The Kenanga Group is committed to conduct its business and operations premised on the concepts of transparency, integrity and accountability, in compliance with applicable laws and regulations while adopting the highest standards of professionalism, honesty, integrity and ethics.

In line with this vision, the Group has put in place a Whistleblowing Framework for the reporting of any concerns made in good faith about behaviour, conduct, practice, deeds and/or omissions that might be either unlawful or irregular (collectively called “Malpractice”) within Kenanga Group, by any employee of Kenanga Group without fear of reprisal.

This Framework sets out the channels and procedures for the reporting of any Malpractice and the protection accorded to Kenanga staff having reported any concern.

Who can whistleblow?
Any employee within Kenanga Group.
Whom can the whistle be blown over?
  1. Any employee within Kenanga Group
  2. Any party or person providing services to or having a business relationship with Kenanga Group
Types of Malpractice that may be reported on
  1. General malpractice
  2. Unlawful or illegal conduct, criminal offence or miscarriage of justice
    Unprocedural or unethical conduct/act
  3. Conflict of interest in business dealing with external parties or involvement in prohibited activities
  4. Any attempt to conceal or suppress information relating to the above
Safeguards Accorded

Subject to the conditions stipulated in the Group Whistleblowing Policy & Guidance Notes (“the Policy”), employees of Kenanga Group having reported a concern in good faith with reasonable grounds to believe that the Malpractice reported on is true, shall be accorded certain safeguards under the Policy. To the extent permitted by law, the safeguards comprise:

  1. Protection from retaliation
  2. Exemption from adverse employment action
  3. Confidentiality of identity

If the reporting proves to be malicious, the Whistleblower may be subject to loss of safeguards provided under the policy, internal disciplinary action, dismissal, criminal prosecution and/or civil liability.


Reporting a Malpractice / Concern

If you aware of a malpractice, you may make a disclosure by clicking the appropriate box below.

All General Concerns (Other than concerns over the Designated Officer (DO) and/or Group Managing Director (GMD) and/or any employees within their division/office)
Concerns over the Designated Officer (DO) or any employee within the DO's division
Concerns over the Group Managing Director (GMD) or any employee within the GMD's office
Concerns over the Designated Officer (DO) & Group Managing Director (GMD) or any employee within the DO & GMD's division or office
  • Chairman of Audit Committee of KIBB
    P.O. Box 11275,
    50740 Kuala Lumpur
  • *Direct mailing must be sent in a sealed mail.
  • Download Form

*The identity of the whistleblower must be disclosed in the report.