Indonesia's PMI lauds capital market SRO's support on PMI Day

Indonesia's PMI lauds capital market SRO's support on PMI Day

COVID-19 vaccination event held by SRO. (ANTARA/HO-Panitia HUT Pasar Modal/FR)

The PMI is very thankful for this support and aid. It will return all of the assistance from the SRO of the capital market to the people, both directly and through other forms of humanitarian health activities
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Chairman of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI)'s  Jakarta Office Rustam Effendi, in a statement here, Saturday, lauded the support from Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) of the capital market in Indonesia during the PMI Day commemorated on September 17.

The SRO of the capital market in Indonesia comprises PT Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI), PT Kliring Penjaminan Efek Indonesia (KPEI), and PT Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia (KSEI).

During the PMI Day, coinciding with the 44th Anniversary of Indonesia's Capital Market, the SRO held a blood and plasma convalescent donation event simultaneously across several cities.


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"The PMI is very thankful for this support and aid. It will return all of the assistance from the SRO of the capital market to the people, both directly and through other forms of humanitarian health activities," Effendi stated.

Effendi noted that his office was also helping the government in mitigating the impacts of COVID-19, including through ensuring the availability of convalescent plasma required by patients during the pandemic.

In addition, the PMI will assist in other humanitarian health activities, in the hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic will end soon in Indonesia.


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"The PMI is ready in ensuring the provision of convalescent plasma, in helping schools conduct limited face-to-face learning, in campaigning 5M (wearing masks, washing hands, maintaining social distance, reducing mobility, avoiding crowds), as well as in providing masks and so on," he affirmed.

Earlier, Director of KSEI Syafruddin encouraged investors to conduct transactions in the capital market on September 17, 2021.

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Syafruddin, concurrently the Committee Chairman of the 44th Anniversary of the Indonesian Capital Market, stated that every revenue that the SRO receives during that date will be allocated as a social fund for handling the COVID-19 pandemic.

The SRO managed to collect an estimated Rp5-8 billion on September 17, 2021.

The collected fund was distributed to the blood donation and convalescent plasma donation event through PMI in order to support the national requirement for blood.


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