Fintech monitored for money laundering
The Jakarta Post
Eni V. Panggabean (Antara)Bank Indonesia (BI) has moved to enhance monitoring of suspected money-laundering activities and terrorism funding in financial technology (fintech) operators and money changers, through revised regulations.
The policy has been issued as criminals have targeted financial services in Indonesia that are poorly monitored, such as money changers and fintech services, a...
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