Indonesia has the 6th highest GDP in Asia and is world’s largest island state, comprising of over 17,500 islands. It has had a long history of financial crime and illicit activity, having a particular vulnerability to money laundering, bribery and corruption, and drug trafficking. This instability stems from insufficient governments and poor mechanisms to mitigate financial crime, leaving the country increasingly vulnerable.
This jurisdictional risk report provides up-to-date and in-depth analysis of the evolving financial crime threat landscape in Indonesia, as well as the current frameworks and mechanisms implemented to mitigate the prevalence and impact of financial crime. It also sets out recommendations to ensure businesses are best prepared to tackle risks when operating in this global and dynamic market.