Stakeholders & Partners
Indonesia Sharia Economic Festival (ISEF)
Stakeholders & Partner
Islamic Financial Services Board
IFSB is an international body that issues global prudential standards and guiding principles to strengthen the Islamic financial services industry.
Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries (SESRIC)
SESRIC is a center for economic and social statistics research and training under the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) which routinely publishes the Journal of “Economic Cooperation and Development Review”
Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)
Islamic Development Bank is a multilateral development financial institution that focuses on Islamic finance, located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. There are 57 member-state shareholders with the largest single shareholder being Saudi Arabia.
Al-Azhar University, is one of the main centers of Arabic literary education and Sunni Islamic studies in the world and is the second oldest degree-giving university in the world. The university is linked to the Al-Azhar mosque in the Ancient Cairo region.
The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutiions (
AAOIFI or the Accounting and Audit Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions is a non-profit organization based in Bahrain that was established to maintain and promote Shariah standards for Islamic financial institutions, participants, and the industry as a whole.
Institusi & Stakeholders Nasional
Komite Nasional Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah (KNEKS)
KNEKS is one of the government initiatives in an effort to support the acceleration of Islamic economic and financial development in Indonesia. Formed in 2016, KNEKS is expected to play a role as a coordinator for all stakeholders so that it becomes a catalyst for the development of the Islamic economy and finance in Indonesia.
The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia
The Indonesian Ministry of Finance Republic is tasked with managing state finances which includes formulating, stipulating and implementing policies, providing recommendations, coordinating tasks implementation and managing State properties/ assets which the Ministry are responsible for.
The Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
The Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs has the task of coordinating, synchronizing, and controlling the affairs of the Ministry in the administration of the economy. In carrying out its duties, the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs carries out functions: coordination and synchronization of the formulation, determination and implementation of Ministry policies.
The Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture
The Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, abbreviated as Kemenko PMK RI, is a ministry within the Government of Indonesia that is in charge of coordination, synchronization, and control of the affairs of the Ministry in the administration of governance in the field of human and cultural development.
Coordinating Ministry for Maritime and Investment Affairs
The Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry in the Government of Indonesia which is in charge of coordinating, synchronizing, and controlling the affairs of the ministry in the administration of maritime affairs and investment.
Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of Religion is a ministry within the Government of Indonesia that is in charge of religious affairs, having the task of organizing affairs in the religious field in government.
Ministry of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of Industry is a ministry within the Indonesian government that has the task of carrying out affairs in the field of industry in the government by carrying out the functions of the formulation, determination and implementation of policies in the industrial field.
Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of Industry has the task of organizing industrial affairs in the government to assist the President in organizing state government. Carry out functions: formulation, determination, and implementation of policies in the field of industry.
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 that has the task of holding government affairs in the field of national development planning to assist the President in organizing state government.
Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of BUMN has the task of organizing government affairs in the field of State-Owned Enterprises to assist the President in organizing state government. The development of the state-owned enterprise includes the development of entities controlled by SOEs directly or indirectly in accordance with the provisions.
Ministry of Cooperatives & SMEs of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry within the Government of Indonesia in charge of cooperative and small and medium business affairs.
Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia
The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia is a ministry in the Government of Indonesia in charge of tourism affairs. Carrying out its functions and carrying out functions: formulation and determination of policies in the field of destination development and the tourism industry, foreign tourism marketing and the development of the tourism marketing of the archipelago.
The Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan/ OJK)
OJK is Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority that works to ensure that financial services activities are implemented and organized in a fair, transparent, accountable, sustainable and stable manner to protect the interests of investors, consumers and society in general.
Deposit Insurance Agency (Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan – LPS)
Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan (LPS) is an independent institution whose function is to guarantee the savings of banking customers in Indonesia. This body was formed based on Law of the Republic of Indonesia number 24 of 2004 concerning the Deposit Insurance Agency which was established on 22 September 2004.
The National Institution of Drug and Food Control and Inspection – The Indonesian Council of Ulama (LPPOM – MUI)
LPPOM – MUI is tasked with determining whether food products and its derivatives, medicines and cosmetics products are halal and healthy for consumption.
Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kamar Dagang dan Industri Indonesia – KADIN)
KADIN Indonesia is an Indonesian employers’ organization which is engaged in the economy and was founded on September 24, 1968 & regulated in Law No. 1 of 1987 concerning the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
The Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is tasked with managing multiple facets of foreign relations, economic sector, is to including how Indonesia can increasethe optimal value of its economic, financial and development benefits with other countries. The Ministry of Foreign Affair is engaged in various economic development cooperation, and helps to promote Indonesian products abroad through business forums and trade shows.
Hajj Fund Management Agency (Badan Pengelola Keuangan Haji/ BPKH)
BPKH is specifically tasked with managing funds and assets related to Hajjpilgrimage activities, in order to increase the quality and efficiency of hajj activities for the Muslim community in general. Hajj funds are managed with prudence, accountability and transparency — in line with Sharia values.
The Halal Products Certification Agency (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Produk Halal/ BPJPH)
BPJPH is a halal certification agency endorsed by the the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs. Established in 2017, it serves as an official apex organization responsible for the halal certification procedure of goods and services targeted to the Muslim community.
Indonesian Association of Islamic Economics Experts (Ikatan Ahli Ekonomi Islam Indonesia – IAEI)
Ikatan Ahli Ekonomi Islam Indonesia (IAEI) adalah organisasi para akademisi dan praktisi untuk melakukan pengkajian, pengembangan, pendidikan dan sosialisaasi Ekonomi Islam.
Masyarakat Ekonomi Syariah (Masyarakat Ekonomi Syariah – MES)
Sharia Economic Community (MES) is a non-profit organization that aims to develop and accelerate the application of Islamic economic and financial systems in Indonesia. MES is an inclusive forum for gathering all available resources and building synergies between stakeholders.
Indonesia Halal Lifestyle Center (IHLC)
Indonesia Halal Lifestyle Center is a non-profit organization aimed at boosting Indonesia’s Halal Industry. IHLC focuses on six leading sectors: halal food and beverages, modest wear fashion and clothing, halal tourism, halal entertainment, halal medicine and pharmaceuticals, and halal cosmetics.
Indonesia Fashion Chamber (IFC)
The Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC) was formed with the aim of facilitating designers and entrepreneurs in the field of related fashion, to strengthen the foundation for the advancement of the fashion industry nationally and on the international map. IFC has also become a government partner to realize Indonesia as the center (inspiration) of world fashion.
Indonesia Islamic Youth Economic Forum (ISYEF)
The Indonesian Islamic Youth Economic Forum, or Isyef, which was pioneered by young Muslims, has a program to make mosques a one stop community center, build the economy of the people, and give birth to youth mosques as the youth entrepreneur.
Hijrahfest is a Muslim community event which is a place for Indonesian Muslims to gather together and look for ways to good. Hijrahfest brought various Muslim figures and communities to share knowledge, experiences and stories to further strengthen the Ukhuwah Islamiyah in the country.