Types of Violations

  1. Violations of the code of ethics / behavior and employment regulations
    Actions which violate the code of ethics / behavior and employment regulations set by the Company
  2. Conflict of interest
    Situation or condition where GMF personnel who obtains power and authority have or are suspected of having personal / group interests over the use of their power and authority, so that they can affect the quality and performance they should have.
  3. Deception
    Dishonesty or deception includes fraud, extortion, forgery, concealment or destruction of documents / reports, making and using fake documents, that carried out by a person / group of people which creates potential loss or evident loss to the Company or other parties.
  4. Corruption
    An act committed fraudulently or against the law by GMF personnel, which is contrary to the interests of the Company and / or abuse of authority / position of trust given to those concerned with the aim of enriching themselves, and / or other people, and / or corporation that can harm the Company.
  5. Theft
    An act of taking an item, which is entirely or partially owned by another person, with the intention to possess it unlawfully
  6. Extortion
    An act carried out with the intention of benefiting oneself by going against the law by means of violence or threats to their victims.
  7. Fraud
    An act with the intention to benefit oneself or others illegally, by using false names or false dignity, by deception, or by a series of lies, to move other people to give something to him, or to give debt or write off accounts.
  8. Embezzlement
    An act of taking other people’s property partially or wholly in which possession of the item already exists in the offender, but the control takes place legally. For example, the possession of an item by an actor occurs because the owner entrusts the item. Or mastery of goods by the perpetrator occurs because of the task or position, for example the clerk of goods. The purpose of embezzlement is to have goods or money that is in his/her possession where the goods / money basically belong to someone else.
  9. Bribery
    An act of giving bribes / giving gifts or promises, given or received in any form to someone who is influential or related to his position with the aim of getting something for personal or corporate interests.
  10. Prohibited Gratuities
    Gifts in the broadest sense, which include the provision of money, goods, discounts, commissions, interest-free loans, travel tickets, lodging facilities, travel, free medical treatment, and other facilities. The gratuities are received both domestically and abroad and are carried out using electronic means or without electronic means which are considered bribery if they are related to a position and are contrary to the obligations or duties of the recipient (according to the definition in Article 12B and C Law Number 20/2001)