Ramssol group inks two-year marketing deal with Elmu V


KUALA LUMPUR: Ramssol Group Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, RAMS Solutions Sdn Bhd (RAMS), has entered into a two-year agreement with ELMU V Sdn Bhd to exclusively market training courses conducted by ELMU Education Group Sdn Bhd (EEG) and the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA).

RAMS will pay RM1.5 million to ELMU V, which is a subsidiary of EEG, for the marketing rights for the courses on Legal Framework, Corporate Liability, Corruption Risk Management and Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan Course, Ramssol said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia today.

In a separate statement, the company said it would leverage its position as a human capital management solutions provider in Southeast Asia to advertise, market, promote and sell the training courses in the region.

Ramssol group managing director and chief executive officer Cllement Tan Chee Seng said the training courses are applicable to multinational corporations, public limited companies, as well as government-linked companies, and could potentially extend to small and medium-sized enterprises.

"We are confident that by joining this training courses, organisations will have the necessary preparation in dealing with corruption and the peace of mind of having adequate procedures in place to defend itself should the organisation is being investigated or charged under Section 17A of the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009,” he said.

Ramssol was listed on the ACE Market of Bursa Malaysia in July this year. - Bernama
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