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Bank Mandiri is the largest bank in Indonesiamarker in term of assets, loans and deposits. Total assets as of Q3 2006 were IDR 253.7 trillion (or USD 25.7 billion). It also has Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of 23% (including market risk), Return on Asset (RoA) of 0.71 %, and Return on Equity (RoE) of 7.38 %.

In May 2005, the bank announced that as a result of new, tighter accounting regulations, its reported nonperforming loans would increase. The resulting increase was a very large one, from 7% non-performance to 25%.

By December 2006, the bank had 924 branches spread across three different time zones in the Indonesian archipelago and six branches abroad, about 2500 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), and three principal subsidiaries: Bank Syariah Mandiri, Mandiri Sekuritas, and AXA Mandiri.

History

The Indonesian government created it in 1999 to amalgamate four older government-owned banks that had failed in 1998. Those banks were Bank Bumi Daya (BBD), Bank Dagang Negara (BDN), Bank Expor Impor (Exim), and Bank Pembangunan Indonesia (Bapindo). During the amalgamation and reorganization, the government reduced the number of branches by 194 and the number of personnel from 26,600 to 17,620.

  • 1951: Bank Industri Negara (BIN) was established to finance priority sectors, such as plantations, industry and mining.
  • 1959: The Indonesia government nationalized Nationale Handelsbank’s operations in Indonesia and from them created Bank Umum Negara.
  • 1960: The Indonesia government nationalized the Indonesian operations of two more Dutch banks. It used Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij’s operations to create Bank Ekspor Impor Indonesia. Escomptobank became Bank Dagang Negara. The government also established the state-owned Bank Pembangunan Indonesia (Bapindo) and merged BIN into it. Bapindo specialized in medium and long-term financing of manufacturing, tourism and transportation.
  • 1964: The Indonesia government nationalized Chartered Bank’s operations in Indonesia and merged them into Bank Umum Negara. Chartered Bank, a British overseas bank, had first entered Indonesia in 1863 when it opened an agency in Batavia.
  • 1965: The Indonesia government brought Bank Umum Negara into the Bank Negara Indonesia group, renaming it Bank Negara Indonesia Unit IV (BNI IV). Similarly, Bank Ekspor Impor Indonesia became Bank Negara Indonesia Unit II (BNI II).
  • 1968: The Indonesian government again reorganized some banks. BNI IV became an independent bank with the name Bank Bumi Daya. The government split BNI II into two parts, with the BNI Unit II Export-Import Division becoming BankExim, which specialized in trade finance.
  • 1986: Bapindo expanded into general commercial banking.
  • 1999: The government merged Bank Bumi Daya, Bank Dagang Negara, BankExim, and Bapindo to create Bank Mandiri.
  • 2004: The bank opened a branch in Dilimarker (East Timormarker), and a representative office in Shanghai (Chinamarker).


Board of Directors

  • President Director : Agus Martowardojo
  • Vice President Director : Wayan Agus Mertayasa
  • Director : Omar S. Anwar
  • Director : Zulkifli Zaini
  • Director : Abdul Rachman
  • Director : Sasmita
  • Director : Sentot A. Sentausa
  • Director : Bambang Setiawan
  • Director : Riswinandi
  • Director : Thomas Arifin
  • Director : Budi Gunadi Sadikin


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