Electronics company signs corruption-free pledge with MACC


(Seated from left) Panasonic Management Malaysia deputy managing director Hiroyuki Imizu, Panasonic Malaysia managing director Cheng Chee Chung, Latheefa, Tagishi and Panasonic Appliances Asia-Pacific regional legal director Ko Utsuki with the group’s top management and representatives at Wisma Panasonic in Petaling Jaya.

PANASONIC Group of Companies in Malaysia is in support of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) effort to fight corruption as it signed the Corruption-Free Pledge.

The main highlight was the company’s pledge of zero tolerance against corruption and also a declaration by stakeholders that corruption is intolerable. The event was held at Wisma Panasonic in Petaling Jaya.

The effort is to strengthen the company’s governance based on integrity and ethical work culture.

The pledge ceremony was led by Panasonic Appliances Asia Pacific managing director Hiroyuki Tagishi, witnessed by MACC chief commissioner Latheefa Koya.

Among those present were Panasonic’s top management, its representatives as well as Panasonic staff and MACC officers.
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