Government-Civil Society Collaborate to Disclose Beneficial Ownership Data in Indonesia

Co-creation between government and civil society is a key to disclose the beneficial ownership (BO) data. This notion was delivered by Raden Siliwanti, Coordinator of Open Government Indonesia in the session on “How Governments and Civil Society can Collaborate to Improve Beneficial Ownership Disclosure”, one of the parallel discussion in the Global Conference on Beneficial[…]

Defining Politically Exposed Persons in Encouraging the Disclosure of Company Ownership

The efforts to foster good governance and corruption eradication through PEP’s (Politically Exposed Person) mechanism in general still encountering many challenges. The Part of the reason lies in regulatory aspects. Cari Votava, Senior Financial Sector Specialist from World Bank highlighted the issue of PEP regulation. According to her, many countries still do not have a[…]

Advancing Transparency and Anti-Corruption Movement in the Natural Resource Governance in Asia Pacific

Natural resources give a significant contribution to the state, where the natural resources become the driver of economic growth in Asia Pacific. Unfortunately, bad governance and systemic corruption still hinder the effort to pursue sustainable development. As conveyed by Jelson Garcia, Asia Pacific Director of NRGI in Regional Meeting on Advancing Transparency and Anti-Corruption Movement,[…]

Government of Indonesia Strengthens Its Commitment in Disclosing Beneficial Ownership Data

As the member of Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI), Government of Indonesia strengthens its commitment to disclose beneficial ownership (BO) in order to combat corruption, money laundering, tax evasion and terrorist financing, as stated by Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Development and Planning in his opening remark in the Global Conference on Beneficial Ownership Transparency,[…]

Questioning Commodity Trading Transparency Report

Indonesia becomes one of the eight (8) EITI’s members in order to foster commodity trading transparency. This related to EITI’s 2016 standard that requires transparency of government revenue, including state-owned enterprises revenue in the form of “in-kind material” which consist of the opening data of selling amount and income. “This event was aimed to capture[…]