OJK Asks Clarification of Jumbo Transfer-Related Standcharts
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, October 09 2017 - 21:30 IWST
Heru Kristiyana, Kepala Eksekutif Pengawas Perbankan OJK
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Financial Services Authority requested clarification of Standard Chartered Indonesia to investigate allegedly alleged jumbo fund transfers made by a number of Indonesian customers at Standard Chartered Plc, from Guernsey to Singapore at Rp18.8 trillion.
Chief Executive Officer of Banking OJK Heru Kristiyana to Media Crew in Jakarta on Monday (9/10/2017) said that his party is still exploring Standard Chartered Indonesia's explanation, and will then coordinate with Financial Transaction Reporting and Analysis Center and Directorate General of Taxation to take the next step.
"We have to see which authorities are in charge of this issue," Heru said, following up on Standard Chartered's account of the jumbo or so many transfers.
Heru is still reluctant to explain further with the reason still coordinate with related parties, such as PPATK and DGT.
Meanwhile, PPATK has finished analyzing the movement of funds in the fantastic amount. Customers who transfer funds consist of Indonesian citizens, individual, and corporate customers.