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Telp. +6221 8066 8686
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Sentral Senayan III Building 22nd
Jl. Asia Afrika No. 8,
Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan
Jakarta 10270, Indonesia
Telp. +6221 8066 8500
Fax.  +6221 8066 8501

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
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      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
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    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
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    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct

      Introduction

      This Code of Ethics and Conduct applies to all staff working in PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas. Staff of the Company are bound to observe all legislations which may have a more comprehensive coverage of the subject matters contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct.

      1. We Comply to Regulation and Compliance

      Staff should keep up-to-date and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations in Company respective area of operations.

      2. We Avoid Conflict of Interest

      Staff must not engage directly or indirectly in any business activity that competes or conflicts with the Company’s interest. Giving and receiving of gifts also can affect or be seen to affect business judgment hence may give rise to a conflict of interest. The Company and Staffare strictly comply with the Compny’s Corporate Gifts and Entertainment Policy when it comes to receiving or giving of gifts and receiving or giving of entertainment to/from any third parties, including but not limited to the Customers, suppliers/vendors or consultants.

      3. We Protect Data and Information of Client and Company Confidentiality

       

      The confidentiality of relations and dealings between the Company and its Customers is very important. Staffs are required to keep confidential all information relating to the  customers including information regarding Customer’s accounts and transactions.

      4. We Record and Report with Accuracy

      Staff always ensure that accurate and complete records of the Company’s operations are kept and maintained in such a form and for such a period as determined by the Company.

      5. We Against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing

      Company and Staff are obligated to prevent and fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. All Staff are required to be familiar with the Company’s policy and procedure to strictly adhere to the guidelines contained therein which inter alia, include:

       

      a.   Customer identification: to adopt a “Customer Due Diligence” policy wherein satisfactory evidence of the client's identity is to be obtained and effective procedures.

      Identification of suspicious transactions whereby staff should be aware of any unusual transaction activity that is disproportionate or inconsistent  with the client's known business or personal activities for that type of account.

      6. We Prohibited to Do “Inside Trading”

       

      The Company and its Staff observe all provisions contained in this Code of Ethics and Conduct and in addition to the requirements of the Capital Market which prohibits any person from using inside information to:

      1. acquire or dispose of, or enter into an agreement for or with a view to acquire or dispose such securities; or 
      2. procure, directly or indirectly, an acquisition or disposal of, or the entering into an agreement for or with a view to the acquire or dispose of such securities.

       

      Compliance

      Duties

      The Compliance will also oversee all Company compliance activities, enhancing compliance efforts where necessary and appropriate and reporting to the Board as requested on the status of compliance efforts and as a liaison officer handling the investigation conduct by Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) and/or the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

       

      Authorities

      • Compliance officer has the authority to take initiative to investigate supposed breaches of any laws, regulation and internal rules. In doing so, compliance may request assistance from other departments, including, but not limited to, Risk Management, Finance, Accounting and Settlement;
      • Compliance officer has the authority to request a copy of any document from any respective manager/employee, if such document is, at the sole discretion of Compliance, is needed for the proper administration of the compliance function.

      Whistleblowing

      In order to improve the effectiveness of fraud control system and Good Corporate Governance with emphasis on the disclosure of complaint (reporting), as well as to establish mutual cooperation, PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) expect to support of our customers and vendors to be able to report on events relating to act of fraud, breach of ethics, crime, abuse of authority, receivesremuneration, breach of company regulation and other matters that involve employees of MKES and / or other parties who have a relationship with MKES.
       
      By providing the disclosure of violations report as an initial information, meaning that customers and vendors have helped MKES active role in implementing good corporate governance and protection for customers and vendors.
       
      Media of Reporting
       
      The media of reporting can be used by customers and vendors to submit complaints.
       
                E-mail: compliance@maybank-ke.co.id
       
      To simplify and expedite the process of follow up, preferably MKES customers and vendors can provide information regarding the identity to facilitate communication with the reporting of information, at least:
       
           a.     Name of the complainant (anonymous is acceptable)
           b.     Telephone number / e-mail address
       
      The company would be grateful if the initial information is not in the form of reporting information based on rumors and bad faith.
       
      Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.
       
       

      Organization Chart

      Organization Chart

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  • The Maybank Kim Eng group of companies comprises businesses stretching around the globe. We provide services in corporate finance, debt markets, equity capital markets, derivatives, retail and institutional securities brokerage and research.

    • About Us
    • How can you benefit from us?
    • Brief History
    • Financial Report
    • Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      About Us

      We believe in an uncompromising focus on the needs of our client base. Our strengths lie in these areas:

      • Being one of top in the Asian market that we operate in.
        • Recognized by industry professionals through the numerous awards we win every year regionally.
        • A network spanning 11 countries with over 70 branches.
        • High capability research team in market and corporate performance analysis.
        • Constant innovation to bring you state of the art trading tools and charts.
        • Offering a flexible rate yet competitive without reducing quality.

      How can you benefit from us?

      Our track record and strengths in Asian markets will help you to make well informed decisions with regard to your investments.

      Gain access to:

      • FREE analyst research.
      • Continuous educational sessions to increase clients’ knowledge.
      • Flexible and personalized trading platforms.
      • iOS and Android Apps that allow clients to trade anywhere at anytime with real-time streaming of data.
      • Our experienced Investment Consultants who will help clients in transaction decision processes.

      Brief History

      PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas was established under the name PT Sinar Mas KES Securities on 21 June 1990. In 2013 the name of the Company changed become PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities after Maybank acquired majority ownership in the Company. On 22 February 2018 the Company name changed to be PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in order to comply with Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation, the amendment has been approved by Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia through letter No. AHU-0004147.AH.01.02 year of 2018. The Company's scopes of business are conducing underwriting and brokerage.


      Brokerage permit number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-251/PM/1992.

      Underwriter permint number of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas is PPE KEP-250/PM/1992.

      Financial Report

      Financial report of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas:

      1. Per 31 December 2017 (Audited)

      2. Per 30 June 2018 (Unaudited) 

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Decisions

      Annual General Meeting of Shareholders decision PTMKES for year:

      1. 2018


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  • Best Institution and Retail Broker in Indonesia

    Maybank Kim Eng Securities has gained top honours as the "Best Institution Broker" and “Best Retail Broker” in Indonesia by Alpha Southeast Asia for second time in a row which is selected from well over 200 submissions from locally-incorporated brokerages, commercial and investment banks and a select number of foreign banks from throughout the region. In addition, we have also received several awards regionally that testify to our strengths and commitment in this region.

    • Awards

      Awards

      Maybank Kim Eng Group

      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2007 - 2016
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Most Innovative Investment Bank from Asia-Pacific - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • International Technology & Operations Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014

       

      Indonesia

      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2016
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2015
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) -The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013

       

      Singapore

      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Mobile Platform - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Trading Ideas and Strategies - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Runner-up) - SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst in Industrials Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012, 2014
      • Building of The Year (Office Category): 48 North Canal Road - ArchDaily | 2014
      • Best Local Bond Currency Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Swiber Capital's S$150 million Islamic Trust Certificate) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Education Materials - Investment Trends' Singapore Broking Report | 2013
      • Best Retail Broker Award - SIAS Investors Choice Awards | 2013
      • Top 2 Analyst in Resources and Infrastructure Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst in Real Estate Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 5 SGX Securities Broker (ASEAN Category) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 3 SGX Securities Broker (Structured Warrants) - Singapore Exchange | 2012
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Singapore - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Retail Broker Award (Merit Award)- SIAS Investors' Choice Awards | 2011, 2012
      • Top 50 Singapore Brands - Brand Finance | 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Maybank's US$1.5 billion Acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Singapore - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011

       

      Thailand

      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 3 Best Execution in Thailand - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2010, 2012, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Analyst for Food & Services Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Energy & Petrochemical Sector - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Retail Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Analyst for Small-Caps (Institutional Category) - Investment Analysts Association of Thailand | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Agent of 2011 - Thai Futures Exchange | 2011
      • Top 3 Best Research Coverage for Small Caps - Asiamoney | 2011

       

      Philippines

      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2011, 2014
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in the Philippines - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Corporate Governance - PSE Bell Awards | 2013, 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013, 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Brokerage Research House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Brokerage Execution House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2013
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
      • Top 3 Best Local Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Best Equity House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2009, 2011
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011

       

       

      Malaysia

      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Real Estate Deal of the Year (Midciti’s RM1.555 billion SukukMurabahah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Trade Finance Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Murabahah Deal of the Year (EXIM’s US$200 million SukukWakalah) - Islamic Finance News | 2014
      • Best REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Equity House in ASEAN - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic REIT Deal Of the Year In Southeast Asia - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2014
      • Best Renminbi (Offshore) Offering (CagamasGlobal’s RMB1.5 billion 3.7% bond due 2017) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Project Financing (Banten Power Plant’s US$730 million debt financing, Indonesia) - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Local Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Overall Country Research in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Overall Sales Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Execution in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Best Sales Trader in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Banks in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Energy in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Health Care in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Real Estate in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Tecnology, Hardware & Equipment in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Research Coverage for Utilities in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Best for Events and/or Conferences in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013, 2014
      • Top 2 Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2014
      • Best Brokerage House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Best Deal (7-Eleven's US$225 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2014
      • Top Analyst in Construction & Engineering Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2014
      • Best Bank for M&A Advisory in Malaysia - Euromoney | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Top Rank: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Research in Malaysian Ringgit Bonds - Highly Commended: 3rd Place - The Asset Research in Asian Local Currency Bonds | 2014
      • Best Investment Bank Malaysia - Global Banking & Finance Review | 2014
      • Malaysia Domestic Project Finance Bank of the Year - Asian Banking and Finance | 2014
      • Best Broker - FinanceAsia | 2014
      • Best Institutional Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2014
      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2014
      • Broker of the Year - The Asian Banker Financial Markets Awards | 2014
      • Best Islamic Equity (UMW Oil & Gas Corporation’s RM2.7 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Corporate Sukuk/Best New Sukuk (Sime Darby’s US$800 million 5-year & 10-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Most Innovative Deal (Telekom Malaysia’s RM200 million Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (CagamasBerhad’s RM3.8 billion Multi-tenor Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Highly Commended Best Deal in Malaysia (DanaInfraNasional’s RM300 million Exchange-traded Sukuk - RM8 billion Programme) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Best Deal in Singapore (Swiber Capital’s S$150 million 5-year Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards | 2014
      • Infrastructure & Project Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (Banten Power Plant) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Asia-Pacific (CagamasBerhad) - The Banker Magazine | 2014
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2010, 2012, 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Number of Issues: 2nd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012, 2013
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Innovation in Islamic Finance - RAM League Awards | 2013
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million First Tranche Exchange Traded Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Telekom Malaysia's RM200 million SukukWakalah Program) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Corporate Finance Deal of the Year (Sime Darby Global's US$800 million Dual Tranche Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2013
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Bond Deal of the Year for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's RM300 million Exchange Traded Retail Sukuk MTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best Foreign Currency Bond Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Sime Darby's US$800 million Multi Currency Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Best IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best IPO Deal for Retail Investors in Southeast Asia (UMW Oil & Gas' US$820 million) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2013
      • Regional Deal of the Year - Best Secondary Offering (Matahari Department Store's US$1.5 billion re-IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Deal (Sime Darby's US$800 million Two-tranche Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Analyst in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Research Coverage in Banks and Consumer Services in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Best Salesperson in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 2 Best in Sales Trading in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2012, 2013
      • Most Improved Brokerage Over the Last 12 Months - Asiamoney | 2011, 2012
      • Best for Roadshows and Company Visits in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Top 3 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Debt House in Malaysia - Asiamoney | 2013
      • Best Islamic Equity (IHH Healthcare's US$2.2 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Highly Commended - Best Islamic Equity (Felda Global Ventures' US$3.3 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Islamic Project Finance (Malakoff Tanjung Bin Energy's RM6.5 billion loan and SukukMurabaha) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • Best Local Currency Sukuk (DanaInfraNasional's RM2.4 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2013
      • RAM Lead Manager Award, Programme Value: 1st Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM Lead Manager Award Islamic, Programme Value: 3rd Place - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Industry Recognition Award - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • RAM BluePrint Awards: Most Innovative Deal of The Year - RAM League Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Deal of the Year (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahama's RM23.35 billion IMTN Programme and RM11 billion Guaranteed SukukProgramme) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Innovative Deal of the Year (Malaysia Airline System's RM1.5 billion Perpetual Junior Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Project Finance Deal of the Year (Boustead Naval Shipyard's Syndicated Trade Facilities of up to RM2.06 billion) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • IPO Deal of the Year (Felda Global Ventures' RM16.59 billion IPO) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Restructuring Deal of the Year (N.U.R Power's RM150 million Sukuk) - Islamic Finance News | 2012
      • Most Outstanding Islamic Investment Bank - KLIFF Islamic Finance Awards | 2012
      • Asia Pacific Project Bond of the Year (Tanjung Bin Energy) - PFI Awards | 2012
      • Malaysia Capital Markets Deal of the Year (IHH Healthcare's RM6.3 billion Malaysia and Singapore IPO) - IFR Asia | 2012
      • Best IPO Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia & Best Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia for Minority Shareholders (Felda Global Ventures Holdings' US$3.1 billion IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Dual-Listed IPO Of the Year in Southeast Asia; & Best Equity Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IHH's RM6.7 billion (S$2.7 billion) Equity offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Mid Cap Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (Gas Malaysia's US$241.5 million public offering) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best REIT Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia; Most Innovative Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (IGB's US$275.3 million (RM837.5 million) REIT) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Project Financing Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (DanaInfraNasional's US$780 million (RM2.4 billion) Islamic Commercial Papers & IMTN) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Finance Deal Of The Year In Southeast Asia (US$11.1 billion (RM23.35 billion) IMTN Programme + RM11 billion PLUS Guaranteed Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia Deal & Solution Awards | 2012
      • Best Bond House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Equity House - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2012
      • Best Financial Adviser for Asia - Global Finance, World's Best Project & Infrastructure Finance Providers | 2012
      • Best M&A House - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Deal (IHH Healthcare's US$2.15 billion IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Deal of the Year/ Best Sovereign Sukuk (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Deal, Malaysia (Government of Malaysia's US$2 billion Dual Tranche Global Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Equity (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Corporate Sukuk (ProjekLebuhrayaUsahasama's RM30.6 billion Sukuk) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Best Islamic Restructuring Deal (PengurusanAset Air Berhad) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2012
      • Islamic Finance Deal of the Year (Wakala Global SukukBhd) - Global Finance | 2012
      • Best IPO / Equity Deal (Bumi Armada Berhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Musharakah Deal (Ranhill Power Sdn. Bhd.) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border Deal (PT TH Indo Plantations) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Country / Sovereign Deal (Wakala Global SukukBerhad) - Islamic Finance News | 2011
      • Best Cross Border M&A (Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Domestic Securitisation (SabanaShariah Compliant Industrial Reit S$132 million Islamic securitisation facility) - The Asset Triple A Regional Awards | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Bond House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Malaysia Equity House - IFR Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal/Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SapuraCrest Petroleum's RM11.85 billion M&A) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Equity/ IPO Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Bumi Armada's US$888 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Islamic Finance/ Most Innovative Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (Government of Malaysia's US$1.2 billion & US$800 million Wakala Global Sukuk) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Mid-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (SalimIvomasPratama's US$387 million IPO) - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Small-Cap Equity Deal of the Year in Southeast Asia (MSM - Malaysia's US$270 million IPO) Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011
      • Best Deal (Financial Adviser for Maybank's US$1.5 billion acquisition of Maybank Kim Eng Holdings) - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Rising Star Domestic Investment Bank - The Asset Triple A Awards | 2011
      • Top 3 Analysts in Food and Beverage Sector - The Wall Street Journal's Asia's Best Analysts Ranking and Survey | 2011
      • Promising Young Banker Award - The Asian Banker | 2011


      Vietnam

      • Best Retail Broker - Alpha Southeast Asia | 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
      • Most Trusted Brands - The Vietnam Economic Times Poll | 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
      • Top 3 Best for Overall Country Research in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Top 2 Most Independent Research Brokerage in Vietnam - Asiamoney | 2012
      • Golden Dragon Award - Vietnam Economic Times | 2011, 2012

       

      Hong Kong

      • Best ASEAN broker - Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Award | 2013, 2014
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earnings Estimators in Food & Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top 3 Analyst for Top Earning Estimators in Real Estate & Construction Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2013
      • Top Analyst in Food and Beverages Sector - StarMine Analyst Awards | 2011

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    • Wilianto Ie - President Director
    • Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director
    • The BOD Code of Conduct
    • Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wilianto Ie - President Director

      Wilianto is the President Director of the Company since January 2015. Previously he served as the Head of Research at PT Nomura Indonesia in 2010-2013, as Senior Analyst at PT CLSA Indonesia in 2002-2010, as Head of Research PT Kim Eng Indonesia in 2002, as Senior Analyst PT Indosuex WI Carr Securities Indonesia in 1998-2001, as Senior Analyst at PT Standard Chartered Securities Indonesia in 1997, and as Analyst at PT Schroders Indonesia in 1995-1997.


      Wilianto Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pancasila University in 1991 and a Master’s Degree in Business Administartion from Pittsburg State University in 1993. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

      Indriastuti Widi Utami - Director

      Indriastuti Widi Utami is the Director of the Company since May 2015. Previously she served in various key positions at PT Mandiri Sekuritas for over 15 years and with the last position as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Legal Division. She also served as Senior Vice President, Head
      of Compliance at PT CIMB Securities for almost 3 years.

       

      Indriastuti Widi Utami holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economic from Jendral Sudirman University in 1995 and a Master’s Degree in Financial Management from Mercu Buana university in 2008. She holds Broker Dealer License, Underwriter License, and Investment Manager License.

      The BOD Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Directors (BOD) runs PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) pursuant to the intention, aim, and goal of PT MKES.

      2. The BOD shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOD shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. President Director shall be entitled and authorized to act on behalf of BoD and represents PT MKES, in the absence of President Director the other BOD member shall be entitled to act on behalf of BOD and represents PT MKES without proxy letter.



      Wiwiek Susanto - Director

      Wiwiek is the Director of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas 2019. Previously he served as the President Director of PT Sucor Sekuritas in 2016-2017 and as Director in several companies: PT Macquarie Capital Securities (2015-2016), PT HSBC Indonesia (2013-2015), PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia (2012-2013), PT Nomura Indonesia (2010-2012), PT BPS Capital Indonesia (2009-2010), OTO Capital Advisory Ltd, Singapura (2005-2009), and PT Bapindo Bumi Sekuritas (2002-2005). He started his career at several companies in Singapore: JP Morgan Chase, Salomon Smith/ Schroders, and Deutsche Bank.


      Wiwiek holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy at University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA in 1996. He holds Underwriter License and Investment Manager License.

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    • I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner
    • Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner
    • The BOC Code of Conduct
    • Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      I Nyoman Tjager - President Commissioner

      I Nyoman Tjager, born in Bali on March 30, 1950. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Gadjah Mada University (1976) Yogyakarta, then obtained a Master of Economic at Fordham University in New York - USA (1987) and completed the Doctoral Program of Law at University of Gadjah Mada in 2003.


      Prior to his appointment as the President Commissioner of the Company, he started his career in the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (BAPEPAM) Ministry of Finance on the Law and Regulations division from 1979 to 1999 with his last position as the Bureau Chief of Legal. During 1999-2000, he served as an Assistant Minister of National Business Development at Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Deputy Minister/ Deputy Head of BKPM and coaching BUMN for Restructuring and Privatization of the PM-BUMN Minister Office and as the State Minister Secretary/ BKPM and BUMN Main Secretary. In 2000 – 2001 served as Directorat General of coaching BUMN Ministry of Finance and from 2001 – 2005 as expert staff of Ministry of small industry BUMN.


      Aside as Government Officer he also served as Commissioner in various private companies during 1993 – 2014 such as President Commissioner of Indonesia Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Commissioner of PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Tbk. (Persero). Commissioner and Chariman of Committee Audit of PT Bank Lippo Tbk, President Commissioner of Indonesia Stock Exchange, Independent Commissioner & Cahirman of Audit Committee PT Ancora Indonesia Resources Tbk., and Independent Commissioner & Vice Chairman committee GCG, Nomination and Remuneration AJB Bumiputera 1912.


      From 2001 up to this time served as Deputy President Commissioner/Independent Commisioner and Chairman of Audit Committee PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk., member of Audit Committee & Risk Oversight Committee of PT Bank Nationalnobu Tbk., President Commissioner/Independent Commissioner & Chairman of Audit Committee PT Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo Tbk., President Commissioner of PT Hanson International Tbk., President Commissioner /Independent Commissioner & Chairman Audit Committee of PT Wahana Ottomitra Multiartha Tbk., and Independen Commissioner & Cahirman Audit Committee PT Home Credit Indonesia. Since November 2016 he also served as expert staff planning in Special Task Force For Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities Republic of Indonsiea (SKK Migas).

      Deswandhy Agusman - Commissioner

      Deswandhy Agusman born in Silungkang on 11 December 1959, held a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology in 1985, then obtained Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver Colorado, USA in 1988.


      Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, he served as a Director General of the Financing and Savings and Loans Facility of the Cooperative and PKM Department in 1998 - 1999, he served as a Deputy of the State Minister of the Cooperatives and Small Medium Entreprise (SME) Ministry in 1999-2001, he served as an Expert Staff to the Minister of the Cooperatives and SME Ministry in 2001-2003, serves as a Team Leader in the Formulation of Micro Finance Institutions Act (RUU-MFI) in 2001, served as a member of the “Komite Nasional untuk Tata Kelola Perusahaan yang Baik” in 2000-2004 and in 2014 until now serves as a Commissioner of PT Berau Cool Energy, Tbk.

       

      His expertise in the Capital Market and/or Financial Field has reflected from his experiences in the financial and banking institutions. He also holds Brokerage License and Investment Advisory License since 1991 and Underwriter License since 1992.

      The BOC Code of Conduct

      1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) perform supervisory function upon management's policy, management performance in general, either related to PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PT MKES) and its business, and provide advice to the Board of Director.

      2. The BOC shall have strong commitment to comply with prevailing regulations.

      3. The BOC shall have strong commitment to the business growth of PT MKES.

      4. BOC is a board and therefore a BOC member is unable to act individually and must refer to the BOC's resolution.

       

      Dato’ Abdul Hamid Bin SH Mohamed

      Dato’ Hamid is currently Independent Director of Maybank Investment Berhad since 26th October 2017, and member of its Audit Committee and Credit & Underwriting Review Committee.

      He started his career at Messrs Lim Ali & Co/Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young) in Kuala Lumpur. He then joined the Corporate Banking Department in Bumiputera Merchant Bankers Berhad for 5 years. In 1994, he joined Amanah Capital Malaysia Berhad (formerly known as Komplek Kewangan Malaysia Berhad) and left when he was the Head of Corporate Services Division in 1998. He then joined Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Bursa Malaysia, from May 1998 to 2003 with last designation as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), before finally become the Main Board of a listed company, Symphony House Berhad, as Executive Director, since 2003.


      Currently, Dato’ Hamid also become the Commissioner of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas in Indonesia, Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Pos Malaysia Berhad—a company listed on Bursa Malaysia, and Independent Director of Anfaal Capital K.S.C.—an Investment Bank/Asset Management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since January 2013.

       

      He completed the Association of Accounting Technicians course in 1985 at the Centre for Business Studies in Greenwich, London. In December 1988, he also completed the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants finals at Emile Woolf School of Accountancy, London. Presently a fellow of the Association since 2003.

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  • Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (MKES) always ensured that all activities and functions in the company must be aligned and subject to the prevailing rules and regulations of the Financial Services Authority and the Self Regulatory Organization (SRO) in the field of capital markets.

    • Internal Audit
    • Risk Management
    • Code of Conduct
    • Compliance
    • Whistleblowing
    • Organization Chart

      Internal Audit

      1. INTRODUCTION

      Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve the operations of PT Maybank Kim Eng Sekuritas (PTMKES).  It helps PTMKES accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

       

      2. RESPONSIBILITY

      2.1 Tanggung jawab utama dari internal audit adalah melakukan pengujian dan penilaian secara berkelanjutan atas efektifitas dan efisiensi kerangka kerja manajemen risiko dan sistem pengendalian internal, dalam rangka menyediakan assurance yang dapat dipertanggungjawabkan bahwa kerangka kerja dan sistem tersebut beroperasi secara efektif dan efisien.

      2.2 Apart from the general scope of audit, Internal Audit may be required to conduct investigation on suspected irregularity or fraudulent activities within PTMKES and to report to BOC the results of such investigations.

       

      3. AUTHORITY

      3.1 Internal auditors are authorised to carry out a comprehensive program of auditing within PTMKES and initiate audits, examinations and inspections at such time as he/she may determine and without advance notice, with respect to any of PTMKES’ activities as deemed necessary.

      3.2 Internal auditors, with strict accountability for confidentiality and safeguarding records and information, have full and unrestricted access to any and all of PTMKES’ records, physical properties and personnel pertinent to carrying out any engagement.  All employees are requested to assist the internal audit activity in fulfilling its roles and responsibiities.  The internal audit function will also have unrestricted access to BOC.

      Risk Management

      Concept

      The Company established the three lines of defense concept; risk taking units (business units), risk controls units, and internal audit. The risk taking units manage the day to day management of risks inherent in their business activities, while the risk control units are responsible for setting the risk management framework and developing tools and methodologies. Complementing this is internal audit, which provides independent assurance of the effectiveness of the risk management approach.

       

      Board of Directors  Responsibility

       

      The Board of Directors acknowledgement its overall responsibility in establishing a sound risk management framework and internal control system as well as reviewing its adequacy and effectiveness. The Board of Directors is of the view that the risk management framework and internal control system are designed to manage the Company’s risks within the acceptable risk appetite, rather than to eliminate the risk failure to achieve the business goals and adjectives. It can therefore only provide reasonable, rather than absolute assurance against material financial misstatement, fraud or loss.

       

      The Board of Directors has established a governance structure to ensure effective oversight of risk and controls in the Company. The Board of Directors is satisfied that the Company has implemented an ongoing process to identify, evaluate, monitor, manage and respond to significant risks faced by the Company in its achievement of the business goals and objectives and in consideration of the changes in the business environment and regulatory requirements. The outcome of this process is closely monitored and reported to the Board of Directors for deliberation. This on-going process is has been in place for the entire financial year under review and up to the date of approval of this statement for inclusion in the Annual Report.

       

      The Board of Directors receives reports on a monthly basis relating to regulatory developments and compliance deficiencies identified within the Company. The Board of Directors focuses on the deficiencies reported, understands the root causes and directs management to take all steps necessary to correct the circumstances and conditions that has caused the compliance deficiencies. This includes specific remediation plans and follow-up actions to ensure the deficiencies are addressed.

       

      Management Responsibility

       

      The Management is overall responsible for implementing the Board of Directors policies and procedures on risks and controls and its roles include:

       

      • Identifying and evaluating the risks faced, and the achievement of business objectives and strategies;
      • Formulating relevant policies and procedures to manage these risks;
      • Designing, implementing and monitoring the effective implementation of risk management framework and internal control system;
      • Implementing the policies approved by the Board of Directors;
      • Implementing the remedial actions to address the compliance deficiencies as directed by the Board of Directors; and
      • Reporting in a timely manner to the Board of Directors any changes to the risks and the corrective actions taken.

      Code of Conduct