PEKANBARU: Data Center for Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) noted West Java and Jakarta on top of suspicious financial transactions list with 14.8% and 39.4% respectively.
The other provinces that booked suspicious financial transactions report (LTKM) on top rank are East Kalimantan Province at 2.1%, Riau Province at 2.4%, Banten Province at 2.9%, Northern Sumatra at 4.3%, Central Java at 8.1%, and East Java at 10.1%. The rest provinces are below 2%.
"So far all reports of suspicious transactions has been investigated, including Riau, by Indonesian National Police, the Attorney General, and the Corruption Eradication Commission [KPK]," the PR PPATK Natsir Kongah said as cited by Antara, Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
PPATK noted individuals dominated the transactions, which reached 93.1% and only 6.9% of the transaction by the companies or cooperatives.
However, if based on gender, the transactions dominated by males with 65.9%, while only 34.1% by females.
The cumulative suspicious financial transactions to be submitted until March 2012 were 90.392 reports which banks made 49.556 reports and nonbank institutions made 40.836 reports. (msw)