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Prevention Policies for Money Laundering through Capital Market Instruments: The Case of Indonesia

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The phenomenon of money laundering through capital market instruments and various investment instruments in it is a challenge for law enforcement officials, particularly the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in investigating money laundering crimes originating from corruption. This study aims to analyze comprehensively about: (1) implementation of policies on prevention and eradication of money laundering at the KPK in the context of handling money laundering on the capital market; and (2) an effective model for implementing policies to prevent and eradicate money laundering in the KPK in the context of handling money laundering on the capital market. By using a qualitative approach and Interactive Model analysis from Miles and Huberman, it was concluded that the results of the implementation of the policy of preventing and eradicating money laundering at the Corruption Eradication Commission in the context of handling money laundering crimes in the capital market had a positive impact on society, individuals and groups. The theoretical implications of the results of this study are related to the content of policy that is still relevant but for the context of implementation it needs to be refined or reconstructed by adding three elements, namely: communication, monitoring, and evaluation and security.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Methodology

4. Results and Discussion

5. Conclusion

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