BI hands over money laundering authority to PTATK

Bank Indonesia has handed over the handling of suspicion transaction reports from banks to the PTATK in accordance with a new law. The Financial Action Task Force on anti-money laundering had pressed for the new law to remove Indonesia off its list of non-cooperative countries and territories (NCCTs).

Source: AFX Asia

"Today Bank Indonesia has handed over the handling of suspicion transaction reports from banks to the PTATK in accordance with the Law 25/2003," the central bank said in a stateme

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