Legislation of Law Number 9/2017 as Indonesia's Commitment to Automatic Exchange of Financial Information and Comparison to Malaysia’s Commitment


  • Bambang Sugeng Ariadi Subagyono Airlangga University




Legislation; Inland Revenue; AEoI; financial information; tax.


Taxpayer data and information of banking and finance institutions are useful for guidance in giving prediction on any kind of development.  A corrective act must be taken as an effort of law enforcement within taxation sector and to increase the Inland Revenue. Financial information exchange concerning on tax interests can be done by both demand and automatic way (Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information/AEol). This study aimed to know the urgency of Legislations of Law Number 9/2017 as the country allowance increasing effort and how Malaysia's Commitment to Implement Automatically Exchange Information Relating to Financial Accounts (AEoI). Using descriptive qualitative as the methodology, the result showed that Indonesia proved the commitment by signing Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement after AEoI and agreed to start the automatic financial information exchange. It has approved on the Legislation Number1/2017 on financial information access as tax interests which then changed to Legislation Number 9/2017 a year later. Meanwhile, in comparison, Malaysia’s commitment to the AEoI has signed some agreements and committed to exchange information with respect to different types of accounts opened and maintained by the Malaysian financial institutions.


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How to Cite

SUBAGYONO, B. S. A. Legislation of Law Number 9/2017 as Indonesia’s Commitment to Automatic Exchange of Financial Information and Comparison to Malaysia’s Commitment. Research, Society and Development, [S. l.], v. 8, n. 9, p. e21891237, 2019. DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v8i9.1237. Disponível em: https://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/1237. Acesso em: 25 sep. 2021.



Human and Social Sciences