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BNI Set to Penetrate ASEAN Market

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) president director Achmad Baiquni said that state-owned lender BNI would expand its business in other Southeast Asian countries, in addition to Myanmar.

“There are some countries [targeted by BNI], but we can’t reveal them yet, because it’s too early,” Baiquni told Tempo during a tree-planting event at kilometer 59 of the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road on Saturday, March 26, 2016.

Baiquni added that the expansion plan would be executed based on existing business potentials. Myanmar was selected since other state-owned companies were expanding their business in the country.

“We have to follow our customers,” Baiquini explained.

Baiquni admitted that BNI had looked into the business potential in Myanmar. He also expected that the expansion plan would be realized this year.

BNI and Bank Mandiri are preparing to expand their businesses in the ASEAN market prior to Financial Services Authority’s agreement signings with Central Bank of Myanmar and Bank Negara Malaysia.

DIKO OKTARA

 



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