Stakeholders & Partners
Indonesia Sharia Economic Festival (ISEF)
Stakeholders & Partner
Islamic Financial Services Board
IFSB is an international institution which is responsible in improving the endurance and stability of sharia finance services by arranging and formulating the ever-binding standard for the international institutions of sharia finance.
Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries (SESRIC)
SESRIC is the center of statistic research on economy and social issues, as well as the center of trainings under the guidance of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) which regularly publishes a journal of “Economic Cooperation and Development Review”
Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)
Islamic Development Bank is a finance institution for multilateral development which is engaged in Islamic monetary. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is the headquarters of this institution. It has 57 shareholders with Saudi Arabia serving as the sole major shareholder.
The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutiions (
AAOIFI or Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institution is a non-profit organization headquartered in Bahrain which is established for the sake of the maintenance and the promotion of Sharia standards for Islamic finance institutions, the participants and industries in general.
Institusi & Stakeholders Nasional
Sharia Economic and Finance National Committee (KNEKS)
KNEKS is one of government’s initiations in supporting the acceleration of Indonesian sharia economy/finance development. This institution was established in 2016 with a hope that they could serve as the coordinator of the entire stakeholders, so they could also be the catalyst for Indonesian sharia economy/finance development.
Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemenkeu RI)
Kemenkeu RI is responsible to help the President in governing finance sector. The other responsibilities of Kemenkeu RI include arranging, determining and implementing policies, giving recommendation to the President about financial affairs, coordinating the roles of the directorates and managing government’s assets under the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance.
Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs is responsible in performing coordination, synchronization and management of the Ministry of Finance in the governance of the economic sector. In the duty, the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs coordinates, synchronizes, formulates, determines and implements the policies from the Ministry.
The Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs
Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, or Kemenko PMK RI in short, is a ministry of the Republic of Indonesia which is engaged in the sector of coordination, synchronization. and management of the Ministry in governing the human development and cultural affairs.
Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment
Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry of the government of Indonesia which is engaged in the sector of coordination, synchronization and management of the Ministry in governing the maritime and investment affairs.
Ministry of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of Religious Affairs is a ministry of the government of Indonesia which is engaged in the sector of religion and is responsible in governing religious affairs of the government.
Ministry of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of Industry is a ministry of the government of Indonesia which is responsible in governing the industrial affairs of the government by formulating, deciding and implementing policies in the sector of industry.
Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry Of Trade (Indonesian: Kementerian Perdagangan) is a ministry of the Government of Indonesia that directs the formulation of policies related to the development of trade in Indonesia.
Ministry of National Development Planning Republic of Indonesia / National Development Planning Agency
The Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia/National Development Planning Agency is a ministry which takes responsibility in governing the affairs of national development planning to the President with the implementation of state governance.
Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia
Kementerian BUMN takes the responsibility in implementing governance in the sector of State-Owned Enterprises to help the President with the implementation of state governance. They also provide coaching for the state-owned enterprises, including coaching for the entities under BUMN authority (directly or indirectly) according to the provisions.
Ministry of Cooperatives & SMEs of the Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry of Indonesian government which is engaged in the cooperative and SME affairs.
Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry of the government of Indonesia which is engaged in tourism affairs. It takes responsibility in formulating and determining policies in the sector of destination and tourism industry development, the marketing of international tourism and the development of national tourism marketing.
The Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan/ OJK)
Financial Services Authority is responsible for monitoring Indonesian financial service industries. The aim of OJK is to govern financial services and to make sure that the services are implemented in a transparent, fair, accountable, and stable way, so as to protect the interest of financial service customers and public in general.
Indonesian Deposit Insurance Corporation (LPS)
Indonesian Deposit Insurance Corporation (LPS) is an independent agency which assures the deposit of Indonesian banking customers. This agency is formed based on the Indonesian Law No. 24 of 2004 on Deposit Insurance Corporation stipulated on September 22, 2004.
Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI)
Indonesian Ulema Council is an independent agency which facilitates the ulema, zuama and Muslim intellectuals to guide, build and nurture Indonesian Muslim community.
Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)
KADIN Indonesia is an organization of Indonesian entrepreneurs who are engaged in economic sector. This organization was founded on September 24, 1968 and subjected to Law No. 1 of 1987 on Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemenlu RI)
Kemenlu RI is responsible in governing international affairs. The aim of Kemenlu RI, particularly in economic sector, is to improve the value of economic benefits, finance and optimal development through foreign affairs. Kemenlu builds cooperation for economic development and promotions of Indonesian products in foreign countries by holding business forums and trade fair.
Hajj Fund Management Agency (BPKH)
BPKH is an institution which is established specifically to manage the funds and assets related to hajj performance. Hajj fund collected from the pilgrims is administered based on the main principles of carefulness, accountability and transparency which are in line with sharia values. The aim of BPKH establishment is to improve the quality and efficiency of hajj fund administration that will eventually result in the improvement of benefits for Muslim community in general.
Halal Product Assurance Organizing Agency (BPJPH)
BPJPH is formed by the government as an agency which takes responsibilities as the executor of the governmental regulations about the implementation of halal product assurance in Indonesia. Established in 2017, BPJPH serves as an official agency for halal certification activity in Indonesia.
Indonesian Association of Islamic Economist (IAEI)
Indonesian Association of Islamic Economist (IAEI) is an organization for the academics and practitioners to conduct studies, development, education and socialization of Islamic economy.
Islamic Economic Society (MES)
Islamic Economic Society (MES) is a non-profit organization with an aim of developing and accelerating the implementation of sharia economic system and sharia finance in Indonesia. MES is an inclusive medium in accumulating the existing resources and building synergy between stakeholders.
Indonesian Halal Lifestyle Center (IHLC)
IHLC is a non-profit organization with an aim of developing the industries which support halal lifestyle in Indonesia. IHLC is focused on 6 (six) major halal industries which have been considered as the superior industries such as food and beverages, fashions, tourism, entertainment, medication, pharmacy and cosmetic industry.
Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC)
Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC) is formed so as to facilitate designers and fashion entrepreneurs so the foundation of fashion industry will be strengthened and advanced nationally and internationally. IFC is also considered as the partner of the government in manifesting Indonesia as the center (inspiration) of fashion in the world.
Indonesian Islamic Youth Economic Forum (ISYEF)
Indonesia Islamic Youth Economic Forum or ISYEF, which was initiated by Muslim youth, is consisting of programs that will make Indonesian mosques the one stop community center, develop people’s economy and generate mosque millenial as the youth entrepreneurs.
Hijrahfest is the activity of Muslim community which facilitates Indonesian Muslim community to gather and find the way of reaching God’s blessing. Hijahfest invites Muslim figures and communities to share knowledge and stories which might strengthen Ukhuwah Islamiyah in this motherland.