PT MACQUARIE SEKURITAS INDONESIA
Indonesia Stock Exchange Building Tower I, Fl. 8th
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53
Jakarta Selatan 12190
Ph. +62-21-2598 8300
Fax: +62-21-515 1212
PT Macquarie Sekuritas Indonesia (the Company ), was established on 15 May 1990 based on the Notarial Deed of Ny. Siti Pertiwi Henny Shidki, S.H. No. 290. The Articles of Association were approved by the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Indonesia in its Decision Letter No. C2-3546.HT.01.01.TH.90 dated 16 September 1990 and was published in Supplement No. 2355 of State Gazette of the
Republic of Indonesia No. 62 dated 2 August 1991.
The Company's scope of activities includes shares underwriting and broking activities.
The Company obtained its underwriting and brokerage licenses from BAPEPAM-LK (now Financial Services Authority) through its Decision Letter No. KEP-42/PM/1992 and KEP- 43/PM/1992, respectively dated 19 February 1992. The Company started its commercial operation in February 1992.
The Company's Articles of Association have been amended from time to time, the latest by Notarial Deed of H. Arief Afdal, SH, M.Kn No. 22 dated 23 September 2021 concerning confirmation of the information on the Indonesian Business Field Standard Classification Number (KBLI) in accordance with the KBLI book issued in 2020. This amendment has been accepted and recorded by the Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through its Decision Letter No. AHU-0053893.AH.01.02.TAHUN 2021 dated 1 October 2021.
Appointed as Commissioner of the company on 18 October 2016 and have worked with Macquarie Group since 2008 with the latest position as Cash Equities Business Manager.
Joined Macquarie Indonesia in 2020 and has more than 20 years of experience in Indonesian capital market. Andang has worked with several companies in the past including Nikko Securities Indonesia.
Joined Macquarie Indonesia in 2007 and has more than 20 years of experience in Indonesian capital market. Stanley has worked with several companies in the past including JP Morgan Indonesia.
Joined Macquarie Indonesia in 2012 and has more than 20 years of experience in Indonesian capital market. Emilia has worked with several companies in the past including DBS Vickers Securities Indonesia.
Joined Macquarie Indonesia in 2003 and has more than 20 years of experience in Indonesian capital market. Anita has worked with several companies in the past including ING Securities.
All Directors and staffs that need to have individual license (WPPE or WPEE) have acquired the necessary license to perform their roles as regulated by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan. Please contact us for details on our license holders.
Latest Circular Resolutions in lieu of AGMS: 30 September 2022
Complaint can be submitted via:
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Board members have governance guidelines that must be complied with, which contain the responsibilities, duties and authorities of the board members, as well as meetings and reporting of the board members.
The company follows Macquarie Group Code of Conduct which available here.
Prudential management remains the key to survival of the company and is the responsibility of all staffs.
The Group’s policies to control credit risk include ensuring a spread of exposures to various economic sectors and to individual counterparties. Large exposures to single counterparties or groups of counterparties are restricted unless the credit is of the highest standard or there is a high level of tangible security. All credit exposures are monitored regularly. The frequency of monitoring depends on the volatility of the particular exposure. Credit exposures which fluctuate are monitored daily.
Compliance is an independent function responsible for ensuring that all Compliance Risks are appropriately assessed and managed. A core principle at Macquarie is that risk is owned at the business level, with business heads responsible for identifying risks within their businesses and ensuring that they are managed appropriately.
The Compliance Division enables business management to fulfil these supervisory responsibilities by establishing a robust and effective compliance framework, and by performing an advisory, training and monitoring role in respect of the compliance risks arising from Macquarie’s business activities.
Our Mission is to protect Macquarie’s reputation by partnering with Macquarie businesses and other control functions to develop viable business solutions in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, rules and codes of conduct, and that reflect Macquarie’s goals and values.
Internal Audit (IAD) provides independent assurance to board of the company on the adequacy and effectiveness of the financial and risk management framework.
IAD achieves this through the application of a risk based audit methodology to review the internal controls within the Macquarie Group. The methodology incorporates planning, execution, reporting, and follow up & clearance of agreed management actions.
Audits occur at varying frequencies depending on the inherent risk rating of the business. Audit findings are reported directly to the management of the company.
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