List of banks in Indonesia

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This is a list of major banks in Indonesia. There are 120 commercial banks in Indonesia (4 state owned banks and 117 private banks). Two of the state owned banks have Islamic banking units. Of the 26 government regional banks, 15 have Islamic banking units, while of 86 private national banks, 7 have Islamic banking unit, and there are five Islamic commercial banks.[1]

Top 10 banks ranked by total assets[edit]

As of 2018:[2]

  1. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) - Rp 1.125 trillion
  2. Bank Mandiri - Rp 1.017 trillion
  3. Bank Central Asia (BCA) - Rp 783 trillion
  4. Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) - Rp 712 trillion
  5. Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) - Rp 272 trillion
  6. Bank CIMB Niaga - Rp 259 trillion
  7. Bank BTPN - Rp 190 trillion
  8. Panin Bank - Rp 186 trillion
  9. Bank OCBC NISP - Rp 163 trillion
  10. Bank Maybank Indonesia - Rp 157 trillion

Central Bank[edit]

Conventional banks[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

State-owned[edit]

Name of bank Founded Majority owner Notes
Main state-owned banks
Bank Mandiri 2 October 1998 Government of Indonesia Foreign exchange bank
Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) 5 July 1946
Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) 16 December 1895
Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) 16 October 1897[3]
Subsidiaries of state-owned banks
Bank Mandiri Taspen 23 February 1970 Bank Mandiri Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Rakyat Indonesia Agroniaga 27 September 1989 Bank Rakyat Indonesia Foreign exchange bank

Regional-owned banks[edit]

Name of Bank Founded Majority Owner Notes
Bank BPD Bali 5 July 1962 Bali Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank BPD DIY 15 December 1961 Yogyakarta Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Banten 11 September 1992 PT Banten Global Development (Banten Government)
Bank Bengkulu 9 August 1969 Bengkulu Government
Bank BJB 20 May 1961 West Java Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank DKI 11 April 1961 Jakarta Government
Bank Jambi 12 February 1959 Jambi Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Jateng 13 March 1963 Central Java Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank Jatim 17 August 1961 East Java Government
Bank Kalbar 28 November 1963 West Kalimantan Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Kalsel 25 March 1964 South Kalimantan Government
Bank Kalteng 28 October 1961 Central Kalimantan Government
Bank Kaltimtara 14 October 1965 East Kalimantan and North Kalimantan Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank Lampung 1 August 1964 Lampung Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Maluku Malut 25 October 1961 Maluku and North Maluku Government
Bank Nagari 12 March 1962 West Sumatra Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank NTT 17 July 1962 East Nusa Tenggara Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Papua 13 April 1966 Papua and West Papua Government
Bank Riau Kepri 15 August 1961 Riau dan Riau Islands Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank Sulselbar 13 January 1961 South Sulawesi and West Sulawesi Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Sulteng 1 April 1969 Central Sulawesi Government
Bank Sultra 2 March 1968 Southeast Sulawesi Government
Bank SulutGo 17 March 1961 Gorontalo and North Sulawesi Government
Bank Sumsel Babel 6 November 1957 South Sumatera and Bangka-Belitung Government Foreign exchange bank
Bank Sumut 4 November 1961 North Sumatera Government

Private banks[edit]

Name of Bank Founded Majority Owner Notes
Foreign exchange banks
Bank ANZ Indonesia 5 September 1990[4] ANZ Bank Retail and consumer business has been merged with DBS (February 2018)
Bank Artha Graha Internasional 7 September 1973 Artha Graha Group
Bank BNP Paribas Indonesia 23 December 1989 BNP Paribas
Bank BTPN 5 February 1958[5] Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Bank Bukopin 10 July 1970 Bosowa 23,4%, KB Kookmin Bank 22%[6]
Bank Bumi Arta 3 March 1967 PT Surya Husada Investment
Bank Capital Indonesia 20 April 1989 Danny Nugroho
Bank Central Asia (BCA) 21 February 1957 Hartono Brothers
China Construction Bank Indonesia 2 April 1974 China Construction Bank
Bank CIMB Niaga 26 September 1955 CIMB Bank
Bank Commonwealth 20 August 1996[7] Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Bank CTBC Indonesia 14 August 1996 CTBC Bank
Bank Danamon 16 July 1956 MUFG Bank[8]
Bank DBS Indonesia 30 June 1989[7] DBS Bank
Bank Ganesha 15 May 1990[7] PT Equity Development Investment
Bank HSBC Indonesia 15 May 1989 HSBC
Bank IBK Indonesia 13 November 1973 Industrial Bank of Korea
Bank ICBC Indonesia 25 May 1974 ICBC
Bank Index Selindo 30 July 1992 PT Kazanah Indexindo
Bank J Trust Indonesia 1 May 1990 J Trust
Bank KEB Hana Indonesia 27 April 1971 KEB Hana Bank
Bank Maspion 6 November 1989 Maspion Group Based in Surabaya
Bank Mayapada 7 September 1989 Mayapada Group
Bank Maybank Indonesia 15 May 1959 Maybank
Bank Mayora 28 July 1993 Mayora Group
Bank Mega 14 August 1969 CT Corp
Bank Mestika Dharma 12 December 1956 PT Mestika Buana Mas[9] Based in Medan
Bank Mizuho Indonesia 23 February 1989[10] Mizuho Bank
Bank MNC Internasional 12 January 1990[11] MNC Group
Bank Multi Arta Sentosa 28 July 1992 Wings Group
Bank Nationalnobu 16 August 1990 Lippo Group
Bank OCBC NISP 4 April 1941 OCBC Bank
Bank of India Indonesia 28 September 1968 Bank of India
Panin Bank 17 August 1971 Panin Group
Bank Permata 17 December 1954[12] Astra International 44,56%, Standard Chartered 44,56%
Bank QNB Indonesia 28 April 1913[13] Qatar National Bank
Bank Rabobank International Indonesia 1 December 1990[14] Rabobank
Bank Resona Perdania 1 February 1958 Resona Bank
Bank SBI Indonesia 24 October 1970[13] State Bank of India
Bank Shinhan Indonesia 8 September 1967[7] Shinhan Bank
Bank Sinarmas 18 August 1989 Sinar Mas Group
Bank UOB Indonesia 31 August 1956 United Overseas Bank
Bank Victoria Internasional 5 October 1992 PT Victoria Internasional[15]
Bank Woori Saudara 18 April 1906[16] Woori Bank Based in Bandung
Non-foreign exchange banks
Amar Bank Indonesia 15 March 1991 Tolaram Group Inc
Bank Artos Indonesia 14 December 1992 Hardy family[17] Based in Bandung
Bank Bisnis Internasional 16 March 1957 PT Sun Land Investama
Bank Fama Internasional 5 March 1993 Junus Jen Suherman Based in Bandung
Bank Harda Internasional 21 October 1992 PT Hakim Putera Perkasa[18]
Bank Ina Perdana 9 February 1990 Salim Group[19]
Bank Jasa Jakarta 23 March 1971[14] PT Widya Raharja Dharma
Bank Kesejahteraan Ekonomi 4 October 1991 Induk Koperasi Pegawai Republik Indonesia
Bank Oke Indonesia 15 August 1990 APRO Financial Group
Prima Master Bank 1 November 1989 PT Hartamas Lestari, PT Multi Artacipta Serasi Based in Surabaya
Bank Royal Indonesia 25 October 1965 PT Royalindo Investa Wijaya
Bank Sahabat Sampoerna 27 September 1990[14] Sampoerna Strategic Group
Bank Yudha Bhakti 14 September 1989 PT Gozco Capital

Foreign banks[edit]

Name of Bank Incorporated in Indonesia
Bangkok Bank 21 June 1968
Bank of America 25 June 1968
Bank of China 13 January 2003
Citibank 14 June 1968
Deutsche Bank 18 March 1969
JPMorgan Chase 17 June 1968
MUFG Bank 24 August 1968
Standard Chartered 1 October 1968

Islamic Banks[edit]

Sharia bank[edit]

Government-owned sharia banks[edit]

Name of Bank Founded Majority Owner Notes
Owned by state-owned banks
Bank BNI Syariah 19 June 2010 Bank Negara Indonesia Foreign exchange bank
Bank BRIsyariah 3 April 1969 Bank Rakyat Indonesia
Bank Syariah Mandiri 15 June 1955 Bank Mandiri
Regional sharia banks
Bank Aceh Syariah 7 September 1957 Aceh Government Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank BJB Syariah 15 January 2010 Bank BJB
Bank NTB Syariah 5 July 1964 West Nusa Tenggara Government

Private sharia banks[edit]

Name of Bank Founded Majority Owner Notes
Bank BCA Syariah 21 May 1991 Bank Central Asia Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Maybank Syariah Indonesia 14 September 1994[20] Maybank Foreign exchange bank
Bank Mega Syariah 14 July 1990 CT Corp
Bank Muamalat Indonesia 1 November 1991 Islamic Development Bank
Bank Panin Dubai Syariah 8 January 1972[13] Panin Bank
Bank Syariah Bukopin 24 December 1971 Bank Bukopin Non-foreign exchange bank
Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Syariah 7 March 1991 Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional
Bank Victoria Syariah 15 April 1966 Bank Victoria Internasional

Islamic banking unit of conventional banks[edit]

Name Founded
State-owned banks
Bank BTN Syariah 14 February 2005
Regional-owned banks
Bank BPD DIY Syariah 19 February 2007
Bank DKI Syariah 8 March 2004
Bank Jambi Syariah December 2011[21]
Bank Jateng Syariah 26 April 2008
Bank Jatim Syariah 21 August 2007
Bank Kalbar Syariah 12 December 2005
Bank Kalsel Syariah 13 August 2004
Bank Kaltimtara Syariah 27 December 2006
Bank Nagari Syariah 28 September 2006
Bank Riau Kepri Syariah 1 October 2002
Bank Sulselbar Syariah 28 April 2007
Bank Sumsel Babel Syariah 2 January 2006
Bank Sumut Syariah 4 November 2004
Private banks
CIMB Niaga Syariah 27 September 2004[22]
Bank Danamon Syariah 14 May 2002[23]
Maybank Syariah 20 May 2003
OCBC NISP Syariah 12 October 2009[24]
Bank Permata Syariah 10 November 2004[25]
Bank Sinarmas Syariah 18 November 2009

Multilateral banks and financial institutions[edit]

Representative offices in Jakarta[edit]

Australia

Belgium

France

Germany

  • Landesbank Badenwurttemberg[29]
  • Dresdner Bank AG[29]
  • Commerzbank AG[29]

India

Japan

  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation[29]
  • The Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co. Ltd[29]

Netherlands

  • ING Bank NV[29]
  • NV De Indonesische Overzeese Bank[29]

Singapore

Switzerland

  • EFG Bank[29]
  • UBS AG Jakarta Representative Office[29]

Taiwan

  • The Exim Bank of Republic of China[29]

United States

  • Bank of New York[29]
  • Wachovia Bank N.A.[29]

Others[edit]

Defunct Banks[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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