Legal Notes PT Credit Suisse Sekuritas Indonesia

PT Credit Suisse Sekuritas Indonesia

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General Information

PT Credit Suisse Sekuritas Indonesia
Gedung Sampoerna Strategic Square
South Tower, 23rd floor
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav.45
Jakarta 12930

Phone : +6221 25537900
Fax : +6221 25537990

Decree of the Chairman of Capital Market Supervisory Agency Number:
KEP-04/PM/PEE/2002
 

6 February 1997    

Established footprint in Indonesia by obtaining license as Representative Office

31 May 2002

Established local entity PT Credit Suisse First Boston Indonesia

2 September 2002

Obtained Underwriting License from Bapepam-LK

12 December 2005

Change name to PT Credit Suisse Securities Indonesia

3 October 2007

Obtained membership from the Indonesia Stock Exchange

31 January 2017

Change name to PT Credit Suisse Sekuritas Indonesia

Board of Commissioners

Board of Directors

Licensed Individuals

Record As of 1 September 2018

Department Licensed Person
Board of Commissioners 1
Board of Directors 2
Equity Sales and Trading 4
Chief Risk Officer/KYC Officer 1
Legal Entity Finance 1
Operations 2
Compliance and Regulatory Affairs 1
Equity Research 3

Information for Customer

Periodical Financial Statement PDF
The Latest General Meeting of Shareholders Resolution Notarial Deeds No. 16 dated 18-Jul-18
Customers' Complaint Service General Number 25537900

Governance Standard

Code of Conduct
Function and Policy on Risk Management

The Risk function acts as guardian of the bank's risk appetite and provides effective and independent risk oversight:

  • Challenge and proactively engage with the business in shaping its risk profile, strengthening the first Line of Defense (LoD) and aligning its strategy execution with shareholders' and regulatory requirements
  • Maintain a comprehensive bank-wide risk appetite framework and run well-controlled risk processes ensuring an effective bank-wide second LoD
  • Position Risk function as competent, reliable and, where appropriate, challenging counterpart vis-à-vis regulatory authorities globally
  • Provide stakeholders with transparency on all risk-related matters and ensure timely assessment and escalation
  • Continuously strengthen the Risk function by attracting, developing and retaining top talents and foster continuous learning throughout the organization
  • Drive the continuous enhancement and efficiency improvement of risk-related systems and infrastructure
     
Function and Policy on Compliance

Chief Compliance Officer is responsible for providing independent oversight and control over the compliance and regulatory risks relating to the APAC division. The CCRO is granted the necessary independence, authority and resources to executive its duties without undue influence or obstacles, and the appropriate access to management to escalate issues, as needed. The CCRO's mandate is to monitor APAC's business activities on all levels based on regular and ad-hoc Compliance risk assessments so to minimize potential risks to CS's reputation and the violation of laws or regulations. APAC CCRO has delegated authority from the Group Chief Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Officer to independently execute its mandate, as a 2nd line of defense 'control' function.