Whistle-Blowing Policy

In an effort to strengthen corporate governance processes and practices, IE Singapore has adopted a Whistle-Blowing Policy to provide a platform for you to raise any concerns you may have on possible improprieties that involve IE Singapore’s staff and/or business partners.

Reporting Channels

You might want to contact us via the below modes:


For local callers: 1800 337 8120
For overseas callers: +65 6337 8120




Whistle-blowing Investigation Officer 
Internal Audit Division 
International Enterprise Singapore
230 Victoria Street
Level 10, Bugis Junction Office Tower,
Singapore 188024

How and What to Report

Whistle-blowers may use any of the available communication channels mentioned in the above section to report their concerns.

To enable IE Singapore to effectively investigate your concerns, the following information should be provided, where possible:

  • Name(s) of person(s)/company(ies) involved; 
  • Date, time and location of incident; 
  • Frequency of occurrence of the incident;
  • Value of any money or assets involved; 
  • Physical evidence (if any);
  • Any other information that may substantiate the concern;

Whistle-blowers should report their concerns in good faith.  

We encourage whistle-blowers to put their names to the allegations in case further information or clarification is required.  To the extent feasible and permissible under the law, IE Singapore will make every effort not to reveal the identity of the whistle-blower.

Types of Improprieties

Possible improprieties include but are not limited to the following:

This generally relates to the use of deception or misrepresentation to obtain an unjust advantage.  It can also involve the theft or misappropriation of IE Singapore’s assets.

Corrupt Conduct
Corrupt conduct can take many forms including seeking, obtaining or offering secret commissions, theft, embezzlement, forgery, misuse of information, documents or materials acquired in the course of employment and dishonest performance of functions.

Questionable Accounting and Auditing Practices
Broadly, this refers to practices that do not comply with accounting or auditing standards, or are fraudulent or deceptive.

Adverse Behavior
This can involve illegal behaviour, including drug sale or use, violence or threatened violence, criminal damage against property and serious breaches against IE Singapore’s code of conduct.