On 18 July 2017, the Financial Services Authority of the Republic of Indonesia (“OJK”) issued the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 51/POJK.03/2017 concerning the Sustainable Finance Implementation For Financial Services Institution, Issuers, and Public Companies (“POJK 51/2017”).
Sustainable Finance Implementation
The implementation of sustainable finance shall be made subject to the following conditions:
|Bank which are included in BUKU 3, BUKU 4, and Foreign Bank||1 January 2019|
Bank which are included in BUKU 1, BUKU 2, financing company, sharia financing company, venture capital company, sharia venture capital company, infrastructure financing company, insurance company, sharia insurance company, reinsurance company, sharia reinsurance company, Indonesia Export Financing Institution, secondary housing finance company, Issuers other than issuers with smale-scale assets and issuers with medium scale assets, and Public Company
|1 January 2020|
Rural Bank based on business activities (BPRKU) 3 including Sharia Rural Bank which have core capital equivalent to BPRKU 3, securities company which administers the client's securities account, and Issuers with medium scale assets
|1 January 2022|
BPRKU 1, BPRKU 2, and Sharia Rural Bank which have core capital equivalent to BPRKU 1 or BPRKU 2, Issuers with small-scale assets, securities company which do not administrers the client’s securities account, pawn shops company, the guarantee company, and sharia guarantee company
|1 January 2024|
Pension fund with minimum total assets Rp 1.000.000.000.000,-
|1 January 2025|
Based on POJK 51/2017, to implement Sustainable Finance, Financial Services Institution required to prepare the Sustainable Finance Action Plan in the form as attached in POJK 51/2017. Sustainable Finance Action Plan is a written document describing a short term (1 year) and long term (5 years) of Financial Services Institution Work Plan in accordance with the principles to implement the sustainable finance. The Sustainable Finance Action Plan should be submitted every year to OJK at the same time with submission of business plan for Financial Services Institution which required to submit the business plan, as an integral part of business plan and at the latest 31 January for Financial Services Institution which not required to submit the business plan. The Sustainable Finance Action Plan should be prepared by the Board of Directors and approved by the Commissioners.
Furthermore, POJK 51/2017 regulates that Financial Services Institution, Issuers and Public Companies required to prepared the Sustainability Report separately or as an integral part of Annual Report. Sustainability Report is a report which contains the economic, financial, social and environmental performance of a Financial Services Institution, Issuer, and Public Company in conducting a sustainable business and published to public. The sustainability report shall be submitted to OJK every year no later than the deadline for submission of annual report of each Financial Services Institution, Issuer and Public Company. If the Sustainable Report submitted separately from annual report, it shall be submitted to OJK every year on the 30 April of the following year. Publication of Sustainablity Report shall be done through the website of Financial Services Institution, Issuer and Public Company on the 30 April of the following year at the latest. For Financial Services Institution which does not have a website, the sustainability report shall be published through printed media or other public announcement media on the 30 April of the following year at the latest.
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Posted in News and Media on Aug 22, 2017