IIF is committed to becoming a leading catalyst for financing infrastructure development in Indonesia. And as part of that commitment, IIF must build a healthy, open, conducive, honest and transparent business environment.
We have in place a system of reporting suspicious activites via Whistleblowing System (WBS). WBS provides the opportunity and media for IIF’s employees and/or third parties to report attempts on corruption, fraudulent practices, collusive practices, and coercive practices perpetrated by IIF’s employees and/or third parties.
How to report an suspicious activity
If one or more of the suspected activities mentioned above occur, a Disclosure Report shall be filed and reported preferably in writing to ensure clear description and understanding on the issue raised and should either be typed or written in a legible handwriting in English or Bahasa.
The suspected activity should be reported in the form of cover letter which shall contain the identity of the person reporting [Complainant]. Disclosures should be factual and not speculative with no malicious intention, and should contain as much detailed information as possible to ensure proper assessment, to address the concerns and to undertake the investigative procedure. The Complainant must disclose his/her identity in the cover letter. Sending Disclosure Report without name (anonymous) will not be entertained as it would confine the possibility for IIF to interview the Complainant which is part of the due diligence and assessment process.
To submit a Disclosure Report, one can use the Disclosure Reporting Form that is provided on IIF’s website.
Available Attachment :
Guarantee of Confidentiality and Protection of the Complainant Disclosure
- IIF follows a policy of non-retaliation towards complainants reporting fraud and corruption. IIF is committed to supporting and protecting complainants who report breaches or alleged breaches of the Code of Conduct from victimization and discrimination. IIF is also committed to protecting the career of employees who report suspected fraud, provided they are not involved in the fraudulent or corrupt activity.
- IIF provides protection to the complainants who make disclosures in accordance with the policy. IIF also provides protection by imposing penalties on a person who takes retaliatory action against the complainant. Penalties against persons proven to have taken retaliatory action against a complainant include fines and imprisonment.
Please send your WBS report through:
|2. Telephone||:||(+62) 21 5082 6600 ext 5076 (Head of Internal Audit)|
|3. Letter||:||Prosperity Tower 55th floor, District 8. Sudirman Central Business District Lot 28, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53,
Jakarta 12190, Attn: Head of Internal Audit
Definition of Report Category
|Corrupt Pratice||A corrupt practice is the offering, giving or soliciting directly or indirectly of anything of value to influence improperly the actions of another party|
|Fraudulent Practice||A fraudulent practice is any act or omission, including a misrepresentation that knowingly or recklessly mislead, or attempt to mislead, a party to obtain a financial or other benefit or to avoid an obligation.|
|Collusive Practice||A collusive practice is an arrangement between two or more parties designed to achieve an improper purpose, including influencing improperly the actions of another party.|
|Coercive practice||A coercive practice is impairing or harming, or threatening to impair or harm, directly or indirectly, any party or the property of the party to influence improperly the actions of another party.|
|Employee||Employee means every employee of the Company viz. IIF (whether working in Indonesia or abroad), including the Directors in the employment of the Company.|
|3rd Parties||3rd parties means the outside persons/organizations dealing in any form whatsoever with IIF (e.g. developers, suppliers, contractors, consultants, etc).|
|Disclosure||Means any communication made in good faith that disclose or demonstrates information that may evidence unethical or improper activity.|