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Whistle Blowing Policies
Whistle Blowing Policies
Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd. (the “Company”) is committed to achieving the highest standards of integrity and accountability within its internal structure. With this in mind, the Company has developed these Procedures for reporting improprieties (the “Policy”) where all employees (the “Employees”) with serious concerns about the Company’s activities and operations may come forward and voice these concerns with the assurance that swift action will be taken if necessary.

This Policy makes it very clear that Employees may report improprieties or suspected improprieties without fear of victimization, subsequent discrimination or any form of disadvantage whatsoever. In fact, this Policy intends to empower Employees to raise potentially serious concerns within the Company rather than letting them escalate or possibly seeking alternative externally.

This Policy is a clear and unambiguous statement of the Company’s commitment that any impropriety by the Company or any of its employees, directors, or officers, once identified and reported, will be dealt with in expeditious manner and thoroughly investigated and subsequently remedied. The Company will also use its best endeavors to explore and implement policies to ensure that such impropriety can be prevented in the future.

This reporting mechanism invites and encourages all Employees to act responsibly and impartially to uphold the reputation of the Company and maintain public confidence in it. Nurturing and developing a culture of openness and transparency within the organization will further aid and expedite this process.

Further background to this Policy is attached below. (There will be a link to the report – Refer to section A)
SECTION A: WHISTLE BLOWING POLICIES
BACKGROUND/FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
1. What is whistleblowing?
2. What is impropriety?
3. What is the intention of the Policy?
4. Who should make complaints?
5. Who should you contact?
6. Company response
7. What safeguards are there for Employees?
8. Can the concern be taken outside of the Company?
9. Confidentiality and Anonymity
10. Malicious, Mischievous and False Allegation
Making a Report
Information received will be treated with the utmost confidentiality and will be attended to by appropriate personnel appointed by the Audit & Risk Management Committee. Any whistle-blowing report involving any Director or member of senior management (having designation of “Head/Chief/Managing Director of a Division” and above) may be reported directly to the Chairman of the Audit & Risk Management Committee using the following email communication channels:-

- basil_chan@mbecorporateadvisory.com


or such other email address as may be instructed by the Chairman of the Audit & Risk Management Committee.

Further details on the procedures for reporting improprieties is attached below. . (There will be a link to the report – Refer to section B)
SECTION B: PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING IMPROPRIETIES
1. REPORTING POLICY AND PROCEDURES
2. COMPLAINT PROCEDURES
3. INVESTIGATION OF COMPLIANTS
4. CONSISTENCY WITH LAWS AND REGULATIONS
5. INTERPRETATION