Sixty Six Finance Plc Whistleblowing Policy
This Policy is developed to meet the requirement that has been set forth in the Sixty Six Finance Plc which states that financial institution is required to establish a policy on whistleblowing.
Employee or member of the public who has knowledge or is aware of any improper conduct (misconduct or criminal offence) committed or about to be committed within Sixty Six Finance Plc is encouraged to make a report/disclosure via a dedicated reporting channels as stated in Sixty Six Finance Plc Whistleblowing Policy.
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The Sixty Six Finance Plc is committed to achieving and maintaining the highest standards of openness, probity and accountability. Either stakeholders or employees at all levels are expected to conduct themselves with integrity, impartiality and honesty.
It is everyone’s responsibility and in all interest of the company to ensures that any inappropriate behavior or organizational malpractice that compromise the interest of the investors, customers and the wider public does not occur.
This policy is designed to encourage either stakeholders or employees to raise serious concerns internally, without fear of reprisal or victimization, in a responsible and effective manner rather than overlooking a problem or blowing the whistle outside.
Any improper conduct (misconduct or criminal offence) including but NOT limited to the following:
- Breach of legal or regulatory requirements;
- Criminal offenses, breach of civil law and miscarriage of justice;
- Malpractice, impropriety or fraud relating to internal controls, accounting, auditing and financial matters;
- Potential Conflict of interest situation
- Endangerment of the health and safety of an individual;
- Damage caused to the environment;
- Violation of rules conducts applicable within the Sixty Six Finance Plc.
- Improper conduct or unethical behavior likely to prejudice the standing of the Sixty Six Finance Plc.
- Deliberate concealment of any of the above.
Either stakeholders or employee decides to report serious concerns about any malpractice which he/she has observed, has been made aware of or may have become involved in.
Individual can disclose internally and at a high level, information which the individual believes shows malpractice or conflict of interest. It is not designed to further any personal disputes, question financial or business decisions taken by the Sixty Six Finance Plc.
- For stakeholder, if there is a legitimate malpractice concern with the Sixty Six Finance Plc or Sixty Six Finance Plc employee they should then raise the concern with the Sixty Six Finance Plc management.
- For employee who has legitimate malpractice concern can inform the respective line manager/managers of the concern.
- If there is evidence of criminal activity, activity solicitation and of advantages or breach of legal and regulatory requirements, the party responsible for the internal investigation may be obliged to inform the relevant public or regulatory bodies such as the police, as appropriate.