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BAPPEBTI License No: 44/BAPPEBTI/SI/XII/2000
 

BAPPEBTI
 

Bappebti or Commodity Futures Trading Regulatory Agency has the following authority:

  • Issue a business license for the Futures Exchange, Futures Clearing House, Futures Broker, Futures Advisor and Futures Fund Center Manager; permission for individuals to become Futures Broker Representatives, Futures Advisors Representatives, and Deputy Futures Fund Management Representatives; registration certificate for Futures Traders; and approval for Futures Brokers to channel the mandate of Futures Customers abroad and for Banks to deposit funds related to futures trading.

  • Ratify the Rules and Regulations (Rules and Regulations) of the Futures Exchange and the Futures and Clearing Futures Institutions which will be traded on the Futures Exchange, including their amendments.

  • Ensure that the Futures Exchange and the Futures Clearing Institution carry out all stipulated rules and regulations and conduct intensive supervision and impose strict sanctions on violations.

  • Establish the maximum number of open positions that can be owned or controlled by each Party and the limit on the number of open positions that must be reported.

  • Establish a list of foreign Futures Exchange Futures Contracts which can be the purpose of channeling domestic Customer orders.

  • Conduct an inspection of each Party that has a permit and instructs the inspection and investigation of the Party suspected of violating the provisions of legislation in the field of futures trading.

  • Require each Party to stop or correct advertisements or promotions about futures trading which can be misleading.

  • Establish a means of solving problems related to futures trading activities.


Jakarta Futures Exchange [ BBJ ] – License No: SPPKB-003/BBJ/09/00
 

Jakarta Futures Exchange [ BBJ ]
  • The Jakarta Futures Exchange, known as the Jakarta Futures Exchange (JFX) was officially established on August 19, 1999 in Jakarta by 29 companies in the form of Limited Liability Company (PT) in accordance with PP No. 9/99. They come from 4 oil palm plantations, 7 oil refineries, 8 coffee exporters, 8 capital market brokerage companies and 2 trading companies. JFX obtained an operating license on November 21, 2000 and began its first trade since December 15, 2000.

  • The establishment of JFX is based on the idea that a futures exchange in Indonesia will bring great benefits to the business community, especially as a means of hedging. This thought gave birth to a Draft Law (RUU) which was submitted to the DPR in 1996 which was later approved to become Law No. 32 of 1997 concerning the Commodity Futures Trading on December 5, 1997. The Jakarta Futures Exchange is the first exchange established under this Act.

  • In line with the development of the futures trading industry, Law NO.32 of 1997 was later revised into Law No.10 of 2011 concerning the Commodity Futures Trading which provided a broader space for the Futures Exchange to develop more widely.


Kliring Berjangka Indonesia [ KBI ]- License No: 31/AK-KBI/PN/XII/2017
 

Kliring Berjangka Indonesia [ KBI ]
  • Based on Law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 32/1997 concerning Commodity Futures Trading, article 25 paragraph 1 and 2 states that the implementation of the Futures Exchange is equipped with a Futures Clearing House in the form of a limited liability company that has obtained a business license as a Futures Trading Clearing Agency .

  • In the Commodity Futures Trading industry, PT KBI (Persero) has a strategic role as a Futures Clearing Agency, with business licenses obtained as a Futures Clearing House in Indonesia in accordance with the Decree of the Head of the Commodity Futures Trading Supervisory Agency No.128 / BAPPEBTI / IX / 2001 September 4, 2001.