Who We Are
Our team of experts and partners have grown, so has the depth and expanse of our expertise. In 2020, the firm was established as VisionEthics Advisory Services Sdn Bhd (“VisionEthics”), led by the three partners and an experienced support team with diverse expertise.
Rezaidi specializes in Integrity Assessment Tool (IAT), Community Integrity Building (CIB), Corruption Risk Management (CRM), implementation of ISO 37001: Anti-Corruption Management System (ABMS), Guidelines on Adequate Procedures Section 17(A) Corporate Liability Provisions of MACC Act and also conducts training on instruments related to the Corporate Integrity System. Rezaidi also serves as an advisor in the task force in connection with the establishment of the Integrity and Governance Unit for the private sector and statutory bodies.
Mohd Rezaidi Mohd Ishak is a former Deputy Director and Lead Consultant from the Malaysian Institute of Integrity. He served 14 years of national service at the Institute. His primary scope there was promoting The National Anti-Corruption Plan agenda (NACP) and related instruments such as Anti Bribery Management System ISO37001, Corruption Risk Management, Integrity Assessment Tool and Corporate Integrity System training programme to promote corporate governance, business ethics and corporate sustainability.
He is also the former President of the Malaysian Certified Integrity Officer (ACEIO) from 2012-2016. During his tenure, ACEIO played a key role in initiating the cooperation of ACEIO and SIRIM to introduce ABMS ISO37001: 2016 certification. He is also actively involved in the development of standards (ISO and Standard Malaysia) with the Department of Standard Malaysia and has been a regular committee and associate member in the development of standards such as MS1900: 2015 Shariah Quality Management System, ISO26000 Social Responsibilities, ISO 37001: 2016 ABMS and ISO37000 Organisations the Government.
Datin Radhika specializes in areas related to establishing Integrity and Anti-Corruption programmes, implementation of ISO 37001: Anti-Bribery Management System and implementation of Corruption Risk Management, S17A and Adequate Procedures Guidelines.
Datin Radhika Nandrajog has over 21 years of cross border experience in strategic consulting, corporate finance and audit, governance and integrity, and anti-corruption and risk management advisory services.
She was a former Consultant at Inspection and Advisory Division, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). Her primary role as Chief Operating Officer, was to establish the first Anti-Corruption and Ethics (ACE) Centre in Malaysia. This Centre acts as a centralised resource; knowledge and solution centre when dealing with corruption in Malaysia from an educative and preventive stand and is used to connect the MACC to the public and private sectors to help fight corruption. The fundamental objective was to enhance integrity, governance and address anti-corruption on the agenda of organisations. Her responsibilities included reporting directly to the Chief Commissioner and Board. Her roles also included providing support for developing MACC’s Corruption Risk Management (CRM) services.
Prior to this, Radhika was part of the Corporate Finance team at PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia, providing valuation and strategic consulting services to clients operating within the Government and Private sectors. Her notable contributions include the development of strategic blueprints for public listed companies, project management and financial due diligence of major conglomerates. Radhika is a qualified Fellow Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ACA, FCA). She trained and worked with BDO Simpson Xavier (Ireland) and was the leader in charge of the firm’s major clients including large property development and investment, telecommunication and pharmaceutical companies amongst other major conglomerates operating within Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Teh’s specialization is in Corruption Risk Management implementation and training; establishing integrity programs, implementation of ISO 37001: Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS), and Enterprise Risk Management. He regularly speaks at conferences on corruption risk management, S17A and Adequate Procedures Guidelines.
Mr. Teh Chau Chin was a former Consultant at Inspection and Advisory Division, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). His primary scope of work is in establishing Enterprise Risk Management framework (ERM) for MACC and developing Corruption Risk Management (CRM) service for public and private sectors. His role also includes providing support for MACC’s Anti-Corruption & Ethics Centre (ACE).
Prior to MACC, Mr Teh was Executive Director at KPMG Bangkok and Associate Director at KPMG Malaysia in the Risk Advisory and Compliance Services practices. He has over 26 years’ experience in financial & internal audits, enterprise risk management and other governance, risk and compliance advisory services. He worked closely with the boards and senior management on establishing ERM framework in line with international risk management standards. Mr Teh also served 2 years as the Chief Risk Officer of a public listed company in Malaysia.
Tze Chin has over 12 years of working experience in a variety of capacities at both private companies and civil society organization. Her work has bridged both public and private sectors and she has been involved in advocacy positions related to the environment, sustainability, and anti-corruption, corporate governance and boardroom issues.
She spent 5 years as an Anti-Corruption Advocate for Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M), overseeing the Chapter’s programme development, advocacy, fund-raising, communications, capacity and coalition building and developing strong relations with relevant stakeholders. Her areas of work include citizen engagement on corruption issues, business integrity, youth integrity promotion, anti-corruption research indexes such as Corruption Perceptions Index, Global Corruption Barometer and Business Integrity Country Agenda (BICA). She was involved in the development of the recently released National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP) and represented TI-M at the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) regional meetings and country review.
Beginning 2019, Tze Chin worked as a part-time researcher at a National Institute of Director – covering board room issues such as board diversity, corporate governance code, and environmental, sustainability and governance (ESG). In her freelance capacity, Tze Chin took on the role of analyst in corruption risk management.
She has over 5 years working experience working on climate change issues, mitigation measures, Clean Development Mechanisms (CDMs), carbon mapping programmes, renewable energy initiatives, energy efficiency projects, and forestry advocacy. She was involved in several emission reduction projects that had led to successful registration and issuance of over 20,000 carbon credits by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). She holds a Master of Business Administration in Corporate Governance and a Bachelor Degree in Wood Science and Technology.
Noor Yuslinda has over 14 years of experience in corporate communications, change management and project management, spanning the areas of advocacy, transformation and human resources.
Before her 9-year stint with CIMB, she spent 5 years with the Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM), previously under the Prime Minister’s Office and now under GIACC (INTEGRITI). Her specialization was in Business Ethics and Corporate Integrity and her tasks spanned training, publications, advocacy, project management and external communications. She was part of the secretariat for the UNDP Capacity Building Project and was later selected to be trained under the Asian Young Leaders in Good Governance programme. She was the key person in completing 5 publications for IIM. She was also one of the trainers for the first Certified Integrity Officer (ACeIO) in collaboration with MACC and a permanent trainer for the IIM-Petronas Tun Azizan Circle of Integrity training programme.
She spent 5 years in CIMB’s Transformation Office, where she was part of a joint team with Ernst & Young to drive internal communications for the implementation of the 2015 GST project. Prior to that, she was part of the external communications team in joint collaboration with Accenture, developing content for 8 million CIMB customers in preparation for the core banking system upgrade. She was the Editor and Internal Communications lead for Transformation Office, tasked with revamping and reviving internal content and communication channels. She spent 4 years in CIMB Group Human Resources, in regional management reporting and then rotated to Regional Human Resources Business Partner Support Lead. During her tenure, she was appointed as the Business Continuity Management Divisional Continuity Coordinator (HR) for and was the secretariat in several key projects – from the sale of CIMB’s equities business and to being one of the focal point for the Digital HR project, where she helmed the Change Management pillar.
She is currently free-lancing in the area of content and communications and doing research in the area of corporate integrity and assessment beginning October 2020.
Dato’ Muhammad Salim Sundar served the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for more than 39 years. He has vast experience in intelligence, investigation, prosecution, corruption prevention, corporate communication, human resource and finance management, performance monitoring and coordination, and advisory role in disciplinary, training, security and safety.
As Director of Monitoring and Coordination, he formulated, coordinated and monitored KPI for MACC and had helped to achieve 99.36% in 2015 and five star ratings for security, financial management and Human Resource Management System. He retired with the rank of Deputy Commissioner. Upon retirement, he was re-appointed contractually to manage governance and integrity at the MARA University of Technology (UiTM). Upon retirement, he was employed on contractual basis at the newly established National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption at the Prime Minister’s Department. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Centre and in the development of the National Anti-Corruption Plan. At present, he is the founding member and trustee to the Perdana International Anti-Corruption Champion Foundation. Dato’ Muhammad Salim Sundar had presented numerous working papers on governance, integrity and prevention of corruption, domestically and internationally, namely in Bangkok (Thailand), Dili (Timor Leste), Paris (France), New Delhi (India), and Sendai (Japan).
Dato Paduka Muhammad Juanda Abdul Rashid was formerly a Solicitor General with the Government of Brunei Darussalam (2016 – 2017). He served as the Director of Anti-Corruption Bureau Brunei (2011 – 2017) where his experience was at the forefront of combating corruption through investigation, prevention, education. He held the position as the Permanent Secretary of Law and Welfare in the Prime Minister’s Office of the Government of Brunei (2014 – 2017) that oversaw the administrative functions and policies of the Legal and Judicial Services in Brunei Darussalam. He graduated in Bachelor’s of Law from the University of Northumbria at Newcastle United Kingdom and a Barrister member of the Lincoln’s Inn of England.
He specialises in building organisational integrity, anti-corruption and good-governance compliance in both the public and commercial sector. He has presented papers on specialised topics including Corruption investigation, assets recovery, money laundering, organisational integrity, ethical leadership, ethical decision making and leadership, Private Sector Corruption and Corporate Liability. He has been engaged by International Anti Corruption Academy (IACA) Regional Summer Academy in the field of Corporate Liability, Organisational Integrity and Ethical Decision Making and later with the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA) Qatar in the field of Conflict of Interest and Misconduct in Public Office. In 2019 – 2020, he was engaged on a full time basis for a year with the GIACC – Governance Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre, Prime Minister’s Office of the Goverment of Malaysia. His engagement was providing consultancy and training in the area of Corporate Liability Compliance and Adequate procedures Compliance in preparing for the entry into force of the new law on Corporate Liability under Section 17A of Malaysia Anti Corruption Comission Act.
Rosnan bin Mohd Ali is currently a dedicated Technical Expert for Certification Audit ISO 37001:2016 – Anti-Bribery Management System, with diverse investigation operation experience under the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act 2009, for both the public and private sectors.
He has experience in providing customized solutions to address specific customers’ requirements, improving overall implementation, toward building a comprehensive adequate Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS). He is a Certified Integrity Officer, Member of the Association of Certified Integrity Officer (ACeIO) and was with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency for 36 years, including 9 years with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA) where he oversaw the Corporate Integrity Development Centre (CIDC). He retired from Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency in March 2016, as Senior Assistant Commissioner.
He was also instrumental in crafting the guideline to assist public and private organisation in understanding what are the adequate procedures that should be implemented to prevent the occurrence of corrupt practices in relation to their activities. Pursuant to Section 17A (5) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Act 2009, referring to commercial organisation, 5 adequate procedures principles his expertise include the focus areas of Top-Level Commitment, Risk Assessment, Undertaking Control Measures, Systemic Review, Monitoring and Enforcement as well as Training & Communication.
Zarizal bin Ahmad has more than 23 years experience as an Enforcement Officer, under Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) with strong exposure and involvement in various form of criminal investigation, intelligence gathering, prosecution, community education, prevention methodology and development of human capital (training). Upon his retirement as Senior Assistant Commissioner (SAC), he was contractually engaged to head and lead the Private Sector of Research and Development, Inspection and Consultancy Division in MACC.
His core competency is in capability, competency, application and specialization delineated to relevant laws and provision, notably the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Act 2009, where his main contribution is in the areas of criminal investigation and intelligence gathering. He is a subject matter expert (SME) on the MACC’s PEACE Model Interviewing Technique- a model used by the commission in interviewing witnesses, suspects and accused persons. En. Zarizal also a key person in designing and developing the training modules related to MACC PEACE Model Interview technique.
Zarizal continues to contribute as a consultant, advisor and speaker, covering Corruption Risk Management & Assessment, National Anti Corruption Plan (NACP) and Organizational Anti Corruption Plan OACP), Investigation Technique, Laws on Corruption and Awareness topics. He is also a Certified Integrity Officer (CeIO).
Alan has over 30 years of diversified experience in the private, public and civil society sectors in the areas of governance, integrity, anti-corruption and training.
He was Special Officer to the Federal Minister responsible for Governance and Integrity, and then as Principle Private Secretary to the Federal Minister, was responsible for National Unity and Social Well-being. Alan’s work on Governance Policy include contribution towards legislation on statutory Corporate Liability offences, leading to amendments to the MACC Act 2009 and new provisions which was enforced in June 2020. He oversaw the setting up of Governance & Integrity committees across all government ministries and high risk agencies, both at the federal and state level. In partnership with the Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance, he helped research and produce the inaugural 2017 report on Transparency in Corporate Reporting which assessed Malaysia’s Top 100 Public Listed Companies. He has trained over 250 Integrity Officers and assessed more than 40 organisational Integrity plans with diverse corruption risks. He has also presented and moderated on Governance and Integrity at more than 100 industry conferences, seminars and workshops to various stakeholders including government ministries and agencies, business groupings & civil society organisations. Prior to joining the government, Alan was the Executive Director (ED) of TI Malaysia, the local chapter of Transparency International (TI).
Alan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Deakin University, Australia. He is passionate about personal integrity and strongly supportive of initiatives which improve the well-being of citizens.
Marcellinus bin Frederick Lamhai has over 20 years of diversified experience & in the private & public society sectors in the areas of governance, integrity, anti-corruption and training.
He was Section Head of Integrity for 2 years (2019-2020) with Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd. He was pioneer member of Integrity section and responsible for planning, development and implementation integrity and governance framework of Air Selangor. His task , developing and executing corruption risk management (CRM), conducting assessment on ethical practices in the Group, particularly on staff literacy of the policies, procedures and standards; and the development, maintenance and implementation of regular awareness and understanding programs in ethics and integrity.
His biggest uptakes were to enhance the governance and integrity for Procurement department particularly in dealing with 3rd parties (such as vendors and contractors) and high value contacts.
Prior to Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd, Marcel was Head of Continuous Improvement & Project management at CAE Kuala Lumpur Sdn Bhd (formerly AirAsia Academy). He was Executive Director at Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Malaysia from 2015 to 2016.
He is also highly dedicated to the development and advocacy within the field of learning & development, sustainability, environment, process improvement, safety and quality. Marcellinus is also Certified Integrity Officer (CeIO)
He was on the advisory panel for MyHijau’s training for Malaysia Green Technology, Vice President of local chapter, United Nation Global Compact and Executive member of Business Council for Sustainability and Responsibility Malaysia (BCSRM).