Whistle Blower

Whistle Blowing At Coronation Merchant Bank

Whistleblowing is an essential part of Coronation Merchant Bank’s overall approach to preventing and detecting misconduct, as well as to foster and maintain ethics where everyone adheres to the Bank’s policies, as well as applicable laws and regulations. 

 

Who can make a report?

Any person with a valid reason can make a report. All reports must be based on facts, and any allegations contained in it must be true and verifiable. 

 

Whistle-Blowing Procedure

In line with the bank’s Whistle Blowing Policy, Coronation Merchant Bank expects all its employees, Directors and stakeholders to observe the highest level of integrity and probity     in their daily dealings with the Bank and all its stakeholders. The policy provides a clear framework and guidance for reporting suspected breaches of laws and regulations and the Bank’s internal policies. KPMG Professional Services has  been contracted by the Bank to provide consulting assistance in the implementation of the policy. The policy provides that suspected wrongdoing by an employee, vendor, supplier or consultant may be reported through KPMG’s Ethics reporting channels provided below.

Telephone

KPMG lines:

  • Etisalat: 0809 993 6366
  • Globacom: 0705 889 0140
  • MTN: 0703 0000 026 | 0703 0000 027
  • Airtel: 0808 8228 888 | 0708 0601 222

KPMG E-Mail

kpmgethicsline@ng.kpmg.com

KPMG Web-link

https://apps.ng.kpmg.com/ethics

The Bank’s Chief Audit Executive has the responsibility for monitoring and reporting on whistle-blowing issues. Quarterly reports are also rendered to the Board Audit  Committee.

Individuals interested in whistleblowing may also do so to the CBN via:

Ethics & Anti-Corruption Helpline

+234 9 462 39246

+234 9 462 36000

ethicsoffice@cbn.gov.ng

anticorruptionunit@cbn.gov.ng

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