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Indonesia Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (ICDX) provides facilities and infrastructure to its members to conduct prime commodity transactions and enforce laws and regulations to create a fair, transparent, cost effective, and well-organized market as a platform to form accountable and credible prices, and as a hedging tool. With abundant natural resources in Indonesia, ICDX is able to facilitate national interest as a global trading center for prime commodities such as Gold, Crude Oil, Foreign Exchange, Crude Palm Oil (CPO) and Tin. ICDX collaborates with PT Indonesia Clearing House (ICH) and PT ICDX Logistik Berikat (ILB). ICH has a role as the guarantor institution for all transactions including managing risk management, margin, and transaction settlement. Meanwhile, ILB plays a role in physical transactions to eliminate country risk and also integrated logistics management system as end-to-end services.




ICDX has a membership of 156 members, with 72% being foreign members and 28% being from Indonesia.

Trade Members

Trade members can be a company or an individual who resides in the country or abroad.

A company or individual who resides in Indonesia or abroad. A company member can constitute 100% Indonesian and foreign ownership, while individual member must be either Indonesian or foreign citizen who both has to have NPWP (Indonesian tax ID). A member who is a Clearing House member is only allowed to trade on behalf of his name and cannot ask and/or receive a mandate from other customers.

Broker Member

Broker members must reside in the country or abroad (with a 95% limitation ownership by foreigners).

Company members (must be PT) could be 100% Indonesia-owned or a maximum of 95% foreign-owned. Broker member that is a Clearing House member is allowed to accept fund from other customers and third party for trading purpose. A broker member can also clear and guarantee all transactions. If Broker Member is not from a Clearing House, all transactions must be cleared by a broker who is a member of a Clearing House.