PPATK Lodges Rp63 Bn Budget Plan to Fight Terrorism, Money Laundering

31 January 2022 18:58 WIB

Screen capture of Ivan Yutiavandana reading an official oath as the Chief of the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) for the 2021-2026 period at the Jakarta State Palace, Monday, November 25, 2021. ANTARA/Desca Lidya Natalia

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) on Monday proposed an additional Rp63.7 billion budget which it claims is needed to support a wide array of programs in 2022, including Rp14.7 billion for the anti-money laundering reporting and data analysis. 

This was revealed in a meeting between PPATK and House of Representatives (DPR) Commission III members on Monday.

“The next one is for collaborative analysis overseeing money laundering and combating the financing and proliferation of terrorism that amount to Rp3.3 billion,” said PPATK Chief Ivan Yustiavandana on January 31. 

Other aspects that the PPATK proposes are for the analysis and checks on the corruption sector, financial integrity review, and rating on money laundering which all amount to Rp8.8 billion. They also included a Rp601 million to conduct special audits on terrorism-related funding and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. 

PPATK also submitted Rp1.4 billion to further extend its mass media influence strategy and a Rp9.3 billion additional funding to step up its international-level financial transaction analysis.

Read: Jokowi Calls for Stronger PPATK Role in Monitoring Govt

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