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SAHAM TAK WAJAR: Kenaikan UMA hanya mekanisme pasar

Oleh Muhammad Kholikul Alim

Senin, 06 Februari 2012 | 18:42 WIB

bisnis indonesia
… menurut gw, UMA itu wujud insider trading ala indon …

JAKARTA: Maraknya transaksi pasar yang tidak wajar (Unusual Market Activity/UMA) beberapa pekan belakangan ditanggapi dingin oleh bursa. Menurut Direktur Pengawasan Transaksi Bursa Efek Indonesia Uriep Budhi Prasetyo, kenaikan jumlah transaksi UMA disebabkan dinamika pasar.

“Saya rasa ini salah satu dinamika market aja. Selain first liner saham second liner bergerak,” ujarnya di Jakarta, hari ini 6 Febuari 2012.

Sejak awal Januari hingga awal Febuari 2012, tercatat 11 emiten memiliki pergerakan saham yang tidak wajar dan dimasukkan kotak UMA oleh bursa. Empat diantaranya bahkan dikategorikan sebagai transaksi tidak wajar hanya dalam waktu tiga hari, yakni LCGP, PGLI, YULE, FMII.

Saham-saham dengan transaksi tidak wajar memang merupakan saham kelas dua. Merujuk data Bursa Efek Indonesia, di awal tahun transaksi tidak wajar lebih sering terjadi dibandingkan pertengahan atau akhir tahun.

Awal 2011, tercatat saham 10 emiten ditransaksikan dengan tidak wajar. Angka tersebut jauh diatas rerata UMA tahun lalu sebesar 7,2 kasus per bulannya.

Uriep menambahkan, pihak bursa masih sebatas melakukan pemantauan terhadap transaksi saham-saham tersebut. Meski begitu, beberapa emiten sudah dikirimi surat oleh bursa untuk dimintai penjelasan terkait transaksi saham mereka yang tidak wajar.

“Umumnya, kita hanya melihat mekanisme marketnya saja. Kalau ada UMA, kita perlu warn,” jelasnya.

Menurutnya, hingga kini belum ada indikasi penyelewengan yang dilakukan oleh emiten-emiten dengan transaksi saham yang tidak wajar. Bursa juga belum melihat adanya penyelewengan yang dilakukan oleh anggota bursa dan perusahaan efek yang mentransaksikan saham-saham tersebut.

Tahun lalu, kasus transaksi yang tidak wajar (unusual market activity) mencapai 72 kasus. Jumlah tersebut turun 28% dibandingkan jumlah kasus UMA di tahun sebelumnya yang mencapai 100 kasus.

Menurut Uriep, penurunan tersebut dikarenakan BEI mengurangi campur tangannya dalam transaksi di pasar modal. “Kami tidak banyak intervensi lagi, sebatas watching the market saja,” katanya.

AS pantau RI
Dalam perkembangan lainnya, beberapa pengusaha asal negeri paman sam hari ini melakukan kunjungan ke bursa efek Indonesia. Menurut Direktur Utama BEI Ito Warsito, para pengusaha AS mengaku tertarik dengan Indonesia.

“Bussinessman perusahaan-perusahaan Amerika ingin tahu tentang negara-negara Asean, jadi mereka berkunjung kesini,” ujarnya selepas menerima kunjungan US-ASEAN Bussiness Council Delegation di gedung BEI hari ini, 6 Febuari 2012.

Beberapa perusahaan yang mengirim perwakilannya, menurut Ito, a.l Citibank, perusahaan asuransi internasional ACE Group, Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts, General Atlantics, serta beberapa perusahaan finance equity. Ketika ditanya apakah perusahaan-perusahaan tersebut berencana berinvestasi di pasar modal Indonesia, Ito mengaku belum ada pembicaraan lebih lanjut.

Berdasarkan situs resminya, US-ASEAN Business Council merupakan organisasi yang beranggotakan beberapa perusahaan besar asal Amerika. Di sektor finansial, salah satu agenda yang mereka usung adalah integrasi ekonomi Asean.

Disinggung mengenai rencana wacana integrasi pasar modal Asean, Ito menyangkal jika kunjungan US-ASEAN Bussiness Council terkait hal tersebut. (Bsi)

WASHINGTON, Feb 2, 2012 (AFP)
Amid deep election-year anger at politicians and Wall Street, the US Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill aimed at explicitly banning insider trading by lawmakers.

The measure sailed through the usually polarized chamber by a lopsided 96-3 margin, despite criticisms that existing securities fraud legislation already applied to congress and a mild feud over applying it to the executive branch.

The bill, which had President Barack Obama’s strong support, bars lawmakers, who often get private briefings from top corporate executives, as well as families and staff to enrich themselves by trading on non-public information.

The measure, which Republican leaders said would get a House vote next week, would also require lawmakers and their aides to report transactions in stocks, bonds, or commodities and other investments within 30 days.

Obama, in a statement released shortly after the vote, said he was “pleased” and stressed that “no one should be able to trade stocks based on nonpublic information gleaned on Capitol Hill,” but called for other measures.

“There is much more work to be done, like prohibiting elected officials from owning stocks in industries they impact, and prohibiting people who bundle campaign contributions for Congress from lobbying Congress,” he said.

Obama had pushed lawmakers in his State of the Union speech last week to “send me a bill that bans insider trading by members of Congress; I will sign it tomorrow,” tying it to “the corrosive influence of money in politics.”

The measure came amid deep US public anger at the sour economy and the US Congress, which recent polls have found sits at an abysmal nine percent job approval rating, ahead of the November 6 elections.

The legislation must still clear the House of Representatives, followed by a House-Senate “conference” to agree on a compromise bill that would need to be adopted again before it can go to Obama for his signature.

Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said he would bring the measure to a vote next week and “ensure that public servants, whether in the legislative or executive branch, do not personally profit from insider information.

“It is critical that the bill we send to the President guarantees that the same rules apply to those in the federal government as they do to everyone else,” he said.

The conference will also have to rule on how many employees in the executive branch, which generally has tighter rules regarding disclosure of financial interests, will be covered by the bill.

Senators adopted a range of amendments to the legislation, including one by Republican Senator John McCain and Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller forbidding lavish bonuses at government-controlled mortgage finance giant Freddie Mac and sister institution Fannie Mae.

That move came after media reports that the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which has overseen both Freddie and Fannie since 2008 to prevent their collapse amid the global financial crisis, approved $12.8 million in bonuses to top executives at both institutions.

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