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JOEBM 2020 Vol.8(3): 163-168 ISSN: 2301-3567
DOI: 10.18178/joebm.2020.8.3.631

Banker Professional Ethics Violation in Banking Business

Ida Nurhayati and Eri Ester Khairas
Abstract—This study aims to explain what is meant by ethics in carrying out the profession as a banker, can be one of the reasons for the profession. For that, we need to understand. Qualitative research methods with normative juridical and sociological research. Analysis using a mixture of Monster Grid and Quinney. The problem of this research, Ethical issues are not made in the banker's professional guidelines. This can occur, among others, because of: 1. Weak internal controls; 2. Supervision is avoided by non-formal factors, such as lifestyle, social and cultural factors; 3. Not yet adhered to the ethical principles of the professional code of ethics, only because of the principles of the Banker's Code of Ethics. Specifically, it is still given to each bank to improve the code of ethics by the conditions of the bank. In the end, it can be concluded as official, SOP on each part and level, but if it is not based on ethics in every operational activity, then resolving and discussing the issue of "trust" will always occur.

Index Terms—Professional code of ethics, business, professional crime.

Ida Nurhayati and Eri Ester Khairas are with State Polytechnic of Jakarta, Indonesia (e-mail: ida.nurhayati@akuntansi.pnj.ac.id, eri.esterkhairas@pnj.ac.id).

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Cite:Ida Nurhayati and Eri Ester Khairas, "Banker Professional Ethics Violation in Banking Business," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 163-168, 2020.

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