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BNI assets continue to rise

Sabtu 26 Jul 2014 10:00 WIB

Rep: Mutia Ramadhani/Antara/ Red: Julkifli Marbun



Foto: Republika/Aditya Pradana Putra

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- State owned Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) recorded an increase in total assets of 407.82 trillion IDR in the first half of the year, compared to 343.79 trillion IDR in 2013. BNI's president director, Gatot M Suwondo said that the increase was supported by deposits growth by 19.1 percent, from 263.82 trillion IDR in 2013 to 314.19 trillion in 2014.

"BNI assets grew 18.6 percent," Suwondo said in Jakarta recently.

According to him, BNI continues to maintain deposits' quality with focus on third party fund (DPK). Some of efforts, including increasing e-banking transactions have been developed. Company also strengthened its cooperation with third parties.

BNI was a pioneer in various treasury transactions by strengthening the Treasury Regional Area (TRA). BNI also became the first bank that operated Mobile Point-of-Sales (m-POS) in cooperation with Telkomsel. The facilities are more flexible than EDC.

"This movement is expected to encourage an increase in frequency of financial transaction through BNI," Suwondo added.

BNI's trade finance in the first semester was recorded at 8 billion USD for export transaction and 7.5 billion USD for import transaction. Company's total outlets have reached 1,722 outlets in 33 provinces and 384 districts and cities in Indonesia in July 2014. BNI also has a total of 11,221 ATMs.

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