PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk

About PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk

PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk engages in the investment, working capital, multipurpose, and sharia financing activities. The company operates through Cars, Motorcycles, and Others segments. It provides new and used car financing products through dealers and sales representatives; used motorcycles financing products; and new and used heavy equipment, machinery, truck and public transportation, and other equipment financing services for mining, trading, construction, services, agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure, and other sectors. The company also offers property backed financing, which includes house and shophouse financing products; working capital and funding facility; project and infrastructure financing products; IT-based borrowing and lending services; and factoring services. As of December 31, 2021, it operated 217 branches comprising 45 Sharia representative branches and 57 kiosks in Indonesia. The company was formerly known as PT Bunas Finance Indonesia Tbk and changed its name to PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk in June 2001. PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia.

BFI Finance adalah perusahaan pembiayaan pertama dan terbaik di Indonesia yang melayani pembiayaan dengan jaminan kendaraan dan sertifikat rumah.

BFIN.JK Indonesia

1,115USD5 (+0.45%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Jakarta exchange

Sector: Financial Services

Industry: Credit Services

Location Indonesia, Tangerang Selatan

Grade: ACA

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