Avoid Falling Into Trap, UMS Holds Unlawful Investments Talk

pelaburan tidak sahTUESDAY, 09 DECEMBER – Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) is concerned in bringing awareness to its staff so they do not fall into activities that violates the law.

Earlier this morning, UMS through its Chancellery Department organised a talk on Unlawful Investments for its staff, held at UMS Library Auditorium.

The talk was organised in collaboration with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) which saw various explanations and important information shared by the guest speakers from the bank.

Among the hot topics were talks on financial crimes touching on legal and illegal investment schemes.

UMS staff were asked to report to BNM if they knew of any illegal investment schemes going around.

Meanwhile, Head of Chancellery Department, No’man Hj. Ahmad said the university will not hesitate to take action on employees found to be involved in unauthorised investments.

“At present, UMS will not take any action so as to give opportunities to staff who may be trapped into these investment schemes to analyse and think reasonably of their actions. After which they might be penalised,” he stressed when speaking on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Datuk Dr. Mohd. Harun Abdullah. – SS (fl)

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