Bank Internasional Indonesia

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PT Bank Internasional Indonesia, Tbk.
Type Public
Industry Financial services, Banking
Founded 15 May 1959[1]
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia
Area served Indonesia
Cayman Islands
Mauritius
Mumbai
Key people Tan Sri Dato’ Megat Zaharrudin bin Megat Mohd Nor (Presiden Komisaris)
Taswin Zakaria ( Presiden Direktur )
Ghazali bin Mohd Rasad (Direktur Operasional & TI)
Thilagavathy Nadason (Direktur Keuangan)
Dhien Tjahajani (Direktur Legal & Kepatuhan, merangkap Sekretaris Perusahaan)
Lani Darmawan (Direktur Perbankan Konsumer)
Jenny Wiriyanto (Direktur Perbankan UKM)
Ani Pangestu (Direktur Sumber Daya Manusia)
Products BII KPR Bebas Bunga
KPR Ekspres
KPR Floating Rate
Maxicash
Rumah Maxima
Services Tabungan
Giro
Deposito
Pinjaman
Investasi
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Revenue IDR 1.3 trillion (As of 30 September 2012)[2]
Net income IDR 922 billion (As of 30 September 2012)[2]
Employees ≥ 8,000
Parent Maybank
Subsidiaries WOM Finance
BII Finance Center
Website www.bii.co.id

Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII) is the eighth largest Indonesian bank by assets as of September 2010. It is 97.4% owned by Maybank of Malaysia. BII was established on May 15, 1959. After earning foreign exchange bank status in 1988, BII listed its shares on Jakarta Stock Exchange and Surabaya Stock Exchange in 1989 (now the Indonesia Stock Exchange or IDX). Since going public, BII has grown to become one of Indonesia’s leading local private banks. As of 30 September 2012, BII is 97.29% owned by Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank), Malaysia's largest financial group. BII is one of the top ten largest banks in Indonesia. As of 30 September 2012, BII’s network comprised 389 branches including sharia and overseas branches and 1,237 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) including 65 Cash Deposit Machines (CDMs) nationwide. BII’s ATM network is also connected to all networks in Indonesia namely ATM PRIMA, ATM BERSAMA, ALTO and CIRRUS, Malaysia’s MEPS network as well as 3,500 Maybank ATMs in Malaysia and Singapore. As of 30 September 2012, the Bank controls third party funds of Rp79.8 trillion and maintain assets worth of Rp105.6 trillion.]].[citation needed]

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