At A Glance

At A Glance

  • April 2018

    Financial Times (FT) 1000 High-Growth Companies Asia Pacific 2018

    IFCA has been awarded by FT for recording a 45% revenue growth from 2013-2016. Our innovation and growth has been recognised as one of the driving force of Asian-Pacific economies in the 21st century.

    IFCA Academy

    IFCA has been in the property business for 30 years and we are in a good position to help businesses succeed in this industry. IFCA Academy offers capability-building programmes curated to preserve business knowledge in industries where we are specialised in. Sign up at Click here to go to IFCA Academy

  • August 2018

    IFCA explores into Indo-China international market

    IFCA continues its geographic expansion strategy, by establishing presence in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The region has good potential as it is a developing economic zone within the greater ASEAN region.

  • December 2017

    30th Anniversary Gala Dinner

    The grand event was held at JW Marriott, and approximately 400 clients, business associates and colleagues attended! We presented cheques to Kiwanis Job Training Centre (KJTC), National Stroke Association of Malaysia (NASAM) and Beautiful Gate - caps for Long-Service Award There were also awards for Long-Term Business Partnership Award, IFCA Integrated Solutions Award and IFCA Long-Service Award. Click here to view the photos.

  • Official launch of IFCA Accelerator Programme (IAP)

    We launched IAP in Google Singapore. IAP is a collaboration with Google Cloud, and we aim to nurture and develop local prop-tech companies by providing fundraising, business networking and mentorship. If you have a prop-tech start-up, submit your application to or

  • November 2017

    Positive financial results for Q3

    IFCA posted 9M17 net profit of RM5.9mil vs.RM4.4mil loss in 9M16, and has been in the black the previous five quarters. For 3Q17, the revenue was up 11.7% on-quarter.

  • October 2017

    30th Anniversary roadshow

    The 30th Anniversary celebration started with a roadshow – KL, Penang, JB and Kuching. Many keywords were shared - AI, BI, Machine Learning, Data-Driven Marketing, Programmatic Ads, Cloud - and if you are keen on finding out more about them, get in touch with us. Anish Malhotra and Dennis Ser from Google Cloud also spoke at our event.

  • September 2017

    Drive for data-driven marketing continues

    We generated leads that exceeded the projected numbers for a project with balance units in Penang. Previously, we generated more than 4,417 leads within 4.5 months for a project in KL. Get in touch with us if you are interested in a data-driven campaign for your project.

  • May 2017

    IFCA 2.0

    IFCA MSC Berhad embarked on a transformational programme known as IFCA 2.0, which aims to strengthen positive growth rates for the next few years. Find out more about it here.



IFCA Group is committed to a high degree of integrity, transparency and good governance in the conduct of its operations. In view of this, the Whistleblower Policy has been established to encourage and provide an avenue for a whistleblower to raise concerns of any wrongdoings without fear of reprisals.

Objective of the Policy

The policy is:

  • To help develop a culture of accountability and integrity within IFCA Group of Companies
  • To provide a safe and confidential avenue for ALL employees, external parties and other stakeholders to raise concerns about any poor or unacceptable practice or misconduct
  • To reassure whistleblowers that they will be protected from detrimental action or unfair treatment for disclosing concerns in GOOD FAITH;
  • To deter misconduct and promote standards of good corporate practices.

Scope of the Policy

This Policy governs the disclosures, reporting and investigation of misconduct within the Group as well as the protection offered to the persons making those disclosures from detrimental action in accordance to Whistleblower Protection Act 2010.

The scope of the policy applies to IFCA Group´s staff, Board members and other stakeholders.

Misconduct includes:

  • Criminal offences like corruption, bribery, fraud;
  • Intentional misrepresentations, misstatements, omissions, directly or indirectly affecting financial statements; or
  • Failure to comply with any legal obligations;
  • Danger to the health and safety of any individual or the environment;
  • Improper conduct or unethical behavior; or
  • Attempts to conceal any of the above.

Protection to Whistleblower

It is the Group´s policy to provide the whistleblower protection in term of confidentiality of information, and safeguard the whistleblower from any act of interference that may be detrimental to the whistleblower. The Group assures that all reports will be treated with strict confidentiality and upon verification of genuine cases, prompt investigation will be carried out.

Procedures of IFCA Group Whistleblowing Policy

Any person may report allegations of suspected serious misconduct or any breach or suspected breach of law or regulation that may adversely impact the Company.

Notification on the Outcome of the Disclosure

The Group reserves the right not to inform the whistleblower of the precise action plan and/or the outcome of the investigation as this may infringe a duty of confidentiality owned to someone else.

Communication Channel

The Whistleblower should initially communicate a Reportable Misconduct to the Chairman of the Company or Chairman of Audit Committee in writing.

IFCA Group also has provided various avenues which employees, vendors or contractors are encouraged to use to report allegations of wrongdoing or unethical business behavior such as follows:

+603-7805 3838

+603-7804 0206

Chairman of IFCA/Chairman of Audit Committees
19, Wisma IFCA, Jalan PJU 1/42a, Dataran Prima,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.

Required Evidence

The Whistleblower should, at a minimum, be required to provide in the complaint or report, in writing, information regarding the type of activity or conduct constitutes the Reportable Misconduct, identify the person(s) suspected as being involved, when it occurred and who was affected. The information should be first-hand knowledge of the facts disclosed in the Report.

In the event there is insufficient evidence to support their allegation, the Whistleblower should not be discouraged from making a Report.

Process of Making Disclosure