Anti – Corruption
TMB operates financial business with integrity for the benefits of all stakeholders, namely customers, shareholders, staff, business partners, creditors, investors, governing authorities and society as a whole. We conduct business under the principle of good governance as also reflected in the Bank’s Code of Conduct and adherence with the laws, regulations, and regulatory requirements in order to ensure transparency and corruption-free business operation as well as to prevent any corruption for personal benefits which may cause unfairness and damages to the Bank and the stakeholders.
The Bank sets it as critical priority in controlling and preventing internal/ external fraud by prevailing the policies and practices such as the Code of Conduct, the policy pertaining to anti - fraud, gift, entertainment & anti –bribery with internal unit, private and public agents, for personal or business benefits, etc.
Adhering with this standpoint, TMB joins the Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) which reflects the Bank’s intention and attempt to be the organization with transparency and corruption-fee culture which creates sustainable growth to the Bank and increase value to the stakeholders in the long run. Additionally, the Bank created the Anti-Corruption Policy in addition to other policies to enhance clarity and coverage on anti-corruption, and determines the practices regarding direct and indirect anti-bribery or any form of bribery for benefits of the employees or related parties as well as outside parties to achieve international standard. The employees are also required to follows the policy in accepting gifts, presents, or entertainment party from private and public units.