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"It was really an eye-opening learning experience with MACA officers. Looking forward for future anti-corruption training with EXCEL!"


"It was definitely insightful with detail walk through of the best practice on how can company manage corporate liability effectively.


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About Us

EXCEL17A was launched in 17th February 2022 with the commitment of increasing the public awareness on Section 17A, MACC Act 2009 - corporate liability. The provision under Section 17A of the MACC Act 2009 prescribes the principle of corporate liability whereby a commercial organisation is guilty of an offense if any of its employees and/or associates commit corruption for the benefit of the organisation. The commercial organisation can be found guilty in the event whether or not, the management of the company/organisation knows about the corrupt behavior committed by employees or their associates.

EXCEL is a bespoke Legal Framework, Corporate Liability, Corruption Risk Management & Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP) Course is specially designed and developed to assist organizations in detection, prevention, tackling corruption and in compliance with laws and regulations.

EXCEL provides guidelines to commercial organizations to develop, implement, maintain and improve Anti-Corruption Management Systems. These guidelines can be applied by commercial organizations from various sectors in developing Anti-Corruption Plans in their respective organizations.


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Chief Commissioner
Malayan Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)

This collaboration between the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and its umbrella training institution, the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA) with ELMU Education Group signifies a unique partnership in the development of a bespoke training program on Corporate Liability, especially with regard to the provisions under Section 17A of the MACC Act 2009 and all relevant laws.

It underlines the type of strategic partnership and initiatives which the MACC has with the private sector, in promoting and cascading the values of the National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP) through training and education. This will invariably strengthen participating corporate organisations’ understanding and awareness of the underlying Legal Framework, Corruption Risk Management and the preparation of the Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP).

I strongly believe that this concise and bespoke program - customised and tailored to accommodate the rigours of the private sectors’ participation in such training, will inevitably accelerate human capital development in this body of knowledge. Only through continuous training and education such as this, can the core principles of the NACP be further embedded in the minds and practices of all corporate citizens of Malaysia.

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