The Bank has established an anti-corruption policy to provide a direction and framework for anti-corruption undertakings in accordance with principles and best practices in line with the country’s economic and social environment as well as the finance business.
The Bank encourages the implementation of the anti-corruption policy by companies in its financial business group as appropriate to each company.
Directors, executives, employees, and relevant parties are required to adhere to and practice the anti-corruption policy in their business.
“Corruption” means any form of bribery, whether in the form of giving, demanding, or agreeing to give, or any action of offering, giving, promising, granting, or committing to give any valuables or benefits to a public official, government agency, private entity or responsible individual, whether directly or indirectly, to induce favorable actions or to restrain the person or entity from performing their duties or to commit illegitimate actions. Corruption also includes demanding, obtaining, or agreeing to obtain any illegitimate valuables or benefits for oneself or others to induce favorable actions or to restrain the person from performing either legitimate or illegitimate duties.