Guiding the Future: OJK Releases Roadmaps for the Indonesian Financial Services Sector
The End of the Covid-19 Banking Credit Restructuring Stimulus
Financial Sector Outlook and OJK Policy Direction 2024


Financial Services Sector Remains Resilient and Contributive in Supporting National Economic Growth

Jakarta, 2 April 2024. The Indonesia Financial Services Authority (OJK) Board of Commissioners’ monthly meeting on 27 March 2024 assessed that the national financial services sector remains stable with intermediation performance still contributing positively, supported by adequate liquidity and a strong capital level.

The End of the Covid-19 Banking Credit Restructuring Stimulus

Otoritas Jasa Keuangan/OJK (The Indonesia Financial Services Authority) announced that the banking credit restructuring stimulus policy for the impact of Covid-19 ends on March 31, 2024. The end of this policy is consistent with the government's revocation of the Covid-19 pandemic status in June 2023 and considers the recovery of the Indonesian economy from the impact of the pandemic, including the condition of the real sector.

Implementation of Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Countering Terrorism Financing (CTF), and Countering the Proliferation Financing (CPF) of Weapons of Mass Destruction Program in the Financial Services Sector

The OJK Regulation Number 8 of 2023 is issued to strengthen the prevention of money laundering, terrorism financing, and proliferation financing of weapons of mass destruction and to realize integrity in the financial services sector.


Financial Services Sector Remains Stable Amidst Global Geopolitical Dynamics

The Indonesian Financial Services Sector Stability Remains Stable with Contributive Intermediation Performance, Supported by Adequate Liquidity and Strong Capital Levels.

The Quarterly Report on Indonesia Financial Sector Development: Q4 2023

The Investor Relations Unit of the Indonesia Financial Services Authority (IRU OJK) releases the Quarterly Report on Indonesia’s Financial Sector Development to offer general insights into the global and Indonesian economies, as well as the development of the financial services sector.