【ジャカルタ】New Bank Indonesia Regulation on Report of Foreign Exchange Activities Requires Additional Information on Risk Participation Transactions
Bank Indonesia recently issued Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 21/2/PBI/2019 on Reports of Foreign Exchange Activities dated 7 January 2019 ("Regulation 21/2"), which becomes effective this month. Regulation 21/2 requires parties involved in risk participation transactions ("RPTs") to disclose information on RPTs as part of their foreign exchange activities reports. RPTs refer to transactions which transfer the risk of credit or other facilities from one party to another based on a risk participation agreement. Regulation 21/2 is issued to improve Bank Indonesia's data on foreign exchange activities. Before this regulation, information on RPTs was not reported. The issuance of this regulation is also in line with the issuance of Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 21/1/PBI/2019 on Offshore Loans and Other Bank Obligations in Foreign Currencies dated 7 January 2019.