IEC Anti-Corruption

The International Engineering Public Company Limited is committed to conducting its business operations with integrity and accountability to society and all groups of stakeholder by adhering to the practice of good governance and IEC’s corporate governance principles. With the intention and commitment to the battle against corruption in all its forms, IEC has signed the declaration statement of Thailand’s Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption. Therefore, to ensure that IEC has defined the good practices and responsibilities of those involved in the prevention of corruption in all its forms in IEC business activities, IEC has introduced the anti-corruption policy and Code of Conduct which will be covered in our business activities and procedures in all departments. IEC has set up the organizational structure in order to enforce Anti-Corruption policy and Code of Conduct in all departments. The Board of Directors Executives and employees are responsible to perform duty with full capacity and adhere firmly to adhere firmly to the Anti-corruption policy and Code of Conduct. Corruption is not acceptable in IEC Corporate Culture.

Anti-Corruption Structure

Responsibility Assignment

1. Board of Directors has the responsibility to put this anti-corruption code of conduct into practice, and the duty to monitor the actual execution through the Sub-Committees. Board of Directors is also empowering Group President to implement this code of conduct in the organizations.

2. Sub-Committees and Group President have the responsibility and duty towards the implementation of this anti-corruption code of conduct.

3. All employees need to work prudently and carefully in order to avoid any direct or indirect act of corruption, and strictly comply with this anti-corruption code of conduct.