2016 FinCoNet Annual General Meeting


15-17 November 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia

The FinCoNet Annual General Meeting will be hosted by the Indonesia Financial Services Authority (OJK) in Jakarta, Indonesia on 15-16 November 2016, and will be directly followed by the FinCoNet/OJK International Seminar on Financial Consuler Protection, which will be held on 17 November 2016 (half day).


 FinCoNet AGM

The first (morning) session on day one of the Annual General Meeting (15 November 2016) will be a closed session for FinCoNet members only.

In the following open sessions on day one, the Chairman of the Indonesia Financial Services Authority will deliver a keynote address entitled ‘Building National Strategic on Consumer Financial Protection in Indonesia’. Participants will then have the opportunity to engage in a roundtable blue sky session focused on forward looking supervisory risks, trends and priorities.

Day two, 16 November 2016, will start with an update from the FinCoNet Member from Japan on Cross-Border Transactions.  The rest of the day will be dedicated to the work of the FinCoNet Standing Committees and two workshops.  Workshop I will focus on the important topic of Digitalisation of High Cost Lending, while Workshop II will discuss Practices and tools required to Support Risk Based Supervision in a Digital Age.


FinCoNet/OJK International Seminar on Financial Consumer Protection:

The Seminar to be held on day three, 17 November 2016, and co-hosted by FinCoNet and the Indonesia Financial Services Authority will address the topic of 'Fast Innovation and Development of Fintech: Striking a Balance Between Financial Inclusion and Consumer Protection'.

The first session of the Seminar will include interventions on the supervisory overview of fintech. Potential opportunities and risks; challenges in supervision; current and futures policies and supervision and regulation. ADR mechanisms will also be explored and a case study on customer protection or complaints in fintech, customer needs and behaviour changes will be presented.

The second session of the Seminar will provide an industry overview, touching on issues such as statistics and the development of fintech in Indonesia and other countries; opportunities and challenges as well as recommendations.

The evolution of digital transactions in banking and capital markets and the anticipated growth of fintech will also be addressed and some recommendations made.


>> Agenda (pdf)

>> Information note (pdf)

>> Workshop I presentations (ZIP)

>> International Seminar presentations (ZIP)



Sally Day-Hanotiaux,
FinCoNet Secretariat 
Tel: +33 145 24 96 61


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