Stakeholders and Materiality

Our Stakeholders

Materiality Assessment Process

The materiality assessment is an effective tool to systematically identify and prioritise ESG topics most material to the Group and our stakeholders. Using FY 2022 assessment process as a basis, we incorporated enhancements guided by stakeholder expectations, our operations, and in alignment with Bursa Malaysia’s enhanced Main Market Listing Requirements and the Sustainability Reporting Guide (3rd edition) to create a streamlined process for FY 2023. Employing this updated 4-step process culminated in the development of our updated Materiality Matrix.

01. Identify

In addition to analysing global trends and investor requirements, the material sustainability matters were determined based on their relevance to the Group and stakeholders during the current reporting period.

02. Prioritise

The material topics were then prioritised based on their significance and potential impact on the organisation and its stakeholders through proper survey tools.

03. Analyse

The identified material topics and their prioritisation were collated and plotted on a matrix using the weighted average method.

04. Validate

The resulting materiality matrix was presented and validated by the Sustainability Committee and Board of Directors.

Our Materiality Matrix

Projecting Economic Growth

Dedicated to driving sustainable economic and operational performance, creating long-term value for stakeholders through efficient operations, innovation, and continuous improvement.

  • Operational Performance
  • Economic Performance

Fostering Ethical Business Practices

Upholding the highest standards of corporate governance, anti-corruption measures, effective risk management, and robust data privacy and security practices, ensuring transparency, integrity, and protection of stakeholders' interests.

  • Corporate Governance & Anti-Corruption
  • Data Security & Privacy
  • Risk Management

Regenerating the Environment

Committed to environmental sustainability, integrating climate resilience, energy efficiency, responsible resource use, effective waste management, and responsible water stewardship to minimise our environmental impact and contribute to a healthier, more sustainable planet.

  • Climate Resilience & Energy Efficiency
  • Responsible Resource Use
  • Waste Management
  • Water Stewardship

Empowering People and Communities

Creating a socially responsible environment that prioritises occupational health and safety, embraces diversity, upholds human and labour rights, invests in human capital development and ensures responsible supply chain management, fostering equality, well-being, and sustainable development.

  • Employee Health, Safety & Wellbeing
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Human Rights & Labour Standards
  • Human Capital Development
  • Community Investment & Development
  • Supply Chain Management

Mapping of Material Sustainability Matters

Our ESG strategies are inextricably linked to our material sustainability concerns. The table denotes the interdependence of our pillars, significant stakeholder groups, and the relevant UN SDGs.