling 01-2713953 (Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm)
Received a suspicious email that claims to be from us?
Fraudsters often send random emails pretending to be from other companies.