Four departments make up the CEO’s Office – Risk Management; Internal Audit; Integrity and Corporate Governance; and Information Technology – each provides its own capacity to ensure that enterprise-level plans and objectives are translated into the plans of the other various departments.
The strategic objective of the Risk Management Department is to provide effective and robust risk management practices in the EPF. This is to ensure proactive management of risks in the face of uncertainties in the operating environment and to mitigate possible adverse effects.
The Internal Audit Department provides independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve EPF's operations.
It also helps the EPF accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, internal controls and governance processes.
The Integrity and Corporate Governance Department establishes a management system which is efficient, transparent and has the highest degree of integrity.
This is to ascertain and to resolve highly impacted current issues as well as to enforce the preventive and rehabilitative measures to overcome corruption, handling of disciplinary cases, abuse of power and malpractices prohibited by laws and regulations.