Indonesia’s regulators granted new powers amid independence concerns for central bank
Indonesia’s sweeping new 800-page financial services law includes new powers for the Financial Services Authority, a reclassification of digital assets as securities, new concepts for securitisation market, and legal recognition of the country’s new central bank digital currency - but it has also prompted concerns over the central bank’s future independence.
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