Case Study

BTL Construction: Was it bribery or just business as usual?

9 pages
November 2007
Reference: IMD-3-1904

Baju Soki, director of BTL Construction and employee of First National Bank learned about a possible bribe of BTL Construction or one of its consultancies to secure a large scale construction project. When confronted with those allegations, the CEO of BTL Construction became very agitated. What should Baju do as a Board member? How should he react to the possible bribery? What implications would this have on his career and on the company?

Learning Objective

Discuss bribery and its consequences from a Board member’s perspective. Learn what measures can be taken to avoid or deal with bribery.

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Bribery, Corruption, Construction
Settings
Indonesia
Construction and Engineering
2007
Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2007
Available Languages
English
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