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Bank Indonesia (BI) and Bank of Thailand (BOT) are collaborating to prevent money laundering and terrorism funding.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati has again tapped as FinanceAsia's Asia-Pacific Best Finance Minister of 2019 for three consecutive years.
In the end, both OVO and Go-Pay would have to place their money in banks too, LPS says.
The Deposit Insurance Corporation (LPS) is reviewing the guarantee insurance for customers' e-money and e-wallet.
The Financial Services Authority (OJK) will ease the rule on banks' single presence policy.
Jusuf Kalla predicts that Indonesia's bank industry is heading toward consolidation, either through mergers or acquisitions.
Bank Mandiri assures that it will partner with two known e-commerce; Tokopedia and Bukalapak to introduce digital loan services.
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) and the rupiah weakened on today's trade, February 22.
Bank BRI assures that none of its clients are affected by the Rp2.3 billion embezzlement.
Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor said there would be a US$5 billion surplus in the state's balance of payments for the fourth quarter of 2018.
Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) is preparing Rp3 trillion to Rp4 trillion for business expansion purposes this year.
Bank Indonesia's (BI) North Sumatra headquarters pulled decommissioned banknotes, issued in 1998 and 1999, amounting to Rp526 million from the public.
Bank Indonesia suggests that the government and the House of Representatives (DPR) should be wary of The Fed interest rate hikes next year.
Bank Indonesia (BI) has amended the regulation on the issuance of commercial paper (CP) by non-bank financial institutions.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati guarantees that the hiring process of CPNS at her ministry will be transparent and objective.
A survey conducted by Bank Indonesia (BI) shows that retail sales in July declined as the public consumption returned to normal.
State-owned Bank Mandiri has issued 9.61 million electronic cards (E-Money) as per June 2017.
State-owned lender Bank Mandiri foresees over 50 percent growth of the electronic money (e-money) cards in 2017.
Taiwanese insurance company prepares US$278 million to acquire a 40-percent stake in Indonesian mid-size bank.
China will have 26.06 percent of the voting rights in the bank that will rival institutions such as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.