Over the past 12 months, the Indonesian economy has continued its strong run, posting the highest GDP growth within the Asean region. But the Indonesian banking sector is still relatively nascent.
The lack of risk-driven pricing is largely a consequence of a relatively immature interbank market for transferring risk. Although there is an interbank deposit market and an interest rate swap market, they are predominantly accessed for funding at the margin and bespoke duration hedging, rather than b
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