The KPMG Whistleblowing Service is an independent whistleblowing channel that enables stakeholders (employees, clients, business partners, etc.) of our clients report suspected or actual incidents of fraud, misconduct and unethical activities occurring within the client’s business environment, thus enabling our clients to
take appropriate action to address whistleblower’s concern and ultimately reduce instances of fraud, misconduct and unethical activities in their business environment.
What is Whistleblowing?
Whistleblowing is the exposure of any activity or wrongdoing, perpetrated by an individual or group of individuals that is deemed illegal or unacceptable in an organization.
Whistleblowing is the ability of stakeholders to report misconduct anonymously and confidentially, if they so desire. According to the requirement of Securities and Exchange Commission, public companies are required to establish an adequate whistleblowing mechanism which enables stakeholders to report unethical behaviours in the business environment.
What types of Complaint count as Whistleblowing?
Whistleblowers are encouraged to use the KPMG Whistleblowing service to report unethical activities
|Bribery and Corruption||Theft of Assets|
|Financial Fraud||Requlatory violation|
|Damage to company property||Nepotism / Discrimination|
|Misrepresentation of data||Procurement and tendering fraud|
|Asset Misappropriation||Breach of code of conduct|
|Sexual Harassment||Conflict of Interest|
|Abuse of Authority||Our unethical activities
Please note that this list is not exhaustive as whistleblowers are encouraged to report any misconduct or unethical activity within the business environment.
Benefits and Features
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