-We first established our presence in Indonesia in 1918 through its predecessor company, The International Banking Corporation in Batavia and Surabaya. While those branches were closed in the late 1920s, more...
Citibank returned to Jakarta in 1968 and established a full range of banking activities.
Citibank retail banking in Indonesia operates 19 branch offices and 102 ATMs in six major Indonesian cities: Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, Semarang and Denpasar. less
-BII adalah salah satu bank terbesar di Indonesia dengan jaringan internasional yang memiliki 327 cabang termasuk lima cabang Syariah, serta�937 ATM dan 15 CDM (Cash Deposit more...
Machines) BII di seluruh Indonesia. less
-Established in 1971, PaninBank was listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange in 1982, the first Indonesian bank to Go Public. Since its inception the management strives to deliver more...
value to all stakeholders by striking a balance between prudence and progressive growth.
A strong capital base and prudent risk management has allowed us to navigate economic volatility and periods of uncertainty. PaninBank was one of the very few Indonesian banks not recapitalized by the Government after the Monetary Crisis of 1998.
To maintain our competitive position, we adopt a progressive approach to business. Staying close to a growing customer base and chosen market niches helps us understand their ever-changing needs so that timely solutions can be provided to serve them better. PaninBank’s motto “Always for you” emphasizes reliability and consistency. PaninBank’s strong capital structure and growth strategy continued to be reinforced as the Bank focuses toward expanding its commercial and consumer markets.
The business strategy is clearly showing positive results as the Bank gains momentum towards its goal of being a driving force in the Indonesian banking industry.
As of the end of September 2010, PaninBank’s assets amounting to Rp95.9 trillion, total deposits Rp69.3 trillion, credit outstanding Rp54.5 trillion and total networth Rp11.4 trillion, with market capitalization of Rp27.5 trillion PaninBank operates through its 450 branches and ranked as the seventh-largest national bank in term of total assets.
The current shareholders of the Bank are the founding shareholder, Panin Financial with 45%, Votraint (ANZ Banking Group of Australia) at 39% and the public with 16%. less