Types of information you need to provide when reporting a suspected incident of misconduct should include:
This service is confidential and you will not be required to reveal your identity unless you choose to do so. You should provide as much information as possible to facilitate any subsequent action or investigation.
The act of enriching oneself or people who have special relationships by abusing their position and power.
The act of giving or receiving any form of something from another party related to his/her position/authority/responsibility in the company.
The act of giving or receiving any form of something from an opposition party who owns the authority or responsibility related to public interest.
A conflicting situation between personal and/or group and/or family interests and the economic interests of the Company.
An act of obtaining goods which are fully or partly owned by another person with the intent to possess it in a way that is against the law.
An act of dishonesty or deception which causes potential losses or actual losses to the company.
An act of violation that is subjected to sanctions according to the applicable legal provisions, both internally and externally.
An action or deed which violates the Company's code of ethics.
An act of violation in the form of leaking the data to inappropriate parties, so that it can harm, damage, or pose a risk to the Company.
Violations of accounting principles and processes, capital market regulations regarding financial statements, tax provisions and other similar provisions, as well as fraudulent acts or anything that may cause financial losses to the Company.