SEOJK no. 6 year 2021 concerning the Implementation Guidelines of Anti Money Laundering and Prevention of Terrorism Financing Program within Technology-Based Fund Lending Services (“SEOJK 6/2021”) is the implementation regulation to POJK 12/2017 concerning Implementation of Anti Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing in Financial Service Sectors. SEOJK 6/2021 specifically regulates Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) and Anti-Terrorism Financing (“ATF”) in Peer-to-Peer Lending (“P2PL”).
This overview will be focusing on key implementation provisions most relevant to P2PL particularly Non-Face-to-Face verification, Pre-Employee Screening and Example of Suspicious Financial Transaction in P2PL Platform. These key aspects that distinct AML and ATF in P2PL with the Bank.
SEOJK 6/2021 set standardization for P2PL platform to standardize its approach to verify its customers. It is possible for non-face-to-face verification to be carried out, ensuring that: The candidate Lender/Borrower devices are equipped with identification support.
Employee Screening, Identification and Monitoring
SEOJK 6/2021 set the obligation for P2PL platform to perform a pre-employee screening to any candidate, such as the requirement of police record letter (SKCK), face-to-face interview or a non-face-to-face interview. Implementing such methods will help to ensure the credibility of employee and their responsibilities to high-risk activities such as access to database or dealing with Lender/Borrower.
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