Banks Indonesia

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Bank Indonesia  
Bank Indonesia is fully autonomous in formulating and implementing each of its task and authority as stipulated in the Act. External parties are strictly prohibited from interfering with Bank Indonesia's implementation of its tasks, and Bank Indonesia has the duty to refuse or disregard any attempt of interference in any form by any party.

Standard Chartered Bank  
The establishment in Indonesia dates back to 1863. Through the years the Bank has grown to be the Top 5 international bank in Indonesia serving both Consumer and Wholesale Banking customers. The partnership with our customers involves combining deep local knowledge with global capability to offer a wide range of innovative products and services as well as award winning solutions. Several landmark of achievements include market leader in Treasury Products, Top-rated Securities Services, the pioneer and proud owner of the largest market share in Personal Loans, as well as driving the economy by investing in SME growth.

HSBC Indonesia  
As the pioneer of modern banking in most of Asian Countries, HSBC (formerly known as The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited) has had long history in Indonesia. During 124 years of its service, HSBC has been providing various kinds of banking service and products to the Indonesian customers, whishing to develop trade and investment opportunities.

Citibank Indonesia  
Citi Peka is unique because it only offers funding support to local NGOs, but it also includes a strong employee volunteer program component. Indeed, the success of Citi Peka relies a lot on the enthusiastic support of employee volunteers. More than 500 Citi Indonesia employees are active volunteers in Citi Peka programs.

Bank Negara Indonesia  
Vision Statement We aim to become a bank that all Indonesians can be proud of, providing well conceived, well-executed and price-competitive banking services in selected corporate, commercial and consumer markets

Bank Mandiri  
Our Mission : To be market oriented To enhance professionalism To maximize returns to stakeholders To have an open management approach To demonstrate concern for the community and the environment

Bank Internasional Indonesia  
Vision Indonesia’s best bank, providing world class standards of customer service & product innovation

Bank BTN  
Bank BTN's Vision To be recognized as a credible and notable bank in housing finance and majoring in client satisfaction

Bank Internasional Indonesia  
one of the largest banks in Indonesia. With more than two million customers, more than 250 branch offices, its own network of 600 ATMs.


Bank Niaga  
Established on 26 September 1955, Bank Niaga is currently the seventh largest bank in Indonesia in terms of assets. Bank Niaga has the second-largest position in mortgage lending, currently commanding around 10% market share. The majority of the Bank's equity had been held by Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Berhad (BCHB) since 25 November 2002 and on 16 August 2007 was transferred to CIMB Group Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of BCHB. As the first local bank to introduce ATM services in 1987 and also on-line banking system in 1991, Bank Niaga is well regarded as one of the most innovative banks in Indonesia.

Lippo Bank  
Lippo Bank is one of the leading bank in indonesia.

PT Bank Ekspor Indonesia  
Mission To support Indonesia’s international trade and to increase the competitiveness of national exporters in the global markets through

SG Private Banking Asia Pacific  
Société Générale Group was established in 1864 by royal decree, and has since grown to be among the world’s leading banks, by systematically combining organic growth and strategic acquisitions.