About IDX

Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) is a Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) facilitating capital markets development in Indonesia whose vision is to become a competitive stock exchange with world class credibility. In 2010, we are awarded as the best stock exchange in Asia Pacific due to our excellent performance and achievements. We are also acknowledged as one of the stock exchanges with outstanding index performance and market capitalization in the world.

Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance (hereinafter referred to as CG) is a system designed to direct the management of the company in a professional manner based on the principles of transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence, fairness and equality. IDX as a facilitator and regulator of capital markets in Indonesia has a commitment to become the Stock Exchange of globally competitive.

Implementation of the commitments of CG or so called the Good Corporate Governance (GCG) as part of the Company’s mission to create the competitive edge to attract investors and listed companies through the empowerment of stock exchange members and participants, the creation of value-added, cost efficiency and the implementation of good governance.

IDX has successfully implemented the guidelines, frameworks and principles of CG effectively and efficiently in the operations of the Company and is committed to make continuous improvement on the practices of CG in the future.

Implementation of GCG will lead to the creation of accountability of the Company, fair and independent transactions, as well as reliability and quality of information to the public.


Candidates should be familiar with the following readings; Embarking on a New Journey (PDF Download), How To Invest in Indonesian Capital Market and the article: The Next Leap of the Indonesian Economy, The Jakarta Globe.

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Indonesia Stock Exchange Building, 1st Tower
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53
Jakarta Selatan 12190, Indonesia

Student Profiles

Emily Woods was a participant in the 2017 Business Professional Practicum from Curtin University.

Emily is studying a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in International Business.

Emily received a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant to support her participation in this program. Read more here.

Megan Reinwald was a participant in the 2017 Business Professional Practicum from The University of Melbourne.

Megan is studying a Master of International Business.

Read more here.

Catherine Johnson was a participant in the 2017 Business Professional Practicum from Queensland University of Technology.

Catherine is studying a Bachelor of Business.

Read more here.