Our Sustainability Development Goals

In 2021, we launched our Sustainability Framework, towards becoming a more sustainable socially responsible company that embraces sustainability values across all our business practices, as we aim to become carbon-neutral by 2050.

We are committed towards enhancing our business model in accordance with our Sustainability Framework, with the aim to create, deliver, and capture value for all our stakeholders without depleting the natural, economic, and social capital that we rely on. This is in line with our corporate commitments that address climate change, social injustice, and corporate governance, as a member of the CEO Action Network (CAN) and also in accordance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs).

GHL Systems Berhad proudly adopts the following four SDGs to show the Group’s commitment towards the Global Sustainability Agenda.
Decent Work  and Economic Growth

Human Resource Policies comply with relevant legislations. 

Measures for remote working include uprading company hardware and video conferencing capabilities. 

Not forgetting, health and safety contingency plans for COVID-19. 
Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure

Collaboration with Malaysian Digital Economic Corporation to share insights in the industry.

Introduction of INSTANT and GROW services to improve the livelihood of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

Pioneer of the digital 'Credit Community' initiative to make financing more accessible to small businesses.
Climate Action

Installation of solar panels to lower net carbon emissions from GHL's operations.

GHL collaborates with Econinja for tree and coral planting initiatives in order to enhance biodiversity.
Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

Adoption of numerous policies such as Anti-Money Laundering Policy, Anti Bribery and Corruption Policy, as well as Whistleblowing Policy.

It also includes Customer Due Diligence by the Group's Risk Department and a robust cyber security system that protects customer data.

Our Sustainability Pillars
GHL's road map towards greater sustainability practices will take course through four key aspects - Corporate and Business Integrity, Customer Growth, Environmental Excellence, as well as Sustainable Workforce and Community, which lays down the foundation for our Sustainability Framework. We have identified and prioritised material sustainability matters that influence the way we operate and the importance towards our stakeholders under these four sustainability pillars. 

Customer Growth

  • Customer Data Privacy
  • Cyber Security
  • Anti-Money Laundering Policy
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
  • Whistleblowing Policy
  • Customer Due Diligence
Corporate and Business Integrity

  • Customer Data Privacy
  • Cyber Security
  • Anti-Money Laundering Policy
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
  • Whistleblowing Policy
  • Customer Due Diligence
Environmental Excellence

  • Water Stewardship
  • Climate Change
  • Waste Management
  • Customer Due Diligence
Sustainable Workforce and Community

  • Labour and Human Rights
  • Employee Diversity and Inclusivity
  • Conducive Workplace
  • Talent Attraction and Retention
  • Human Capital Development
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Supply Chain Development
Sustainability Initiatives
Environmental Excellence
We are collaborating with Econinja in conjunction with their tree planning and coral planting initiative to enhance biodiversity, while contributing to climate change mitigation efforts. We look forward to contribute approximately 300 trees or 50 m2 of coral reefs as part of GHL’s environmental initiatives. 
Renewable Energy
We are installing solar panels as part of the GHL’s sustainability drive. These solar panels will absorb the sun's rays and convert them into electricity or heat, through photovoltaic effect, while lowering the net carbon emissions from GHL’s operations to addresses the issue of climate change.
CSR Campaigns
We led a fund raising CSR campaign and used that money to buy supplies from some of our merchants who have been hit hard from the effects of the pandemic, to help them stay afloat. The supplies bought were then donated to seven selected deserving beneficiaries across ASEAN: 
Malaysia: AiYiDe Old Folks Home, Sunteck Handicapped Welfare Home, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, FRIM, and Woo & Meow Animal Shelter Organization
Thailand: Pankan by Yuvabadhana Foundation 
Philippines: Kythe Foundation

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