publishes a monthly report summarizing reporting activity.
, Bank Indonesia (the central bank), and OJK (the financial services agency) should better define roles and responsibilities in order to better address compliance and asset freezing.
is a dynamic and effective FIU that works closely with the Central Bank to oversee and implement Indonesia's anti-money laundering regime.
The government also appointed a drafting team to prepare draft terrorist financing legislation that would expand criminal liability, create a better mechanism to freeze and seize terrorist assets and subject nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to PPATK
The PPATK reported that in 2009 it received more than 791,000 CTRs from banks, moneychangers, rural banks, insurance companies, and securities companies.
The PPATK has concluded 31 MOUs with other FIUs and
Authorities should ensure the PPATK has access, directly or indirectly, to required financial, administrative, and law enforcement information on a timely basis.
Indonesia's Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Finance (CTF) Donors' Coordination Group, co-chaired by the PPATK and the Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID), has become a model for AML/CTF donors' coordination groups in other countries.
The PPATK is actively pursuing broader cooperation with relevant GOI agencies.
15/2002 established the PPATK to develop policy and regulations to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
Article 44B imposes a mandatory obligation on the PPATK to implement provisions of international conventions or international recommendations on the prevention and eradication of money laundering.
These reports must be given to the PPATK in no later than five business days and contain details of the identity of the person.