Jakarta exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Banks—Regional. Location Indonesia, Jakarta.

PT Bank Central Asia Tbk [BBCA.JKIndonesia

8,475USD25 (+0.29%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

69,363,802,054 USD
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About PT Bank Central Asia Tbk

PT Bank Central Asia Tbk, together with its subsidiaries, provides banking products and services to individual, corporate, and small and medium enterprise customers in Indonesia and internationally. It offers savings accounts; motorcycle financing, as well as car, housing, working capital, and investment loans; mutual funds and bonds; electronic money services; credit cards; business collection services; and home and eBanking, remittance, and customer services. The company also provides investment financing, working capital financing, auto and multipurpose financing, operating lease, other financing activities, money lending and remittance, securities brokerage dealing and securities issuance underwriting, general or loss insurance, life insurance, Sharia banking, and venture capital services. As of December 2021, it operated 1,334 offices comprising 137 main branch offices; 1,105 permanent sub-branch offices; 70 mobile sub-branch offices; and 22 functional offices, as well as total 18,034 automated teller machines (ATMs) consisting of cash recycling machines and multi-functional ATMs. PT Bank Central Asia Tbk was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia. PT Bank Central Asia Tbk is a subsidiary of PT Dwimuria Investama Andalan.

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