In this webinar, the head of PPATK, the Indonesian FIU, will discuss the importance of effective Public-Private Partnerships and how good and timely STRs/SARs from the private sector achieve better law enforcement outcomes in the country’s fight against money laundering and terrorism financing.
Understanding the role of the PPATK, as the Indonesian FIU, when receiving relevant information and intelligence about possible money laundering or terrorism financing transactions and activities.
Sharing success stories where PPATK was able to analyze and disseminate relevant financial risk information following the receipt of good and timely STRs/SARs from Financial Institutions (FIs) and Designated Non-Financial Business and Professions (DNFBPs).
Integrating best practices on how FIs and DNFBPs can effectively cooperate with PPATK to achieve better law enforcement outcomes, including successful prosecutions for financial crimes and confiscations of the proceeds of these crimes.
Chief AML Role and Responsibility
Financial Compliance Controls (FCC)
Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)
Law Enforcement Relationships
Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)
Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO)
AML Compliance Skills and KYC/CDD
Predicate Crimes and Typologies
Investigations and Suspicious Activity