Anti Bribery Management Systems (ABMS)

Top Glove has zero tolerance for corruption and is firmly opposed to corruption in all its forms. We are committed to doing business in accordance with the highest ethical standards as we believe the success of an organization is built on the trust of its customers, employees and the general public and this is earned by demonstrating ethics and integrity in business practices.

A well managed organisation like Top Glove is expected to facilitate compliance with such anti corruption policies through a proper management system, which will help implement policies and procedures and set reasonable controls according to the bribery risks faced by the organisation.

Deepening our commitment to upholding the practice of integrity, Top Glove became the first private company to be certified with ISO37001:2016, Anti Bribery Management Systems (ABMS) in November 2017. The driving force behind our pursuit of this official recognition was our desire to engage positively in combating bribery and infuse the element of integrity into the culture of the organization.

Having this certification may not eradicate bribery in totality but will help Top Glove to implement, maintain and improve its measures to prevent, detect and respond to bribery.

Dato Lee Kim Meow, Managing Director of Top Glove Corporation Bhd at the launching of SIRIM QAS International’s Anti Bribery Management System Certification Scheme.



Webinar Forum Breaking The Chain Of Corruption Through ABMS For Economic Sustainability "Taking a Stand Against Corruption & Bribery”

Organised by SIRIM and Malaysia Institute of Integrity, IIM

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Webinar Corporate Liability 2020: Towards Greater Governance and Accountability "The New Corporate Culture to Fight Corruption”

Organised by Malaysian Institute of Management, MIM

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We are strongly commited to:

1. Preventing bribery and corruption with zero tolerance policy.

2. Complying with all applicable laws and regulations.

3. Fostering good ethics in raising concerns.

4. Continuous improvement is our duty.