SAKURA ENGLY: Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading on-demand transportation platform recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Cambodia’s Anti-Corruption Unit in Phnom Penh, confirming the company’s commitment to good governance, strict compliance and highest standards of operations in the country. Under the MoU, Grab and ACU will develop and strengthen collaborative efforts to build a transparency culture to prevent and combat corruption through effective cooperation between the parties.
“We are honoured that the ACU has agreed for Grab to sign this MOU today”, said Wee Tang Yee, Grab’s country head for Cambodia and Thailand at the signing ceremony. “As Southeast Asia’s homegrown ride-hailing company, Grab places great importance on strict adherence to good governance and transparency in the way we manage our operations in all the eight markets and 168 cities in Asean that we are in,” he said.
“Region wide, Grab is also well-recognised for its good corporate citizenship and record of compliance. We believe that companies must contribute responsibly to the countries in which they operate and encourage other companies in the technology industry to do the same. This MoU signing with ACU underlines our commitment to adhering to stringent business ethics in order to build trust in the community, and committing to the long term development of the countries in which we operate.”
Photo by: Engly Tuy (Sakura)
Wee Tang Yee, Grab’s country head for Cambodia and Thailand
Wee Tang Yee and Keang Seng, vice-president of the ACU, signing the MoU
Wee Tang Yee, Grab’s country head for Cambodia and Thailand and Keang Seng, vice-president of the ACU, signing the MoU
Guests attend Grab’s signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Anti-Corruption Unit