Gardens by the Bay was incorporated on 11 November 2011 under the Companies Act (Cap 50) of Singapore as a public company limited by guarantee (Registration number 201132829N). The Gardens is committed to high standards of corporate governance, professionalism and integrity to safeguard the best interest of its stakeholders. We recognize that a good corporate governance structure with clear internal control systems, reporting and responsibility lines, and procedures is essential for the Gardens to achieve its vision to be a people’s garden and a world-class attraction.
The Gardens has established a whistle-blowing policy to provide an avenue for all employees to raise concerns about possible improprieties and obstructive actions which they become aware of in course of their work and to provide reassurance that they will be protected from reprisals for whistle-blowing in good faith and without malice. All cases reported will be objectively investigated and appropriate follow-up action will be taken accordingly. Incidents of wrongdoings can be reported to the Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee, the Chief Executive Officer and his deputies or Director of Human Resource & Administration.