Accounting Aberrations: A Manager’s Dilemma

Accounting Aberrations: A Manager’s Dilemma

in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 35-48 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2013), 14 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
By Mohan Gopinath, Kavita Chavali, Dolphy Abraham, and C Kishan Rao. The discussion point in the case revolves around a senior banker in India who used unethical methods and misused his position of trust by making fraudulent withdrawals from the unclaimed balances account in the branch. The mitigating circumstance was that he had to pay for the treatment of his mother who was suffering from bone cancer which the doctors said could be cured with treatment. Unclaimed balances are, in banking parlance, those accounts in a bank in which there have been no operations for many years. The case is based on a composite of real life incidents and individuals. The decision focus in the case is how to react to transgressions of laid down practices in a bank by senior officers even though there were pressing circumstances for them to resort to these transgressions.
Field of Interest
Travel
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2013 NeilsonJournals Publishing
Content Type
Periodical article
Format
Text
Page Count
14
Publication Year
2013
Publisher
Neilson Journals Publishing
Place Published / Released
Edinburgh, Scotland
Source Title
Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 35-48
Subject
Travel, Business & Economics, Personal Interest, Social Sciences, International Travel, Banks and banking, Finance and Insurance, Viajes Internacionales, Viagem Internacional, Mercantile Bank, India
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Viajes Internacionales, Viagem Internacional

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