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Corporate Profile: PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk.



Name of the Company: Pt. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. 
Rm.1115, 11/F., Lippo Centre, Tower II, 89 Queensway, Hong Kong.

Tel: +852 2527 0905
Fax: +852 2861 3071

Representative: Mr. Miswan Nawawi
Chief Representative

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Other Contact: Mr. Benny Chow
Title: Adm. Manager
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Website: http://www.bri.co.id


Company Activities and Background:


PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. is  founded on 16 December 1895, BRI Head Office is at present located at BRI I Building, Jl Jendral Sudirman Kav 44- 46, Jakarta, Indonesia.

 BRI grows well in terms of assets, loan third party funds and net profit. As of 31 Dec 2009 BRII had more than 32 million accounts, comprising MMSMEs, large companies, private and government institution. BRI has committed to maintain its best performance, reflecting on its achievements and leading products focus on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

The growth of BRI’s loans and third party fund in 2009 reached 27.62 % and 26.12% respectively. By the end of 2009, BRI had more than 6,300 outlets comprising of regional office, branches, sub-branches, cash outlets, BRI Micro outlets and Teras (booth) BRI.  In addition to the company’s broad network, BRI also serves BRI Priority Banking to selected costumer in designated branches.  A  means to build closer relationship with the customer by December 2009 BRI had 3,778 ATMs, 60 Kiosks, 20 Cash Deposit Machines (CDM), 6,398 Electronic Data Capture (EDC) that are integrated to more than 25,000 networks such as ATM link, ATM Bersama, and ATM Prima. In addition to ATM networks, BRI‘s e-banking is equipped with 24-hour phone banking, SMS Banking and Internet Banking.

By the end of 2009, Indonesian Government possessed 56.77% share with the remaining shares held by public investors. BRI’s market capitalization reached Rp. 94.37 trillion or around 4.82% of the total market capitalization in Indonesia Stock Exchange.