The tiger claw figuration in the logo symbolises the Commission’s intrepidity in protecting public interest. These shapes which intersect with each other reflect the co-operation amongst the Commission, the public at large and the enforcement agencies in inculcating integrity.
The edge of the tiger claws that meet each other reflects the Commission’s assertiveness, transparency and efficiency in carrying out its duties.
The 3 colours which are red, gold and black symbolises the Commission;
reflects the assertiveness and firmness of the Commission in forging integrity amongst the enforcement agencies.
reflects the Commission’s boldness in acting dutifully without fear of favour
reflects the Commission’s seriousness in executing its functions