We are a group of expert practitioners based in Malaysia focused on building companies and countries of integrity, well protected against the destructive impact of corruption. Our clients range from major international conglomerates and government agencies to SMEs. We have seen that a strategic and well-executed set of quality integrity measures supported by good leadership can effectively prevent, detect and respond to corruption. As experienced implementers of the ISO 37001: 2016 Anti-Bribery Management System and ‘adequate procedures’, we are experts in anti-corruption practices and the design and implementation of corporate integrity systems for corporations of all sizes, as well as entire nations.
Once organisations are able to successfully defend their assets from the effects of corruption and bribery risk, we know that they can continue performing and delivering on their goals and targets consistently.
Trident Integrity Solutions Sdn Bhd was founded in 2015 by CEO, Dr Mark Lovatt, who recognised the crucial importance of high-quality, affordable expertise to protect organisations of all types from the effects of corruption. Dr Lovatt brought with him a wealth of experience from his previous roles, most recently Transparency International Malaysia, to establish the well-designed programmes he and his team implement with a wide variety of clients both in Malaysia and internationally. His work is recognised by both national and global organisations, reflected in his regular speaking engagements in Malaysia and across the region and his position on the regional Private Sector Advisory Group of UNDP.
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Trident Integrity is helmed by the best in the anti-corruption and business integrity industries. We’re equipped with the knowledge, experience, and capability to establish world-class integrity systems.
Dr Mark LovattCEO of Trident Integrity
Dr Mark Lovatt is the CEO and Principle Consultant of Trident Integrity, an internationally-recognised expert at strengthening integrity infrastructure in organisations across Malaysia and the Asia-Pacific region, and one of the few PECB-certified Lead Implementers for ISO 37001. He was previously the Business Integrity Programme Manager at Transparency International Malaysia and the Managing Director of the organisation’s consultancy arm, TI BIP Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
Dr Lovatt is a thought-leader in the area of business integrity and a pioneer in the corporate integrity architecture. His work has been recognised internationally by Governments, global agencies and the business sector. The main designer of Trident’s innovative anti-corruption solutions, he conducts director and senior management training for companies, major institutions, enforcement bodies and regulators in Malaysia and across the region.
Dr Lovatt is the co-founder and Secretary-General of the Business Integrity Alliance, established in 2016 to facilitate collective action in the business sector, drive change in combatting corruption and share best practice. Under this position, he heads the Transparency & Integrity Committee at European-Malaysian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Dr Lovatt has worked with the Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia on anti-corruption matters affecting the business sector many times over the years. He assisted the Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) in preparing the Guidelines on Adequate Procedures for companies implementing anti-corruption programmes, editing the follow-up Best Practice Handbook published in conjunction with the GIACC in March 2021. Dr Lovatt also serves with the UN as a member of the UNDP SE Asia Private Sector Advisory Group, Infrastructure Platform, with a specialisation in using advanced technology to combat corruption.
Hazel LimSenior Associate
Hazel Lim is a Senior Associate of Trident Integrity with experience in implementing anti-corruption programmes for both small and large corporations. Her areas of work with Trident Integrity include anti-corruption policy writing, client engagements, integrity programmes and anti-corruption research. She was one of the editors in the MACC Act Section 17A Adequate Procedures Best Practice Handbook published by Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and Business Integrity Alliance. Previously, she was an enhanced due diligence analyst in the risk department of Thomson Reuters.
Nur Afifah Noor AzlanSenior Associate
Nur Afifah Noor Azlan is the Senior Associate at Trident Integrity with experiences in implementing ISO 37001:2016 Anti-Bribery Management System and ‘adequate procedures’ in organisation of various industries, including public-listed companies.
Her areas of work with Trident Integrity include research and development of anti-corruption infrastructure materials such as policies, procedures and briefing materials, managing anti-corruption projects through the full project cycle, and managing the day-to-day client relationship. She was also one of the editors of MACC Act Section 17A Adequate Procedures Best Practice Handbook published by Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and Business Integrity Alliance.
She had a five-year stint in a subsidiary of Selangor state developer where she was entrusted with the roles of human capital, corporate planning, strategic management and event planning. Prior to that, she was also attached to Naza and United Overseas Bank.
Afifah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (Hons) from HELP University.
Jayasantini is an Associate in Trident Integrity. She has experience in implementing both ISO 37001:2016 Anti Bribery Management System (ABMS) and ‘adequate procedures’. Her areas of work with Trident include anti-corruption policy writing, anti-corruption research and development, anti-corruption auditing, Corruption Risk Assessment (CRA), client engagement and technical support. She is also the company’s main resource in supporting Dr Lovatt in the field of using advanced technology to combat corruption.
She was also one of the editors in the MACC Act Section 17A Adequate Procedures Best Practice Handbook published by Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and Business Integrity Alliance. Previously, she worked in the Corporate Communications Department of Malaysian Resources Corporation Berhad (MRCB).
Jayasantini is a graduate of the Northern University of Malaysia (UUM) with a Bachelor (Hons) in International Affairs Management. She also obtained a Professional Certificate in IBM Data Science.