Indonesia Stock Exchange

Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was formerly known as Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX). In 2007 Surabaya Stock Exchange was merged into Jakarta Stock Exchange. As a result, JSX changed its name into the "Indonesia Stock Exchange".

Bonds listed in IDX consist of: Corporate Bonds, Government Bonds, Corporate Sukuk, State Sharia Securities/SBSN (or Corporate Sukuk), Asset-Backed Securities (ABS). All these instruments can be traded and has been reported the trading through Indonesia Stock Exchange.

Derivatives listed in the Exchange are financial derivatives which derived from instruments such as stock, bond, stock index, bond index, currency, interest rate or other financial instruments.

Indonesia Stock Exchange also organizes many education programs to educate potential investors about Capital Market. One of them is the IDX Regular Education Program which aims to arouse public interest in learning share investment so that they will become competent investors, and meanwhile, attract new investors, either retailed ones or institutionals. The participants of this program include entrepreneurs, executives, academics, retirees, and others, especially those who have not yet invested in the Capital Market.

On June 17, 2009, the IDX, Indonesian Clearing and Guarantee Corporation and Indonesian Central Securities Depository (SROs), through the Indonesia Capital Market Education Association, signed an MOU related to the establishment of “Indonesia Capital Market Education Center” with the Universitas Indonesia.

On April 15, 2010, the IDX and Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) signed a Meorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two exchanges at the Laguna Hotel & Spa, Nusa Dua – Bali. This event was held in conjunction with the 29th Asian and Oceanian Stock Exchanges Federation (AOSEF) General Assembly, which is hosted by the IDX.

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