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Our case studies contain analysis and discussion points for users to better understand the legal provisions. They also provide suggestions on how to prevent corruption, fraud and malpractices.

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A director of a finance company offered rebates to the credit manager of a bank for increasing the company’s credit limit. Credits were granted even though the director could not provide sufficient collateral to support his applications.

Ken applied for a loan from a bank through a consultant firm.  The director of the consultant firm falsely claimed that the bank manager had asked for a commission in approving Ken’s application and pocketed the money paid by Ken.

Daniel, a senior credit officer of a bank, conducted a site inspection with his supervisor at a customer’s factory in Guangdong.  When they suspected that a bogus transaction might be involved, the factory owner offered each of them an expensive watch.

Ken was a bank manager. In order to boost his work performance, he proposed to offer commissions to a property agent who agreed to refer clients to apply for mortgage loans through him.

Nelson, a bank manager, accepted commission via his wife from a director of a trading company for providing assistance in approving Letters of Credit.


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