No-Gift Policy



MARii is committed to conducting our business in the highest standard of integrity and to uphold an Anti-Corruption Principles in Malaysia in promoting integrity, good governance and transparency in all aspects of its operation.

In line with the commitment to conduct business free from any corruption offence under any law such as the MACC Act 2009 and Penal Code, we practise a “No Gift Policy” whereby, subject to certain narrow exceptions, MARii employees, family members or agents acting for or on behalf of MARii employees or their family members are prohibited from, directly or indirectly, receiving or providing gifts.

MARii requires employees to abide by this policy to avoid conflict of interest or the appearance of conflict of interest for either party in on-going or potential business dealings between MARii and external parties as a gift can be seen as a bribe that may tarnish MARii’s reputation or be in violation of anti-bribery and corruption laws.

We thank you for your continuous support and for observing our “No Gift Policy”.

Promoting Integrity, Building Trust: Embracing a No-Gift Culture

    The policy may explicitly state that giving or receiving gifts is not allowed or restricted beyond a certain value.
  • Exceptions:
    The policy may outline specific situations or circumstances where exceptions to the no gift policy can be made, such as nominal gifts on special occasions or gifts that are considered customary in certain cultural or business practices.
  • Penalties:
    The policy may specify the consequences or disciplinary actions for violating the no gift policy, which could range from verbal warnings to termination of employment or legal actions, depending on the severity of the violation.

  • Definitions:
    The policy may provide clear definitions of what constitutes a “gift” to avoid ambiguity. It may cover items, money, discounts, services, or any other form of consideration that could be considered a gift.
  • Reporting and disclosure:
    The policy may require individuals to report any gifts they have received or offered, regardless of their value, to ensure transparency and accountability.