Provisions for Criminal Acts in Banking In Banking Law Perspective

Rudy Indrawan


This paper aims to provide information about criminal acts in the banking sector listed in Law No. 10 of 1998 concerning Amendments to Law No. 7 of 1992 concerning Banking. There are 5 types of criminal acts in the banking sector, namely crimes related to licensing; criminal offences relating to the disclosure of bank secrets; criminal acts related to bank supervision; Criminal acts of false listing, bribery, precautionary principles and criminal acts relating to shareholders. At the norm level, there are already sufficient rules governing criminal acts in the banking sector. Law enforcement can be done through preventive and repressive countermeasures.

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