DRH and its group of companies are committed to unyielding integrity, compliance, and high standards of business conduct in everything we do.
Honesty, integrity, and fair treatment remain the foundation of the Group’s operations and dealings with employees, partners, stakeholders, suppliers, vendors, and business associates.
The Group established two important policies, namely the DRH Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy on 1 March 2020 to provide every employee with a framework for not only what is legal, but also what is right, and the DRH Whistleblower Policy on 1 September 2020 as a dedicated platform and avenue to speak up and report any improper business conduct.
The Group’s zero-tolerance stance against all forms of bribery and corruption is exhaustively outlined in the DRH Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy. The Policy applies to all employees of the Group, as well as all parties the Group has business dealings and associations with.
The DRH Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy is intended to serve as a guideline on the standards of behaviour that must be adhered to, as well as how to deal with instances of bribery and corruption.
DRH employees, as well as their family members, are not allowed to give or accept gifts from parties that have a business interest with the Group. This “No-Gift Policy” is in place to avoid the assumption of an obligation between the parties and to avoid the act of gift-giving being construed as a form of favouritism or discrimination.
DRH does not permit payments in cash or in-kind to speed up administrative processes, otherwise known as facilitation payments.
DRH adopts a strict policy of disallowing charitable contributions of cash and cash donations. Charitable contributions and donations may only be given in-kind to legitimate charities.
DRH does not make or offer political contributions or donations neither in cash nor in-kind to political parties, political party officials or candidates for political office.
In situations where potential or actual conflicts of interest are noted, parties are required to give full disclosure to Integrity and Governance Officer.
All DRH dealings with third parties must be lawful and adhere to the values and principles enshrined in this Policy and must therefore be subjected to the appropriate due diligence exercises.
DRH regards bribery and acts of corruption as serious matters and will apply penalties in the event of non-compliance with this Policy. If an act of bribery or corruption has been committed, a report to the authorities will be made and further legal action may be taken.
As the Group fosters and places a culture of integrity at the forefront of all we do, our Whistleblower Policy encourages our employees and stakeholders to disclose any and all improper conduct, to ensure complete adherence to the Group’s zero-tolerance policy on corrupt and unethical practices.
The Policy is aimed at providing a platform for parties to disclose improper conduct and provide protection for Whistleblowers. It is also to ensure effective processes and procedures throughout DRH and uphold the highest standards of integrity, accountability and ethics within our operations.
Parties wishing to disclose improper conduct may do so through the following means:
a. verbally to Group Head of Integrity & Governance Unit; or
b. in writing,
via email to DRH whistleblowing channel: email@example.com; or
via postal mail to the Group Integrity & Governance Unit registered corporate office at Level 8, Surian Tower, No. 1, Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.