JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) handed over data related to suspicion of money laundering worth 300 trillion rupiahs ($19.5 billion) to the Ministry of Finance.
The data was finally handed over following a request made by Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati regarding the 'suspicious transactions.'
PPATK head Ivan Yustiavandana said that together with the ministry, cooperation and coordination in the form of information exchange and other matters continue.
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"PPATK and the Ministry of Finance routinely coordinate in carrying out our respective tasks and functions, not limited to specific issues only," said Ivan on Tuesday, March 14.
Alleged money laundering
Furthermore, Ivan explained that the data submitted to the ministry is a list of all Informative Analysis Results documents along with the amount of nominal value indicated related to the criminal act of money laundering.
"It is as stated in the individual data of each case from 2009 to 2023," he said.
Regarding the handling and fulfillment of information requests from the ministry, Ivan said it is a priority for PPATK to support state revenue and strengthen performance accountability as the state treasurer.
"PPATK will always take effective collaborative steps to handle all information that has been submitted," he said.
Finance minister’s request