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Improving the quality of public credit registry data

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☞ Policy consultation to enhance Indonesian credit reporting structure
by adopting 2-Tier system of Public Registry and Private Credit Bureau
Year 2011  Enhancing Credit Market Infrastructure with Emphasis on Public Credit Registry System ☞ Technical consultation to enhance current PCR system (Bank Indoneisa SID)
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Ⅰ. Introduction-Project overview
Indonesia KSP regarding Credit Infrastructure Year 2012  Improving the Quality of Public Credit Registry Data ☞ Technical consultation on debtor verification and data quality
Background
▶ Currently, there is no unique identification number in Indonesia. The Indonesian government is currently conducting a NIK project to assign unique ID number. ▶ Current debtor identifying logic cannot exactly identify a debtor (still needs human confirmation). ▶ These conditions causes several difficulties in sharing and distributing credit data in the technical aspect( low matching rate) and undermine quality of data.
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Ⅰ. Introduction-Project overview
Indonesia KSP regarding Credit Infrastructure Year 2012  Improving the Quality of Public Credit Registry Data ☞ Technical consultation on debtor verification and data quality
Objectives
▶ Define a new logic to automatically identify a debtor and define the method to measure the power of the logic. ▶ Define a short term strategy to enhance the quality of SID data. ▶ Define a long term strategy to enhance the quality of BIK data.
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Ⅰ. Introduction-Current Situations
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Title Improving the quality of public credit registry data
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Lee, Wook Jae; Chun, Sung Jun

Author(Korean)

이욱재; 전성준

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Credit Bureau

Date 2013-07
Event

Knowledge Sharing Program(KSP) Dissemination Seminar

Series Title; No Thematic Sessions(Finance)
Pages 18
Subject Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Holding KDI; KDI School

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