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What is LKPM report and why is it important.

Updated: Apr 17

In Indonesia, LKPM stands for "Laporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal" or Investment Activity Report. It is a mandatory report that companies engaged in foreign direct investment (FDI) are required to submit to the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM).


The LKPM report serves as a means for companies to provide information regarding their investment activities, including details about their capital investment, business operations, employment, and other relevant data. The report helps the government monitor and evaluate the impact of foreign investments on the Indonesian economy and make informed policy decisions.


The LKPM report is important for several reasons:

  1. Compliance: Submitting the LKPM report is a legal requirement for companies operating under the foreign investment framework in Indonesia. Failing to comply with this reporting obligation may result in penalties or sanctions.

  2. Transparency: The LKPM report promotes transparency by providing the government with comprehensive information about foreign investments in Indonesia. It allows the government to monitor the inflow and utilization of foreign capital and track the economic impact of foreign investments on various sectors.

  3. Policy Development: The data collected through the LKPM report helps the government formulate policies and regulations to attract and support foreign investments. It provides insights into investment trends, sectoral performance, and employment generation, aiding in the development of investment-friendly policies and strategies.

  4. Investment Promotion: The LKPM report contributes to investment promotion efforts by showcasing the attractiveness of Indonesia as an investment destination. The data collected can be utilized to highlight the success and potential of specific sectors and encourage further investment in the country.

  5. Economic Planning: The LKPM report plays a role in the government's economic planning processes. It provides information that can be used for economic analysis, forecasting, and identifying areas for improvement or investment facilitation.

Failing to report the LKPM (Laporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal) report in Indonesia can have legal and administrative consequences for the company. Here are some potential repercussions:

  1. Penalties and Fines: Non-compliance with the reporting requirement may result in penalties or fines imposed by the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) or other relevant government authorities. The specific amount of the penalties can vary depending on the severity of the violation and the discretion of the authorities.

  2. Suspension of Business Activities: In more serious cases of non-compliance, the authorities may suspend the company's business activities until the LKPM report is submitted. This can disrupt the company's operations, leading to financial losses and a damaged reputation.

  3. Regulatory Scrutiny and Audits: Companies that fail to report the LKPM report may be subject to increased regulatory scrutiny and audits by the BKPM or other relevant government agencies. This can result in additional investigations, fines, or legal consequences if irregularities or violations are discovered during the audit process.

  4. Limited Access to Government Incentives or Support: Non-compliance with reporting obligations may result in companies being ineligible for certain government incentives, benefits, or support programs. This can include tax incentives, investment facilitation services, or access to specific sectors or projects.

  5. Negative Reputation and Investor Confidence: Failing to meet reporting requirements can negatively impact a company's reputation and investor confidence. It may raise concerns about the company's compliance with regulations and its transparency, potentially deterring potential investors or business partners.

It is important for companies to fulfill their reporting obligations, including submitting the LKPM report, to avoid these potential consequences. Contact Indofastpermit for free consultation.







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