The Corporate Integrity Roundtable was established to cultivate and instill ethical values and graft-free elements within the business community as well as to support integrity initiatives to enhance integrity, ethics and accountability under the anti-corruption plan, guidelines and industries’ best practice.

    Corporate Integrity Roundtable Members are responsible in:

    (i) Preparing the CISM strategic plan and establishing the method to measure the achievement;

    (ii) Assist the business community in enhancing the existing system, procedures and policy to curb any kinds of corruption effectively and efficiently through the CISM Value Chain;

    (iii) Evaluate the effectiveness of implementing the CISM Value Chain.

    In 2017, there was a review study on the effectiveness of CISM, enhancement of CIP program and the role of Corporate Integrity Roundtable members. Among the action taken was to unify and strengthen the function of the Corporate Integrity Roundtable by reviewing the role of each member.

    In 2018, the Corporate Integrity Roundtable membership was expanded to include the National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption (GIACC) as a new member in accordance to the structural changes of the ruling government. Currently, the CISM Roundtable consists of 7 organizations, which are the MACC, Integrity Institute of Malaysia (IIM), Transparency International Malaysia, Companies Commission of Malaysia, Securities Commission of Malaysia, Bursa Malaysia Berhad and GIACC.