BRIEFING SESSION : Kewajiban Penggunaan Mata Uang Rupiah di Wilayah NKRI dan Implikasinya terhadap Dunia Usaha

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Pada tanggal 31 Maret 2015 lalu, Bank Indonesia menerbitkan  Peraturan Bank Indonesia Nomor 17/3/PBI/2015 tentang Kewajiban Penggunaan Rupiah di Wilayah Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia(PBI 17/3/2015). PBI 17/3/2015 diterbitkan bertujuan untuk mewujudkan kedaulatan Rupiah di wilayah NKRI dan untuk mendukung tercapainya kestabilan nilai tukar Rupiah.  Berdasarkan ketentuan ini, sejak 1 April 2015, seluruh transaksi tunai harus menggunakan rupiah sedangkan untuk transaksi non tunai akan mulai diberlakukan pada 1 Juli 2015. Untuk mendukung implementasi dari PBI 17/3/2015, Bank Indonesia telah mengeluarkan Surat Edaran No. 17/11/DKSP tentang Kewajiban Penggunaan Rupiah di
Wilayah Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia.  Penerbitan surat edaran bertujuan untuk memberikan kemudahan masyarakat memperoleh informasi mengenai teknis implementasi ketentuan kewajiban penggunaan Rupiah serta ketentuan terkait lainnya. Ketentuan terkait yang dimaksud yaitu Lindung Nilai (Hedging) dan Penerapan Prinsip Kehati-hatian dalam Pengelolaan Utang Luar Negeri Korporasi Nonbank.

Selain aspek-aspek yang bersifat bisnis, pengusaha juga perlu memperhatikan ketentuan ancaman hukuman terhadap pelanggaran PBI 17/3/2015. Para pelaku yang tetap menggunakan mata uang asing di wilayah NKRI akan diancam hukuman berupa sanksi administratif baik berupa teguran tertulis, kewajiban pembayaran dan/atau larangan untuk ikut dalam lalu lintas pembayaran. Sanksi kewajiban membayar dapat diberlakukan dengan maksimal pembayaran sebesar 1 Milyar rupiah.  Selain sanksi tersebut, ketentuan pidana berupa kurungan paling lama satu tahun dan denda maksimal Rp 200 juta dapat diberlakukan sesuai ketentuan UU No. 7 Tahun 2011 tentang Mata Uang.

Briefing session ini bertujuan untuk memberikan informasi yang komprehensif kepada pelaku usaha sehubungan dengan kewajiban penggunaan rupiah dalam setiap transaksi diwilayah Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia serta  implikasinya terhadap dunia usaha.  Briefing Session ini juga merupakan forum sosialisasi dan konsultasi pelaku bisnis dalam menghadapi kendala – kendala implementasi penggunaanmata uang Rupiah dalam transaksi bisnis di Indonesia.

Materi Briefing Session

  1. Sosialisasi PBI 17/3/2015 tentang Kewajiban Penggunaan Rupiah di wilayah NKRI
  2. Mekanisme dan teknis implementasi  PBI 17/3/2015 berdasarkan ketentuan SEBI 17/11/DKSP tentang Kewajiban Penggunaan Rupiah di Wilayah NKRI
  3. Transaksi yang dikecualikan dalam rangka kewajiban  penggunaan Mata Uang Rupiah di wilayah NKRI
  4. Risiko hukum terhadap pelanggaran kewajiban penggunaan mata uang rupiah diwilayah NKRI
  5. Implikasi kewajiban pengunaan mata uang Rupiah diseluruh wilayah NKRI bagi dunia usaha
  6. Strategi dan Solusi terhadap permasalahan yang mungkin timbul dalam implementasi penggunaan mata uang Rupiah diwilayah NKRI

 Pembicara

  1. Bambang Sukardiputra (Deputi Direktur Departemen Hukum Bank Indonesia)
  2. Eko Yulianto (Direktur Departemen Pengelolaan Uang Bank Indonesia)
  3. Ichsanuddin Noorsy (Pengamat Ekonomi)

Peserta

Corporate Secretary, Legal Manager, konsultan hukum, Investor asing, pelaku usaha dibidang keuangan, Perusahaan Penanaman Modal Asing dan seluruh stakeholders yang berkepentingan dengan diundangkannya PBI No. 17/3/PBI/2015 tentang Kewajiban Penggunaan Rupiah di wilayah NKRI

Investasi

  • Rp. 2.500.000,-
  • Investasi sudah termasuk training kit dan buka puasa bersama
  • Discount 50 % untuk peserta kelima dari perusahaan atau institusi yang sama

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Foreign Investment-Negative List

After a long waited and discussion, the Government of Indonesia has finally issued the new negative list through Presidential Decree No. 36 Year 2010 Regarding Business Sector that are Closed for Investment and Opened for Investment Under Certain Conditions (“Perpres 36/10”). Perpres 36/10 revoked the previous negative list regulation number 77 of 2007 as amended by Presidential Decree No. 111 of 2007. Under Perpres 36/10, all lines of business are principally opened for foreign investment except for those lines of business that are listed in this new negative list. However, it is advisable for the investor to consult to Indonesian Investment Coordination Board (“BKPM”) if they find their line of business is not listed in this regulation. BKPM and other related government institutions will further decide whether that line of business are opened or closed for foreign investment. In addition, other related regulation may affect to the determination whether certain business sectors are opened or closed for foreign investment. In this case, policy from BKPM is still play a part. Lanjutkan membaca Foreign Investment-Negative List

Establishing Representative Office In Indonesia

A Foreign Company could not establish a branch office in Indonesia for purpose of conducting the operational activities of its principal company such as trading or business transactions. In order to conduct those activities in Indonesia, a Foreign Company must establish an Indonesian legal entity. It is so-called a Foreign Investment Company or PT Penanaman Modal Asing (“PT PMA”).

Moreover, a Foreign Company that wishes to assess the potential market in Indonesia may establish a Representative Office and not a branch office.

There are several types of representative office currently allowed to be set up in Indonesia e.g.:

  1. Foreign Company Representative Office (Kantor Perwakilan Perusahaan Asing);
  2. Foreign Trade Company Representative (Perwakilan Perusahaan Perdagangan Asing); and
  3. Construction Service Provider Representative Office

Foreign Company Representative Office

A foreign company or a group of foreign companies may open a representative office in Indonesia to manage its interest, or to prepare the establishment and development its business in Indonesia (refer to Article 1 Presidential Decree No. 90 of 2000 jo Article 1 Decree of the Chairman of BKPM No.2001). A foreign company or a group of foreign companies must submit application to the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Body (“BKPM”).

A Foreign Company Representative Office’s (“Rep.Office”) activities are limited to the role of supervisor, intermediary, coordinator or manager of such foreign company group’s interest. Further a Rep.Office may not participate in managing the foreign company, its subsidiary or it branches in Indonesia and it’s not allowed to generated revenues from Indonesia. A Rep.Office may not engage in an agreement or transaction in the sale and/or purchase of goods and services with an Indonesian company or Indonesian nationals.

Foreign Trade Company Representative Office

A Foreign Trade Company (“FTC”) is established by a foreign company or a group of foreign companies to act as its representative in Indonesia. A FTC may be established as either: a selling agent; manufacturer agents; and/or a purchasing agent.

FTC is prohibited from conducting trades, transactions or sale activities which represent a full-blown transaction from beginning to the end (e.g. from submission of tender documents, signing of contract and settlement of claims) (refer to Art.4 Ministry of Trade Regulation No.10 of 2006 regarding the Procedure of Issuing the License of Foreign Trade Representative Office (March 29,2006) (“Permen 10/06”).

The scope of a Foreign Trade Company Representative Office is limited to the following (refer to Art.3 Permen 10/06): such as introduction and promotional activities, market research and supervision of domestic sale; and close of contract for and on behalf of the appointing foreign company with domestic companies relating to exports.

Foreign Construction Service Provider Representative Office

A Foreign Construction Service Provider that wishes to conduct construction activities in Indonesia must apply the Representative Construction Service Provider License from the Ministry of Public Works. This license is only valid for three (3) years and can be extended.

Decree of Ministry of Public Works No. 28 of 2006 has actually replaced the former regulation, Decree of Ministry of Public Works No. 50 of 1991; however, as no implementing regulations related to the new regulation has been issued, in practice the older regulation is still applicable.

This type of Representative Office is only allowed to conduct projects in Indonesia through the Joint Operation with locals. This Joint Operation is only permitted to join the tender and conduct the Government projects funded by the Foreign Aid, projects in the frame of Foreign Investment and Domestic Investment as well as the projects funded by private funds.

Foreign Investment-Negative List

After a long waited and discussion, the Government of Indonesia has finally issued the new negative list through Presidential Decree No. 36 Year 2010 Regarding Business Sector that are Closed for Investment and Opened for Investment Under Certain Conditions (“Perpres 36/10”). Perpres 36/10 revoked the previous negative list regulation number 77 of 2007 as amended by Presidential Decree No. 111 of 2007. Under Perpres 36/10, all lines of business are principally opened for foreign investment except for those lines of business that are listed in this new negative list. However, it is advisable for the investor to consult to Indonesian Investment Coordination Board (“BKPM”) if they find their line of business is not listed in this regulation. BKPM and other related government institutions will further decide whether that line of business are opened or closed for foreign investment. In addition, other related regulation may affect to the determination whether certain business sectors are opened or closed for foreign investment. In this case, policy from BKPM is still play a part. Lanjutkan membaca Foreign Investment-Negative List

Training Aspek Hukum Tenaga Kerja Asing di Indonesia Batch II 27 Mei 2015

Tempat

Mercantile Athletic Club, WTC
I Lantai 18, Jakarta

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Memasuki era perdagangan bebas dan globalisasi industri, kehadiran pekerja asing adalah suatu kebutuhan serta tantangan yang tidak dapat dihindari. Kehadiran mereka merupakan suatu kebutuhan karena Indonesia masih membutuhkan tenaga-tenaga ahli asing dalam pengembangan sumber daya manusia diberbagai sektor ekonomi di Indonesia. Kehadiran tenaga kerja asing juga merupakan tantangan tersendiri karena kehadiran mereka menjadikan peluang kerja menjadi semakin kompetitif. Diperlukan kerja keras serta kebijakan pemerintah yang dapat memberikan kesempatan bagi pekerja dalam negeri untuk dapat bersaing dengan pekerja asing di Indonesia.

Pekerja asing yang bekerja di Indonesia terikat dan tunduk terhadap segala ketentuan ketenagakerjaan di Indonesia. Pemerintah juga memberlakukan ketentuan-ketentuan khusus bagi pekerja asing baik pada proses awal penggunaan tenaga kerja asing, penempatan tenaga kerja asing atau hak dan kewajiban tertentu yang berbeda dengan pekerja lokal.

Workshop ini didesain untuk memberikan pemahaman komprehensif tentang ketentuan-ketentuan hukum yang berlaku bagi pekerja asing di Indonesia. Dengan mengikuti workshop ini, para peserta diharapkan dapat memiliki pemahaman yang luas dan komprehensif tentang ketentuan-ketentuan hukum yang terkait dengan penggunaan tenaga kerja asing maupun hak dan kewajiban mereka di Indonesia.

Materi Pelatihan

  1. Prosedur dan tata cara penggunaan tenaga kerja asing
  2. Persyaratan dan ketentuan-ketentuan penggunaan tenaga kerja asing
  3. Hak dan kewajiban tenaga kerja asing
  4. Penempatan tenaga kerja asing
  5. Jabatan tenaga kerja asing
  6. Status hukum pekerja asing selaku direktur atau komisaris perusahaan
  7. Ketentuan tentang remunerasi Pekerja Asing

Pembicara

Umar Kasim, S.H., M.H., MKn.
Meniti karir sebagai pegawai negeri sipil, Umar Kasim mempunyai pengalaman cukup panjang dalam bidang hukum perburuhan dan regulasi ketenagakerjaan. Beliau aktif terlibat dalam berbagai perumusan peraturan perundang – undangan dibidang ketenagakerjaan dan memberikan konsultasi hukum kepada masyarakat, konsultan dan dunia usaha mengenai implementasi peraturan perundang – undangan dibidang ketenagakerjaan. Beliau juga aktif sebagai dosen dan pengajar serta menjadi pembicara dalam workshop, training dan seminar ketenagakerjaan diseluruh Indonesia

Peserta

Divisi Sumberdaya Manusia (HRD), General affairs, Legal Advisor, Manajer Hukum, konsultan hukum, Corporate Secretary pada sektor pertambangan

Investasi

  • Rp. 3.000.000,-/orang
  • (50% diskon untuk peserta ke – 5 dari perusahaan yang sama)

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Establishment of Foundation in Indonesia

Foundation or “stichting” is defined by law number 16/2001 as a legal entity which comprises of separated wealthy and is established to reach certain goals in the field of social, humanity and religious. From the mentioned definition can be concluded that foundation can not generate profits. The goals of the Foundation establishment are limited to social, humanity and profit.

Legal Basis

Foundation is governed under the law number 16/2001 as amended by law number 28/2004. There also an implementation regulation for Foundation under Government Regulation Number 63 year 2008.

Initial Foundation’s Wealthy

The foundation’s wealthy established by local individual is in the amount of IDR 10.000.000,- and for foreign individual and/or along with local individual in the amount of IDR 100.000.000,-.
Foundation that established by local and or foreign legal entity should owned an initial wealthy at least in the amount of IDR 100.000.000,-. The wealthy should be separated from the private founder wealthy.

Establishment Process

Foundation can be established by one person or more either Indonesian or foreigners. The process of establishment of foundation is carried out by making a deed of establishment made in Bahasa Indonesia before the public Notary. The process of establishment can be also made by proxy.
After the deed of establishment is made then the founder or its proxy apply for a legalization to the Ministry of Law and Human Rights through the Notary. Required document needed for the legalization process are as follow.

  • Copy of the Deed of Establishment
  • Copy of Tax Identity Number legalized by the Notary
  • Statement Letter regarding Domicile Letter of Foundation signed by the Board of Foundation and known by local Head of Sub district (Lurah/Kepala desa)

Receipt from the bank or statement Letter from the Bank or statement Letter from the Founders stating the value of the Foundation’s property separated from the initial property to establish the foundation
Statement Letter from founder stating the validity of the property mentioned
receipt of the paid cost for the legalization and announcement of foundation
The application should be submitted not later than 10 days after the deed of establishment is signed. The legalization will be obtained not later than 30 days after the submission of the application with complete document. The foundation will automatically obtain its legal status once the legalization is approved.

Organ

Foundation has three organ comprises of Board of Advisor, Board of Executive and Board of Supervisor.

Establishing A Foreing Investment Company

Investment in Indonesia is regulated mainly by New Investment Law No.25 of 2007 (April 26, 2007) (“Law 25/07”). Law 25/07 integrates the previous investment laws and its implementing regulations to some extent, but deals with some of the bottlenecks frequently cited by foreign investors doing business in the country. Important changes include those relating to investment approval procedures, land titles, and incentives.

Law 25/07 introduces new issues such as Corporate Social Responsibility and Dispute Settlement mechanism. Law 25/07 also introduces one door-integrated services pursuant to licensing process. The process runs from the application stage until the issuance of documents of all necessary documents, everything can now be done. Lanjutkan membaca Establishing A Foreing Investment Company