This commitment seeks to provide up-to-date beneficial ownership data through verification and utilization of beneficial ownership data
The Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) has opened beneficial ownership data which the public can access through the public portal www.bo.ahu.go.id which presents beneficial ownership data that has been received by the Ministries/Technical Institutions to the Ministry of Law and Human Rights. Civil Society has also taken a role by completing studies related to beneficial ownership andconducting outreach regarding the importance of finding beneficial ownership data and the accuracy of this data which functions to tackle problems of corruption, money laundering, and financing for terrorism.
Strive to strengthen and utilize beneficial ownership data through a more accountable verification process and utilize beneficial ownership data by relevant Ministries/Institutions to address issues of corruption, money laundering, and financing of terrorism crimes
Availability of Clean and Clear beneficial ownership data that has been verified by applicable regulations and utilization of beneficial ownership data by the relevant Ministries/Institutions.
Indonesia has carried out beneficial Ownership Data Disclosure with the presence of Presidential Regulation Number 13 of 2018 concerning Beneficial Ownership. Through this regulation, the government seeks to reduce or suppress the value of corruption, money laundering, and criminal acts of terrorism funding, by opening a list of information on the beneficial owner of a Ministry/Institution.
Efforts to open Beneficial Ownership data in Indonesia face challenges with accountability and accuracy of data reported as beneficiaries. This makes the objective of implementing beneficial ownership to eradicate corruption, money laundering, and criminal acts of terrorism funding not maximized. Through this commitment, data governance and accountability of beneficial ownership data will try to be resolved utilizing a mechanism for verifying and utilizing beneficial ownership data.
• The ministries/agencies responsible for beneficial ownership actions do not yet have a BO database and regulations that require BO declarations during the licensing process.
• The obligation to declare BO has not been screened in the licensing process.
• Administrative constraints (MoU or PKS between Ministries/Institutions) as well as technical constraints (related to the data exchange process) that are still being faced by Ministries/Institutions
• Low corporate compliance due to the absence of sanctions for not reporting beneficial ownership
• The data verification mechanism declared by the corporation has not yet worked which has an impact on data quality
• The minimal involvement of civil society in the process of encouraging the emergence of beneficial ownership data
Through the transparency of beneficial ownership data, individuals are identified as the ultimate beneficiary and have a poor track record or are considered to be at high risk of committing a crime, particularly corruption, money laundering, or terrorism, so steps to mitigate the risk of corporate abuse can be implemented.
This commitment will produce clean and clear beneficial ownership data that civil society and law enforcement officials can utilize tomonitor corporate abuse for corruption, money laundering, and terrorism financing.
Through tracking beneficial ownership, the public can assess theaccountability of a public official committed as a public servant.
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