THE COMPARISON OF BANKING SUPERVISION MODEL IN INDONESIA, UNITED KINGDOM, SOUTH KOREA AS EFORTS TO IMPROVE INDONESIAN SUPERVISION SYSTEM

Sulistyandari Sulistyandari

Abstract


This study aims to improve banking supervision by conducting

comparative studies research model of banking supervision in Indonesia,

the UK, South Korea and the aspirations of the respondents (Bank, OJK,

theorist) in Central Java on efforts to improve banking supervision is

now done in Indonesia. The results show Indonesian comparison with the

UK and South Korea gives the idea that the OJK in charge of education

and consumer protection to enhance its role as practiced by the FCA

in the UK, and the LPS assignments need to be expanded in order to

ensure that all consumers of financial institutions as was done by the

FSCS in the UK and KDIC in South Korea. Aspirations of the people of the

regulation and supervision of banking include aspects of regulatory, law

enforcement, infrastructure, community (the Bank) and culture.

Keywords: comparison of banking supervision.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20884/1.jdh.2015.15.2.384

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