Strengthening bank intermediation, resilience
Economist at the department of macroprudential policy, Bank Indonesia
PREMIUM Bank Indonesia (BI) recently introduced a couple of macroprudential policy instruments in order to strengthen the banking intermediation function and its liquidity management. The central bank converted the loan-to-funding ratio (LFR) policy (for conventional commercial banks) and the financing-to-deposit ratio (FDR) policy (for sharia banks and sharia business units) into the macroprudential i...
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