The Role of Bank Indonesia against Commercial Banks in an Effort to Achieve Good Corporate Governance Based on Bank Indonesia Regulation Number 8/14 Year 2006
Tony, Rahmi Ainy
Research conducted by the author included in the type of normative legal research using descriptive approach legislation. Types of data used in research in the form of secondary data. For secondary data, the author uses several legal sources namely primary legal materials, secondary legal materials, and tertiary legal materials. The technique of collecting from the data obtained both primary and secondary data then analyzed descriptively that problem-solving procedure researched by way of exposing data which have been obtained from literature study then analyzed with conclusion form. The vision of Bank Indonesia is to become a trustworthy (credible) central bank institution nationally and internationally through strengthening the values of its strategy and achieving low and stable inflation. The mission of Bank Indonesia is to achieve and maintain the stability of the rupiah through the maintenance of monetary stability and the development of financial system stability for sustainable long-term national development. In need of sectoral Good Corporate Governance regulations, such as among banks to become a reference for bank managers in managing their companies in accordance with the principles of Good Corporate Governance, to realize the role of Bank Indonesia in regulating the implementation of Good Corporate Governance in the banking world, it is necessary in the wake of a strategic directed to encourage a healthy internal governance bank and a conducive external environment where the instruments are none other than the provisions regarding the application of the principles of Good Corporate Governance. The implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) very seats to know the quality of GCG implementation that should be reflected in the company’s financial performance as well as the behaviour of employees and officials. In addition, other information relating to the implementation of GCG Bank is an appraisal factor of GCG implementation, such as problems arising from the impact of remuneration policy on a bank or internal disputes that interfere with the Bank’s operational and/or business continuity.
Keywords: Bank Indonesia, Good Corporate Governance.