Directors of Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy

No Name Details
1 pengarah 4 Name
Deputy Commissioner Dato' Hj Idris bin Zaharudin
Year of Service
August 2017 – Now
2 pengarah 4 Name
Deputy Commissioner Dato' Norazlan bin Mohd Razali
Year of Service
December 2016 – July 2017
3   pengarah 4 Name
Deputy Commissioner Dato' Abdul Wahab Bin Abdul Aziz
Year of Service
August 2011 – November 2016
4 pengarah 3 Name
Deputy Commissioner Dato' Samarajoo Manikam 
Year of Service
August 2007 – July 2011
5 pengarah 2 Name
Sir R.Rathakirushnan
Year of Service
March 2006 – August 2007
6 pengarah 1 Name
Dato' Sri Hj. Abu Kassim bin Mohammed
Year of Service
December 2005 – February 2006

History of MACA

  • The establishment of Malaysia Anti –Corruption Academy (MACA) was announced by Honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at the 4th steering committee meeting of ADB-OECD Anti Corruption Initiative for Asia and the Pacific held in Kuala Lumpur. In general MACA will be the regional hub for anti –corruption capacity and capability building to fight corruption by promoting best practices in investigation, monitoring and enforcement and venturing in new areas such as forensic accounting and forensic engineering.
  • Many international institutions and organizations have agreed to cooperate with Malaysia in developing anti-corruption programmes including conducting the courses, trainings, seminars and workshops annually that would cater for the Asia Pacific region. This is made possible through the bilateral and multilateral networkings with other enforcement agencies in the region such as the ICAC Hong Kong, FBI, BMR Brunei Darussalam, KICAC (Republic of Korea), CPIB Singapore, NCCC Thailand and many others. Through these programmes, it is hoped that MACA will become an important anti-corruption learning and training centre in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • The establishment of MACA will enhance the competency and professionalism of the Anti-Corruption Agency officers. MACA will be responsible for preparing the courses in various fields such as investigation, prosecution, Intelligence, prevention, financial management, security, leadership, training for trainers and information technology.This is in line with the government’s intention to improve the capacity and capability of the Anti Corruption Agency (ACA) in the fight against corruption and to improve public service delivery system. Through MACA’s training programmes, the ACA officers would be more competent to carry out their duties more efficiently and speedily to combat corruption. The academy, the first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region will also act as a principal anti-corruption training center. The establishment of this academy reflects the seriousness and commitment of the Malaysian government to combat corruption and also as part of its contribution to the international community in the global fight against corruption.


  • To strengthen the independence, transparency and professionalism of MACC officers in executing their duties;
  • To enhance the accountability and integrity of MACC officers through effective and continuous training programmes;
  • To train human capital in public sectors to optimise the capacity and capability of anti-corruption;
  • To increase anti-corruption training programmes through smart partnership with the private sectors;
  • To expand the collaboration and cooperation with enforcement agencies, training institutions and international bodies; and
  • To organize the capacity and capability development programmes for global community.

Vision & Mission

  • To be a world class centre of excellence in anti-corruption


  • To lead dynamic, progressive and continuous development of MACC’s human capital;
  • To increase the capacity and capability of public and private sectors in preventing corruption through smart partnerships; and
  • To strengthen strategic partnership network at the international level through anti-corruption training programmes.

Organization Chart


Client Charter

We are committed to provide excellent training programs in line with our vision to improve skills, competency and professionalism of anti-corruption enforcement officers. We pledge to:


  • Devise and manage excellent training programs, seminars and workshops with highest possible standards;
  • Disseminate information on various training programs to local agencies within a month and to international agencies within three months;
  • Engage well–trained and reputable training staffs with expertise in the relevant fields such as investigation, intelligence, law & prosecution, inspection & consultation , community education, training methodology, management and finance;
  • Provide best facilities and pleasant atmosphere for learning; and
  • Prompt response within two weeks to all enquiries pertaining to our training program.


Logo MACA baru

The logo was redesign by Shahrim bin Mohamad, Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA).

Basic elements used are lines, design and colors. Different motive used to define the elements creatively and aesthetically in line with MACA corporate image

The design is based on the vision, mission and the main objectives of MACA.

Eclipse Represents MACA as a learning and research centre to combat corruption professionally and efficiently in the global arena.
Square Represents MACA as a leader in providing training and research facilities in the prevention corruption and at the same time progressive in using modern technology to achieve its aims. It also means MACA as a training centre which provides and conducts both local and international training programmes, colloquiums, seminars, forums and workshops. Furthermore it also represents MACA as a reliable institution in anti-corruption in deliver training.
The colors used are a combination of colors Malaysia.  
  Represents MACA's code of ethics which are cooperation, discipline and hardworking.
  Represents efficiency, coherence and excitement in providing training and research.
  Represents sovereignty and trustworthiness.


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