Indonesia

Observer to the FATF

Indonesia's measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing

This evaluation analyses the level of compliance with the FATF 40 Recommendations and the level of effectiveness of Indonesia's AML/CFT system.
APG Mutual Evaluation of Indonesia

Other publications

  • 9 Jul 2008

    Mutual Evalation Report of Indonesia Indonesia is a member of APG, the assessment of the implementation of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT measures in Indonesia was conducted by APG.
  • 5 Nov 2018

    Indonesia's measures to combat money laundering and terrorist financing This evaluation analyses the level of compliance with the FATF 40 Recommendations and the level of effectiveness of Indonesia's AML/CFT system.
  • 17 Aug 2016

    Counter-Terrorist Financing Summit 2016: Regional Risk Assessment on Terrorism Financing Co-hosted by the financial intelligence agencies of Australia and Indonesia, the Counter-Terrorism Financing Summit 2016 took place on 11 August 2016. The event focused on developing regional solutions to terrorism financing issues and risks.
  • 26 Jun 2015

    Outcomes of the Plenary meeting of the FATF, Brisbane, 24-26 June 2015 During the last Plenary under the Australian Presidency, the FATF adopted a number of reports, such as revised best practices on combating the abuse of non-profit organisation and guidance for a risk-based approach to virtual currencies. The FATF issued a statement on 'de-risking' as well as updated statements concerning high-risk and non-cooperative jurisdictions. The FATF welcomed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as an as an observer to the FATF.
  • 25 Jun 2010

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: update on-going process - June 2010 The FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF. While the situations differ among each jurisdiction, each jurisdiction has provided a written high-level political commitment to address the identified deficiencies.
  • 22 Oct 2010

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: update on-going process - October 2010 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 19 Oct 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 19 October 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in June 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 22 Feb 2013

    FATF Public Statement 22 February 2013 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in October 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 18 Feb 2010

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: update on-going process - February 2010 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing standards, the FATF has to date identified a number of jurisdictions which have strategic deficiencies. These jurisdictions have developed an action plan with the FATF to address these deficiencies. While the situations differ among each jurisdiction, each jurisdiction has provided a written high-level political commitment to address the identified deficiencies. FATF welcomes these commitments.
  • 24 Jun 2011

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process - 24 June 2011 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 25 Feb 2011

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process - 25 February 2011 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.
  • 25 Jun 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 22 June 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in February 2012 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 27 Feb 2015

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process – 27 February 2015 The FATF identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF. The FATF recognised that Albania, Cambodia, Kuwait, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan and Zimbabwe have made significant progress in improving their AML/CFT regime and will therefore no longer be subject to the FATF’s monitoring process.
  • 14 Feb 2014

    FATF Public Statement - 14 February 2014 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in October 2013 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 27 Jun 2014

    FATF Public Statement - 27 June 2014 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in February 2014 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 24 Oct 2014

    Public Statement - 24 October 2014 The FATF has updated its public statement identifying jurisdictions with strategic deficiencies in anti money-laundering / countering the financing of terrorism measures. FATF calls on countries to apply counter-measures to Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. FATF also calls its members to consider the risks emanating from Algeria, Ecuador, Indonesia and Myanmar.
  • 26 Jun 2015

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process – 26 June 2015 The FATF identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF. The FATF recognised that Indonesia has made significant progress in improving their AML/CFT regime and will therefore no longer be subject to the FATF’s monitoring process.
  • 18 Oct 2013

    FATF Public Statement, 18 October 2013 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in June 2013 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 21 Jun 2013

    FATF Public Statement - 21 June 2013 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in February 2013 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 16 Feb 2012

    FATF Public Statement - 16 February 2012 The FATF has updated its public statement issued in October 2011 which identifies jurisdictions with strategic anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT deficiencies.
  • 28 Oct 2011

    Improving Global AML/CFT Compliance: on-going process - 28 October 2011 As part of its ongoing review of compliance with the AML/CFT standards, the FATF has identified jurisdictions which have strategic AML/CFT deficiencies for which they have developed an action plan with the FATF.

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Effectiveness

Ratings that reflect the extent to which a country's measures are effective. The assessment is conducted on the basis of 11 immediate outcomes, which represent key goals that an effective AML/CFT system should achieve.

Ratings that reflect the extent to which a country's measures are effective. The assessment is conducted on the basis of 11 immediate outcomes, which represent key goals that an effective AML/CFT system should achieve.

Russian Federation Mutual Evaluation - 2019

IO1
SE
IO2
SE
IO3
ME
IO4
ME
IO5
SE
IO6
HE
IO7
ME
IO8
SE
IO9
HE
IO10
ME
IO11
ME

Russian Federation Mutual Evaluation - 2019

R.1 - Assessing risk & applying risk-based approach
LC
R.2 - National cooperation and coordination
C
R.3 - Money laundering offence
LC
R.4 - Confiscation and provisional measures
LC
R.5 - Terrorist financing offence
LC
R.6 - Targeted financial sanctions related to terrorism & terrorist financing
PC
R.7 - Targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation
PC
R.8 - Non-profit organisations
LC
R.9 - Financial institution secrecy laws
C
R.10 - Customer due diligence
LC
R.11 - Record keeping
LC
R.12 - Politically exposed persons
PC
R.13 - Correspondent banking
LC
R.14 - Money or value transfer services
LC
R.15 - New technologies
C
R.16 - Wire transfers
PC
R.17 - Reliance on third parties
LC
R.18 - Internal controls and foreign branches and subsidiaries
LC
R.19 - Higher-risk countries
LC
R.20 - Reporting of suspicious transactions
C
R.21 - Tipping-off and confidentiality
LC
R.22 - DNFBPs: Customer due diligence
LC
R.23 - DNFBPs: Other measures
LC
R.24 - Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal persons
LC
R.25 - Transparency and beneficial ownership of legal arrangements
PC
R.26 - Regulation and supervision of financial institutions
LC
R.27 - Powers of supervisors
LC
R.28 - Regulation and supervision of DNFBPs
LC
R.29 - Financial intelligence units
C
R.30 - Responsibilities of law enforcement and investigative authorities
LC
R.31 - Powers of law enforcement and investigative authorities
C
R.32 - Cash couriers
LC
R.33 - Statistics
C
R.34 - Guidance and feedback
LC
R.35- Sanctions
LC
R.36 - International instruments
LC
R.37 - Mutual legal assistance
LC
R.38 - Mutual legal assistance: freezing and confiscation
LC
R.39 - Extradition
LC
R.40 - Other forms of international cooperation
LC

HE = high level of effectiveness   |   SE = substantial level of effectiveness    |   ME = moderate level of effectiveness   |   LE = low level of effectiveness